• Shuffle
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off
  • Alphabetize
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off
  • Front First
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off
  • Both Sides
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off
  • Read
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off
Reading...
Front

How to study your flashcards.

Right/Left arrow keys: Navigate between flashcards.right arrow keyleft arrow key

Up/Down arrow keys: Flip the card between the front and back.down keyup key

H key: Show hint (3rd side).h key

A key: Read text to speech.a key

image

Play button

image

Play button

image

Progress

1/31

Click to flip

31 Cards in this Set

  • Front
  • Back
Chapter 2
q4:
Summarize the major components of the mental status exam
appearance and attitude
motor activity
thought and speach
perception
orientation
memory
gen info
calculation
read and write
visuospatial ability
attention
abstraction
judgement and insight
Chapter 2
q5:
five positive symptoms of psychosis
delusions
hallucinations
disordered behavior
disordered speech
inappropriate affect
Chapter 2
q6:
five negative symptoms of psychosis
catatonic motor behavior
poverty of speech
flattened affect
alogia (decreased thinking)
apathy/ inattention
Chapter 2
q7:
symptoms of depression
*insomnia
*weight change
psychomotor agitation / retardation
*loss of interest
thoughts of death/ suicide
*diurnal variation
Chapter 2
q8:
symptoms of mania
euphoria
flight of ideas
inflated self-esteem
decreased need to sleep
Chapter 2
q9:
symptoms of anxiety disorders
panic attacks
agoraphobia
social phobia
obsessions
compulsions (repetitive)
Ch 11
q1;
three major types of sexual disorders
1) sexual disfunction
2) paraphilias
3) gender identity disorders
ch 11
q2:
stages of the sexual response (4)
1) appetitive (minutes to hours)
2) excitement stage
3) orgasmic stage
4) resolution stage
ch 11
q3:
what are the disorders of the appetitive stage of sexual response?
hypoactive sexual desire disorder (fantasy)
sexual aversion disorder
(avoidant to physical contact)
ch 11
q4:
what causes erectile dysfunction?
medical illness
psychiatric illness :anxiety, dementia, depression, schizophrenia
drugs (anti-depressants)
ch 11
q5:
what medications are used to treat impotence?
sildenafil
vardenafil
tadalafil
ch 11
q6:
how common are paraphilias?
relatively uncommon
ch 11
q7:
how do learned experiences lead to paraphilias?
suppress urges
later pair desire with masturbation
pair masturbation with object of desire
ch11
q8:
how are paraphilias treated?
therapy/ drugs
medroxyprgesterone or leuprolide to lower testosterone.
ssri's
ch11
q10:
what are the treatments for gender identity disorder?
hormonal therapy (estradiol, progesterone; testosterone)
sexual reassignment surgery
ch 11
q10B:
what factors predict good outcome to gender reassignment surgery?
lifelong cross gender identificaation
good support system
"pass" as opposite sex
college education
steady job
ch17 q 1: what are the major categories of sleep disorders?
dyssomnia: prob. initiating and maintaing sleep
parasomnia: abnormal event during sleep
sleep disorders due to another mental disorder
ch 4 q1: what are difference of delirium and dementia?
how are they alike
onset: rapid/insidious

see both in hospital patients sometimes same patient
ch4 q 3: describe alzheimers

what histopathological findings ?
insidious progressive illness of 50yo+ patiens with hallucination,illusions, delusions, babinski, frontal lobe release signs. hyperactive dt reflexes
senile plaques, nf tangles, hirano bodies.
ach deficits
ch4 q 4: two clinical syndromes in frontotemporal dementia/
huntingtons
creutzfeldt-jakob disease
ch4 q 5: symptom triad of non-pressure hydrocephalus?
dementia , gait disturbance, urinary incontinence
ch4 q 6: five treatable causes of dementia
vascular disorders, normal-pressure hydrocephalus, infection, metabolic disorders, nutrition
ch 4 q7: what is pseudodementia
dementia symptoms brought on bby depression
ch4 q8:how to treat dementia
donepezil
galantamine
memantine
rivastigmine
tacrine
none will reverse decline but may slow it down
ch4 q9: what is wernicke's encephalopathy
what's it's relation to wernicke-karsakoff syndrome?
severe alcohol abuse leads to thiamine deficiency causes amnesia, ataxia, nystagmus, opthalmoplegia
w-k syndrome is above plus persistent memory impairment.(mammary bodies)
ch7 q2: what's the rel. between panic disorders and agoraphobia?
panic attack is unexpected anxiety w/ 1 month of persistent fear of happening again, agoraphobics have this and alter their behavior to avoid public scrutiny often becoming homebound.
ch 7 q 4 are panic disorders genetic
yes, partly
ch4 q 5: what's the diff. diagnosis of panic disorder?
schizophrenic
OCD
avoidant per.dis.
schizoid
panic attack
gen. anx. disorder
ch 4 q6: Rx for :

panic disorder, GAD, social phobia
panic disorder: SSRI

GAD: pyschotherapy, relaxation tech.

social phobia: fluoxetine,sertraline
ch 4 q7: what are social and specific phobias?
social: fear of acting in an inappropriate way
specific: fear of a specific object, location, height, blood etc...
distinguish obsessions from delusions
obsession reoccurring thoughts, ideas, impulses causing anxiety.

delusion: fixed false belief