A case of PTSD presenting with psychotic symptomatology: a case report
2nd Department of Psychiatry, Psychiatric Hospital of Thessaloniki, 196 Langada str., 564 29 Thessaloniki, Greece
Cases Journal 2008, 1:352 doi:10.1186/1757-1626-1-352Published: 25 November 2008
A male patient aged 43 presented with psychotic symptomatology after a traumatic event involving accidental mutilation of the fingers. Initial presentation was uncommon although the patient responded well to pharmacotherapy. The theoretical framework, management plan and details of the treatment are presented.