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Letters to the Editor

Monosymptomatic Hypochondriacal Psychosis or Tardive Dystonia?

Branka Aukst-Margetić, MD, and Branimir Margetić, MD

Published: February 15, 2006

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Sir: We read with interest the letter to the editor by Chand et al.1 The case inspired us to remember a patient presented with the clinical picture of monosymptomatic hypochondriacal psychosis (MHP) who died in our department 11 years ago. He was in his forties, and his earliest complaints were weakness, tiredness, stomach "butterflies," and poor sleep.’ ‹


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Volume: 67

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