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Shared Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder in a Married Couple: A New Variant of Folie a Deux?

J Clin Psychiatry 1996;57(10):489 [letter]

Letter to the Editor

Sir: Despite the paucity of cases, dozens of papers have been written on the uncommon diagnosis of folie à deux. Perhaps one factor accounting for this interest is the rare inclusion of more than one person in a diagnosis and the fact that in all cases of folie à deux reviewed by the author, as well as in DSM-IV, patients are universally defined as delusional (shared psychotic disorder), often with bizarre content in the delusions. No accounts of these patients with which the author is familiar have included obsessive-compulsive disorder or for that matter any other nonpsychotic diagnosis.