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Clinical Psychology and Special Education

Publisher: Moscow State University of Psychology and Education

ISSN (online): 2304-0394

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17759/cpse

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Satisfaction with Quality of Life in Patients with Minimum Cicatricial Damage of the Face and Neck 491

Iaremenko A., MD, Professor, Head of the Department of Dentistry of Surgical and Maxillofacial Surgery, Director of the Clinic for Maxillofacial Surgery , The First Pavlov State Medical University, St.Petersburg, Russia, ayaremenko@me.com
Isaeva E., Doctor of Psychology, chair of General and Medical Psychology, Federal State Budgetary Educational Institution of Higher Education “Academician I.P. Pavlov First St. Petersburg State Medical University” , St.Petersburg, Russia, isajeva@yandex.ru
Kolegova T., MD, maxillofacial surgeon, Clinic for maxillofacial surgery, The First Pavlov State Medical University, St.Petersburg, Russia, tatyanakolegova@mail.ru
Sitkina E., Assistant, Department of General and Clinical Psychology, The First Pavlov State Medical University, St.Petersburg, Russia, sitkina_evgenya@mail.ru
Vasilieva Yu., Student, Department of Clinical Psychology , The First Pavlov State Medical University, St.Petersburg, Russia, vasilevayulia13@gmail.com
Abstract
Satisfaction with quality of life and self-attitude in patients operated by «traditional» (conventional surgical methods) and endoscopically assisted methods are considered in the article. Differences in the quality of life in patients, self-attitude to ones appearance are described. 65 patients were surgically operated and examined. Control group – patients operated by «traditional» techniques (35 patients), the average age of patients was 38 ± 11,1 years. The comparison group – patients operated using endoscopically assisted methods (30 patients), the average age of patients was 44 ± 17,7 years. Psychodiagnostic methods: 1. N. E. Vodopyanova`s scale of life quality; 2. The Short Form-36; 3. S.R. Panteleev`s Assessment of self-relationship. Complaints of paresthesia and pain experienced by patients who underwent a “traditional” operation were revealed as a result of the examination. Operated on with an endoscopically assisted method patients did not present any complaints. Differences between the assessment of the life quality and self-relationship in examined groups were found. Operated on with an endoscopically assisted method patients evaluated life quality, satisfaction with their appearance and physical condition higher than patients operated on with a “traditional” method.

Keywords: self-attitude to the appearance, maxillofacial surgery, endoscopically assisted method, the quality of life

Column: Empirical research

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17759/cpse.2018070106

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