Gynecologists cannot fulfill the commitments of their profession without being psychosomatically oriented. Nevertheless, this field needs methodology and scientific thinking just as does any other subspeciality in clinical medicine. Although practiced by all gyne cologists, creative work is needed in order to develop the various aspects properly and to establish postgraduate training on a firm and sound basis. For this purpuse the European Symposia have been planned by several European Researchers on Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynecology in order to stimulate and integrate clinical…mehr
Gynecologists cannot fulfill the commitments of their profession without being psychosomatically oriented. Nevertheless, this field needs methodology and scientific thinking just as does any other subspeciality in clinical medicine. Although practiced by all gyne cologists, creative work is needed in order to develop the various aspects properly and to establish postgraduate training on a firm and sound basis. For this purpuse the European Symposia have been planned by several European Researchers on Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynecology in order to stimulate and integrate clinical scientific data and therapeutic skills in the bio-psycho-social field of obstetrics and gynecology. The first European Symposium in Leuven 1985 concentrated on the psychosomatic aspects of infertility and high risk pregnancies. This second European Symposium in Bad Sackingen centered around disturbed body perception, disturbances of the menstrual cycle, climacteric syndrome, and senium. These topics were elaborated in main lectures and workshops held by outstanding researchers in this rapidly expanding field. The second European Symposium on Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynecology was organized by the German Society of Psycho somatic Obstetrics and Gynecology, supported by the University Hospital Freiburg/Br., the University Hospital Basel, and the Women's District Hospital in Bad Sackingen.
Disturbed Body Perception.- Gynecologic Oncology.- Psychologic Morbidity in Survivors of Gynecologic Cancer.- Tumor Stage, Quality of Life, and Coping in Breast Cancer Patients.- Coping Strategies in Breast Cancer Patients: Are They Related to Patients' Concepts About the Etiology?.- Postmastectomy Depression: Role of Self-esteem.- Modified Mastectomy and Body Image.- How Can the Gynecologist Help the Cancer Patient in Restoring Her Disturbed Body Image?.- Plastic Surgery.- Plastic Surgery and Body Image.- Breast Reconstruction and Body Image: Psychotherapeutic Aspects.- Psychiatric Diagnosis, Personality Structures, and Psychodynamics in Women with the Desire for Plastic Surgery.- Postpartum Period.- Change of Body Image After Childbirth.- Postpartum Psychiatric Admissions.- Hysterectomy.- Psychosocial Aspects of Hysterectomy.- Body Image After Hysterectomy: Time is Honey.- Chronic Pelvic Pain.- Idiopathic Pelvic Pain, Depression and Body Image.- Psychosomatic-Psychotherapeutic Approach to Chronic Pelvic Pain in Women.- Chronic Pelvic Pain and Sexuality in Women.- Miction Disorders.- Body Image and Sexuality in Urinary Incontinence.- Hirsutism.- Psychoendocrinological Findings in Patients with Hirsutism.- Transsexuality.- On the Wish to Become an "Admired" Child: Psychoanalytical Aspects of Man-to-Woman Transsexuality.- Borderline Patients.- Disturbed Body Image and Desire for Self-Damage: Development of Adolescent Female Patients with an Artifact Syndrome.- Disturbed Body Image of a Borderline Patient: Case History with Pictures.- Disturbances of the Menstrual Cycle.- The Anorectic Woman.- The Anorectic Woman: Abnormal Body Experience and Adolescence.- Secondary Amenorrhea Syndrome.- Secondary Amenorrhea Syndrome - Diagnosis and Psychosomatic Treatment.- Secondary Amenorrhea and Loss of Weight.- Polycystic Ovary Syndrome.- Psychological Studies in the Polycystic Ovary Syndrome.- Hyperprolactinemia.- Psychological Findings in Hyperprolactinemia: A Critical Review.- Premenstrual Syndrome.- Premenstrual Tension: A Review of Psychological and Endocrinological Studies.- Systems Analysis of the Histories of 50 Women with Severe Premenstrual Syndrome and 40 Comparison Women.- Dysmenorrhea.- Primary Dysmenorrhea in a Learning-Theoretical Perspective.- Psychosomatic Aspects of Dysmenorrhea.- Metromenorrhagia.- Woman, Life, and Blood: Psychosomatic Bleeding.- Climacteric Syndrome and Senium.- Biological Aspects of Menopause and Senium.- Men and Women Between the Ages of 40 and 60 Years: Sociopsychosomatic Aspects.- Treatment and Guidance of the Climacteric Woman.- Women's Reaction to the Menopause.- Psychosomatic Urology in the Climacteric.- Sexuality in Old Age.
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