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What is Brissaud-Marie syndrome?

What is Brissaud-Marie syndrome?

  • Brissaud-Marie syndrome: A rare disorder characterized by symptoms similar to those caused by neurological diseases but there is no physical evidence to confirm neurological involvement. The symptoms are not feigned or intentionally produced.

Brissaud-Marie syndrome: Introduction

Types of Brissaud-Marie syndrome:

Broader types of Brissaud-Marie syndrome:

What causes Brissaud-Marie syndrome?

Causes of Brissaud-Marie syndrome: see causes of Brissaud-Marie syndrome

What are the symptoms of Brissaud-Marie syndrome?

Symptoms of Brissaud-Marie syndrome: see symptoms of Brissaud-Marie syndrome

Brissaud-Marie syndrome: Testing

Diagnostic testing: see tests for Brissaud-Marie syndrome.

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Brissaud-Marie syndrome.

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Brissaud-Marie syndrome: Neurologist, Psychiatrist ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Brissaud-Marie syndrome.
Treatments for Brissaud-Marie syndrome: see treatments for Brissaud-Marie syndrome

Name and Aliases of Brissaud-Marie syndrome

Main name of condition: Brissaud-Marie syndrome

Other names or spellings for Brissaud-Marie syndrome:

conversion hysteria, conversion reaction, conversion symptoms, hysterical glossolabial paralysis


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