pseudomania

pseu·do·ma·ni·a

(sū'dō-mā'nē-ă),
1. A factitious mental disorder.
2. A mental disorder in which the patient falsely claims to have committed a crime.
3. Generally, the morbid impulse to falsify or lie, as in pseudologia.

pseudomania

[-mā′nē·ə]
1 a condition in which a person claims to have committed crimes of which he or she is really innocent.
2 a deliberately pretended condition of mental illness.

pseu·do·ma·ni·a

(sū'dō-mā'nē-ă)
1. A factitious mental disorder.
2. A mental disorder in which the patient falsely claims to have committed a crime.
3. Generally, the morbid impulse to falsify or lie, as in pseudologia.

pseudomania

(soo-dō-mā′nē-ă) [″ + mania, madness]
1. A psychosis in which patients falsely accuse themselves of crimes that they think they have committed.
2. Pathological lying.