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《Guizhon Medical Journal》 2002-10
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A relative study of insight and negative symptoms in schizophrenic patients

Luo Huanyue, Liu Hongxia, Zuo Yang,et al.Anning Hospital of Guizhou, Guiyang 550004  
objective To explore the relativity of insight and negative symptoms in schizophrenic patients. Methods 42 cases of schizophrenic patients with negative symptoms according to CCMD-2-R were assessed at ration before the treatment and eighth week after the treatment, including BPRS,SAPS,SANS and SAUMD (scale to assess unawareness of mental disorder), and analyzed with Spearman's rank correlation. Results When the insight was seriously affected , the total scores of SANS, SAUMD and the scores of some psychiatry symptoms in SANS were higher. The relationship between the insight and the total scores of SANS, the scores of some psychiatry symptoms in SANS were also close, the difference were significant ( P 0.01). Conclusion The recovery of insight in schizophrenic patients is effected that the negative symptoms in schizophrenic patients improved, but it do not mean the comprehensive recovery of insight that the negative symptoms are improved.
【CateGory Index】: R749.3
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