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disorder

a disturbance of public order or peace. Its existence may trigger extended police powers.
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(1) The second sister probably escaped the delusional disorder as she was educated, had friends, and married.
The medical committee examined the woman twice and decided that she suffers from a delusional disorder.
Judge John Lodge made a hospital order after being told how psychiatrists had concluded that Oakey had a mental illness known as "persistent delusional disorder".
At final follow-up, 65 of these subjects had received diagnoses of nonaffective psychosis because they met the criteria for schizophrenia (53 subjects), persistent delusional disorder (3), or acute transient psychotic disorders (9).
The husband opposed the divorce and claimed that she suffered from a psychological condition called "delusional disorder".
Alison Flower, 45, suffered a "delusional disorder" that she was seriously ill.
Primary DP is a delusional disorder of the somatic type in which the person has a fixed belief in some physical defect or medical condition.
Coverage includes assessment principles; mental disorders and conditions--mood disorders, schizophrenia and delusional disorder, post traumatic stress, substance abuse, personality disorders, neurological and medical disorders, and impulsivity and aggression; outpatient, inpatient, and emergency treatment settings; treatment and management options, including psychopharmacology and electroconvulsive therapy, psychotherapeutic interventions, and seclusion and restraint; working with special populations such as children, adolescents, and the elderly; and various special topics, such as forensic issues, legal issues, sexual violence, violence toward mental health professionals, intimate partner violence, workplace violence, and school violence.
A psychiatrist testified at trial that he "was clearly suffering from a delusional disorder" and "was not aware of the wrongness of his behavior at the time"
In particular he finds that the king suffered from Paranoid Personality Disorder, which deteriorated into Delusional Disorder, both conditions as defined in the standard system of psychiatric classification.
Possible association between delusional disorder, somatic type and reduced regional cerebral blood flow.
He awakens with Capgras syndrome, a delusional disorder that prevents him from identifying his older sister, Karin, his caretaker after his accident.