Clinical trials for Medically unexplained symptoms

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An investigation into the effectiveness of acupuncture in the treatment of psychosomatic symptoms and psychological distress - a double-blind randomised placebo controlled trial Not Recruiting United Kingdom
Scottish Neurological Symptoms Study 2: Symptom Management Research Trial in Neurology Not Recruiting United Kingdom
Exploratory randomised controlled trial of training general practitioners to manage patients with persistent medically unexplained symptoms Not Recruiting United Kingdom
To investigate the effectiveness of (manualised) reattribution therapy in the treatment of medically unexplained symptoms (MUS) within the General Hospital Not Recruiting United Kingdom
Multiple Symptoms Study: a feasibility study of a GP with special interest clinic for patients with multiple medically unexplained symptoms (MMUS) Not Recruiting United Kingdom
Mindful Body Trial: Mindfulness training for medically unexplained symptoms. Recruiting The Netherlands
Single session counseling for medically unexplained symptoms: A randomized controlled trial Recruiting India
Psychosomatic Therapy, Feasibility and Cost Analysis Not recruiting Netherlands
Stress and Health Interview for Primary Care Patients With Medically Unexplained Symptoms Not recruiting United States
Improving primary mental health care for forced migrants through training primary care practitioners in Sri Lanka: a feasibility pilot study Not Recruiting Sri Lanka

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