Clinical personality patterns in patients with acute lymphoblastic leukemia waiting for transplantationстатья Тезисы

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[1] Clinical personality patterns in patients with acute lymphoblastic leukemia waiting for transplantation / D. Vybornykh, S. Khrushchev, E. Rasskazova, A. Tkhostov // European Psychiatry. — 2017. — Vol. 41. — P. S670–S670. Introduction. Patterns of personality disorders are rather widespread in oncology settings (Meyer, Block, 2011, Wynn, 2015) demanding special attention of clinician (Peteet et al., 2011). Serious illness threatening person’s life as well as severe treatment and side effects lead to specific self-regulatory emotional and cognitive efforts (Leventhal et al., 2002). Personality could both play an important role in this process (Dahl, 2010) predicting adjustment and survival (Price et al., 2016) and change in line with illness pathogenesis. Objectives. For patients with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) waiting for transplantation personality patterns could be important predictors of operation success and further adjustment. Aim was to reveal personality patterns specific for patients with ALL. Methods. 25 patients with ALL (11 males, 37.4±9.5 years old) filled Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory – III (Millon et al., 2009) and Big Five Questionnairie – 2 (Caprara et al., 1993). Comparison group included 180 people of the same age and gender without history of mental or severe somatic disorders. Results. Male patients comparing to healthy males were lower on emotional control and higher in negativistic personality pattern (p<.05). Female patients were higher on dynamism but lower in openness to culture and antisocial pattern (p<.05). They rarely expressed patterns of borderline disorder and drug dependence but reported more compulsive traits (p<.05). Conclusions. Severe illness could increase likelihood of emotion regulation difficulties and passive-aggressive coping strategies in male patients while stimulate activity and compulsive behavior in females. These patterns should be taken into account in psychological preparation of patents to transplantation. [ DOI ]

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