DSM-5-TR: Differentiating Diagnoses Part II

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Match the following sleep disorders with their descriptions:

Insomnia Disorder = Difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep Hypersomnolence Disorder = Excessive daytime sleepiness Nightmare Disorder = Recurrent awakenings from frightening dreams Non-Rapid Eye Movement Sleep Disorder = Abnormal behaviors during sleep

Match the following dissociative disorders with their characteristics:

Depersonalization/Derealization Disorder = Feelings of being detached from one's own body or surroundings Dissociative Amnesia = Inability to recall important personal information Dissociative Identity Disorder = Presence of two or more distinct identities or personality states Genito-Pelvic Pain/Penetration Disorder = Physical pain during intercourse

Match the following eating disorders with their features:

Anorexia Nervosa = Restriction of food intake leading to significantly low body weight Bulimia Nervosa = Episodes of binge eating followed by compensatory behaviors Binge Eating Disorder = Frequent episodes of consuming large amounts of food without compensatory behaviors Unspecified Eating Disorder = Disordered eating behavior that does not fit specific criteria for other eating disorders

Match the following substance-related disorders with their characteristics:

Substance Intoxication = Physical and cognitive effects of recent substance use Substance Withdrawal = Symptoms that occur when reducing or stopping substance use Gambling Disorder = Persistent and recurrent problematic gambling behavior Substance Use Disorder = Impaired control over substance use leading to significant distress or impairment

Match the following somatic disorders with their distinctions:

Somatic Symptom Disorder = Excessive thoughts, feelings, or behaviors related to physical symptoms Illness Anxiety Disorder = Preoccupation with having a serious illness despite minimal or no symptoms Functional Neurological Symptom Disorder = Neurological symptoms not explained by medical condition but linked to psychological factors Factitious Disorder = Intentionally producing or feigning physical or psychological symptoms for attention

Match the following pain and sexual disorders with their conditions:

Genito-Pelvic Pain/Penetration Disorder = Pain during intercourse in females Female Sexual Interest/Arousal Disorder = Lack of sexual interest, arousal, or sexual pleasure in females Central Sleep Apnea = Breathing pauses during sleep due to central nervous system dysfunction Narcolepsy = Excessive daytime sleepiness and sudden loss of muscle tone triggered by emotions

Study Notes

Sleep Disorders

  • Match sleep disorders with their descriptions
  • Understanding the characteristics of sleep disorders is crucial for diagnosis and treatment

Dissociative Disorders

  • Match dissociative disorders with their characteristics
  • Recognizing the characteristics of dissociative disorders helps in identifying symptoms and providing appropriate treatment

Eating Disorders

  • Match eating disorders with their features
  • Understanding the features of eating disorders is essential for developing effective treatment plans

Substance-Related Disorders

  • Match substance-related disorders with their characteristics
  • Identifying the characteristics of substance-related disorders helps in understanding addiction and developing treatment strategies

Somatic Disorders

  • Match somatic disorders with their distinctions
  • Recognizing the distinctions of somatic disorders is important for accurate diagnosis and treatment

Pain and Sexual Disorders

  • Match pain and sexual disorders with their conditions
  • Understanding the conditions of pain and sexual disorders is crucial for providing effective treatment and care

This quiz challenges you to identify the distinctions between various diagnoses such as Delirium, Major Neurocognitive Disorder, Somatic Symptom Disorder, Factitious Disorder, Anorexia Nervosa, Depersonalization/Derealization Disorder, and more. Test your knowledge on differentiating these conditions as per DSM-5-TR criteria.

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