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Conversion disorder

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Common Conversion Disorder Characteristics from traumadissociation.com/dissociativemovement : "In the ICD-10 diagnostic manual, the different types of Conversion Disorder are referred to as Dissociative Disorders of Movement and Sensation. Conversion Disorder is also known as Functional Neurological Symptom Disorder (FND). [1]:1345 Some forms of conversion disorder are referred to as psychogenic disorders, e.g., Psychogenic Blindness."

Conversion disorders: pseudoseizures (PNES), psychogenic blindness and deafness, paralysis, anaesthesia (sensory loss), tremor, syncope, dissociative motor & movement disorders. DSM-5 Code 300.11, ICD F44.4 F44.5 F44.6. Includes physical differences between alters in Dissociative Identity Disorder.

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