Factitious disorder

What is Factitious disorder?

A factitious disorder is a condition in which a person acts as if they have an illness by deliberately producing, feigning, or exaggerating symptoms

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is Kabuki syndrome passed on from the other or father? what causes the disorder? what population will have the disorder? which autosomes is/are...

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Thank you for asking!
Kabuki syndrome is known with the name "Kabuki make up" syndrome. this is a disorder caused by mutations in the MML2 gene ,...

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I was a CPSW worker for 6 years. After several other workers had had this case, I was assigned it and had it for 3 years. One of the 3 children was...

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Just forget it and move on.

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I think you did a great job and absolutely no one has...

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I have been diagnosed with somatoform disorder and should I consult and have become paralyzed from waist down and it has been almost two months. I...

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Thank you for asking. Some time itss too early to diagnose some one as somatoform. If lets assume you have been diagnosed right, then...

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