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All subjects had paranoid delusions; 89% had referential delusions, 53% had grandiose delusions, 32% had somatic delusions, 95% had bizarre delusions, 95% had auditory hallucinations, 68% had visual hallucinations, 26% had tactile hallucinations, 26% had olfactory hallucinations, and 63% had Schneiderian forms of hallucination (such as hearing running commentary or two or more voices conversing with each other).
Dr Stephen Barlow said Samo had a severe mental illness with bizarre delusions and symptoms of schizophrenia, but made a complete recovery.
A psychiatrist said that McFadden was suffering a severe form of schizophrenia and was plagued by bizarre delusions.
Schizophrenia consists of psychotic features, such as disorganized thinking and bizarre delusions, and so-called negative symptoms, such as apathy and social withdrawal.
Individuals with paranoid schizophrenia commonly have extremely bizarre delusions or hallucinations, almost always on a specific theme.
She said he'd confessed to seeking out a woman for sex at knifepoint and told of bizarre delusions from which he suffered.