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>Revistas >Revista CONAMED >Año 2006, No. 1


Tena-Tamayo C, Silva MJA, Raphael EEL, Manuell-Lee GR, Sánchez GJM, Hernández GLE, Campos CEM, Victoria OR, Cervantes PAP, Alcocer Díaz-Barreiro L, Martínez SC, Necoechea AJC, Cicero SR, Boleaga DB, Santillán DP, Arias MMA, Bernal SF
Recomendaciones Específicas para Mejorar la atención Médica en Pacientes con Dolor Toracico
Rev CONAMED 2006; 11 (1)

Idioma: Español
Referencias bibliográficas: 39
Paginas: 27-40
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FRAGMENTO

I. INTRODUCCIÓN Y ANTECEDENTES

A) Definición

El dolor torácico es un síntoma frecuente por el cual el paciente suele acudir a consulta, la forma de apreciación de las características del dolor va a depender de múltiples factores; entre ellos podemos citar el nivel sociocultural, el origen anatómico del dolor, la intensidad. Por ello la percepción del dolor es subjetiva y suele ser variable. Cuando el dolor es intenso, genera angustia en el paciente, dificultando aun más su diagnóstico correcto, pues un dolor intenso aunque no necesariamente sea así, suele relacionarse con un padecimiento grave.


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