Definitions for "Conversion disorder"
somatoform disorder; symptoms seem to indicate a neurological condition, but cannot be explained by a medical condition; severe enough to impair functioning. Once called hysteria.
A somatoform disorder in which sensory or muscular functions are impaired, usually suggesting neurological disease, even though the bodily organs themselves are sound; anaesthesias and paralyses of limbs are examples.
Syndrome characterized by pseudoneurological ( somatoform and dissociative) symptoms such as amnesia, paralysis, impaired coordination or balance, localized anesthesia, blindness, deafness, double vision, hallucinations, tremors, or seizures without medical explanation.
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Formerly called conver