Conversion disorder (CD) is a diagnostic category previously used in some
psychiatric classification systems. It is sometimes applied to patients who present
Conversion disorder, also called functional neurological symptom disorder, is a
condition in which you show psychological stress in physical ways.
Conversion disorder consists of neurologic symptoms or deficits that develop
unconsciously and nonvolitionally and usually involve motor or sensory function.
Conversion disorders tend to be poorly understood and diagnosis can be difficult.
In this article, we aim to clarify what conversion disorders are and how they ...
Conversion disorder has a history that may reach back into antiquity, and it
continues to present a clinical challenge to both psychiatrists and neurologists.
Sep 1, 2006 ... Conversion disorder, the nonepileptic seizures subtype, was diagnosed on the
basis of video EEG recordings, history, and psychological ...
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Conversion disorder, formerly called hysteria, a type of mental disorder in which
a wide variety of sensory, motor, or psychic disturbances may occur.
A conversion disorder, also called Disorder "Functional Neurological Symptom
Disorder" is a relatively uncommon mental disorder. Typically the person has ...
Conversion disorder definition, a mental disorder in which physical symptoms, as
paralysis or blindness, occur without apparent physical cause and instead ...