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Name 4 anxiety causing disorders
Pheochromocytoma
Hyperthyroid
Thyroiditis
Anxiety Disorders
AI HYPERthyroid, SXS include: exophthalmia, pretibial mixedema, goiter
Graves disease
Thyrotoxicosis can lead to what SXS
Tachycardia, HTN, delirium...at risk for arrhythmias
Benign or malignant thyroid nodule, cyst, colloid, inflammatory, cancerous
SXS of hoarsness and dysphagia
Toxic nodular goiter
Hot nodule=
malignant--blood vessels
Cold nodule
benign--no blood vessels
Tumor of the adrenal medulla, excess secretion of epi, and norepi.
Pheochromocytoma
SXS: Can't stop worrying, tension HA, muscular tension, body aches
not much stimulus
GAD
Recurrent unwanted thoughts
OCD
Repeated unexpected episodes of intense fear
Physical symptoms: Chest pain, palpations, SOB, dizzy, ab distress
Panic disorder
Onset: after occurance of trauma or thought of trauma, stress, sleeping
PTSD
Social phobia, severe anxiety in social situations, excessive fear of others watching and judging their actions
SAD Social Anxiety Disorder
What are the three phases of general adaption syndrome GAS
Alarm phase
Resistance phase
Exhaustion phase

Adrenal exhausiton...cortisol??