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Indeed, some of the gynaecologists involved in the study perceived the patients as influential too, especially those who were more apt to describe the social effects of the symptoms, to catastrophize, and specifically to request a hysterectomy. As the authors conclude, this may merely be a part of the process and a good deal of influence may take place of which the physician is not fully aware. Clients who have imbued themselves with the milieu and spirit of health care can perhaps develop such an expertise that they are able to ensure that things turn out to their advantage.
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