mood-congruent psychosis

mood-congruent psychosis

manifesting delusions or hallucinations with thematic content consistent with depression for a major depressive episode or consistent with mania for a manic episode.

mood-congruent psychotic features

A mental healthcare term of art referring to delusions or hallucinations with content that reflects a patient’s current mood (e.g., depressed or manic).
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(8) A second lifetime mania might be especially likely in patients whose index episode involved mood-congruent psychosis, low premorbid work functioning, and an initial manic episode, as opposed to a mixed episode (17) or early age at onset.