Among the reasons why transplants are of interest to psychiatrists and, in fact, to anyone concerned with psychological issues is that they touch on the phenomena of acute and chronic stress and of alteration of the body image.
KeywordsBody Image Body Schema Anatomic Part Cadaver Kidney Phantom Sensation
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