1.mental or emotional rather than physiological in origin"a psychogenic disorder"
2.of or relating to the psychological cause of a disorder
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Dystonia, Psychogenic • Hearing Loss, Psychogenic • Psychogenic Headache • Psychogenic Inversion of Circadian Rhythm • Psychogenic aphonia • Psychogenic backache • Psychogenic confusion • Psychogenic deafness • Psychogenic dysmenorrhoea • Psychogenic dyspareunia • Psychogenic dysphagia, including "globus hystericus" • Psychogenic dysphonia • Psychogenic encopresis • Psychogenic enuresis • Psychogenic forms of aerophagy • Psychogenic forms of cough • Psychogenic forms of diarrhoea • Psychogenic forms of dyspepsia • Psychogenic forms of dysuria • Psychogenic forms of flatulence • Psychogenic forms of hiccough • Psychogenic forms of hyperventilation • Psychogenic forms of increased frequency of micturition • Psychogenic forms of irritable bowel syndrome • Psychogenic forms of pylorospasm • Psychogenic headache • Psychogenic impotence • Psychogenic inversion of circadian rhythm • Psychogenic inversion of nyctohemeral rhythm • Psychogenic inversion of sleep rhythm • Psychogenic loss of appetite • Psychogenic overeating • Psychogenic paranoid psychosis • Psychogenic physiological dysfunction NOS • Psychogenic pruritus • Psychogenic syncope • Psychogenic torticollis • Psychogenic twilight state • Psychogenic vaginismus • Psychogenic vomiting • Torticollis, Psychogenic • dyspepsia psychogenic • loss of appetite psychogenic • pain (in) psychogenic • paranoid psychosis, psychogenic • psychogenic aerophagy • psychogenic anorgasmy • psychogenic cough • psychogenic deafness • psychogenic diarrhoea • psychogenic disorientation • psychogenic disturbances • psychogenic dorsalgia • psychogenic dyspareunia • psychogenic fugue • psychogenic hiccough • psychogenic hyperventilation • psychogenic impotence • psychogenic intestinal disorders • psychogenic pain • psychogenic polyuria • psychogenic pruritus • psychogenic vaginismus • psychogenic voice disturbance • pylorospasm psychogenic • soft tissue pain, psychogenic • syncope psychogenic • tic (psychogenic) • tic (psychogenic) organic • torticollis psychogenic • vomiting (of) psychogenic
Mass Psychogenic Illness • Murray's psychogenic needs • Psychogenic amnesia • Psychogenic disease • Psychogenic non-epileptic seizures • Psychogenic pain • Psychogenic pruritus • Psychogenic purpura • University of Psychogenic Fugue
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