Folie à deux or shared psychosis, is a psychiatric syndrome in which symptoms
of a delusional .... History of Psychiatry 9: 383–395; Jump up ^ Dewhurst,
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Jan 7, 2014 ... Shared psychotic disorder, or folie à deux, is a rare delusional disorder shared by
2 or, occasionally, more people with close emotional ties.
We suggest that folie a deux is a group-originated disorder. We use the
theoretical ..... Different leaders (e.g. historical figures) are analyzed. A patient is ...
Shared psychotic disorder, also known as folie a deux ("the folly of two"), is a rare
condition in which an otherwise healthy person (secondary case) shares the ...
Aug 8, 2006 ... The early criteria for 'Folie à Deux' outlined by Lasègue and Farlet .... 3) Family
History: In the years 1993–2005, family psychiatric history was ...
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Folie à deux. 2. Medical history. Mr A has no chronic medical conditions.
Premorbid personality. Mr A described himself as a quiet and shy person with no
psychosis. Claims for priority. RCgis (1 880), describing folie simultane'e, gave
priority to Laskgue & Falret who coined the name folie 6 deux in a paper read to ...
This disorder is also referred to as "folie á deux." ... multiple persons, the most
significant being a case involving an entire family of 12 people (folie á douze).