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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Many of the Schneider's first rank symptoms were present.
[4] Because of psychotic symptoms, 31% of patients with bipolar I disorder were mistakenly diagnosed as having other disorders with obvious psychotic symptoms such as schizophrenia or substance use induced psychotic disorders.[5] The reason for this may be related to clinical practitioners who believe that Schneider's first rank symptoms are specific symptoms of schizophrenia.[6] Patients with bipolar II disorder were usually misdiagnosed as having unipolar depression.[7] The reason might be related to the disease characteristics of bipolar disorder.
First Rank symptoms of schizophrenia occurred in 61 patients (76.20%) in this study which is consistent with study by Malik (67%)15.
First rank symptoms of schizophrenia are useful in establishing the diagnosis but their absence doesn't exclude it.
Cultural Relativity of First Rank symptoms in schizophrenia.
First Rank Symptoms and diagnosis of schizophrenia in developing countries.
Schneider's first rank symptoms of schizophrenia: Prevalence and diagnostic use.
A study of schneider's first rank symptoms of schizophrenia in Algerian patients.