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Delusio

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Delusio est fides falsa, firmissime habita, etiam contra argumenta contraria superioria. Haec pathologia differt a fide in res imperfectas, confabulationem, dogma, illusionem, vel alia perceptionis effecta condita.

Delusiones plerumque fiunt in malo neurologico vel morbo psychiatrico, quamquam nulli malo praecipuo definiuntur, et fiunt in multis statibus pathologicis, corporis et mentis. Momentum autem diagnosticum habent in malis psychoticis, inter quae schizophrenia, paraphrenia, mania mali bipolare eventus, et depressio psychotica.

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Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

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