Special Procedures: Intravenous Sedative Interviews, Hoover Test, and Hypnosis
An interview with the patient under an intravenous (IV) sedative, the Hoover test, and hypnosis are some of the specialized techniques useful in the consultation- liaison (CL) setting for rapid diagnosis of potential psychological factors affecting a physical condition and for behavioral control of pain and anxiety.
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