No siempre a cada síntoma le corresponde un daño | 03 FEB 19
Síntomas, placebo y cerebro bayesiano
A pesar de su éxito, el modelo biomédico no ha proporcionado una explicación adecuada de dos fenómenos bien demostrado: los síntomas sin alteración fisiopatológica y el alivio después de la administración de un placebo.
Autor: Ongaro, Giulioa, Kaptchuk, Ted J. Fuente: Pain: doi: 10.1097/j.pain.0000000000001367 Topical Review Symptom perception, placebo effects, and the Bayesian brain Ongaro, Giulioa,*; Kaptchuk, Ted J.b,c
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