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Table 2 Diagnostic profiles for psychosis groups

From: Ten-year audit of clients presenting to a specialised service for young people experiencing or at increased risk for psychosis

Diagnostic or problem category (%) A: Existing psychosis (N =289) B: Recent psychosis (N =395)
Formal ICD-10 diagnoses [92.7] [63.8]
1. Schizophrenia 46.7 24.5
2. Persistent delusional disorder 8.0 2.0
3. Acute or transient psychotic disorder 21.8 22.0
4. Schizoaffective disorder 6.9 1.7
5. Other nonorganic psychotic disorder 1.4 0.7
6. Unspecified nonorganic psychotic disorder 33.2 21.5
7. Bipolar disorder (including mania) 20.4 7.1
Other clinical records (e.g., CHIME) [38.8] [49.9]
8. Schizophrenia (problem/issue) 11.1 18.9
9. Bipolar (problem/issue) 5.2 9.4
10. Other psychosis (problem/issue) 26.3 21.7
  1. Note: Tabled values are the percentage of each group with any evidence of that diagnosis/problem during the time period, based on all available assessments (A: 698; B: 581), with assignments not mutually exclusive; aggregate psychosis rates for formal diagnoses and other clinical records are shown in square brackets; CHIME, electronic clinical record system used by community based services.