Patient Record: Emelie Krause

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Post  Sana on Fri Dec 30, 2011 4:21 am

Name: Emelie Krause
Gender: Female
Species: Human
Age: 20
DOB: 12/11/1991
Height: 5'5''
Weight: 129 lbs.

Symptoms: Physical immobility, Extreme resistance, Peculiar movements, and mimicking speech or movement, including delusions, hallucinations, incoherent speech, neglect of personal hygiene, emotions inappropriate to the situation, trouble functioning at work, and clumsy movements.

Biography: Her illness started as depression at age 14 due to bullying, though this remained untreated as the patient did not view it as a mental disorder. A few years later, at age 20 she, began to find it hard to take care of herself. She would often fall or trip, and would sometimes find herself in a daze, staring with either an inappropriate emotion or none at all, completely immobile. It was a few months later when she almost broke a leg and seemed to be unable to take care of herself when she was taken to a hospital.

Medical History: Allergic to cats.

Has the patient been referred by a court ruling?: No

Has the patient been previously diagnosed with any mental or health illnesses?: No.

Has the patient been known to harm them self or others (or both)?: No.

Privileged Patient?: No

Current Medications: None

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Post  Mason on Fri Dec 30, 2011 6:29 pm

Written by Mason Conrad:

During the intake, the patient displayed deviant movements and emotions (at one point, laughing at seemingly no cause and reverting back to a serious mood). She also displayed the incoherent speech as listed within her symptoms which further hindered the flow of the intake. Emelie claimed to have a 'different' friend by the name of Amy, although I suspect it to be a figure of her auditory or visual hallucination. Through all of this, it is apparent that the patient suffers from some form of schizophrenia. In the end, I guided her to the cafeteria for food and then towards the infirmary for further evaluation.

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