Body Complaints Among Recovered Genital Cancer Patients and Their Partners

  • P. Möhring
  • E. Brähler


One way of experiencing one’s own body is through physical complaints. These are perceived with varying degrees of clarity, depending on how a particular part of the body is represented in consciousness, i.e. the intensity with which a complaint is felt does not have to be directly related to the extent of an organic lesion but is rather a measure of one’s relations with one’s own body.


Sexual Dysfunction Body Experience Physical Complaint True Perception Projective Element 
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  • P. Möhring
  • E. Brähler

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