volume 13, issue 3, P120-123 2008
DOI: 10.17986/blm.2008133680
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Muhammet Mustafa Arslan, Ali Eren, Necmi Çekin

Abstract: SUMMARYPatients with psychiatric diseases have higher levels of mortality compared to the normal population. Because underlying diseases could be overlooked due to negative emotional status, the effects of phsycotropic drugs and clinical progression of the current disease. In the current study, we presented two cases in which two schizophrenic patients died because of overlooked organic diseases like late-diagnosed blunt head trauma and undiagnosed acute abdomen.The first case was a schizophrenic 37 years-old…

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