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derangement

 [de-rānj´ment]
1. older term for a mental disorder.
2. disarrangement of a part or organ.

de·range·ment

(dĕ-rānj'ment),
1. A disturbance of the regular order or arrangement.
2. Rarely used term for a mental disturbance or disorder.
[Fr.]

de·range·ment

(dĕ-rānj'mĕnt)
1. A disturbance of the regular order or arrangement.
2. Older term for a mental disturbance or disorder.
[Fr.]
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