Psychiatric manifestations of Huntington disease include cognitive decline, depressive and manic symptoms, and psychosis.
Research suggests that solicitousness is a side effect of catastrophizing, but is not the main goal.
More than 95% of patients with schizophrenia who participated in a study had a prior somatic issue.
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