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AIDS in psychiatry and psychotherapy: special psychodynamic and psychopathologic aspects based on a case with "AIDS phobia"


, : AIDS in psychiatry and psychotherapy: special psychodynamic and psychopathologic aspects based on a case with "AIDS phobia". Zeitschrift für Psychosomatische Medizin und Psychoanalyse 34(4): 351-360

First some social conditions of psychic illness on the background of "AIDS" as an up-to-date problem were demonstrated. Then important psychopathological states of patient with a positive or negative AIDS-test were explained. Furthermore follows a case study with a so-called "AIDS-phobia". In the discussion the "AIDS-phobia" become apparent not as a special phobic behaviour but as a extensive hypochondriacal syndrome, sometimes near by a hypochondriacal delusion.

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