Medical Student Syndrome

by | Aug 2, 2017


Medical School Syndrome is a common condition among medical trainees whereby they experience the symptoms of the disease or diseases they are studying. It is considered a form of hypochondria and was first noted in medical literature in 1908.

Some studies have found that this is a very common occurrence among medical trainees while others have found that hypochondria among medical trainees is no greater than control groups of non-medical students


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