Schneider first rank symptoms

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Schnei·der first rank symp·toms

(schnī'dĕr),
those symptoms that, when present, indicate that the diagnosis of schizophrenia is likely, provided that organic or toxic etiology is ruled out: delusion of control, thought broadcasting, thought withdrawal, thought insertion, hearing one's thoughts spoken aloud, auditory hallucinations that comment on one's behavior, and auditory hallucinations in which two voices carry on a conversation.
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First rank symptoms of schizophrenia were present in 76.
Variations in the prevalence of Schneider's first rank symptoms has been another prominent finding on comparison with the transcultural studies (Table-2).
First rank symptoms of schizophrenia are useful in establishing the diagnosis but their absence doesn't exclude it.
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Cultural Relativity of First Rank symptoms in schizophrenia.
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A study of schneider's first rank symptoms of schizophrenia in Algerian patients.