By Emilio Etala, Etala, Alfred Axtmayer
Atlas illustrating the surgeries used to regard gastrointestinal tract sickness, for practitioners. Covers surgical anatomy, the preoperative and intraoperative analysis, and surgical indication. Translation. DNLM: Gastrointestinal process - surgical procedure - atlases.
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The psychosomatic theory appeared proven to some doctors at least and, as a consequence, IBD patients suffered. The dichotomy The rift between those who embraced the psychosomatic theory and the sceptics was broadly, though certainly not wholly, characterised by psychiatrists on one hand and gastroenterologists on the other. ’ (Feldman et al. 14) Brooke, 1986 commented wryly that the theory that the mind could alter the body to the point of causing changes discernible under the microscope, …held many attractions, not the least of which was the latitude it allowed to suggestibility.
Other clients echoed the feeling that they had a chance to say what they wanted to say, rather than having to respond to a prescribed viewpoint. ’ Clients found that doing the assessment procedure helped them to clarify their problems and aims by articulating them often for the first time. There were times when what emerged surprised the client, as with one person, a volunteer in a number of charitable enterprises, who exclaimed, ‘It’s me that needs the help isn’t it? ’ Another point referred to by several clients was the ‘snap shot’ effect of the assessments.
IBD is a problem, but patients can all too easily be seen as the problem, rather than having the problem. But I also met clients who gladly embraced the psychosomatic theory. Perhaps because uncertainty and unpredictability are so hard to bear, some people find it easier to accept the responsibility, even the blame, themselves (‘I have this disease because of an unresolved issue in the past/Because I am an over-anxious person’). It allows for a feeling of control (‘When I have analysed my problems correctly/When I stop being over-anxious, the disease will go away’).