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Comprehensive Review of Psychiatry by Rajesh R. Tampi MD MS, Sunanda Muralee MD, Natalie D. Weder

By Rajesh R. Tampi MD MS, Sunanda Muralee MD, Natalie D. Weder MD

Derived from a well-liked overview direction for citizens and fellows at Yale University's division of Psychiatry, this entire question-and-answer assessment e-book will arrange resident and practising psychiatrists for all sorts of standardized examinations, together with the PRITE, the yankee Board of Psychiatry and Neurology written examination, and recertification checks. The publication includes 2,000 multiple-choice questions divided into ten 200-question exams, and every try covers all psychiatry and neurology issues within the ABPN curriculum. a solution part with entire solutions, factors, and references for additional overview follows each one test.

All of the questions can be on hand on a spouse web site, in order that readers can take the checks online.

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Autosomal recessive E. X-linked recessive 128. A 24-year-old white woman with no previous history of psychiatric or neurological illness arrives at a neurology clinic with a 3-month history of fluctuating facial muscle weakness, which gets progressively worse with exertion. She reports that by evening her eyelids are drooping and she has blurred vision. Her family has also noticed the eyelid droop. She has no other complaints and her physical examination is normal. Her mother corroborates her recollection of accounts and states that her daughter has always been a healthy person.

Which one of the following is NOT TRUE of PET scans? A. PET scans recognize the site of positron annihilation. B. PET scans require exposing the patient to radiation. C. PET scans always require an intravenous access to introduce the radionucleotide. D. PET scans are technically complex to perform and have a high financial cost. E. PET scans are useful noninvasive measurements of the living human brain. 147. Which of the following is a common characteristic of sensory ataxia? A. Patients frequently present with dysarthria.

Psychotic Disorder NOS E. Brief Psychotic Disorder 112. A 25-year-old woman presents for obstetrical evaluation. She states that she is pregnant and shows many objective signs of pregnancy, including increased abdominal girth, cessation of monthly periods, nausea, and breast enlargement. She indicates that she can feel intermittent movement of the fetus. To the physician’s later surprise, the patient’s pregnancy test is negative and an ultrasound shows an empty uterus. According to the DSM-IV-TR, what is this patient’s diagnosis?

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