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PHASE RESIDUELLE [1 record]

Record 1 2019-08-14

English

Subject field(s)
  • Psychoses
  • Psychology (General)
CONT

In the recovery ... phase, acute symptoms reduce in intensity, though some may not disappear altogether. After recovery from a first episode psychosis, some people may never experience a relapse (a second episode).

OBS

Although some authors consider the terms recovery phase and residual phase synonyms, others see them as two concepts: the residual phase is the phase in which the symptoms subside but don't disappear completely, while the recovery phase is the phase in which the person is in a stable condition with no symptoms.

French

Domaine(s)
  • Psychoses
  • Psychologie (Généralités)
CONT

Durant la phase de rétablissement, [...] les symptômes s'atténuent, sans toutefois disparaître complètement. Après qu'une personne s'est remise d'un premier épisode de psychose, il est possible qu'elle n'en connaisse jamais de second.

OBS

Bien que certains auteurs considèrent les termes phase de rétablissement et phase résiduelle comme des synonymes, d'autres les considèrent comme deux différents concepts : la phase résiduelle dans laquelle les symptômes de la psychose s'atténuent sans toutefois disparaître complètement et la phase de rétablissement dans laquelle la personne est stable et ne présente aucun symptôme.

Spanish

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