The Delusion of Intermetamorphoses

What is The Desilusion of Intermetamorphoses ?

In 1932 Courbon and Tusques described a rarer symptom in schizophrenics patients of what they called “Illusion d’intermetamorphose”.

In that delusion the patient claims that the persons in his environment change with one another : A becomes B, B becomes C, C becomes A, etc.

(Edited by María Moya Guirao, M.D.)

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