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Although banished from current mental disorders classifications, the condition formerly known as hysteria has clinical manifestations still puzzling to clinicians. Herein is briefly revised the historical concept of hysteria, as well as, psychological mechanisms underlying some of its current derivatives: conversive and dissociative disorders. Case report: A previously healthy 17-year-old boy presented with sudden onset of total strength loss in the lower limbs. After neurological assessment,doi:10.25753/birthgrowthmj.v29.i4.18483 fatcat:cpcq2k4e6bfmrfph3bjmw7riv4