Can schizophrenia begin after age 44?

@article{Rabins1984CanSB,
  title={Can schizophrenia begin after age 44?},
  author={Peter V. Rabins and Stephen G. Pauker and Julie Thomas},
  journal={Comprehensive psychiatry},
  year={1984},
  volume={25 3},
  pages={
          290-3
        }
}
Abstract Thirty-five patients who developed a delusional disorder after age 44 were studied to determine whether they had symptom profiles different from age-matched affectively ill patients and whether they were similar to patients described in the European literature as suffering late onset schizophrenia. Patients were predominantly women and most had auditory hallucinations. Two-thirds and first-rank symptoms of Schneider. DSM-III critera were retrospectively applied: 21 patients met all DSM… CONTINUE READING

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