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Luchina, I.L. (1975). The Medical-Psychiatric Interconsultation—Introduction: Theory and Practice. Contemp. Psychoanal., 11:104-107.

(1975). Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 11:104-107

The Medical-Psychiatric Interconsultation—Introduction: Theory and Practice

Isaac León Luchina, M.D.

WE SHALL CONSIDER the interconsultation in two ways: (a) the theory and technique of psychiatric interconsultation with general practitioners in a private setting; and (b) the theory and technique of psychiatric interconsultation within a hospital setting.

In this presentation, we shall follow a technical and theoretical approach of our own. This is the scheme shared in Buenos Aires by our study and research group called GEPEM, which identifies an interdisciplinary study group on medical perspectives.

We shall state here some basic assumptions used to define what we understand by psychiatric consultation in institutional and private settings, and what we mean by interconsultation within these settings.

From these two definitions, two concepts will emerge: (1) the therapy of the medical work carried out by a psychiatrist or psychoanalyst, and (2) the therapy of the analytic work carried out by the general practitioner.

The

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