Functional Cognitive Disorder: An Important Condition for Neurologists to Recognize
Functional cognitive disorder (FCD) is a term that can be used to describe cognitive difficulties that are present where there is no biologic cause, but a lack of consensus in diagnostic criteria limits its use in clinical practice and research. Ball and colleagues proposed an operational definition for FCD as the cognitive phenotype of functional neurological disorder.
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