Psychotic disorder due to another disease is hallucination or delusions, which are caused by another medical disorder.

A psychosis include symptoms such as delusions, hallucinations, disorganized thinking and speech, as well as bizarre and inappropriate motor behavior, demonstrating a loss of contact with reality.

Psychotic disorder due to another disease is hallucination or delusions, which are caused by another medical disorder. A psychosis include symptoms such as delusions, hallucinations, disorganized thinking and speech, as well as bizarre and inappropriate motor behavior, demonstrating a loss of contact with reality. This diagnosis is applied when a psychosis is present due to the physiological effects of a disease. Examples include psychotic behavior or olfactory hallucinations that are sometimes associated with temporal lobe epilepsy and the contralateral neglect syndrome, which is sometimes caused by parietal lobe lesions. To the other medical disorders that can cause psychosis, including CNS tumors and infections, stroke, migraine, and various endocrine disorders. The diagnosis is not used when patients psychologically mediated response to a medical illness (eg. As ICU psychosis), psychosis due to the effects of drugs or drug withdrawal or delirium caused by a disease. It is essential to establish a time relationship between the medical and psychotic condition (i. E., They begin and end at the same time). The treatment of any medical condition often reduces the severity of psychotic symptoms, but some patients require a specific treatment of psychotic symptoms.

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