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I have a client who has been treated disorder, Major

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I have a client who has been treated for schizoaffective disorder, Major Disorder with psychotic features. Since I don't have much of a life I don't do much but read. and came across "Morvan's syndrome" and although rare, may as well be a clone of of my client. I am not a doctor and am afraid the judge will dismiss my medical expertise as well as everything else I see. Do I go for iit or play safe?
Submitted: 11 months ago.
Category: Mental Health
Expert:  DrThomasMD replied 11 months ago.


Of course the judge is not going to take you as a medical expert.

The client would have to be examined by a psychiatrist with this in mind. And , a neurologist.

The disease has very clear neurologic features.

And, in fact, you client could have both disorders.

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