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Chronische pijn en traumatische ervaringen in de kindertijd: is er een verband?

  • B. Van Houdenhove
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Samenvatting

De vroegste literatuur over kindermisbruik in relatie tot pijn dateert van ongeveer een halve eeuw geleden, met de publicatie van George Engels baanbrekend artikel ‘Psychogenic pain and the pain-prone patient’. pain-prone patient Engel introduceerde het idee dat pijn kan ontstaan in afwezigheid van een perifere stimulus, als resultaat van negatieve ervaringen in de kindertijd en in het bijzonder fysiek of emotioneel misbruik. 1 Latere auteurs vonden partiële bevestiging van Engels anekdotische bevindingen en voegden er seksueel misbruik aan toe als een belangrijke kwetsbaarheidfactor die tot ‘psychogene pijn’ in de volwassenheid kan leiden. 2

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