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Psychiatrie Preparation (Pr. Pauv Bunthoeun)

 

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1) 27) A 76-year-old man is diagnosed with dementia of the Alzheimer typ Which of the following
chemicals has been most commonly associated with this disease?

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2) 15) Disorientation occurs in –

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3) 14) Acting-out in coping skill means :

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4) αž’αŸ’αž“αž€αž‡αŸ†αž„αžΊαž˜αŸ’αž“αžΆαž€αŸ‹αž‡αžΏαž™αŸ‰αžΆαž„αž˜αžΆαŸ† αž“αž·αž„αž’αŸ‡αž’αžΆαž„αžαžΆ αžαž½αžšαž€αŸ’αž”αžΆαž›αžšαž”αžŸαŸ‹αž‚αžΆαžαŸ‹αž”αžΆαž“αžšαž›αž½αž™αž’αžŸαŸ‹αž αžΎαž™αŸ”β€‹ αž…αžΌαžšαž‡αŸ’αžšαžΎαžŸαžšαžΎαžŸαž™αž€αž…αŸ†αž‘αžΎαž™αž˜αž½αž™ αžŠαŸ‚αž›αžαŸ’αžšαžΉαž˜αžαŸ’αžšαžΌαžœαž‡αžΆαž„αž‚αŸ

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5) 29) A 32-year-old patient is being interviewed in his physician’s offic He eventually answers each
question, but he gives long answers with a great deal of tedious and unnecessary detail before doing
so. Which of the following symptoms best describes this patient’s presentation?

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6) 3) Hallucinations which occur at the ‘start’ of sleep is –

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7) 6) Loss of insight is seen in –

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8) 19) Risk factors for the development of delirium include

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9) 22) Psychosis αž˜αžΆαž“αž“αŸαž™αžαžΆ

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10) 7) Increased suicidal tendency is associated with –

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11) 20) Risk factors for the development of Alzheimer Dementia include

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12) 8) A person who laughs one minute and cries the next without any clear stimulus is said to have –

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13) αž€αžΆαžšαž€αžΎαžαž˜αžΆαž“αž“αžΌαžœαžŸαŸ†αž‘αž»αŸ‡αž…αž·αžαŸ’αžαž–αžΈαž•αŸ’αž‘αž»αž™αž‚αŸ’αž“αžΆαž€αžΎαžαž‘αžΎαž„αž“αŸ…αž›αžΎαž˜αž“αž»αžŸαŸ’αžŸαžαŸ‚αž˜αŸ’αž“αžΆαž€αŸ‹αž“αž·αž„αž€αŸ’αž“αž»αž„αž–αŸαž›αžαŸ‚αž˜αž½αž™αž‚αžΊαž‡αžΆ

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14) 10) Tics, hair pulling, nail biting can be treated by ?

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15) 17) Physiological disturbance associated with mood include

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16) 18) Thought process means :

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17) αžαžΆαž˜αž€αžαŸ’αžαžΆBiologyαž˜αžΌαž›αž αŸαžαž»αžŠαŸ‚αž›αž”αžŽαŸ’αžαžΆαž›αž’αŸ„αž™αž˜αžΆαž“αž‡αŸ†αž„αžΊSchizophreniaαž”αžŽαŸ’αžαžΆαž›αž˜αž€αž–αžΈ

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18) αž€αžΆαžšαžŸαŸ’αž“αžΎαžšαž’αŸ„αž™αž’αŸ’αž“αž€αž‡αŸ†αž„αžΊαž”αž€αžŸαŸ’αžšαžΆαž™αž’αžαŸ’αžαž“αŸαž™αž“αŸƒαžŸαž»αž—αžΆαžŸαž·αž αžšαžΊαž’αžαŸ’αžαž“αŸαž™αž”αž„αŸ’αž€αž”αŸ‹αž“αŸƒαž”αŸ’αžšαž™αŸ„αž‚αžŽαžΆαž˜αž½αž™αž‚αžΊαž‡αžΆαžœαž·αž’αžΈαžŸαžΆαžŸαŸ’αžšαŸ’αžαž“αŸƒαž€αžΆαžšαžœαžΆαž™αžαŸ†αž›αŸƒαž‘αŸ…αž›αžΎ

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19) 26) A 23 year – old, male living in Pursat, he come to see the Doctor at KSFH on 30.6.16 This
patient brought to the hospital by his mother because of strange behavior, poor sleep, talkative,
paranoid ideas, wandering and disorganized speech. These problem stated for 1 week after he had
conflict with his neighbor. BP : 12/70 , T : 37, Pulse : 60/mn What is the most likely appropriate
treatment for this patient ?

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20) 2) An 18 year old boy came to the psychiatry OPD with a complaint of feeling changed from insidHe
described himself as feeling strange as if he is different from his normal self.He was very tense and
anxious yet could not point out the precise change in him.This phenomena is best called as:

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21) αž…αŸ†αž‘αžΎαž™αžαžΆαž„αž€αŸ’αžšαŸ„αž˜αž“αŸαŸ‡ αžαžΎαžšαŸ„αž‚αžŸαž‰αŸ’αž‰αžΆαžŽαžΆαž˜αž½αž™αž‡αžΆαžšαŸ„αž‚αžŸαž‰αŸ’αž‰αžΆαžšαž”αžŸαŸ‹αž‡αŸ†αž„αžΊSchizophrenia :

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22) 4) A male child of 15 years, with a mental age of 9 years has an IQ of:

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23) 13) Asking a patient to interpret a proverb is used as a way of assessing :

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24) 5) Knowledge of own disease/illness in Mental status examination

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25) 16) Perceptual in psychiatry means:

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26) 23) Neologism αž˜αžΆαž“αž“αŸαž™αžαžΆ

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27) 21) Emotional resulting from doing something perceived as wrong:

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28) 12) Loosening of association is an example of:

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29) 9) A pt with pneumonia for 5 days is admitted to the hospital. He suddenly ceases to recognize the
doctor and staff, thinks that he is in jail and complains of scorpions attacking him. He is in altered
sensorium; this condition is:

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30) 28) A 22-year-old male is admitted to hospital for a psychotic illness and was commenced on an
antipsychotic medication. Few days later, he complains of feeling anxious and restless. He is unable
to keep his legs from moving and has been pacing up and down the corridors. He is distressed by his
symptoms and has been expressing suicidal thoughts. His urine drug screen was negativ Select the
most likely diagnosis from the following answer:

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31) 1) Patient with IQ of 60 has –

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32) 11) Impaired insight is evident in –

Your score is

The average score is 88%

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