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Psychotic Symptoms Related to other Conditions
Psychotic symptoms related to other conditions

As can be seen from earlier sections of this book, both psychotic and nonpsychotic disorders can be associated with psychotic symptoms in children and adolescents. However, it is also important to note that hallucinations may be present in a variety of other conditions and may even be present in nonpathological states. What follows is a review of several other diagnostic possibilities that should be considered by the clinician when faced with a young person who is experiencing hallucinations or other symptoms of a psychotic illness.

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Childhood play is often characterized by imaginative play, which is not only a very normal activity, but is an essential component of development. However, there are ...

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