Que sait-on aujourd'hui des dysmorphophobies du petit pénis

Professor Pierre Assalian MD

Le 'trouble: peur d’une dysmorphie corporelle' fait partie des troubles somatoformes: plainte somatique qui ne peut être expliqué par une maladie physique ou un mécanisme physiopathologique connus. La classification américaine abandonnera le terme pour Body Dysmorphic Disorder. Toutes les parties du corps peuvent être impliquées incluant le Pénis.

 

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Financial Support/Funding: Prostitution Licensing Authority
Sydney Australia, April 2007

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Professor Pierre Assalian MD

Montreal General Hospital; Department of Psychiatry, McGill University, Director Human Sexuality Unit, McGill University Health Center, Executive Director, Canadian Sex Research Center, Member Standards Committee, ISSM, Montréal, Canada.

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