Psychiatry Rotation

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

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Created Jul 11, 2012ReportNominate
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