Psychiatry - International students, 5th year


Last update: 1. 2. 2017
 

A. General Psychiatry

  1. History of modern psychiatry.
  2. Medical history in psychiatry, present psychopathological status.
  3. Formal thought disturbances.
  4. Delusions.
  5. Emotivity disturbances.
  6. Memory disturbances, amnestic – confabulatory syndrome.
  7. Qualitative disturbances of consciousness.
  8. Perception disturbances.
  9. Suicidal behavior.
  10. Catatonic syndrome.
  11. Phobias, obsessions, compulsions.
  12. Hypochondriacal syndrome.
  13. International classification of diseases (ICD – 10).
  14. Psychological examination in psychiatry.
  15. Involuntary hospitalization of mentally ill patient, position of mentally ill patient from the aspect of the law.
  16. Tricyclic antidepressants, incl. side effects and toxicity.
  17. SSRI antidepressants.
  18. Dual antidepressants – NaSSA, SNRI, NDRI.
  19. Benzodiazepine and non-benzodiazepine anxiolytics.
  20. Mood stabilizers (lithium, carbamazepine, valproate).
  21. Typical antipsychotics.
  22. Malignant neuroleptic syndrome.
  23. Atypical antipsychotics.
  24. Stimulants and atomoxetine.
  25. Acetylcholinesterase inhibitors and other cognitive enhancers.
  26. Electroconvulsive therapy.
  27. Other biological treatments in psychiatry (rTMS, phototherapy etc.).
  28. Treatment of delirium tremens.
  29. Current trends in psychotherapy.
  30. Psychotherapeutic techniques (psychotherapeutic dialogue, psychodrama, hypnosis, relaxation techniques).
  31. Individual and group psychotherapy.
  32. Family therapy.
  33. Specific aspects of psychotherapy in children and adolescents.
     

B. Special Psychiatry (clinical picture, treatment)

  1. Dementia of Alzheimer type.
  2. Vascular dementia.
  3. Dementia with Lewy bodies.
  4. Alcohol dependence, acute intoxication by alcohol.
  5. Alcohol withdrawal syndrome and delirium tremens.
  6. Drug dependence – individual drugs, characteristics.
  7. Gambling.
  8. Schizophrenia – diagnostic criteria, positive and negative symptoms.
  9. Paranoid schizophrenia, simple schizophrenia.
  10. Hebephrenic schizophrenia, catatonic schizophrenia.
  11. Schizoaffective disorder, persistent delusional disorder.
  12. Bipolar affective disorder – manic episode.
  13. Bipolar affective disorder – depressive episode.
  14. Recurrent depressive disorder.
  15. Panic disorder.
  16. Generalized anxiety disorder.
  17. Obsessive – compulsive disorder.
  18. Adjustment disorders.
  19. Posttraumatic stress disorder.
  20. Dissociative disorders.
  21. Somatoform disorders and neurasthenia.
  22. Anorexia nervosa.
  23. Bulimia nervosa.
  24. Personality disorders.
  25. Sexual dysfunctions.
  26. Disorders of sexual preference (paraphilias).
  27. Mental retardation.
  28. Childhood autism.
  29. Asperger syndrome.
  30. Hyperkinetic disorder – Disturbance of activity and attention.
  31. Hyperkinetic conduct disorder.
  32. Conduct disorders in childhood.
  33. Separation anxiety disorder in childhood.
  34. Elective mutism.
  35. Reactive attachment disorder of childhood, disinhibited attachment disorder of childhood.
  36. Functional enuresis.
  37. Tic disorders.
  38. Psychotic illness in childhood.
  39. Maltreated and abused child.
     

Recommended sources:
Hosák, L., Hrdlička, M. (eds.): Psychiatry and pedopsychiatry. 1st ed., Prague, Karolinum 2017 (English version, published in January 2017).
Sadock, B. J.: Kaplan and Sadock´s Pocket Handbook of Clinical Psychiatry. Lippincott Williams and Wilkins 2005.
 

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