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schizotypal

magical thinking, odd thoughts and appearances

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schizophrenia

delusions, hallucinations > 6 months

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schizoaffective

schizophrenia + mood disorder

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schizoid

voluntary social isolation

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schizophreniform

schizophrenia symptoms < 6 months

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brief psychotic disorder

schizophrenia symptoms < 1 month

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differential diagnosis for dislocation of the lens of the eye

marfan's syndrome, homocystinuria, and alport syndrome

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treatment for macular degeneration

anti-oxidants

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treatment for retinal detachment

laser photocoagulation
second line: cryotherapy

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females only, loss of previously acquired language and motor skills

ret disorder

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impairements in social interactions, communications, play, repetitive behaviors

autism

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impairment in social interaction but not avoidance, no language delay

aspergers

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young girl with stereotyped midline hand movements

ret disorder

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ignoring the basic rights of others

conduct disorder

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characterized by hostility, annoyance, vindictiveness, disobedience, and resentfulness

oppositional defiant disorder

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multiple motor and vocal tics

tourette's

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impulsive and inattentive

ADHD

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7 year old who avoids going to school to stay home with parent

separation anxiety disorder

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fever in postop period

atelectasis, pneumonia, DVT, UTI, wound infections, thrombophlebitis, wonder drugs, sinusitits

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next step: pelvic fracture, DPL shows blood in the pelvis

emergency laparotomy

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next step: pelvic fracture, DPL shows urine in the pelvis

urgent laparotomy (able to wait a few hours)

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next step: pelvic fracture, DPL shows nothing, hemodynamic instability

retroperitoneal hematoma
angiography for diagnosis and embolization

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next step: blunt abdominal trauma, unstable vital signs, FAST shows fluid in the pelvis

assume that is blood, urgent laparotomy

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next step: blunt abdominal trauma, unstable vital signs, FAST shows no fluid in the pelvis

retroperitoneal hematoma
angiography for diagnosis and embolization

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next step: blunt abdominal trauma, unstable vital signs, FAST inconclusive

perform DPL

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next step: blunt abdominal trauma, stable vital signs

CT scan

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next step: abdominal stab wound, hypotensive or with signs of peritonitis

laparotomy

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diagnostic criteria for rheumatic fever

J - joint pain
O - pancarditis
N - subcutaneous nodules
E - erythema marginatum
S - sydenham's chorea

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treatment for ventricular fibrillation

immediate electrocardioversion 360
if refractory, epinephrine + vasopressin following by epinephrine alone

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skin blistering disease that has a positive nikolsky's sign

pemphigus vulgaris