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By G. Bos-Branolte, Y. M. Rijshouwer, E. M. Zielstra, H. J. Duivenvoorden (auth.), Prof. Dr. Dietmar Richter, Dr. Johannes Bitzer, Prof. Dr. Piet Nijs (eds.)

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Gynecologists can't satisfy the commitments in their career with out being psychosomatically orientated. however, this box wishes method and medical considering simply as does the other subspeciality in medical medication. even supposing practiced via all gyne­ cologists, inventive paintings is required as a way to boost a number of the elements safely and to set up postgraduate education on a company and sound foundation. For this purpuse the eu Symposia were deliberate by way of numerous eu Researchers on Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynecology to be able to stimulate and combine scientific clinical info and healing talents within the bio-psycho-social box of obstetrics and gynecology. the 1st eu Symposium in Leuven 1985 focused on the psychosomatic features of infertility and excessive chance pregnancies. This moment eu Symposium in undesirable Sackingen situated round disturbed physique notion, disturbances of the menstrual cycle, climacteric syndrome, and senium. those themes have been elaborated in major lectures and workshops held by means of remarkable researchers during this quickly increasing box. the second one eu Symposium on Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynecology was once prepared through the German Society of Psycho­ somatic Obstetrics and Gynecology, supported through the collage clinic Freiburg/Br., the collage clinic Basel, and the Women's District medical institution in undesirable Sackingen.

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Also in the attitude toward the illness, the treatment, and their own body there are only slight differences between the four groups; they are noted in Table 4. Those women whose ability to overcome their problems had been judged by the interviewer as rather favorable, those of groups A and C, feel themselves burdened less by the illness and its consequences than those of groups Band D and are also more optimistic in regard to its further course. This may be stated in another way, that for the initial attitude to being sick with cancer the stage of the illness is of less importance than the initial psychosocial situation of the patient.

Therefore we firmly believe that the combined out-patient clinic before the operation and further guidance of the patient by the psychologist should be achieved before surgery is scheduled. , has performed a "visual inspection of the lesions" and the somatic problems that the patient presents to the plastic surgeon, only then does the patient have the confirmation that the plastic surgeon and the psychotherapist both have the same objective impression of the patient's problem. Only after clinical visual inspection is the psychologist able to put in perspective the realistic expectations that the patient can have after surgery.

With the above-mentioned correlation between achievements and depression in mind, these findings also tend to support the opinion that denial can serve as protection against the development of depression after loss. In conclusion, we can say that breast cancer patients after surgical treatment often attribute the meaning of loss to their disease. Symbolic loss appears to be the major constituent. In this symbolic loss, damage to selfesteem plays a major role in the development of depression. The female breast is the emotional symbol of the women's pride in her sexuality and in her motherhood.

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Advanced Psychosomatic Research in Obstetrics and Gynecology by G. Bos-Branolte, Y. M. Rijshouwer, E. M. Zielstra, H. J. Duivenvoorden (auth.), Prof. Dr. Dietmar Richter, Dr. Johannes Bitzer, Prof. Dr. Piet Nijs (eds.)

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