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Careful review of the literature suggests that boundaries between diagnoses of schizophrenia and other disorders such as epilepsy may have been more porous prior to the introduction of operational definitions than at present. For example, would the presence of epileptic seizures have been judged as stemming from the schizophrenic illness or as a manifestation of another organic disease process? The account of epileptic seizures that we have quoted seems to suggest that such seizures were viewed as a part of the schizophrenic disease process itself rather than a manifestation of an organic brain disorder, which also generated psychotic symptoms.
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