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Undiagnosed Schizophrenia 1

Undiagnosed Causes of Schizophrenia 1

As part of Schizophrenia 1 diagnosis, consider whether any of these underlying medical Schizophrenia 1 causes may have been overlooked:

  • Hereditary is a significant risk factor for schizophrenia and there have been a number of genes which have been linked to a susceptibility for developing schizophrenia. A genetic risk coupled with an environmental trigger is considered the main cause of schizophrenia by many experts. There also appears to be a link between maternal genital or reproductive infection at the time of conception to an increased risk of developing schizophrenia in the baby
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Undiagnosed Complications of Schizophrenia 1

As part of Schizophrenia 1 diagnosis, consider whether any of these Schizophrenia 1 complications may have been overlooked:

  • Patients tend to face an increased risk of substance abuse which can exacerbate symptoms in some patients
  • Patients tend to face an increased risk of suicide
  • Violent acts
  • More complications »

Undiagnosed Diseases

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About undiagnosed conditions:

One possible misdiagnosis is the failure to correctly diagnose Schizophrenia 1 leading to a person remaining with undiagnosed Schizophrenia 1. Any condition can potentially be missed and stay undiagnosed. For a general overview of diseases that are often undiagnosed, see Failure to Diagnose or Under-Diagnosed Diseases.

 

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