A mental status examination reveals no abnormality. What is the most probable personality diagnosis?

A young man being evaluated for social withdrawal says that he has no friends, os not interested in other people and does not feel lonely. A mental status examination reveals no abnormality.
What is the most probable personality diagnosis?

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A Schizotypal personality disorder
B Paranoid personality disorder
C Narcissistic personality disorder
D Avoidant personafity disorder
Schizoid personality disorder

Explanation
Personality disorders
The symptoms exhibited by this patient are characteristic of
schizoid personality disorder
• Emotional aloofness, indifference to praise or eroticism and the
absence of bizarre or idiosyncratic thinking are seen in this
personality
• Individuals with schizotypal personality dosorder are also
withdrawn and aloof, but they also demonstrate peculiar
thinking
• Paranoid personality disorder is characterised by unwarranted
suspiciousness
• Narcissistic personality involves a disdain for most people
Avoidant personality disorder implies that the indovidual has a
need for human contact and feels lonely