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What are the symptoms of substance-induced psychotic disorder?

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Substance-induced psychotic disorder is a condition is caused by the use of or withdrawal from drugs, such as hallucinogens and crack cocaine, that cause hallucinations, delusions, or confused speech.

From: What Is a Psychotic Disorder? WebMD Medical Reference

SOURCES:

UpToDate: "Overview of Psychosis."

MedLinePlus: "Psychotic Disorders."

National Alliance of Mental Illness: "About the First Episodes of Psychosis."

Janssen Pharmaceuticals Inc. 

Reviewed by Joseph Goldberg on July 17, 2018

SOURCES:

UpToDate: "Overview of Psychosis."

MedLinePlus: "Psychotic Disorders."

National Alliance of Mental Illness: "About the First Episodes of Psychosis."

Janssen Pharmaceuticals Inc. 

Reviewed by Joseph Goldberg on July 17, 2018

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