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Reactive psychosis

Reactive psychosis (also referred to as psychogenic psychoses) are mental disorders psychotic that arise due to the impact of superstrong shocks, trauma, emotionally significant to the individual. Already in the first classification of psychoses F. Plater (1662) singled out a particular type, which is denoted by the term «commotio animi» (turmoil soul, emotional turmoil). This can manifest and great joy and sadness deadly and uncontrollable anger, and other types of diseases, including delirium. In ICD-10, the term "psychogenic disorder" refers to those cases in which the actual life events or problems
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