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Exam Title : Dementia, Delirium, Delusions, and Psychiatric

Number Of Question : 7
Question #1: The term “Dementia precox” was coined by
Question #2: Delusions is a disorder of
Question #3: All are true regarding Fronto-temporal dementia except
Stereotypic behavior
Insight present
Age less than 65 years
Affective symptoms
Question #4: 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
Tardive dyskinesia
Neuroleptic malignant syndrome
Question #5: A 30 year old man since 2 months suspects that his wife is having an affair with his boss. He thinks his friend is also involved from abroad and is providing technology support. He thinks people talk ill about him. His friend tried to convince him but he is not convinced at all. Otherwise he is normal, he doesn’t have any thought disorder or any other inappropriate behavior. The most likely diagnosis
Paranoid personality disorder
Persistent delusion disorder
Acute and Transient psychosis