The Case of Factitious Disorder Versus Malingering | Psydir News
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Patients who exaggerate, feign, or induce physical illness are a great challenge to their physicians. Trained to trust their patients' self-reports, even competent and conscientious physicians can fall victim to these deceptions. In doing so, the treating physician may unwittingly provide support for specious claims of illness or injury by conferring official diagnoses, or by delivering treatmen... View full resource at news.psydir.com
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