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Thought Form... topics not connected?
loose associations
Topics connected when you are talking?
flight of ideas
Tangential?
talking about something but can't go back to what you talk about
Circumstantial people?
detailed... get to the point
Content of form?
What they are thinking about
Delusion?
Fixed false beliefs

Bizarre
Non-Bizarre
Bizarre means?
schizophrenia
Non-Bizarre?
Delusional Disorder
What patients have problems with concentration?
Mood disorders
What test do u use for concentration?
serial 7
serial 3

100-7 what is that minus 7
30-3 what is that minus 3
Concentration and Attention also test?
Say WORLD backwards

Read sentence and has to follow instruction
Mini-mental status last question. Interlocking pentagrams?
Can't do it
Contruction apraxia
What lobe is involved in construction apraxia?
Non-dominant Parietal Lobe
Fund of Information?
President of the U.S.
before him, before him

Vice-President
Calculation ability?
$5 dollars

loaf of bread is 3.50

how much money do you have left?
Impulse control?
starts screaming at you

punches you out of nowhere
Judgment?
How pat. reacts with a certain situation?

Walking on the street find an envelope and has a stamp on it. What do you do?
Reliability?
Assesment of his own situation
What is akathisia?
psychomotor agitation
shoes anxiety
How do you spot akathisia?
patients is moving all the time and can't help it.

Moving fingers or legs
Tx for Acathisia?
1) decrease dose
2) B-blockers
3) benzodiazepines
What is the difference between hallucination and illusion?
illusions are what magicians do...

Illusions are stimulus present but miss perception of them

Hallucination is no stimulus and perception
What are the MC hallucination types?
Auditory 2/3's
Visual 1/3

Tactile

Smell
What pathology is involved w/ auditory hallucinations?
schizophrenia
Psychotic Disorder
What is visual hallucination due to?
Drugs
Organic Tumor of Visual pathways
What is tactile hallucination associated w/?
MC drugs
Cocaine

Alcohol Withdrawal (Delirium Tremens)
What does dishelved mean?
not well groomed like a homeless person

unattended
not combing their hair
Mood means?
I feel (depressed, anxious, angry)
Affect menas?
How I express my mood

blunt, flat, labile
What pathology is associated with blunted/flat affect?
Schizophrenia
Parkinson
What does it mean when the mood and affect are incongruent?
the person says he is happy but his body language (affect) doesn't reflect it
What is associated w/ mood and affect incongruency?
Psychotic Disorder