Ataques were initially studied in Puerto Rican, Dominican, and Cuban samples by Latino researchers and anthropologists. Research indicates that ataques typically occur immediately after, or within a day of, a significant stressor.
A culture-specific syndrome is characterized by: Some culture-specific syndromes involve somatic symptoms pain or disturbed function of a body partwhile others are purely behavioral. Some culture-bound syndromes appear with similar features in several cultures, but with locally specific traits, such as penis panics.
A culture-specific syndrome is not the same as a geographically localized disease with specific, identifiable, causal tissue abnormalities, such as kuru or sleeping sicknessor genetic conditions limited to certain populations.
It is possible that a condition originally assumed to be a culture-bound behavioral syndrome is found to have a biological cause; from a medical perspective it would then be redefined into another nosological category.
Medical perspectives[ edit ] The American Psychiatric Association states the following: Many of these patterns are indigenously considered to be "illnesses," or at least afflictions, and most have local names. Although presentations conforming to the major DSM-IV categories can be found throughout the world, the particular symptoms, course, and social response are very often influenced by local cultural factors.
In contrast, culture-bound syndromes are generally limited to specific societies or culture areas and are localized, folk, diagnostic categories that frame coherent meanings for certain repetitive, patterned, and troubling sets of experiences and observations.
The term culture-bound syndrome is controversial since it reflects the different opinions of anthropologists and psychiatrists.Moved Permanently.
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Some foreign films are listed with multiple titles, in English with the original language title in parenthesis. Any films currently with. OBJECTIVE: Ataque de nervios ("attack of nerves") is an illness category used frequently by Hispanic individuals to describe one or more particular symptom complexes.
A review of the literature on ataque suggested some overlap with panic disorder. This study investigated the overlap with panic disorder as well as other DSM-III-R axis I disorders.
The term ataque de nervios may also refer to an idiom of distress that includes any “fit”-like paroxysm of emotionality (e.g., hysterical laughing) and may be used to indicate an episode of loss of control in response to an intense stressor. 1 Jefe de la Unidad del Dolor Hospital Universitario Nuestra Señora de Candelaria Santa Cruz de Tenerife. Recibido: Aceptado: 1. OSTEOATROSIS (1). En la literatura anglosajona se conoce como osteoartritis, porque resaltan su componente de enfermedad con inflamación articular. ataque de nervios A term used among Caribbean Latinos for a culture-bound syndrome characterised by uncontrollable shouting, crying, trembling, aggressiveness, fainting episodes and suicidal gestures.
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ataque de nervios A term used among Caribbean Latinos for a culture-bound syndrome characterised by uncontrollable shouting, crying, trembling, aggressiveness, fainting episodes and suicidal gestures.
1 Jefe de la Unidad del Dolor Hospital Universitario Nuestra Señora de Candelaria Santa Cruz de Tenerife.
Recibido: Aceptado: 1. OSTEOATROSIS (1).
En la literatura anglosajona se conoce como osteoartritis, porque resaltan su componente de enfermedad con inflamación articular.