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Hallucinated pain, no pain perceived in psychosis

Abstract : In the psychosis, perceptions, sensations and the subjective experience of pain can be altered, and sometimes completely suppressed. Some schizophrenie patients mutilate themselfs and seem te feel no pain or use sensory excitation to struggle against angst that terrify themselfs (sink a pointed object, blind to the sun, etc.) Other schizophrenies patients have terrifies expériences in wich they hallucinate very intense pain against which they tried to struggle. These pathological functioning modes will be presented from a clinical observation.
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Guy Gimenez, Jean-Louis Pedinielli. Hallucinated pain, no pain perceived in psychosis. Douleur et Analgésie, Springer Verlag/Lavoisier, 2001, Douleur et Analgésie, 14, pp.113 - 118. ⟨10.1007/BF03008109⟩. ⟨hal-01384565⟩

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