By Dr. Barry Wright, Dr. Subodh Dave, Dr. Nisha Dogra
The a hundred circumstances sequence books are a well-liked studying and revision software that paintings by way of guiding the reader via each one scientific case in a hugely dependent demeanour. each one state of affairs offers information of the patient's scientific historical past and the most important findings of a scientific exam, including preliminary research effects info for review. Key questions then suggested the reader to guage the sufferer, and succeed in a call relating to their situation and the prospective remedy plan; whereas the reply pages demonstrate the methods a clinician is going via in such situations.The volumes are designed with the scholar in brain, and contain gains to help self-directed studying, scientific reasoning and problem-solving. The structure is appropriate for normal self-assessment as a part of examination revision, for swotting up earlier than psychiatry OSCEs, and for junior medical professionals approximately to begin a rotation within the psychiatry ward. a hundred circumstances are fairly suitable for college students on problem-based studying courses.100 instances in Psychiatry covers quite a lot of themes resembling phobias, bereavement, and paranoia, around the following topic components: grownup Psychiatry, Older humans, Forensic Psychiatry, baby and Adolescent Psychiatry and studying incapacity Psychiatry.
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He lives with his girlfriend. His parents live locally, he is an only child and there is no family history of mental illness. He smokes 15–20 cigarettes a day and engages in social drinking using no more than 10 units a week. He uses cannabis ‘now and then’ and has abused cocaine in the past. Examination His eye contact is not good when you are talking but is intense when he is addressing you. He is talking quite rapidly and claims to be the ‘Crown Prince of England’. He answers in rhyming ditties and breaks down in sobs holding his girlfriend’s hand.
She does not smoke or abuse any illicit drugs. Mental state examination She is dressed smartly wearing subtle makeup. She establishes a good rapport and is very deferential. She speaks articulately but starts sobbing when talking of her abortion. She looks visibly upset when talking about her boyfriend. Her anger is evident when talking about her father. She clearly describes ideas of hopelessness, guilt and worthlessness. Her mood is low, but she does not have any ideas of self-harm. She has very good insight and she understands the need to deal with her symptoms and the personality issues underlying them.
When the staff nurse approaches him to calm him, he starts shouting and swearing loudly and becomes quite intimidating and threatening. He was first diagnosed with depression 5 years ago and responded well to citalopram 20 mg once a day, which was discontinued after a year. Six months ago he became depressed once again and was again prescribed citalopram 20 mg a day. He has been seen every four weeks at the GP surgery since then and has been quite well. On his last visit 2 weeks ago he complained of poor sleep and was prescribed temazepam 10 mg nocte.
100 Cases in Psychiatry by Dr. Barry Wright, Dr. Subodh Dave, Dr. Nisha Dogra