Psychiatry Rotation

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NSAIDS can ____ lithium excretion
_____: Misinterpretation of an external stimulus.
______ is the most commonly abused substance in the US.
Performance anxiety is often successfully treated with ______
More than 40% of patients presenting with chest pain and normal angiograms may have _____ disorder.
Schizophrenia _____ type: Characterized by rigid posture, inappopriate or repetitive and purposeless movements, echolalia, and echopraxia
Bipolar I disorder may have ____ features (delusions, hallucinations).
Schizophrenia _____ type: Characterized by delusions and auditory hallucinations.
______: use of words that have meaning only to the person who uses them and is different than the orthodox meaning of the word
Histrionic patients often use defense mechanism of ______- they revert to childlike behaviors.
____: Perception in the absence of an external stimulus
Ethanol along with methanol and ethylene glycol can be a cause of metabolic ____ with increased anion gap.
A patient who is experiencing recurrent thoughts and nightmares about a past trauma should be screened for _____.
_____ is a drug typically considered when a patient fails both typical and atypical antipsychotics.
______: Point of conversation is eventually reached but with overinclusion of trivial or irrelevant details.
MAOIs are often useful in treatment of _____ depression.
Stereotyped movement, bizarre posturing, and muscle rigidity are seen in _____ schizophrenic patients.
Systemic ________ is the gradual exposure of a patient to the feared object or situation while teaching relaxation and breathing techniques.
_____: involuntary movements that occur during an altered state of consciousness and can range from purposeful to disorganized.
Rapid ______ is defined by the occurrence of four or more mood episodes in 1 year. (major depressive, manic, mixed, etc.)
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_____: directly confronting the patient with their full fear.
A patient who remains expressionless and monotone even when discussing extremely sad or happy moments in his life has a ____ affect.
Auditory hallucinations that directly tell the patient to perform certain acts are called ______ hallucinations.
Patients who are treated with first-generation antipsychotic medication need to be monitored for extrapyramidal symptoms such and acute dystonia and ______ dyskinesia.
______ delusion: false belief concerning body image (e.g. I cannot swallow)
______ affective disorder: Irritability, Carbohydrate craving, Hypersomnia
________: an unpleasant subjective sense of restlessness often manifested by the inability to sit still.
Borderline patients commonly use defense mechanism of _______
Schizophrenia _____ type: Prominent negative symptoms
_______ personality disorder: prefer to be alone
Schizophrenia _____ type: Characterized by disorganized speech, behavior and flat or inappropriate affect.
Schizophrenic patients who are treated with Atypical antipsychotics need an evaluation for ______ syndrome
Schizophreniform disorder can last between __ and 6 months.
Major depressive disorder has the highest rate of _____ of any disorder.
_______: the inability to experience pleasure which is a common finding in depression.
Confabulations or false memories are often associated with _________ psychosis.
A patient who is laughing one second and crying the next has a _____ affect.
Schizophrenia _____ type: Doesn't fulfill any of the other criteria. More than one subtype or none of the subtypes.
_____ is the best treatment for a manic woman in pregnancy. It provides a good alternative to antipsychotics and can be used with relative safety in all trimesters.
_____: A patient complains of constant worries about multiple areas of his life. It may cause significant distress and lasts for more than 6 months.

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Created Jul 11, 2012ReportNominate
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