- s suffering from hypochondria
- Several recent psychiatric studies indicate that for most of the marriages, absence can make a wife's heart grow gloomy, resentful, alcoholic, hypochondriacal or even suicidal .
- A hypochondriacal heaven is this sanitarium wherein the stimulus of Bebe Daniels' legs accounts for much of the fun.
- With the aid of his second wife Vera, he watches his health with hypochondriacal care.
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- Special Issues in Menopause and Major Depressive Disorder
Kraepelin initially described involutional melancholia as a distinct clinical entity characterized by late onset, symptoms of fear, despondency, agitation, and hypochondriacal delusions, which formed the basis of the nomenclature in DSM-II.
Sept. 11, 2013 - Psychiatric Times
- Sigmund Freud in The Guardian
In 1926, Freud referred the Wolf Man to an American colleague, Ruth Mack Brunswick; Pankejeff was suffering, Freud said, "from a hypochondriacal idÃ©e fixe concerning a scar on his nose".
- Robert Burton in guardian.co.uk
In his chapter on the "Symptoms of Windy Hypochondriacal Melancholy", Burton mentions "sharp belchings, fulsome crudities, heat in the bowels, wind and rumbling in the guts, vehement gripings, pain in the belly and stomach".