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Schizoaffective psychosis

Schizoaffective disorder - endogenous neprogredientnoe mental illness with a relatively favorable prognosis, which is characterized by recurrent attacks occurring with the presence of depression, mania, mixed disorders of endogenous nature and hallucinatory-delusional manifestations, not derivable from passion. Schizoaffective disorder was first identified Kazanin (J. Kazanin, 1933) based on an analysis of 7 patients with acute psychosis, but similar clinical descriptions were given earlier K. Kleist (K. Kleist, 1921) as the boundary, or cycloid psychoses. Most local psychiatrists, for example AB Snezhnevsky. P.A. Nadzharov (1960, 1969), hold
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