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PMPrime Minister
PMPersonal Message (IRC)
PMParticulate Matter
PMPostmaster
PMPostmortem
PMSt. Pierre and Miquelon (ISO country code, top level domain name)
PMPostmistress
PMPast Master
PMProvost Marshal
PMPost Meridiem (period from noon to midnight)
PMPolice Magistrate
PMPour Memoir (French: For Memory; response to RSVP)
PMPanama
PMPower Management
PMPer Month
PMPrivate Message
PMPERL Module
PMProject Management
PMProject Manager
PMPain Management
PMPrice Match
PMPlus Minus (hockey goals scored while player on/off ice)
PMPerformance Monitoring
PMPaul McCartney (musician)
PMProperty Manager
PMProduct Manager
PMProcess Management
PMProgram Manager
PMPost Malone (music)
PMParamedic
PMPrecious Metals
PMPerformance Management
PMPrinciples of Medicine
PMPerformance Measurement
PMPower Macintosh (Apple)
PMPacMan
PMPhillip Morris
PMPerpetual Motion
PMPriority Mail (USPS)
PMPacemaker
PMPreventive Medicine
PMPreventative Maintenance
PMPortfolio Manager
PMPreventive Maintenance
PMMaximum Power
PMPalma de Mallorca (Spain)
PMProduction Manager
PMPractice Management
PMPrimeiro-Ministro (Portugal)
PMPush Me
PMPerry Meridian (High School)
PMPrime Mover
PMPocket Monsters (Pokémon)
PMPlasma Membrane (lipid bilayer)
PMPower Monitoring
PMParamagnetic
PMProcess Model
PMPermanent Magnet
PMPolice Misconduct
PMPerformance Meeting
PMPopular Mechanics (magazine)
PMPipe Major
PMProduction Management
PMPolicy Manual
PMPersonal Mobility (various meanings)
PMPrecautionary Measure
PMProcedures Manual
PMPersonnel Manager
PMPermanent Memory
PMPaymaster
PMPaper Mario (N64 game)
PMPrincess Mononoke
PMPowder Metallurgy
PMPrinted Matter
PMProject M (gaming)
PMPlanned Maintenance
PMPerfect Money (Internet payment system; Panama)
PMPlay Money
PMPower Module
PMPalliative Medicine
PMPhantom Menace (Star Wars)
PMProduction Model
PMPolicia Militar
PMPattern Matching
PMPurchasing Manager
PMPubblico Ministero (Italian: Public Prosecutor)
PMPageMaker (Adobe software)
PMProcurement Manager
PMPrime Meridian (zero longitude)
PMPrime Meridian (magazine)
PMPeriodic Maintenance
PMPsychosomatic Medicine
PMParticipating Member (various organizations)
PMPolitical Military
PMPulp Mill
PMPremier Ministre (French: Prime Minister; various nations)
PMPenalty Minutes (hockey)
PMProblem Management
PMPhotographic Memory
PMPaul Murphy (property manager; UK)
PMPentium M (Intel processor)
PMPhase Modulation
PMPromethium
PMPatriot Missile
PMPaper Machine
PMProbability of Mutation (genetic algorithms)
PMProgram Memory
PMPhone Me
PMPharmacy Manager
PMPolarization-Maintaining (fiber optics)
PMPurpose-Made
PMPressure Meter
PMPre-Menstrual
PMPrimary Mirror (telescopes)
PMPulse Modulation
PMPayload Module
PMPrototype Model (engineering)
PMProduction Meeting
PMPure Math
PMPlumbing & Mechanical (Mesa, AZ)
PMPatternmaker (USN Rating)
PMPowerlifting Motivation
PMProject Master
PMPlayMemories (software; Sony)
PMPenton Media (New York, NY)
PMPatient Movement (US DoD)
PMPolymyositis (Immune disease causing muscle inflammation)
PMParticle-Mesh
PMPalm Mute (guitar technique)
PMPlanning Module
PMPrincipal Manager (various companies)
PMPerception Management (corporate communications)
PMPhilippine Marine (indigenous Marine in the Philippines)
PMPerson Months (work measurement)
PMPitchfork Media
PMSisters of the Presentation of Mary (religious order)
PMPeoplemover
PMPeople Meter
PMProvost Marshall (US DoD)
PMBureau of Political-Military Affairs (US DoD)
PMPresentation Manager (OS/2)
PMPartitionMagic (PowerQuest)
PMPeso Mexicano (Mexican Peso)
PMPeritoneal Metastasis
PMPrivilege Management (IT, middleware; networking)
PMProgressive Maintenance
PMPilot Monitoring
PMPons-Medulla
PMProgram Memorandum
PMPropulsion Module
PMProgressive Majority
PMPicometer
PMPour Mémoire (French: for the record)
PMPolymer Morphology
PMProject Memo
PMPush Money
PMPlanar Map
PMPlatform Model (Object Management Group)
PMPurulent Meningitis
PMPontifex Maximus
PMProperties Master (theatre)
