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[Clinical features and course of schizophrenia developing in patients during remote periods following cranio-cerebral injuries].

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By means of clinical and follow up studies 340 patients were examined in the late period of brain trauma. Among this group 90 patients were distinguished who had an increasing endogenization of psychotic conditions and transformation of post-traumatic personality changes with emerging negative disorders, inherent to schizophrenia. In analysing the psychotic attacks attention was drawn to the depressive content of verbal hallucinosis, the rudimentary ideas fof self-accusation in an acute paranoid state, to the elements of the Kandinsky-Clerambault syndrome in delirious states, to the prevalence of low energy level in depressions and to the short psychotic episodes in remissions of the schizoaffective psychosis.

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