dysmorphic

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dysmorphic

(dɪsˈmɔːfɪk)
adj
relating to or resulting in misshapenness of parts of the body
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There's a lot of crossover between aesthetic nasal surgery and some other psychological entity called body dysmorphia, where patients have a skewed perception of their own physique," he said.
This, in turn, causes dissatisfaction with both body muscularity and body fat, leading to consequent development of thinness- and muscularity-focused pathology, include eating disorders (Ricciardelli & McCabe, 2004), muscle dysmorphia (Murray et al.
Despite having an amazing body, Baldoni struggles with body dysmorphia and the pressure to always be to in shape.
In 2016, she also admitted she'd experienced reverse body dysmorphia - which led her to believe she was a size 10, when really she was a size 16.
As the panel opened up a discussion about people spending money on "Barbie vaginas" (plastic surgery on their nether regions), Nadia revealed: "I certainly remember that after having my baby, sitting there with my legs open with a mirror and sobbing my eyes out because it was SO deformed - and that's a kind of dysmorphia, isn't it?
BRITAIN'S self-confessed vainest man - who is battling body dysmorphia - is spending PS20,000 transforming his image saying: "I hate who I have become and how I look.
And while Robert is just working on his confidence to help his body dysmorphia, many other men can end up suffering severe pressure to lose weight.
Apart from helping readers understand many facets of gender dysmorphia, the title also offers practical tips such as dealing with prescriptions and insurance.
There have been quite a few well-publicized misdiagnoses of gender dysmorphia that have fallen into the "first do no harm" category, leaving transsexuals feeling mutilated and desperately unhappy with the sex they have become.
Cultural Adaptation of the Peruvian Version of the Muscle Appearance Satisfaction Scale (MASS) for Muscle Dysmorphia
Sonia Roberts suffers with body dysmorphia and was "dragged" to a gym five years ago by friends - and was instantly addicted.