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Cool Schizophrenia, Residual type

Residual type, Schizophrenia :

Abscence of Positive symptoms

Prescence of Negative symptoms
- Flat affect
- Poor grooming
- Social withdrawal

Correct or Add plz !
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That is correct:
So no hallucination (no voices) or delusions, absence of disorganized speech /behavior, it is burned out schizophrenia characterized by flat affect, anhedonia, cognitive deficit, attention deficit & withdrawal/ isolation.


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