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Katedra Psychiatrii UJ CM, Klinika Psychiatrii Dorosłych
Submission date: 2021-09-08
Acceptance date: 2021-09-08
Online publication date: 2021-09-30
Publication date: 2021-09-30
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Katarzyna Cyranka   

Katedra Psychiatrii UJ CM, Klinika Psychiatrii Dorosłych
Arch Psych Psych 2021;23(3):5-6
From Editors Dear Authors and Readers As the Summer comes to an end and the energy of new academic year is felt in the air, we invite you to read the new issue of our journal. It begins with a first person account on recovery from trauma and dissociation written by a social scientist Simona Karbouniaris who went through a long journey in mental health care before receiving adequate treatment. The second paper by Daniel Ehis Aigbonoga et al concerns a very important and interesting medical phenomenon - Body Integrity Identity Disorder (BIID), also known as body integrity dysphoria and xenomelia. This is a rare chronic psychiatric condition characterized by an intense and persistent desire to have one or both healthy limbs amputated or paralyzed. The subject was previously described inter alia by Sedda A, Kasten E, Blom RM and others [1-3]. A team of authors from Saint-Petersburg prepared a very valuable evaluation of levels of anxiety and depression in patients with atopic dermatitis (AD), leading behavioral strategies for coping with stress and their correlation with the severity of dermatological symptoms in patients with AD, as well as the determination of psychotherapeutic targets for improving medical and mental health care for patients with AD. Pathophysiology of atopic dermatitis is a world widely considered to be clinical challenge for various healthcare professionals [4-6].
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