Munchausen disorder is also known as the Factitious disorder; it is a disorder by which the affected persons feign diseases, reassurance to themselves, illness, sympathy, or even psychological trauma to draw attention. However, Munchausen disorder fits within factitious disorder subclass with predominantly physiological symptoms and signs and the patient got also the history in traveling, dramatic, hospitalization, extremely improbable tales about their past tales experience however the condition derives its name from the Boron Munchausen. Munchausen disorders composed of self-related to a fictitious disorder which imposed on another, whereby interprets to abuses of another person’s specially a kid in the manner to draw sympathy or attention for the abuser (Fisher, 137). This generates the outcomes symptoms and can result in costly and unnecessary corrective and diagnostic Methodologies. Signs and symptomsMunchausen disorder exposed of oneself as the affected individual has to amplify or even creates illness symptoms in person to gain treatment, sympathy, examination or even medical personnel. To some extent, the people who are affected from Munchausen disorder tend to be highly knowledgeable medicine practice, and hence they can show the signs which are lengthy and even costly medical analysis, unnecessary operations and hospital stays (Fisher, 260). However, the patients’ role is familiar and comforting and therefore fills the physiological need to the people having Munchausen disorder. This disorder is relatively different from the other somatoform disorder in comparison that does not intentionally have to produce their osmatic signs. Munchausen disorder is therefore distinct from the psychotic disorders, e.g., malingering such that Munchausen does not have to fabricate signs for material gains such as the access to drugs absence to work and financial compensation (Fisher, 255). The risk factors for having to develop Munchausen disorder includes the childhood traumas, serious illness as a kid, low esteem, failed aspiration and personality disorders. Munchausen disorder is, however, most common to men and is recognized as young children or youths. Those with antiquity in working in hospitals also get the risk of developing Munchausen disorder. The Arrhythmogenic Munchausen disorder illustrates persons who stimulate cardiac arrhythmias to advance medical attention. Similar behavior referred as the factitious disorder imposed from on another is on record for the guardian or parent of a child. The adult makes sure the hi/her child attend, medical affliction hence compelling the child to expose suffering by treatments and significant position spend for the children in hospitals. Nevertheless, the disease may but initiated in the child by the guardian or the parent. However, there is growing pediatric conscientious community whereby this disorder is engaged with medical abuse, to consider the harm that is resulted from deception and make less for the perpetrator to cause a psychiatric defense when the harm is caused. DiagnosisMunchausen disorder diagnosis imposed on self-need a clinical assessment .the clinicians must be aware that the patients with the symptoms may malinger and therefore caution must be observed to make sure that there is evidence for the diagnosis. The lab tests might also be required whereby compete blood cunt may also be necessary, urine toxic, drug levels from blood, Assay for the thyroid function, or DN typing, cultures. Sometimes psychological testing, CT scan, Electrocardiography, magnetic imaging might also be necessary. TreatmentThe healthcare providers have to take care of the history and seek the medical history in the search for early derivation, mental illness, and childhood abuse. The healthcare providers might consider working together with mental illness specialist to assist in treatment and underlying disorder or mood and to evade countertransference. The therapist and medical treatment might set on the underlying psychiatric disorder. Anxiety disorder, mood disorder, and borderline personality. However, the patient prognosis entirely depends upon which category the underlying disorder falls. I.e., nervousness or depression, frequent operations to individuals may result in multiple scars on their abdomen (Rashidi et al, 50). Work citedFisher, Jill A. “Playing patient, playing doctor: Munchausen syndrome, clinical S/M, and ruptures of medical power.” Journal of Medical Humanities 27.3 (2006): 135-149. Fisher, Jill A. “Investigating the Barons: narrative and nomenclature in Munchausen syndrome.” Perspectives in biology and medicine 49.2 (2006): 250-262. Rashidi, Armin, Iman Khodarahmi, and Marc D. Feldman. “Mathematical modeling of the course and prognosis of factitious disorders: A game-theoretic approach.” Journal of theoretical biology 240.1 (2006): 48-53.