Schizophrenia-Glossary

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Dr. Trupti Shirole
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Glossary

Neuroleptics - Drugs like Anti-psychotics which reduce the features of psychosis.

CTScan - Computerized Tomography Scan.

Delusion - Fixed, irrational ideas not shared by others and not responding to reasoned argument.

Hallucination - Perceptions that occur without any external stimulus.

Neuroleptic drugs - The standard drugs currently used to treat the symptoms of schizophrenia.

Manic depressive disorder - A periodic, recurrent mood disorder with intervening periods of complete normalcy.

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ajesh-

I have one mental problem started 2 years firstly i did not clarified but the soon they have very bad habit that like the other person sexual parts [ie like ....] and men and wowans personaly disorders type what is the problem

I feel harmones/vitamins/minerals may also play a role in SZ. what are the test can be conducted for male 28 years having SZ since 10 years mvkulk

My son is diagnosied for SZ 10 years back. He is 28y now. What consultation treatment u can offer online??????? mvkulk

sonali77

my husband have a schizophrenia recently , we are decided for family planning ? will the child be normal ? or any crisis exist . can we wait for a time , how long ???

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