Advanced Psychosomatic Research in Obstetrics and Gynecology by G. Bos-Branolte, Y. M. Rijshouwer, E. M. Zielstra, H. J.

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.)

Gynecologists can't satisfy the commitments in their occupation with no being psychosomatically orientated. however, this box wishes method and clinical considering simply as does the other subspeciality in medical medication. even if practiced by way of all gyne­ cologists, inventive paintings is required to be able to increase many of the elements thoroughly and to set up postgraduate education on an organization and sound foundation. For this purpuse the ecu Symposia were deliberate by means of numerous ecu Researchers on Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynecology that allows you to stimulate and combine medical clinical info and healing abilities within the bio-psycho-social box of obstetrics and gynecology. the 1st ecu Symposium in Leuven 1985 focused on the psychosomatic points of infertility and excessive hazard pregnancies. This moment ecu Symposium in undesirable Sackingen headquartered round disturbed physique notion, disturbances of the menstrual cycle, climacteric syndrome, and senium. those subject matters have been elaborated in major lectures and workshops held via remarkable researchers during this swiftly increasing box. the second one ecu Symposium on Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynecology was once geared up via the German Society of Psycho­ somatic Obstetrics and Gynecology, supported via the collage sanatorium Freiburg/Br., the collage clinic Basel, and the Women's District medical institution in undesirable Sackingen.

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The body as essential condition for having a body (Merleau-Ponty according to Dillon 1974, Zaner 1971). In other words: soma and psyche cannot be thought of as being separate; one implies the other. As a consequence, listening to a patient means listening to the history of the person, physically embodied, grown up amidst others who are linked to their bodies as well (L. De Vooght 1986, Lichaamsbeeld en Lichamsschema: twee centrale begrippen in het werk van F. Dolto, unpublished work). To the patient, psychotherapy means a return to his or her body (Depestele 1986).

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There is no association between coping with disease and TNM stage or age. Generally, patients who do not accept psychic problems as etiological factors cope better with the disease than those who do. In this context, it is interesting that patients who accept psychic problems as causal attribution are more pessimistic toward the further development and are more ·oppressed by cancer than those who do not. 26 A. Riehl-Emde et al. COPING WITH THE DISEASE 50 N - 40 30 20 10 0 Fig. 3. L---'-_ _- ' - _ 5 5 OPPRESSION (1 =SUGHT, 5= STRONG) Fig.

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