Definition: A severe but relatively rare mental disorder characterized by the presence of systematized delusions, often of a persecutory character involving being followed, poisoned, or harmed by other means, in an otherwise intact personality.
[G. derangement, madness, fr. para- + noeō, to think]
See Also: paranoid personality
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