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Predominance of phobic ruminative ideas, with the absence of compulsions c. Presence of hopelessness and hallucinations d. Family history of OCD e. Continuous, episodic course Question 93 All of the following are known to be risk factors for suicide, except a. Low social class b. Middle social class c. High social class d. Divorced individuals e. Poor social support Question 94 A 22-year-old man presents to the clinic with white patches and gingival fibromata. He attends a special school because of learning difficulties and receives medical outpatient follow-up for epilepsy.
Which other psychiatric comorbidity is highly prevalent in his condition? a. Generalized anxiety disorder b. Obsessive-compulsive disorder c. Panic disorder d. Depressive disorder e. Psychotic disorder Question 32 What is the estimated prevalence of schizophrenia in people with mental retardation? a. 1%–2% b. 3%–5% c. 9%–8% d. 9%–11% e. 12%–14% Question 33 Hypermethylation of which of the following genes is most likely to be associated with antisocial personality disorder? a. Dysbindin gene b. Enolase gene c.
Marked clumsiness c. Socially withdrawn d. Worries about the welfare of his classmates e. Language delay Question 92 With regard to the treatment of OCD, poor prognostic factors include all of the following, with the exception of a. Symptoms involving the need for symmetry and exactness b. Predominance of phobic ruminative ideas, with the absence of compulsions c. Presence of hopelessness and hallucinations d. Family history of OCD e. Continuous, episodic course Question 93 All of the following are known to be risk factors for suicide, except a.
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