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    A total of subjects Exploratory and Confirmatory Factor Analysis of both scales found adequate goodness of fit indices. The psychometric test—retest reliability and validity properties content, convergent, and discriminant were satisfactory. It is suggested that the DC construct includes both cognitive and behavioral aspects and may represent a continuum of severity with Body Dysmorphic Disorder at the end. An ideal of beauty thin, young, sculpted, or worked on bodies, etc. BDD is a preoccupation with barely perceptible or imagined flaws in physical appearance believed to be deformed or unattractive. Preoccupation means spending long times thinking about the perceived defect. Presence of BDD is low, from 0. Thus the dysmorphic concern DC dimensional construct Oosthuizen et al.

    Data suggest that the presence of BDD in university students is from 2. However, although all cases of DC do not lead necessarily to a formal diagnosis of BDD, this does not mean exemption from distress, and it may define a situation of personal risk. Some results have suggested that DC may not be an automatic process related to a personal standard, but rather a partially conscious bias toward stimuli related to appearance Onden-Lim et al.

    It is possible that social anxiety, experiences of victimization and other variables like perfectionism, contribute to developing and maintaining these DC Bartsch, ; Anson et al. Since BDD and DC are located in the obsessive—compulsive spectrum, it is expectable for common cognitive processes, such as rumination or high self-consciousness, to also contribute to their genesis and maintenance, as in other disorders in this group Onden-Lim et al.

    All mentioned above suggests the need for clinically useful tools for knowing and identifying the processes related to DC and BDD. Both instruments include the DC construct. Materials and Methods Participants The sample consisted of participants The average social class index SCI according to Hollingshead was A total of 46 participants were excluded because they currently had some psychological disorder, leaving a final sample of subjects.

    The student group was recruited by incidental sampling. The participants from the general population were recruited by snowballing, so the characteristics of these two groups would be close to the general population.

    Many students put us in contact with relatives and acquaintances not university students who, in turn, contacted other friends and acquaintances not university students. Br J from a mental health specialist may be requested. If such Psychiatry ; — Short-term successful long-term results. The danger cannot be com- outcome of rhinoplasty for medical or cosmetic indication.

    J Psychosom Res — Changes in psychometric test results following logical symptoms. However, it can provide a warning for cosmetic nasal operations. Br J Psychiatry ; 89— Reshaping the situations such as BDD. Br J Psychiatry ; — The psychological aspects of cosmetic rhinoplasty can Slator R, Harris DL. Are rhinoplasty patients potentially mad? Br J have a profound impact on the postoperative course. Recog- Plast Surg ; — Five-year follow-up important. The decision whether to operate should be made cosmetic rhinoplasty.

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    A psychological study of patients undergoing in a systematic way that factors in the physical, psychological cosmetic surgery. Arch Otolaryygl ; — All consultations should be Do made by plastic and reconstructive surgery, otorhinolaryn- mental health and self-concept associate with rhinoplasty requests?

    J gology and psychiatry clinics. The limited number of studies Plast Reconstr Aesthet Surg ; —3. Nasal deformity and interpersonal in this area necessitates new and more comprehensive studies problems.

    Otolaryngol Allied Sci ; —4. Studies in this area should be done jointly High by mentioned clinics. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg ; 83—7. Disorders of body image. Psychological American Psychiatric Association.

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    Diagnostic and statistical manual of investigation in cosmetic surgery: A look back and a look ahead. Plast mental disorders.

    Psychiatric Association; Sarwer DB. The obsessive cosmetic surgery patient: a consideration of Nonpsychiatric medical body image dissatisfaction and body dysmorphic disorder. Plast Surg treatment of body dysmorphic disorder.

    Psychosomatics ; Nurs ; —9. The insatiable cosmetic surgery patient. Plast Body dysmorphic disorder.

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    Facial Reconstr Surg ; —9. Plast Surg Clin North Am ; — Body breast augmentation with silicone gel-filled implants: a 2-year dysmorphic disorder: 30 cases of imagined ugliness. Am J Psychiatry prospective study. Surgical-psychiatric study of Phillips KA.

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    The broken mirror: understanding and treating body patients seeking plastic cosmetic surgery: ninety-eight consecutive dysmorphic disorder. New York: Oxford University Press; Br J Plast Surg ; — Quality of life outcomes Body dysmorphic disorder.

    A survey of fifty cases. Br J Psychiatry after cosmetic surgery. Plast Reconstr Surg ; Patient benefit from Participants who reported having mental health problems in the past 6 months, who were undergoing psychological or pharmacological treatment, or were not in the toage range, were not included in data analyses.

    Participants did not receive any compensation for their participation. The study received the approval of the University Ethics committee. Data analyses An alpha level of.

    Gender differences were calculated unpaired t test, and Cohen's d. Bonferroni adjustments for multiple-comparison post hoc analyses were also computed. Pearson correlations among target variables were calculated.

    ResultsPreliminary data Up to Consequently, only data from this sample will be considered for analyses. In both women and men, the most disturbing intrusions were related to doubts about leaving something on women: The most disturbing EDs-related intrusions were related to physical appearance in women Regarding the modality,