Case Report: Hallucinogen Persisting Perceptual Disorder

Gershom Hernandez

Volume 2 Issue 2

Abstract:

A 20-year-old male reported symptoms of persisting perceptual disturbances the failed to remit completely. The patient met DSM-V criteria for Hallucinogen Persisting Perceptual Disorder and reported visualizations, perception of movement in still images, and fractal patterns. The patient responded to treatment with Risperdal initially, followed by Zoloft over the course of two years.

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