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What does "acute schizophrenia" mean?
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Dr. Lawrence Smith
Clinical Psychology
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In brief: Newer Symptoms
Acute schizophrenia usually refers to the onset of symptoms in a previously healthy person.
This is often a young adult who is beginning to show odd behavior over a relatively short period of time. Such symptoms can include delusions, hallucinations, and disordered thinking (illogical or incoherent speech). This contrasts with "chronic schizophrenia, " which relates to long-term symptom patterns.

In brief: Newer Symptoms
Acute schizophrenia usually refers to the onset of symptoms in a previously healthy person.
This is often a young adult who is beginning to show odd behavior over a relatively short period of time. Such symptoms can include delusions, hallucinations, and disordered thinking (illogical or incoherent speech). This contrasts with "chronic schizophrenia, " which relates to long-term symptom patterns.
Dr. Lawrence Smith
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