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Types of Psychotic Disorder
· Brief Psychotic Episode: symptoms have lasted > 1 day but < 1 month, and the patient has returned to pre-morbid functioning in that time. Uncommon. May develop in response to severe psychosocial stressor. More common in personality disorders (histrionic, narcissistic, paranoid, schizotypal, borderline)
· Schizoaffective Disorder: manic or depressive syndrome develops concurrently
· Delusional Disorder: non-bizarre delusions present for 1 month without any other symptoms of schizophrenia
· Schizophreniform Disorder: duration of > 1 month but < 6 months (may progress to schizophrenia)
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