PMPrototyping Methodology
PMPreparative Meeting (Quaker religion)
PMPuppymill
PMPedometrics
PMPower Mirror
PMProposed Monitor
PMPressurized Module
PMProtocol Machine
PMPlaymore Corporation (Japan)
PMProduction Manifold (oil and gas drilling)
PMPhoto Multiplier
PMPlaza Miranda (Philippines)
PMPolice Militaire (French: Military Police)
PMPlatinum Medallion (Delta Sky Miles)
PMPERL Monk
PMPassage Material (US DoD)
PMPerformance Margin
PMPreço de Mercado (Portuguese: Market Price)
PMPeritrophic Matrix (biology)
PMPistolet Mitrailleur (French: Machine Gun)
PMPurchase Memorandum
PMPohjoismaiden Mestaruus (Finnish: Nordic Championship)
PMPetameter (10 E^15, one quadrillion meters)
PMPassmonster (security software)
PMPlant Miscellaneous
PMParallel Track Multiunit (US DoD)
PMPrécompte Mobilier (French)
PMPressure Multiplier
PMProcessable Mode
PMProject Missionary
PMPeter Moosleitner's Magazin (German science magazine)
PMPronto Mezcla (Guatemala concrete dispencer business)
PMPulpomesial
PMProto-Manenguba
References in periodicals archive ?
In the liaison psychiatry literature, textbooks and clinical and diagnostic manuals focus on practice and process, addressing the philosophy of doing psychosomatic medicine only in passing.
Psychosomatic medicine: a new psychiatric subspecialty.
The APM is the main scientific organisation related to psychosomatic medicine. It oversees all United States (US) programmes and sets the standard for qualifications in psychosomatic medicine.
The guide is for general psychiatrists and residents, psychosomatic medicine fellows, and physicians in palliative care, as well as professionals in nursing, social work, and family therapy.
People who consume vitamin and mineral supplements appear to be in a better mood than nonusers according to the results of a meta-analysis published in Psychosomatic Medicine: Journal of Biobehavioral Medicine.*
Many years ago an expert committee convened by the World Health Organization recommended that the words psychosomatic medicine and psychosomatic illness should be avoided because when these terms are used they imply most diseases (i.e., those that are not psychosomatic) are either purely physical or purely psychological.
Worley is a past president of the association and is vice president of the Academy of Psychosomatic Medicine. She also serves as a staff psychiatrist at the Central Arkansas Veterans Healthcare System Women's Primary Care Clinic and as an educational consultant in the UAMS College of Medicine's Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology.
Members of the Hypnosis and Psychosomatic Medicine Section of the Royal Society of Medicine (RSM) think hypnosis should be used more widely to help those suffering with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), depression and even cancer.
Psychosomatic medicine; an introduction to consultation-liaison psychiatry.
The study, in the Psychosomatic Medicine journal, found that married men had the lowest CRP levels of any group: an average of 1.16 milligrams per litre of blood, compared with 2.72 for unmarried men.
Visceral fat--the fat that surrounds your internal organs at your waistline--has been linked with depressive symptoms by researchers who published their findings in the May issue of Psychosomatic Medicine. Researchers measured visceral fat with a computed tomography (CT) scan and assessed depressive symptoms with the Center for Epidemiological Studies Depression Scale (CES-D), which consists of 20 questions about moods, feelings, and behaviors such as eating and sleeping.
Couples who express affection through non-sexual actions such as hugging or cuddling may enhance one another's health, according to a report in the December 2008 issue of Psychosomatic Medicine. Researchers trained half of a group of 36 married couples in "listening touch," a technique that involved sensing their partners mood by touching his or her neck, shoulders and hands, and performing shoulder and neck massages.