Paranoid Syndromes of the Senium
All of us have a tendency at times to want to blame our problems on others, but we generally temper this with reality so that it is temporary and not a major problem for us. Among elderly psychiatric patients, however, paranoid symptoms are both common and fascinating, and present a challenge in understanding and treating them.
KeywordsPernicious Anemia Senile Dementia Paranoid Ideation Paranoid Symptom Paranoid Psychosis
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