10 07 - The spectrum from mood and anxiety disorders to painful functional somatic syndromes
Functional somatic syndrome - Wikipedia Article Audio
Somatic Symptom and Functional Neurological Disorders by Jeffrey P. Staab, MD | Preview
The Danish study of Functional Disorders - Video Abstract ID 129335
Somatic Symptom Disorder, Conversion Disorder, and Illness Anxiety Disorder
Functional somatic syndrome is a term used to refer to physical symptoms that are poorly explained. It encompass disorders such as chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, chronic widespread pain, temporomandibular disorder, irritable bowel syndrome, lower back pain, tension headache, atypical face pain, non-cardiac chest pain, insomnia, palpitation, dyspepsia, and dizziness. General overlap exists between this term, somatization, and somatoform.