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NBME Behavioral Sciences - Qiurio

NBME Behavioral Sciences

Short NBME Behavioral Sciences

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Standard Deviation X
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Question 1
A 50-year-old man develops difficulty walking while receiving
drug therapy for paranoid behavior. Physical examination
shows masked facies and diffuse muscle rigidity. He is slow in
initiating movement and walks with a shuffling narrow-based
gait. Which of the following drugs is the most likely cause of
these findings?
A. Barbiturate
B. Benzodiazepine
C. Monoamine oxidase inhibitor
D. Phenothiazine
E. Tricyclic compound


Question 2
A 24-year-old man is brought to the emergency department by
his mother after barricading himself in his apartment. For 8
months, he has believed that aliens follow him and control his
mind. He was fired from his part-time job 6 months ago
because of unusual behavior. There are no other apparent
psychosocial stressors. His paternal grandmother has major
depressive disorder. He does not use drugs, but his mother
states that he frequently drinks beer. There is no disturbance of
mood, sleep, or appetite. Examination shows an extremely
agitated and suspicious patient. There is a 1 x 1-cm abrasion in
the right frontal area. His blood alcohol concentration is
0.5 mg/dL, and serum γ-glutamyltransferase (GGT) activity is
40 U/L (N=5–50). Which of the following is the most likely diagnosis?
A. Alcohol-induced mood disorder
B. Bipolar disorder, manic
C. Brief psychotic disorder
D. Schizoaffective disorder
E. Schizophrenia, paranoid type


Question 3
A 43-year-old woman is brought to the emergency
department 1 hour after a stranger stole her purse. She is
agitated and extremely upset. She is 163 cm (5 ft 4 in) tall
and weighs 91 kg (200 lb); BMI is 34 kg/m^2. Physical
examination shows no other abnormalities. Her blood glucose
concentration is increased. Which of the following is the most
likely explanation for this finding?
A. β-Cell hypersecretion
B. Cushing disease
C. Glucagon-secreting adenoma
D. Pancreatitis
E. Normal stress hormone response




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