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Reduplicative Paramnesia

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Rare and Unusual Psychiatric Disorders
Patients suffering from reduplicative paramnesia believe that familiar places and objects in their life have been duplicated elsewhere. In one case, a 72-year-old woman was convinced that her home and everything in it had been duplicated.
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In another case of Morvan's, the patient reported reduplicative paramnesia; he firmly believed that his home had been copied by a stranger and that the replica existed 40 miles away.
Neuropsychiatric Effects of Traumatic Brain Injury
Delusional disorientation may overlap with reduplicative paramnesia, so the patient may believe that he is in an annex of the hospital but in another part of the country.
Delusions associated with consistent pattern of brain injury
Other research showed that Reduplicative Paramnesia and Capgras syndrome cases with unilateral brain lesions strongly implicate the right hemisphere, usually the frontal lobe of the brain. Among 69 patients with Reduplicative Paramnesia, lesions were ...

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