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folie

 [fo-le´] (Fr.)
psychosis; insanity.
folie à deux mental disorder affecting two persons who share the same delusions; formally classified as shared psychotic disorder.
folie du pourquoi [doo-poor-kwah´] psychopathologic constant questioning.
folie gémellaire [zha″mĕ-lār´] psychosis occurring simultaneously in twins.

fo·lie

(fō-lē'),
Old term for madness or insanity, which now is taken to mean a psychotic disorder generally of the paranoid delusional type.
[Fr. folly]

fo·lie

(fō-lē')
Old term for madness or insanity.
[Fr. folly]
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Keeping with this view, we propose a broader nosological entity than the one described by Lasegue and Falret, because the phenomenon of "folie a deux" is insufficient to elaborate all symptoms in this day.
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Au cours des premiers siecles de colonisation en Amerique, la folie s'explique a partir de la theorie des humeurs ou d'un choc emotif.
hubo un articulo en Les Temps modernes sobre Folie et deraison.firmado por el psicoanalista Octave Mannoni.
Folie induite, a variant of folie communiquee, is diagnosed when new delusions are added to old ones under the influence of another deluded patient.
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Cette quatrieme edition de 1689 se distingue toutefois par une particularite signalee par Gerard Genette (7) comme un des premiers exemples d'epigraphes de la litterature francaise, et qui consiste en une citation latine de la lettre a Martin Dorp d'Erasme a propos de la reception de L'Eloge de la Folie :
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[1,2] Lasegue and Falret first documented folie a deux in 1877, [2,3] in which there is a single associate of the psychotic individual who has induced delusions.
Se han encontrado registros del trastorno psicotico compartido (TSC) desde el siglo XVI, por William Harvey, y en la literatura se encuentra que fue descrito inicialmente por Baillarguer en el siglo XIX, como folie communiquee, pero solo hasta 1877, en Francia, Lasegue y Falret acunan el termino folie a deux, uno de los mas conocidos para nombrar esta condicion medica (1).