PMID: 6989353Apr 1, 1980Paper

Agoraphobia: the clinical problem

Australian Family Physician
R D Goldney


The symptoms of agoraphobia can vary from those which a person may accept as being consistent with the everyday anxiety of living, to those which provide a barrier to the participation of an individual in any outside activities whatsoever. These symptoms, while classically presenting with the affective state of anxiety, may sometimes become manifest in such a way that cardiovascular, respiratory or other somatic pathology is suspected.

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