drug-induced psychosis

drug-induced psychosis

Neurology A drug-induced psychiatric illness in which reality is impaired, typically linked to hallucinations or delusions, leading to communication or social problems
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A man who tried to set light to a flat with a six-year-old girl inside was suffering from drug-induced psychosis.
He's suffered from drug-induced psychosis in the past."
Croly later told officers he felt he may have suffered a drug-induced psychosis, but other than that there was "little explanation" as to why he launched the assault, the judge said.
Drug-induced psychosis in Parkinson disease: phenomenology and correlations among psychosis rating instruments.
Harris had been taking "small amounts" of amphetamines leading up to the incident, but experts agreed she had not been suffering from drug-induced psychosis.
Mr Jones said Harris had been taking "small amounts" of amphetamines leading up to the incident, but experts agreed she had not been suffering from drug-induced psychosis.
The What A Girl Wants star suffered a public meltdown in 2013 as a result of drug-induced psychosis.
His defence barrister has said he was in a drug-induced psychosis at the time.
Stuart Doig knows more than most about the potential long-term dangers posed by under-age drinking, after his first taste of alcohol during his teenage years led to him being diagnosed with alcoholand drug-induced psychosis as an adult.
But within three weeks of returning to Brisbane, she was in hospital in a drug-induced psychosis which she didn't come out of for three weeks.
Many nurses questioned whether an acute inpatient unit was the right place to treat those with drug-induced psychosis, who were very unwell and could be violent and verbally abusive, Miller said.

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