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Can you name the following psychiatry terms?

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drug associated with polyuria and ebstein's anomalyalso a nirvana song that switches between mellow and aggressive moods...
type of PDD in a child who has severe stereotyped patterns of behavior and deficits in social reciprocity, but language is nearly preservedperhaps the name of an unpopular item on the mcdonald's menu...
dopamine receptor type that inhibits adenylate cyclase; blockade causes parkinsonismsadly, no amount of antipsychotics could stop the similarly named sequel to the mighty ducks...
drug class used for atypical depression; can cause hypertensive crisis when taken with Welbutringreatly decreased efficacy when used against chinese communist leaders...
5-HT antagonist with mild sedative effects due to H1 antagonismside effect has nothing to do with Priya...
psych disorder with the highest mortality rate10:1 female to male ratio, despite the fact that all males meet at least one of the DSM-IV criteria...
classified as Axis I in kids, but manifests as an Axis II disorder in adults (ASPD)often called the Georgia Tech of psych disorders, due to low prevalence of females...
most effective antidepressant therapy; also good for catatonic schizophreniashockingly, can also be used for severe BPD in pregnancy...
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valproate may be more effective than lithium for this type of bipolar disorder (also mixed BPD)might be what Lance Armstrong has...
this disorder is associated with higher BMI's, and drug treatment is associated with weight gain, related to H1 receptor affinitycrazy, but true...
15% of people hospitalized for BPD will die from thisfinally, something old people are good at...
disorder associated with hyperactivity in the amygdala, and decreased glucose uptake in the mPFC and cingulatewhoever made this acronym is a douche...
antipsychotics can increase risk of stroke and mortality in this diseaseVit E can help in small amounts, but may kill you in large amounts. much like psych pharm lectures
benzodiazepine of choice in alcohol withdrawal and liver failure, since it does not require hepatic oxidationshort half-life means it won't accumulate with the elderly...(unlike weird smells and old magazines)
name of a drug that binds to the alpha-1 subunit of the GABA receptorhelp you catch some z's...

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