Dysphagia refers to difficulty in swallowing food. The first step in diagnosing the cause of dysphagia history taking and physical examination is performed. If all tests are normal causes such as mental illness for the patient to be considered. Shared psychotic disorder (Folie-a’-deux) is a rare clinical syndrome. These risk factors include female sex syndrome, mental retardation, being passive, dependent, and susceptible to being Histrionics character is the second patient. The patient, a middle-aged woman’s weakness, lightheadedness, nausea and was referred to the refusal to eat. After several days of careful treatment and serum therapy, serum sodium decreased to normal. The cause of the patient’s inability to swallow Hayper natremia (dysphagia) was expressed with anorexia to investigate dysphagia, upper gastrointestinal endoscopy was requested. The endoscopic esophagitis was mild and the lesion was not clearly reported. The patient’s psychiatric history it was found that he had thought a year ago by the relatives of her husband through the food will be poisoned.
O. Reza Hossieni1, R. Bidaki2*, V. Tavakolian Ferdosiyehe3, S. Assar 5.