Translation of psychosis in Spanish:


(p)sicosis, n.

Pronunciation /sʌɪˈkəʊsɪs//saɪˈkoʊsəs/

nounPlural psychoses

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    (p)sicosis feminine
    • Anderson et al studied 24 patients with acute psychoses who met RDC criteria for schizophrenia or mania.
    • Chronic use of GHB may produce dependence and a withdrawal syndrome that includes anxiety, insomnia, tremor, and in severe cases, treatment-resistant psychoses.
    • Most paranoid psychoses are chronic rather than episodic, but Schreber had an initial mental illness lasting from October 1884 to June 1885 from which he made a good recovery.
    • Functional psychoses include conditions such as schizophrenia, paranoia, psychopathic personality traits and manic depression.
    • Identification of these processes may also uncover mechanisms of cognitive impairment, with implications not only for AD but also for idiopathic psychoses.
    • Celebrities, too, are prone to ‘nervous exhaustion’ - doubtless the result of having to work so much harder than the rest of us - rather than drug-induced depressions, panic disorders or psychoses.
    • While 1% of patients with epilepsy admitted to the state hospital improved, 16.5% of those who developed acute psychoses remitted.
    • How strong is the evidence that cannabis is causally implicated in the precipitation or exacerbation of schizophrenia and other psychoses?
    • Zuclopenthixol is also authorised in humans as Clopixol and is for the management of schizophrenia and allied psychoses.
    • Investigators in Europe and North America suggested that children whose parents did not visit them suffered acute emotional trauma, which often caused neuroses and psychoses in youth and adulthood.
    • Thus the significant differences between LSD and schizophrenic psychoses appear to be in the affective nature of LSD psychosis and the greater incidence of delusions and auditory hallucinations in schizophrenics.
    • Only serious psychoses that required psychiatric consultation and/or treatment were considered as mental disturbances.
    • The authors emphasize that acute transient psychosis occurs far more frequently in developing countries and that these do not fit into the traditional subdivision of psychoses into schizophrenia and manic-depressive illness.
    • Brief reactive psychoses are of interest because some behaviors, otherwise considered normal in developing countries (such as trance or other dissociative-type disorders), overlap.
    • And the number hospitalised with alcohol psychoses - delirium, shaking, or memory loss - has risen by more than a third since 1997-98.
    • Fluphenazine is a member of the phenothiazine drug family and is often used in the treatment of various psychoses, mainly schizophrenia and paranoid syndromes.
    • When high levels of L-dopa were used to treat Parkinson's Disease type symptoms (immortalised in the film, ‘Awakenings’), the individuals concerned developed acute paranoid psychoses.
    • Head injury, even when associated with minimal trauma, can lead to affective psychoses and schizophrenia.
    • There is broad consensus that cognitive deficits play a crucial role for both the pathogenesis and prognosis of schizophrenic psychoses.
    • Depending on which symptoms are apparent, delirium may be mistaken for a variety of disorders including dementia, mood disorders, and functional psychoses.