Psychiatry Rotation Part 2

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

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Created Jul 12, 2012ReportNominate
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