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Developed erotomania in the treatment of obsessıve-compulsive disorder: a case report

Osman Sabuncuoğlu, Yankı Yazgan, Meral Berkem.

The observations on the psychotic features of clinical presentation
of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) has been an interesting
topic for most researchers. Despite the fact that our
knowledge of childhood onset OCD is growing day to day, our
understanding of development of delusional thought is still limited.
In the present paper, a 14 year-old female adolescent
who developed erotomania during the course of obsessivecompulsive
disorder is discussed in the context of psychopathology
and development.It is aimed to broaden our understanding
of OCD and delusional disorder phenomena.

Key words: erotomania,obsessive-compulsive disorder, adolescent,childhood

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