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Title: Body image (BI) and coping strategies (CS): Analysis of medical and surgical characteristics in women diagnosed with breast cancer
Other Titles: Imagen corporal (IC) y estrategias de afrontamiento (EA): Análisis de las características médico quirúrgicas en mujeres con diagnóstico de cáncer de mama
Authors: Núñez, César
Navarro, Ana
Cortés, Sebastián
López, Jessica
Aguirre-Loaiza, Héctor Haney
Trujillo, Catalina
Keywords: Body image;Breast neoplasms;Coping behavior;Oncology (DeCS);Article;Breast cancer;Cancer patient;Clinical article;Coping Strategy Questionnaire;Radical mastectomy;Surgical technique
Issue Date: 16-May-2018
Publisher: Sociedad Chilena de Psicologia Clinica
Abstract: From a non-experimental transverse design, we sought to identify the possible relationship between BI and CS, and their differences according to surgical-medical variables (surgical intervention, time of diagnosis and stage of cancer). Thirty-seven women diagnosed with breast cancer from all stages participated. The Stress Coping Questionnaire for Oncological Patients (CAEPO), the Body Image Scale (BIS) and an Ad-hoc questionnaire were used. No relationship was found between BI and CS, and these did not vary according to the surgical procedure (radical mastectomy and conservative surgery), the time of diagnosis in years (less than 1, between 1 and 3, between 3 and 5, and more of 5), or the stage (0 or in situ, I, II, III and IV); however, the patients who did not receive surgical intervention showed greater deterioration of their BI than those who did. © 2018 by Sociedad Chilena de Psicología Clínica.
URI: https://repository.usc.edu.co/handle/20.500.12421/324
ISSN: 07166184
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