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The term 'functionar was originally used to describe psychotic disorders that were not associated with gross brain dysfunction. It continues to be used, in the absence of a more suitable term, despite evidence that disorders such as schizophrenia are associated with subtle changes in brain structure and function which are detectable using modern neuroimaging techniques. Terms used to describe symptoms of psychiatric illness include delusions (false beliefs that are held with absolute conviction, and that are not understandable, given the patient's social, educational and cultural background) and hallucinations (perceptions that occur without a stimulus).
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