General Psychiatry

 

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1. The following conditions are more common in women:  
A. Schizophrenia
F
B. Capgras delusion
T
C. de Clerambault’s syndrome
T
D. Bipolar Affective Disorder
F
E. Depression
T
   
2. The following conditions are more common in men:  
A. Post-traumatic epilepsy
T
B. Agoraphobia
F
C. Social Phobia
F
D. Wernicke’s encephalopathy
T
E. Dissociative amnesia
F
   
3. The following conditions are more common in upper social classes:  
A. Anorexia nervosa
T
B. Schizophrenia
F
C. Agoraphobia
F
D. Depression
F
E. Suicide
T
   
4. The following conditions are more common in urban, or socially deprived areas:  
A. Schizophrenia
T
B. Depression
T
C. Bipolar Affective Disorder
T
D. Dissociative disorders of movement and sensation
T
E. Epilepsy ?
   
5. The following associations with suicide are recognized:  
A. Peptic ulcer
T
B. Non-delusional dysmorphophobia
T
C. Huntington’s chorea
T
D. Epilepsy
T
E. Bereavement in childhood
T
   
6. The following conditions usually have their onset before the age of 35 years:  
A. Schizophrenia
T
B. Agoraphobia
T
C. Space phobia
F
D. Pick’s disease
F
E. Dissociative convulsions
T
   
7. The following are recognized associations:  
A. Panic disorder and mitral valve prolapse
T
B. Klinefelter's disease and epilepsy
T
C. Phaeochromocytoma and MEN type I syndrome
F
D. Insulinoma and MEN type II syndrome
F
E. Alcohol abuse and hepatocellular carcinoma
T
   
8. Regarding suicide:  
A. Drowning, as a method, is more common among men
F
B. It is the number one cause of death among young males aged 15-24
F
C. Only 25 % of suicide victims have a mental illness
F
D. Rate is highest in the winter months
F
E. Obsessive compulsive disorder is a risk factor
F
   
9. The following conditions are autosomal recessive:  
A. Leigh disease
T
B. Huntington’s chorea
F
C. Gaucher’s disease
T
D. Alzheimer’s disease (familial types)
F
E. Parry type of cerebral ceroid lipofuscinosis
F
   
10. The following conditions are autosomal dominant:  
A. Tay-Sachs disease
F
B. Porphyria
T
C. Phaechromocytoma
F
D. Metachromatic leucodystrophy
F
E. Wilson’s disease
F


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