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RMJ. 2007; 32(1): 87-87


Interview with Pareena A case study of the Possession Syndrome

Fawad Kaiser.

Abstract
This is a case history of 26 years old man who claimed that he is possessed
by a fairy called “Pareena”. He believed that spirit possession is a major
cause of all his physical problems and that the evil spirit acts out through his
body. (Rawal Med J 2007;32:87-88)

Key words: Depression, possession, hysteria, conversion.



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