MUNCHAUSEN FAMILY

@article{Burman1977MUNCHAUSENF,
  title={MUNCHAUSEN FAMILY},
  author={David Burman and David Stevens},
  journal={The Lancet},
  year={1977},
  volume={310}
}

Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy

Munchausen Syndrome and the Wide Spectrum of Factitious Disorders.

The syndrome was named after Karl Friedrich Hieronymus, Baron von Münchhausen, a German nobleman who became famous as a narrator of false and exaggerated exploits, and was progressively corrupted to Munchausen.

Artifizielle Störungen, Simulation und Körperintegritätsidentitätsstörung

Patienten mit artifiziellen Storungen tauschen korperliche oder seelische Symptome vor, aggravieren sie oder fugen sie sich selbst zu. Die Tatsache der Tauschung ist den Patienten bewusst, nicht

Criminal poisoning: Munchausen by proxy.

Literary Factitious Epilepsy Syndromes

A review of factitious epileptic syndromes provides insights into factitious seizures and epilepsy.

Munchausen syndrome by proxy

Munchausen syndrome by proxy.

Five children (3F:2M), in the age group 1 years to 11 years, with Munchausen syndrome by proxy are reported from the Sultanate of Oman, where the mother came up with history of uncontrolled epilepsy and carbamazepine was the most common antiepileptic drug used.

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