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Students thought to have dissociation disorder

Update: December, 27/2017 - 12:15
Last Tuesday, the six students of Cư Pui No 2 Primary School in Cư Pui Commune, Krông Bông District were all reported to have difficulty sleeping at night, talking nonsense, destroying their personal objects and beating their classmates. — Photo zing.vn

ĐẮK LẮK — Six primary school students exhibiting unusual behaviour were suspected to suffer from dissociation disorder, according to a report director of the Đắk Lắk Department of Health Doãn Hữu Long sent to the Ministry of Health last week.

Last Tuesday, the six students of Cư Pui No 2 Primary School in Cư Pui Commune, Krông Bông District were all reported to have difficulty sleeping at night, talking nonsense, destroying their personal objects and beating their classmates.

Each period of unusual behaviour lasted from 15 minutes to one hour. Then they returned to normal.

The students, aged between 10 and 13 years old, are members of the H’mông ethnic minority group from Ea Uôl Village, Cư Pui Commune.

After receiving the information, the provincial Department of Health instructed the provincial Preventive Medicine Centre, the provincial general hospital and the provincial mental hospital to go to the school and examine them.

The examination did not find any unusual signs.

The provincial Department of Health sent the report to the Ministry of Health to ask for further examination and proper treatment. — VNS

 

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