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Flat affect

Introduction: Flat affect

Description of Flat affect

Flat affect: Medical term for having an expressionless or emotionless face.

Flat affect: Related Topics

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Flat affect as a Symptom

Flat affect (symptom): Type of Lack of facial expression.

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