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Directory of Open Access Journals Sweden. MedUNAB ; 15 3: The condition of nerves among women in the small Peruvian town of Puente Piedre is described.

Both nervios a symptom and Nervios a disorder describe a woman’s difficulty with nerves. In Puente Piedre, the identification of an anxiety condition anquilpglosia women depends only on the women’s age. Younger women with anxiety symptoms are diagnosed as nerviosa temporary condition ascribed to a single episode of high blood pressure.

Menopausal women with similar anquiiloglosia, on the other hand, are thought to have a specific disorder, Nervios. In Puente Piedre, Nervios clearly is a folk illness limited to women of menopausal age. Nervios and dysphoria in Mexican American widows. One hundred widows participating in experimental research entitled Efficacy of Support Groups for Mexican American Widows were studied to learn how they express the loss of their husbands.

Mourning practices, acknowledged symptoms of dysphoria, and somatic reactions were studied to learn if the syndrome of nervios subsumes their reaction to bereavement. In addition, their responses to instruments designed to measure depression, the Spanish version of the Beck Depression Inventory and the Center for Epidemiologic Studies Depression Scale, were examined for correlation with nervios and relationships to Mexican American acculturation.

Nervios seems to be a nioss of dysphoria rather than a specific syndrome for these women. Ataque de nervios and panic disorder.

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.

Ataque was frequently associated with one or more anxiety and affective disorders, including panic disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, recurrent major depression, and anxiety not otherwise specified.

Ataque de nervios was associated with panic symptoms even in subjects without panic disorder, but the self-reporting of ataque conveyed additional clinical information about the subjects with panic disorder.

Ataque de nervios was similar in frequency and symptoms among subjects of Dominican and Puerto Rican origin. Ataque de nervios overlaps with panic disorder but is a more inclusive construct.

Further study of its interrelation with axis I disorders is needed. Full Text Available Antecedentes. Malformaciones craneales en larvas y juveniles de peces cultivados.

Toward a Puerto Rican popular nosology: This paper is about naming illnesses–about who determines what categories are used and the implications of these determinations.

At the same time, the anquilogllosia also discusses the interplay of popular categories and psychiatric diagnoses. Our anquilogglosia is that nervios is more than a diffuse idiom of distress, and that there are different categories and experiences of nervios which provide insights into how distress is experienced and expressed by Puerto Ricans and point to different social sources of suffering. The data in this paper come from the responses to a series of open-ended questions which tapped into people’s general conceptions of nervios and ataques de nervios.

These questions were incorporated into follow-up interviews to an epidemiological study of the mental health of adults in Puerto Rico. The results suggest ways to incorporate these different categories of nervios into future research and clinical work with different Latino groups in the United States and in their home countries. Differential diagnosis of ataque de nervios.

Characteristics of ataque de nerviosa culturally condoned expression of distress that is most frequently seen in Hispanic women, are described. It has symptoms in common with affective and anxiety disorders, with which it can co-occur, and these are delineated for purposes of differential diagnosis.

Ajquiloglosia reasons for the preponderance of the condition in women are discussed, along with suggested intervention strategies. Folk illnesses that are cultural constructions of psychological distress offer a vehicle for the cross-cultural study of stress and stress-related morbidity.


This study explores the relationship between the Latin American wnquiloglosia illnesses susto and nervios and mental health.

We hypothesize that these folk illnesses are distinct and that there is a stronger association between current levels of stress and depressive symptoms with past experience of aquiloglosia than mios susto, because the cultural constructions of these folk illnesses reflect chronic and acute concepts of distress, respectively. Interviews were conducted in Guadalajara, Mexico, where participants responded to questions about their socio-demographic characteristics, stress, depressive symptoms, and whether they had experienced susto or nervios.

This study validates the link between these folk illnesses and stress and depression and may, ultimately, facilitate cross-cultural research on stress. An examination of nervios among Mexican seasonal farm workers. The purpose of this exploratory descriptive study was to examine a process model of the nervios experience of 30 Mexican seasonal farm workers.

Focused interviews were conducted in Spanish to determine the workers’ perspectives on their experiences of anquiloglosix while residing in rural, southwest Ontario. Data for analysis originated from variables created to represent key themes that had emerged from open coding of the interviews.

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Simultaneous entry, multiple regression analyses revealed that provocation, control salience, and cognitive sensory motor distress directly explained Control salience and abquiloglosia dampening effect on other elements of the nervios experience, however, appeared to be key to whether subjects experienced negative reactions to being provoked or distressed.

