What he has been assigned of the second clinic of Lacan or then, the clinic of we borromeanos’ ‘ (P. 2), it makes with that these clinical examples have classification without the necessity to look the categories of great reputation, as borderline, narcsica neurosis, etc. the second clinic benefits ‘ ‘ the sinthomatizadas modalities of joy and knottings that keeps the psychotic rejection of desencadeamento’ ‘ (P. 2). From this form, the usual psychoses receive this nomenclature for being habitual, common or same, usual. Fields et al.

(2008) they affirm that the usual psychosis if shows without bigger productive phenomena, not obstante if it observes some damnification in the field of the affection. Exactly this type of frequent and common psychosis being, many professionals of psychiatry has difficulties to make a necessary diagnosis. For having distinguishing traces of the traditional psychosis, it appears under new ways of desencadeamento, conversions and transferences. In the explained structure, if it cannot know with absolute certainty where it is its point of desencadeamento and nor to perceive deliriums or hallucinations. However, it is possible to identify an anticipated psychotic functioning of the individual without the presence of the elementary phenomena. This functioning can be presented with a problematic life, with difficulties to adjust itself to the society where the citizen is inserted, obstacles to fix itself in a work, use of drugs, lack of loving relationships or riots of language. Tironi and Lima (2008) tell that to the psychotic usual ‘ ‘ they are patients who surprise the psychoanalyst for the fact of not presenting in the usual form of the psychosis desencadeada’ ‘ (P.

2). Some characteristics as the systemize or same delirium the absolute certainty hinders considerably that if it makes a diagnosis for the neurosis differentiation and psychosis, as well as Freud requests in the start of a therapeutical accompaniment.

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