Residual type of schizophrenia refers to a diagnostic category for people who have experienced at least one episode of schizophrenia and who no longer display its major symptoms but still show some bizarre thoughts or social withdrawal. Residual type schizophrenia is a category reserved for individuals who have had at least one episode of schizophrenia but no longer display schizophrenic features; some evidence of bizarre thoughts and/or social withdrawal remain.
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residual type of schizophrenia refers to the diagnostic category for people who have experienced at least one (1) episode of Schizophrenia and who no longer display its major symptoms but still show some bizarre thoughts or social withdrawal.
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