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Can a person with schizophrenia have only the "positive" symptoms, without the "negative" ones?
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Dr. Taliba Foster
Pediatrics - Psychiatry
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In brief: Positive signs for s
Yes. Absolutely. Schizophrenics have an altered state of reality and perception.
It is quite possible for them to have the postive symptoms such as delusions, hallucinations, and frank psychoses. Typically these symproms respond best to medications.

In brief: Positive signs for s
Yes. Absolutely. Schizophrenics have an altered state of reality and perception.
It is quite possible for them to have the postive symptoms such as delusions, hallucinations, and frank psychoses. Typically these symproms respond best to medications.
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Dr. BUSHRA AZIZ
Psychiatry
In brief: No
A schizophrenic person could have positive and negative symptoms.

In brief: No
A schizophrenic person could have positive and negative symptoms.
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