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Symptomatic psychoses

Symptomatic psychosis psychotic states arising in some somatic diseases. This group of diseases includes infectious and non-communicable diseases, intoxication, endocrinopathy, vascular pathology. Acute symptomatic psychoses, usually occur with symptoms of stupefaction; protracted forms typically have clinical manifestations of psychopathy, depressive, paranoid, hallucinatory-paranoid states, as well as psycho-organic syndrome resistant. Initial and final stages of symptomatic psychosis characterized by asthenia. Individual somatic diseases and intoxications
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