Implications à long terme des abus physiques/sexuels sur la sphère pelvi-périnéale

Long term perineal manifestations of childhood physical/sexual abuse

Résumé

Le traitement d’une patiente victime d’abus physiques/sexuels durant l’enfance est un processus long et intriqué qui peut prendre plusieurs années. Malheureusement, une somatisation associée à de multiples plaintes physiques risque même ultérieurement de compliquer la prise en charge. Comme le plancher pelvien est un tout physiologique et émotionnel inséparable du souvenir du traumatisme de l’abus, l’intervention par une équipe de spécialistes reste la meilleure possibilité de récupération d’une vie, d’un corps et d’un esprit délivré de la douleur.

Summary

The management of a patient with a past history of physical/sexual abuse is a long and intricate process that may take years to complete. Unfortunately, the associated somatisation and pathological breakdowns will complicate the process even further. However, with the pelvic floor being a physical and emotional whole optimal intervention by a specialized team that is suitable to address the inseparable complexity of this unfortunate trauma will ensure recovery and a pain-free life, body and mind.

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Watier, A., Katz, D., Tabisel, R.L. et al. Implications à long terme des abus physiques/sexuels sur la sphère pelvi-périnéale. Acta Endosc 32, 251–267 (2002). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF03020228

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  • abus physiques
  • périnée

Key-words

  • physical abuse
  • perineum