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19 Cards in this Set

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Cotard syndrome
Severe Niliistic delusion
psychosis associated with severe depression
Schizotypal personality
Odd behacoir, perception, appearance, magical thinking, ideas of reference
fibromusclular dysplasia
low K, nigh CO2
Hyperaldosteronism
mid age female
captopril renal scan,
MRA of renal arteries
CT angiogram
mitral prolapse
late sys with click
atrial septal defect
fixed wide split S2
Mitral regurg
honosystolic murmurs, uniform
apex
tricuspid regur
holosystolic at left sternal border
dysmophif features
cardiac lesion
no thymic shadow
low ca
DiGeorge syndrome
HTN med that causes depression
B-blocker
also causes:
Negativism
catatonic symptom
motiveless resistance to all attemps to be moved or all instructions
signs of catatonia
stupor, negativism, rigidity, posturing, mutism, sterotypes, mannerisms, wazy flexibility, catatonic excitement.
Akathisia
extrapyramidal effect
muscleular tension
reslessness
repeated movements
cataplexy
temp loss of muscle tone
weakness from emotional state
associated with narcolepsy
Echopraxi
pathological immitation of movements of another person seen in catatonia, delirium dementia
Stereotypy
repetitive fixed pattern of physical action, movement or speech
NORMAL PRESSURE HYDROCEPHALUS
URINARY incont. gait ataxia
demintia
polyuria vomiting diarrhea
water intoxication
delusions, and psychoses after taking ulcer meds
Cimetidine
delirium in pt with heart failure meds
digoxin