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(factitious disorder)
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  • A Systematic Approach to the Detection of False PTSD. [Journal Article]
  • JAJ Am Acad Psychiatry Law 2019 Jun 10
  • Matto M, McNiel DE, Binder RL
  • Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) can occur after a traumatic experience and can cause severe symptoms that interfere with a person's psychological, physical, interpersonal, occupational, and soci…
  • Repeated Enterocutaneous Fistula in a Munchausen Syndrome Patient. [Case Reports]
  • CRCase Rep Gastroenterol 2019 Jan-Apr; 13(1):173-177
  • Hagiwara T, Munakata S, … Sakamoto K
  • Munchausen syndrome is a rare type of mental disorder in which the patient fakes illness to gain attention and sympathy. Patients may lie about symptoms, make themselves appear sick, or make themselv…
  • Delusional health beliefs. [Journal Article]
  • MLMed Leg J 2019 May 20; :25817219845512
  • May P
  • Delusional health beliefs can be difficult and costly for practitioners to diagnose and manage. Patients often deny that mental distress is the cause of their illness, when it may be the most signifi…
  • Dopamine dysregulation syndrome in non-Parkinson's disease patients: a systematic review. [Journal Article]
  • APAustralas Psychiatry 2019 Apr 29; :1039856219839476
  • Cartoon J, Ramalingam J
  • CONCLUSIONS: The pathophysiology underlying dopamine dysregulation syndrome has been thoroughly explored with numerous mechanisms posited. What remains unclear is whether dopamine dysregulation syndrome is a phenomenon specific to Parkinson's disease, as indicated in the proposed diagnostic criteria. A more useful predictor of susceptibility to dopamine dysregulation syndrome may be temperamental traits such as novelty seeking and impulsivity, which overlap with predisposing factors for an addiction disorder.
  • The Incidence of Diagnosis of Munchausen Syndrome, Other Factitious Disorders, and Malingering. [Journal Article]
  • BNBehav Neurol 2019; 2019:3891809
  • Schrader H, Bøhmer T, Aasly J
  • CONCLUSIONS: There is a male predominance for the diagnosis of malingering. An earlier suspicion of a female predominance for Munchausen syndrome is upheld. There is significant underdiagnosing and misdiagnosing for both conditions and for factitious disorders in general. To separate the most serious form of factitious disorders from milder forms and to facilitate more systematic research, we recommend a specific ICD diagnosis for Munchausen syndrome.
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