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Exam Title : Dementia, Delirium, Delusions, and Psychiatric


Number Of Question : 7
Question #1: A patient with acute psychosis, who is on haloperidol 20mg/day for last 2 days, has an episode characterized by tongue protrusion, oculogyric crisis, torticollis and abnormal posture of limbs and trunk without loss of consciousness for 20 minutes before presenting to the emergency department. This improved within a few minutes after administration of diphenhydramine. The most likely diagnosis is
Acute dystonia
Akathisia
Tardive dyskinesia
Neuroleptic malignant syndrome
Question #2: All are true regarding Fronto-temporal dementia except
Stereotypic behavior
Insight present
Age less than 65 years
Affective symptoms
Question #3: The term “Dementia precox” was coined by
Freud
Bleuler
Kraepelin
Schineider
Question #4: All of the following are associated with better prognosis in schizophrenia, except
Late onset
Married
Negative symptoms
Acute onset
Question #5: Delusions are seen in all of the following, Except
Shizophrenia
Depression
Dementia
Conversion Disorder