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The association between disorders of thyroid function and psychiatric symptoms is well established. Generally, hypothyroidism is recognized as being able to induce psychotic symptoms. However, psychotic symptoms without affective and cognitive disturbances are rare in hyperthyroidism. We presented a patient with Graves' disease who suffered from delusions and hallucinations without affective and cognitive disturbances following abrupt normalization of thyroid function. Furthermore, the patientdoi:10.4236/ijcm.2012.35066 fatcat:bema3gfxsjgobaxoohrzgdbl6q