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Brief Reactive Psychosis

Is a broad category of which encompasses the most serious emotional disturbances, which often renders the individual incapable of staying in contact with reality for long or short periods of time.

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  PsychNet-UK Brief Reactive Psychosis Information Sheet - Description, Causation, Treatment, Associated Features, Differential Diagnosis etc. No Video Available
  Brief Reative Psychchosis - Symptoms, Cause and Treatment. Brief psychotic disorder is a short-term illness with psychotic symptoms. The symptoms often come on suddenly, but last for less than one month, after which the person usually recovers completely. 3/5
  Brief Reative Psychosis - Symptoms and treatment - In 1913, Karl Jaspers described specific criteria for the diagnosis of reactive psychosis, including the presence of an identifiable and extremely traumatic stressor, a close relation between the stressor and the development of psychosis, and a generally benign course for the psychotic episode. 3/5
  Brief Reactive Psychosis - Is a sudden display of psychotic behavior, such as hallucinations, prompted by a stressful event. The episode lasts longer than a day but less than a month. 3/5
  MedLine Pluse - Brief Reactive Psychosis - Brief reactive psychosis is a sudden, short-term display of psychotic behavior, such as hallucinations or delusions, that occurs with a stressful event. 3/5
  MD Guides - Brief Reactive Psychosis - Brief psychotic disorder is a short-term break from reality, or an acute episode of psychotic symptoms lasting more than a day but less than 1 month. 3/5
   
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