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Title: Somatic, Factitious, and Dissociative Disorders


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Somatic, Factitious, and Dissociative Disorders
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Somatoform
  • Hysterias

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Somatoform
  • Physical symptoms suggesting a medical condition,
    but not explained by medical, substance or
    another mental disorder
  • Results in medical treatment or significant
    impairment
  • Must begin before age 30 and for several years
  • Must have multiple complaints in at least four
    different sites
  • If less symptoms or less time think
    Undifferentiated Somatoform Disorder

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Conversion Disorder
  • Symptoms that effect voluntary motor or sensory
    function
  • Psychological factors judges to be associated due
    to trigger or conflict or stressors
  • Not feigned
  • Clinically significant distress
  • Cl goes blind, hand is frozen, is paralyzed

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Pain Disorder
  • Like Conversion disorder, but Pain is the
    predominant complaint

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Hypochondriasis
  • Preoccupation with fears of having a serious
    disease based on misinterpretations of body
    symptoms
  • Preoccupation remains after medical tests
    disconfirm
  • Not delusional intensity or restricted to
    apprearance
  • At least 6 months

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Body Dysmorphic Disorder
  • Preoccupation with imagined defect in appearance
    or exaggerated defect
  • Clinically significant distress
  • Not another mental disorder
  • SOMATIC DISORDER NOS

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Factitious
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Factitious
  • Intentional production and pretending to have
    physical or psychological symptoms
  • Motivation is to have the sick role
  • Not due to external incentives
  • If it is, think Malingering

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Dissociative Disorders
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Dissociative Disorders
  • Amnesia
  • Fugue
  • DID (MPD)
  • Depersonalization
  • NOS
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