delusional


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de·lu·sion·al

(dē-lū'zhŭn-ăl),
Relating to a delusion.

de·lu·sion·al

(dĕ-lū'zhŭn-ăl)
Relating to a delusion.
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She also said, however, that a delusional disorder is a rare condition.
Jailing Richardson, Judge Griffith-Jones told her: "The anger you felt was caused by delusional beliefs, because the criticisms of your mother were in truth misplaced.
He's factually aware there is an execution date, but because of his delusional thought content, he doesn't believe that date applies to him or that he will be executed because of a crime he's committed," Black said.
Many perceptual delusions seem to be beliefs nurtured by unusual, and even hallucinatory states, while what Radden calls 'delusional perceptions' are perceptual states given unusual significance because of the relation they have to a preexisting delusional belief system (17-31).
Hylwa and her colleagues performed what they said was "the first study that has addressed the histologic analysis of skin biopsy specimens and patient provided specimens from a relatively large number of patients presenting with delusional infestation.
Delusional are those saying that the Arab revolutions will remain skin-deep and will not reach the social and economic structure of the countries affected by the recent events, and that the situation will go back to being the same as it was during the years of Egyptian stalemate and Tunisian despotism.
Harrison, who will be 39 when he steps into the ring against his ex-England amateur team-mate Haye, said: "Everyone told me I was delusional when I said I'd be fighting for a world title.
Her family doctor said that she did not have delusional disorder.
A DRUNKEN man who stabbed his stepson to death was suffering a mental disorder which made him delusional, a jury heard yesterday.
Cardiff Coroner Mary Hassell, recording a verdict of suicide, said: "Alison took her own life whilst suffering from delusional disorder.
Delusional misidentification syndrome includes a group of disorders that present delusions about oneself, others, places and objects.
To the Editor: Delusional parasitosis (DP) (Ekbom syndrome, psychogenic parasitosis, chronic tactile hallucinosis) is a false but unshakable conviction of personal infection by 'bugs' of some sort; that is, ecto- or endoparasites or other pathogens.