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Schizophrenia often has misdiagnosed hidden cause

The book "Preventing Misdiagnosis of Women" reports on a study citing that 83% of people with a diagnosis of schizophrenia actually had brain lesions (i.e. brain tumors) or temporal lobe seizures. See Preventing Misdiagnosis of Women (by Klonoff and Landrine); see also introduction to schizophrenia.

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