Flashcards in delusion Deck (13):
person has crystalized, fixed beliefs of an often single delusion. there are no hallucination!
can people with delusional disorder live normal lives?
yes. often do.
delusion in which patient thinks that someone has been replaced by an imposter.
patient believes that different people are in fax the same person who changes appearance or disguise.
what causes fergoli
temporal lobe lesions and fusiform gyrus.
folie a deux
when a delusion is transmitted to another person.
feeling disconnected to one's person physically. not feeling in control of speech or physical movements. out of body experiences.
belief that one is dead
bath salts user experience
HA, heart palpitations, nausea, cold finger, hallucinations, panic attacks, paranoia, violence, heart attack, kidney failure, liver failure, suicide, dehydration, increased tolerance for pain. skeletal muscle breakdown.
heroin-like drug that rots flesh and bone.
delusional parasitosis. somatic delusion in which the patient believes that they have a parasitic infection.
believes that a high-powered stranger, usually a celebrity is in love with them. usually occurs during psychosis in schizophrenia patients. patient believes that a secrete admirer is sending them telepathic messages of love through the media.. stalking during erotomania is delusional, not secondary gain.