A Case of Folie à  Trois Induced by a Child

Daniel Ilzarbe, MD; Laura Vigo, MD; Elena Ros-Cucurull, MD; Inmaculada Baeza, MD, PhD; and Gisela Sugranyes, MD, PhD

Published: January 28, 2015

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Shared psychotic disorder is a clinical condition in which people in close association share delusions of similar content. While the most common cases of shared psychotic disorder involve 2 people, in some rare cases a larger number of individuals are affected, with few reports in children. We present a case of a child involved in a folie í  trois, a psychosis shared by 3 persons.

Volume: 76

Quick Links: Child and Adolescent , Populations

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