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Other diagnoses may include fibromyalgia, myofascial pain syndrome, neuropathic pain and psychogenic pain.
Canada considers earlier theories about acoustic attacks and psychogenic illness, in which the origin of an illness is psychological, to be improbable.
The panel determined that the most likely explanation was mass psychogenic illness (MPI), which is essentially a collective delusion among a cohesive group of people that a sickness is spreading among them.
Her doctors rule out epilepsy in favor of a psychogenic illness, but before long the girl begins to develop telekinetic powers.
Joe Bauer struggled with psychogenic polydipsia, the uncontrollable impulse to drink liquid which is often associated with schizophrenia, and had been having trouble following the staff's instructions to refrain from drinking.
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