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    To remind the clinical and legal practitioner that anosognosia is a recognised facet of schizophrenia with implications for capacity assessment and for relating effectively with people who experience it. The term anosognosia emphasises that, in schizophrenia, lack of capacity is the result of a neurological deficit. Under-appreciation of this may place that person at risk of a preventable harm.

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    John D Little, Elliot Bell. Anosognosia and schizophrenia - a reminder. Australasian psychiatry : bulletin of Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists. 2021 Jun;29(3):344-345

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    PMID: 32469641

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