Blueprints Clinical Cases in Psychiatry / Edition 2 available in Paperback
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- Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Blueprints Clinical Cases in Psychiatry, Second Edition offers third- and fourth-year medical students valuable preparation for clerkships and the USMLE Steps 2 and 3. The book features 60 clinical cases, 10 new to this edition and 50 revised and updated from the first edition. Each case consists of a clinical vignette followed by thought questions and discussion, and ends with a question-and-answer review and a listing of suggested additional reading. A question-and-answer section at the end of the book contains 100 USMLE-format multiple-choice questions and detailed answer explanations.
Table of Contents
ADULT PATIENTS WHO PRESENT IN THE OFFICE OR INPATIENT PSYCHIATRY
Case 1: I Don't Feel Like Myself
Case 2: I'm Tired All the Time
Case 3: He Seems Like a Different Person
Case 4: We're Losing Our Son
Case 5: I've Been Having Trouble Sleeping for the Past 10 Years
Case 6: I'm Having Problems with My Boyfriend
Case 7: I Don't Know What's Wrong
Case 8: I'm Having Trouble Sleeping
Case 9: Is the Ozone Hole Affecting Me?
Case 10: My Wife's Lawyer Insisted I See You
Case 11: My Wife Left Me!
Case 12: My Boss Told Me to Come
Case 13: I Can't Stop Crying
Case 14: Why Is She Biting Herself?
Case 15: I'm Fed Up with These Mood Swings
Case 16: I Know This Behavior Must Stop
Case 17: I Feel Fantastic
Case 18: I Cannot Sit Still
Case 19: I Am Worried That She Might Leave Me
Case 20: Am I Addicted?
Case 21: My Orthopedist Told Me I Needed a Shrink
Case 22: My Nose Is Deformed
Case 23: My Wife Is Having an Affair
Case 24: I'm Always Miserable
ADULT PATIENTS WHO PRESENT VIA HOSPITAL CONSULTATION
Case 25: Help Us with This Patient
Case 26: This Patient Needs Chemo
Case 27: He Has AIDS
Case 28: I Should Be Happy
Case 29: They Are Trying to Poison Me
Case 30: He's Uncontrollable
ADULT PATIENTS WHO PRESENT IN THE EMERGENCY ROOM
Case 31: I Am Special: God Is Sending Me Messages
Case 32: I Feel Awful
Case 33: They Are Sucking My Thoughts Out
Case 34: Mute and Immobile
Case 35: Who Am I?
Case 36: Go Away! Come Back!
Case 37: Something's Wrong with My Baby
Case 38: Mute with a Fever
GERIATRIC PATIENTS WHO PRESENT IN THE OFFICE
Case 39: I Can't Sleep
Case 40: Why Is My Husband Fighting with Me?
Case 41: Is My Husband Depressed?
Case 42: He Won't Leave the Neighbors Alone
Case 43: Should Mom Be in a Home?
GERIATRIC PATIENTS WHO PRESENT VIA HOSPITAL CONSULTATION
Case 44: We Can't Find Anything Wrong
Case 45: He Refuses to Eat
CHILD/ADOLESCENT PATIENTS WHO PRESENT IN THE OFFICE
Case 46: My Son Isn't Doing Well in School
Case 47: My Daughter Isn't Doing Well in School
Case 48: I'm Having Trouble in School
Case 49: What's Wrong with My Son?
Case 50: My Son Is Twitching
Case 51: He Fell Down the Stairs
Case 52: I Can't Get Him to Go to School
Case 53: My Son Is Always in Trouble at School
Case 54: I'm Stressed
Case 55: Everything's Fine
Case 56: He Makes in His Pants
Case 57: He Keeps Wetting the Bed
Case 58: My Son Isn't Talking
CHILD/ADOLESCENT PATIENTS WHO PRESENT IN THE EMERGENCY ROOM
Case 59: I Didn't Mean to Do It
Case 60: He Is Not Making Any Sense
REVIEW Q & A
Answers and Explanations