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Factitious disorder FD is an umbrella category that covers a group of mental disturbances in which patients intentionally act physically or mentally ill without obvious benefits. The name factitious comes from a Latin word that means "artificial" or "contrived. The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders DSM-IV-TRfourth edition distinguishes factitious disorder from malingeringwhich is defined as pretending illness when the individual has a clear munchausen syndrome by proxy in adults to benefit economically or to avoid legal trouble. Factitious disorder is sometimes referred to as hospital addictionpathomimia, or polysurgical addiction. Variant names for individuals with FD include hospital vagrants, hospital hoboes, peregrinating patients, problem munchausen syndrome by proxy in adults, and professional patients.