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the simultaneous presence of two independent but interactive medical disorders

co-occurring disorder

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the disorder that appeared first in a client's life

primary diagnosis

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the disorder that appeared second in the client's life

secondary diagnosis

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a pathological elevated or depressed disturbance of mood

mood disorder

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a cluster of symptoms that occur together for a sustained period

mood episode

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extremely elevated mood, energy and unusual thought patterns

manic

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a mild form of mania

hypomanic

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a disorder that is characterized by thinking disturbances, sensory hallucinations, delusions, bizarre behavior and deterioration of vernal level of functioning

schizophrenia

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type of schizophrenia where delusions and hallucinations predominate

Paranoid schizophrenia

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type of schizophrenia where speech and behavior predominate

disorganized schizophrenia

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type of schizophrenia where catalepsy, stupor, extreme agitation and negativism predominate

catatonic

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type of schizophrenia where no clinical feature predominates

undifferentiated

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type of schizophrenia where predominate symptoms no longer predominate

residual

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a disorder similar to schizophrenia but marked by a sudden onset with resolution in two weeks to six months

schizophreniform

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a disorder that includes persistent delusions, auditory hallucinations or formal thoughts consistent with the acute phase of schizophrenia and accompanied with manic or depressive symptoms

schizoaffective

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a personality disorder with a pattern of detachment from social relationships and a restricted range of emotional expression

schizoid personality disorder

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a personality disorder with a pattern of acute discomfort in close relationships, cognitive or perceptual distortions and eccentricities or behavior

schizotypical personality disorder

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a personality disorder with a pattern of preoccupation with orderliness, perfectionism and control

obsessive-compulsive personality disorder