Doctors think genetics may be to blame, just as it is with early-onset schizophrenia. They also think late onset might be a subtype that doesn't affect the person.
We will also discuss the course of schizophrenia in late life, including clinical differences between early-and late-onset schizophrenia, with respect.
To review recent literature about late-onset schizophrenia (LOS): schizophrenia with onset between ages 40–60 years. New findings are presented in the.
New evidence shows psychosis presents in later life more often than was once believed. Very late-onset schizophrenia remains underdiagnosed but responds.
Women are often diagnosed with schizophrenia later than men, symptoms in their late 20s whereas the onset in men is typically in their early.