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292 Drug psychosesSyndromes that do not fit the descriptions given in 295-298 (nonorganic
psychoses) and which are due to consumption of drugs [notably
amphetamines, barbiturates and the opiate and LSD groups] and solvents.
Some of the syndromes in this group are not as severe as most conditions
labeled "psychotic" but they are included here for practical reasons.
Use additional E code to identify the drug and also code drug dependence
(304.-) if present.
292.0 Drug withdrawal syndromeStates associated with drug withdrawal ranging from severe, as specified
for alcohol under 291.0 (delirium tremens) to less severe states
characterized by one or more symptoms such as convulsions, tremor,
anxiety, restlessness, gastrointestinal and muscular complaints, and
mild disorientation and memory disturbance.
292.1 Paranoid and/or hallucinatory states induced by drugsStates or more than a few days but not usually of more than a few months
duration, associated with large or prolonged intake of drugs, notably of
the amphetamine and LSD groups. Auditory hallucinations usually
predominate, and there maybe anxiety and restlessness.
Excludes: the described conditions with confusion or delirium (293.-)
states following LSD or other hallucinogens, lasting only a
few days or less ["bad trips"] (305.3)
292.2 Pathological drug intoxicationIndividual idiosyncratic reactions to comparatively small quantities of
a drug, which take the form of acute, brief psychotic states of any
type.Excludes: expected brief psychotic reactions to hallucinogens
["bad trips"] (305.3)
physiological side-effects of drugs (e.g., dystonias)
292.9 Unspecified| NEXT |