This evidence points to nervios being a powerful, holistic idiom of distress with at least six variables contributing to its affective negativity.

This information is important to our understanding of how nervios unfolds and for accurate specification of a nervios model for clinical practice and research. It also sets the stage for improved therapeutic alliances with nervios sufferers, and social action to reduce factors that provoke nervios. An attempt is made anquilogllsia verify by clinical, radiological and microscopic examinations BAAF the time of the cranial ossification steps.

It was observed a growth of fibroblasts in 7 days, and of osteoblasts and intramembranous bone in 2 months and a half. The anquiloylosia of the Adolescent Nervios Scale: This paper details the construction of a scale to measure the culture-bound syndrome of nervios in Latino early adolescents, ages 11 to Informed by nervios literature and experts, we developed the item Adolescent Nervios Scale ANS with items comprised of symptoms representing various psychiatric conditions common to Western culture.

In contrast to non-Latino early adolescents who responded to the items as representing disparate constructs, Latino early adolescents responded to ANS items in a unitary fashion. For Latino early adolescents, the ANS demonstrated good internal consistency and stability as well as concurrent, discriminative, and criterion-based validity. The results support the measurement of nervios and its relationship to the school performance and adjustment of Latino youth.

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The social meanings of nervios: This paper analyzes nervios among Central American refugees living in the United States. Nervios is analyzed as personal descriptions of distress, statements about family relations, and commentaries on the broader social forces affecting people’s lives. A description of the clinical presentations of 28 Salvadorans who suffer from nervios and an indepth analysis of an extended interview with a nervios sufferer are presented to examine the multiple meanings of nervios.

Nervios is identified as a powerful idiom of distress used by Latinos to express concerns about physical symptoms, emotional states, and changes both in the family and in the broader society. Further Examination of anquilogoosia Cultural Syndrome. Febo San Miguel, Vivian E. The authors present a quantitative analysis and assessment of the symptoms of “ataque de nervios. A total of 77 participants reported having an “ataque de nervios ” during….

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This defect was covered by prefabricated axial flap, which was harvest of forearm area and implanted under occipital hair skin and subsequently transported to the defect. The axial occipital flap healed uneventfully with a good outcome; we managed to cover the scalp defect completely without complications.

As a conclusion, prefabricated occipital flap provides enough hair skin, with axial vascularity pattern to cover cranial bone exposed, when there is not a better cosmetical option. A cross-cultural approach to anquiloglsoia study of the folk illness nervios. To systematically study and document regional variations in descriptions of nervioswe undertook a multisite comparative study of the illness among Puerto Ricans, Mexicans, Mexican Americans, and Guatemalans.

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We also conducted a parallel study on susto Weller et al. The focus of this paper is inter- and intracultural variations in descriptions in four Latino populations of the causes, symptoms, and treatments of nerviosas well as nos and differences between nervios and susto in these same communities. We found agreement among all four samples on a core description of nerviosas well as some overlap in aspects of nervios and susto. However, nervios is a much broader illness, related more to continual stresses.

In contrast, susto seems to be related to a single stressful event. Are ataques de nervios in Puerto Rican children associated with psychiatric disorder?

Anquilogllosia provide the first empirical analysis of a cultural syndrome in children by examining the prevalence and psychiatric correlates of ataques de nervios in an epidemiological study of the mental health of children in Puerto Rico. In aquiloglosia to anquiloglisia overall community and clinical samples, which had more boys in them, the ataque de nervios groups in both samples had more girls in them.

Family history of ataques de nervios was associated with ataques de nervios in children in both samples.

Across a wide range of depression, anxiety, and disruptive disorders, children who reported an ataque ajquiloglosia nervios were more likely to meet research criteria for psychiatric disorder in both samples.

Ataques de nervios are a frequently reported cultural syndrome among children in Puerto Rico. Adolescent girls are more likely to report this experience. Ataques de nervios have a significant relationship with psychiatric disorder and impairment in Puerto Rican children. We investigated the relative importance of “fear of arousal symptoms” i.

The theoretical and clinical implications of the strong relationship of the ASI to ataque severity are discussed. Nips de nervios and history of childhood trauma. Ataque de nervios is a common, self-labeled Hispanic folk diagnosis.

It typically describes episodic, dramatic outbursts of negative emotion in response to a stressor, sometimes involving destructive behavior. Dissociation and affective dysregulation during such episodes suggested a link to childhood trauma.