Psychiatry Rotation Part 2

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____ disorder in boys: higher risk of fighting, stealing, fire setting, and vandalism. In girls: higher risk of lying, running away, sexually acting out.
A patient with ______ dementia typically has chronically progressing dementia with multiple small lacunar infarcts on CT.
_____ Disease (Frontotemporal Dementia): Profound changes in personality and social conduct. Marked atrophy of the frontal and temporal lobes.
Image rehearsal therapy involves the use of mental imagery to modify the outcome of a recurrent nightmare. It has been very successful in treating recurrent nightmares in patients
Normal development: Id is present at birth, ego develops after birth, superego development begins at age ____
A man who regularly steals money from his roommate who constantly suspects his roommate is stealing from him, is an example of ______
More than any other drugs, intoxication with ______ results in violence.
______ focuses on a patient's current symptoms and problems by examining the connection between thoughts and behaviors.
Name a workup for reversible causes of dementia.
The most common sexual disorders in women are sexual desire disorder and ______ disorder. The most common disorders in men are secondary erectile disorder and premature ejaculation
The most common inherited form of mental retardation is ______ syndrome from an FMR1 gene defect.
Rotary nystagmus is pathognomonic for ______ intoxication.
Of all kinds of drug withdrawals, withdrawal from _______ has the highest mortality rate.
______ ______ dementia: waxing and waning, Parkinsonism, visual hallucinations, and sensitivity to neuroleptics.
______ therapy is a common treatment for paraphilias.
______ overdose: can cause death secondary to cardiac arrhythmia, MI, seizure, or respiratory depression
Gamma-hydroxybutyrae (GHB) is a dose-specific CNS depressant that produces _____. It is commonly used as a date-rape drug.
Unlike autistic disorder, children with ________ disorder have normal language acquisition and cognitive development.
Withdrawal symptoms of ______: anxiety, insomnia, anorexia, fever, rhinorrhea, piloerection. This is not life threatening.
_______ is an effective medication for bulimia.
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_______ syndrome patients typically have mental retardation, obesity, hypogonadism, and almond-shaped eyes.
________ identify themselves more with the opposite sex and commonly undergo surgery to morphologically appear like the opposite sex.
______ intoxication: nausea, vomiting, decreased pain perception, decreased GI motility, pupil constriction. Also respiratory depression which can kill you.
Anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa are risk factors for developing cardiac arrhythmias due to electrolyte disturbances such as _______
______ abuse: dilated pupils, increased libido, perspiration, respiratory depression, and chest pain.
Avoid using ______ in delirious patients, as they will often exacerbate the delirium.
_____ is a waxing and waning change in a patient's level of consciousness. It is common in ICU setting, acute medical illness, and has increased incidence in children and elderly.
Childhood ______ anxiety disorder may be a risk factor for the development of panic disorder or agoraphobia as an adolescent or adult.
An _____ flashback is a recurrence of symptoms mimicking prior trip that occurs spontaneously and lasts for minutes to hours.
_____ is a defense mechanism where reasoning is used to block confrontation with an unconscious conflict. It is associated emotional stress.
______: brief episodes of sudden bilateral loss of muscle tone, most often associated with intense emotion.
_____ is the exception to opioids producing miosis. 'Demerol Dilates pupils.'
A stroke to the ____ lobe can lead to symptoms of schizophrenia, bipolar I disorder, and depression.
Unlike _____ disorder, Oppositional Defiant Disorder does not involve physical aggression or violation of the basic rights of others.
In _____ disorder, cognitive development never progresses beyond that of the first year of life.
The most common psychiatric disorder in the elderly is _______
CNS stimulants are considered first-line therapy in ______. Significant early improvement is seen in 75% of patients, but long-term efficacy is controversial.
Up to ___% of children with ADHD go on to adulthood untreated.
Dopamine enhances ______. Serotonin inhibits sexual function.
Hypothyroidism can cause ____ dementia. It is typically accompanied by depressed mood and lethargy.

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