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《Chongqing Medicine》 2017-12
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Survey and study on mental status of patients with breast cancer and its influencing factors

Gu Yucui;Zhan Yingjie;Ma Binlin;Department of Physical Examination,Affiliated Tumor Hospital of Xinjiang Medical University;Department of Breast,Head and Neck Surgery,Affiliated Tumor Hospital of Xinjiang Medical University;  
Objective To explore the psychological status of the patients with breast cancer and its influencing factors.Methods The psychological health status in 896 patients with breast cancer and 1 419 patients with benign breast diseases were surveyed and analyzed by adopting the Self-reporting Inventory(SCL-90).At the same time,SCL-90 was also used to analyze the differences of psychological health status among breast cancer patients with different occupations,degrees of education and family support attitudes.Results The each factor scores in breast cancer patients were higher than those in benign breast disease patients(P0.05).The scores of obsessive symptoms and somatization factor in breast cancer patients were higher than those of other factors(P0.05).In breast cancer patients,the proportion of workers and cadres with obsessive symptoms was higher than that of farmers.The family support attitude was good,and the proportion of obsessive symptoms was lower.The higher the education level,the lower the proportion of somatic symptoms.Conclusion Aiming at the existence of mental problems of higher somatization and obsessive symptoms,conducting the psychological counseling and intervention can improve the quality of life in the patients with breast cancer.
【CateGory Index】: R473.73
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