B. Social and/or Occupational Dysfunction
C. Duration Requirement
D. Schizoaffective & Mood Disorder Exclusion
E. Substance or General Medical Condition Exclusion
F. Conditions Regarding Relationship to a Pervasive Developmental Disorder
Note: Schizophrenia alone is not a diagnosis.
B. None of these is prominent: disorganized speech or behavior, catatonic behavior or flat or inappropriate affect.
B. Not Catatonic Type.
B. A continuing disturbance, indicated by either negative symptoms or at least two item "A" active-phase symptoms (in attenuated form).
B. An episode (including prodromal, active, and residual phases) lasts at least one month but less than six months.
B. Delusions or hallucinations for at least 2 weeks with no prominent mood symptoms.
C. Mood episode symptoms present for a large portion of the entire duration of the disorder's active and residual periods.
D. Not caused by a substance or general medical condition.'
B. Item "A" for Schizophrenia never met.
C. Functioning not impaired and behavior not odd or bizarre.
D. If mood episodes occur concurrent with delusions, they have been brief relative to the delusional periods.
E. Not caused by a substance or a general medical condition.
B. Disturbance lasts from 1 day to less than 1 month with return to premorbid levels.
C. Not better described by Mood Disorder With Psychotic Features, Schizoaffective Disorder, or Schizophrenia.
B. Delusion is similar to the pre-established delusion of the other person.
C. Not better described by another Psychotic Disorder or a Mood Disorder with Psychotic Features. Neither is it caused by a substance or a general medical condition.
B. Direct result of a general medical condition.
C. Not solely during delirium.