Dissociative disorder of consciousness

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Dissociative disorders of consciousness are dissociative disorders that mainly manifest themselves psychologically, while in the case of conversion disorders, the dissociation only affects physical functions. The following are considered dissociative disorders of consciousness:

Individual evidence

  1. a b Peter P. Urban (Ed.): Clinical-neurological investigation techniques , 2nd edition, Georg Thieme Verlag, Stuttgart 2016, ISBN 9783131599025 , p. 303, doi : 10.1055 / b-0036-133653 .