December 01, 2010
Psychosis, Mania, and Catatonia
Expires January 01, 2017

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Sample questions:
Hallucinations are a hallmark of a psychotic disorder due to a medical condition. A visually impaired patient who remains aware of the abnormal nature of his hallucinations, and as a result is hesitant to divulge information about them, is likely experiencing which of the following?
Delusions are often classified by their content and style. A syndrome in which the patient believes that a family member or close friend has been replaced by an exact double is called
A form of catatonia characterized by fever, autonomic dysfunction with tachycardia and elevated blood pressure, rigidity, mutism, and stupor is called