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when does delirium tremens happen?
how do you treat?
2-5 days after last drink
benzodiazepine
order of appearance of symptoms in DT?
autonomic hyperactivity
psychotic
confusion
what is Wernicke's encephalopathy?
confusion
ophthalmoplegia
ataxia
what is somatization disorder?
multiple organ systems, no physical findings
what is conversion disorder?
motor or sensory symptoms, usually following acute stressor
tests negative
how long does acute stress disorder last?
2-4 weeks
how long does PTSD last?
>1 month
how long does a manic episode last?
1 week
percent of women with major depressive episode?
10-25%
definition of major depressive episode?
2 or more episodes
symptom-free interval for 2 months
criterion for major depressive episode?
at least 5 for 2 weeks
how long does adjustment disorder last?
<6 months
how long does generalized anxiety disorder last?
>6 months
what is Rett disorder?
X-linked in girls (males die)
loss of development, MR at age 4
hand-wringing
what is ritalin?
methylphenidate
non-compliant, no criminality?
oppositional defiant disorder
violates social norms?
conduct disorder
>18 anti-social personality disorder
age for separation anxiety disorder?
7-8 years old
illusions are...
delusions are...
misinterpretation of actual stimuli
false beliefs in spite of obvious proof
what is formication?
ants crawling on skin
DTs and cocaine
when does olfactory hallucinations occur?
aura of psychomotor epilepsy
how many seconds in sleep apnea?
10
sleep apnea is associated with
systemic/pulmonary HTN
arrhythmias
possibly sudden death
how long is schizophreniform disorder?
brief psychotic disorder?
1-6 months
<1 month
definition of schizophrenia?
psychosis and disturbed behavior
>6 months
strong genetic components?
schizophrenia
narcolepsy
disorganized thought and catatonic behavior?
schizophrenia
stable by early adulthood, not usually diagnosed in children?
personality disorder
unstable, impulsive, empty
borderline disorder
main defense mechanism of paranoid personality?
projection
Cluster A personalities?
paranoid
schizoid
schizotypal
Cluster C personality disorders?
avoidant
obsessive compulsive
dependent
passive aggressive