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BehaveNet® Clinical Capsule™: Substance-Induced Psychotic Disorder -
When there is evidence that alcohol or other drugs directly cause
hallucinations or delusions not associated with delirium diagnosis of this
substance related disorder may be appropriate.
Behaviuoral Disorders Due To Psychoactive Substance - Drug Abuse,
Opioid Withdrawal, Psychoadive Substance-Induced Organic Mental Disorders
& Sedative Withdrawal/hypnotic/anxiolytic.
Substance-Induced Psychotic Disorder - Substance-Induced Psychotic
Disorder (SIPD) displays psychotic symptoms (hallucinations not recognized
by the individual as substance-induced, or delusions). In order to justify
this diagnosis if they, the psychotic symptoms, must occur within a month
after substance intoxication or withdrawal, or as a result of medication
that caused the symptoms. PsychNet.UK.
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