Comprehensive Review of Psychiatry by Rajesh R. Tampi MD MS, Sunanda Muralee MD, Natalie D. Weder

By Rajesh R. Tampi MD MS, Sunanda Muralee MD, Natalie D. Weder MD

Derived from a well-liked evaluate path for citizens and fellows at Yale University's division of Psychiatry, this finished question-and-answer assessment e-book will arrange resident and working towards psychiatrists for every type of standardized examinations, together with the PRITE, the yank Board of Psychiatry and Neurology written examination, and recertification assessments. The e-book includes 2,000 multiple-choice questions divided into ten 200-question exams, and every attempt covers all psychiatry and neurology subject matters within the ABPN curriculum. a solution part with whole solutions, reasons, and references for additional evaluate follows each one test.

All of the questions may be on hand on a significant other web site, in order that readers can take the assessments online.

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By Rajesh R. Tampi MD MS, Sunanda Muralee MD, Natalie D. Weder MD

Derived from a well-liked evaluate path for citizens and fellows at Yale University's division of Psychiatry, this finished question-and-answer assessment e-book will arrange resident and working towards psychiatrists for every type of standardized examinations, together with the PRITE, the yank Board of Psychiatry and Neurology written examination, and recertification assessments. The e-book includes 2,000 multiple-choice questions divided into ten 200-question exams, and every attempt covers all psychiatry and neurology subject matters within the ABPN curriculum. a solution part with whole solutions, reasons, and references for additional evaluate follows each one test.

All of the questions may be on hand on a significant other web site, in order that readers can take the assessments online.

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None of the above 173. A 22-year-old man is brought to the ER by his friends from a local club in a comatose state. On examination, he is found to be bradycardic (pulse rate of 45 beats/minute) and is unresponsive to painful stimuli. His friends claim that he lost consciousness about 45 minutes after the oral ingestion of a club drug. He is also hypoventilating (respiratory rate of 6 breathes/minute) and having jerky movements of his arms and legs. Within a few minutes of arrival at the ER, he stops breathing.

Category Test C. Trail-Making Test D. Delis-Kaplan Test E. Judgment of line orientation 108. Which one of the following statements regarding a suicide risk assessment is NOT TRUE? A. It is a process and not an event. B. It should be part of all standard psychiatric assessments. C. Obtaining a no-harm contract is essential. D. It requires frequent updating. E. It should always evaluate risk and protective factors. 109. You recently began treating an individual with a diagnosis of major depression.

The physician’s records indicate that the patient was an average weight for her height at the age of 12, when she experienced menarche. Over the past few years, she has continued to have regular menstrual periods approximately every month. She is not currently taking any medications or herbal supplements. Based on this information, what is her most accurate diagnosis? A. Anorexia Nervosa, Restricting Type B. Anorexia Nervosa, Binge-eating/Purging Type C. Bulimia Nervosa, Purging Type D. Bulimia Nervosa, Nonpurging Type E.

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