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How is schizoid personality disorder diagnosed?

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If you show signs of this personality disorder, your doctor will first check your medical history and may do a physical exam. There are no lab tests to specifically diagnose personality disorders, but your doctor might use various diagnostic tests to rule out physical illness as the cause of your symptoms.

He might suggest you see a psychiatrist or psychologist, who can use specially designed interview and assessment tools to check you for a personality

From: Schizoid Personality Disorder WebMD Medical Reference

SOURCE:  Cleveland Clinic.

Reviewed by Joseph Goldberg on April 06, 2019

SOURCE:  Cleveland Clinic.

Reviewed by Joseph Goldberg on April 06, 2019

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