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1

Victims of domestic violence should be screened for what?

Depression, suicidal, self harm

2

What is the most important initial intervention? How should it be asked?

Identify a emergency safety plan; Where is a safe place that you can go when you are afraid⁉️

3

What should be mentioned in the closure for domestic renovations?

Community resources such as domestic violence shelters Counseling

4

What test should be ran for a patient with sexual salt?

Nucleic acid amplification test for chlamydia and gonorrhea
HIV and Hepatitis B Screen
VDRL or RPR for syphilis
Urine HCG

5

What is secondary enuresis?

Incontinence after a patient has had a period of 6months or more with enuresis.

6

What are the causes of secondary enuresis?

Urinary tract infection, psychological, diabetes mellitus, diabetes insipidus, Obstructive sleep apnea

7

What are the associated symptoms for urinary tract infection? Diabetes mellitus? Psychologic enuresis etiology?

Dysuria, hesitancy, urgency, Abdominal pain.
Polyuria, polydipsia, polyphagia, weight loss, Lethargy, Candidiasis
Behavior regression, moved liability.

8

What is psychogenic polydipsia?

Abnormal fluid intake. Cause of enuresis

9

Genitourinary causes for nocturnal enuresis are usually associated with?

Daytime incontinence, voiding problems, frequent small avoiding, Holding maneuvers

10

What system will you use for enuresis patients?

Determine whether it’s primary or secondary, Whether monosymptomatic or non mono-symptomatic (daytime incontinence)
Etiologies of secondary enuresis

11

What can be told to patient’s parents with enuresis in order to calm them?

Enuresis is a common problem and usually resolves spontaneously

12

What are the dementia/forgetfulness differential?

Alzheimer’s disease, vascular dementia, frontotemporal dementia, dementia with Lewis bodies, normal pressure hydrocephalus, Prion disease

13

What are the ass. Symptoms for frontotemporal dementia?

Apathy, disinhibition, compulsive behavior, personality changes, frontotemporal atrophy on imaging

14

What are associated symptoms for prion disease?

Behavior changes, rapid progression, Monoclonus, seizures

15

What neuropsychiatric disorders may affect memory?

Depression, multiple sclerosis

16

What metabolic disorders may affect memory?

Hypothyroidism, vitamin B deficiency

17

In addition to alcohol abuse, what medications can cause memory impairment/cognitive dysfunction?

trycyclic antidepressants, benzodiazepines, digoxin

18

What test should be ran for patients with memory impairment?

Serum Vitamin B12, TSH, BUN/Cr, CBC Electrolytes, liver function panel, UA and culture, Utox

19

What test can be done for female patients who are victims of domestic violence?

NAAT for chlamydia and gonorrhea
VDRL or RPR
HIV Screen
Urine HCG
Hepatitis B screen

20

When should CT Scan be done for domestic abuse patients?

CT Scan for Craniofacial injuries

21

Excessive fluid intake with frequent large volume of your nature can be a sign for what?

Psychogenic enuresis, diabetes or kidney problems

22

What is an injury that children can have that can lead to enuresis?

Spinal injury

23

What test can be done if retained feces is suspected?

Abdominal x-ray