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Conversion Disorder

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Anatomical context of Conversion Disorder

  • Although the potential for musculoskeletal symptoms in hysteric conversion disorder was recognized by Sigmund Freud, reports of it in the orthopaedic literature have been limited to upper extremity manifestations [19].

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