Body Complaints Among Recovered Genital Cancer Patients and Their Partners
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.
KeywordsSexual Dysfunction Body Experience Physical Complaint True Perception Projective Element
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