Two Clinical Cases with Paranoid-hallucinatory State: Explained by “D-cell Hypothesis” of Mental Illnesses

The “D-cell hypothesis,” which was derived from post-mortem brain studies on schizophrenia patients, demonstrates the biochemical and cellular aetiology of the paranoid-hallucinatory state. Two psychotic examples are shown to support the “D-cell hypothesis” in describing the pathophysiology of stress-induced paranoid-hallucinatory state due to NSC suppression.

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Keiko Ikemoto
Department of Psychiatry, Iwaki City Medical Center 16, Kusehara, Mimaya-machi, Uchigo, Iwaki-city, 973-8555, Japan.

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