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There are over 300 different psychiatric disorders listed in the DSM-IV. With continued research, more are named every year and some disorders are removed or re-categorized.
List of Psychiatric Disorders
|Psychiatric Disorder||Short Description|
|Mutism||Mutism is a psychiatric disorder most commonly found in children, characterized by a persistent failure to speak in select settings, which continues for more than 1 month.Selective Mutism, Akinetic Mutism|
|Aphonia||Aphonia means "no voice." In other words, a person with this disorder has "lost" his/her voice.|
|Malingering||Malingering is the intentional faking of physical or psychological illness or symptoms in order.|
|Factitious Disorder||Patients with this disorder knowingly fake symptoms, but do so for psychological reasons not for monetary or other discrete objectives as in the case of Malingering. They usually prefer the sick role and may move from hospital to hospital in order to receive care.|