Portál: Final Questions Psychiatry (1. LF UK, VL)

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General Psychiatry[edit | edit source]

  1. History of psychiatry
  2. Classification of mental and behavioral disorders
  3. Development of human psyche
  4. Genetics of mental disorders
  5. Neurobiology of mental disorders
  6. Neurotransmitter systems
  7. Etiology of mental disorders
  8. Psychiatric examination
  9. Psychological assessment and tests
  10. Communication with patients
  11. Auxiliary examination methods: biochemical and toxicological tests, imaging methods, electroencephalography, and phalopletysmography
  12. Consciousness and its disorders
  13. Emotions and their disorders
  14. Perception and its disorders
  15. Thinking and its disorders
  16. Memory and its disorders
  17. Personality disorders
  18. Acting, behavior and volition and their disorders
  19. Intellect and its disorders
  20. Suicidality and self-harm
  21. Aggression and violence
  22. First aid in emergencies in psychiatry
  23. The legal status of mentally ill
  24. Ethic issues in psychiatry
  25. Psychotherapy as a treatment method and its indications
  26. Basic schools of psychotherapy
  27. Forms and methods of psychotherapy
  28. ECT, rTMS, chronobiology
  29. Antipsychotics typical and atypical
  30. Tricyclic antidepressants, SSRI, SNRI and other with a dual mechanism of action
  31. Mood stabilizers
  32. Hypnotics and anxiolytics
  33. Psychostimulants
  34. Cognitives
  35. Specifics of childhood pharmacotherapy
  36. Forensic psychiatry
  37. Transcultural psychiatry
  38. Social psychiatry
  39. Marriage and family
  40. A comprehensive treatment program for addictions to psychoactive substances

Special Psychiatry[edit | edit source]

  1. Alzheimer's Disease
  2. Vascular dementia
  3. Dementia except Alzheimer's disease and vascular dementia
  4. Organic mental disorders except dementia
  5. The delirious states
  6. Comorbid mental disorders in internal , neurological and oncological diseases
  7. Epilepsy
  8. Mental disorders caused by alcohol use
  9. Mental disorders caused by opioids use
  10. Mental disorders caused by cannabinoids use
  11. Mental disorders caused by stimulants and hallucinogens use
  12. Pathological Gambling
  13. Withdrawal states - alcohol abuse
  14. Schizophrenia
  15. Schizoaffective disorder
  16. Acute and transient psychotic disorder and schizotypal disorder
  17. Delusional disorder
  18. Affective disorders
  19. Bipolar affective disorder and cyclothymia
  20. Phobic anxiety disorders
  21. Obsessive-compulsive disorder
  22. Acute stress reaction, adjustment disorder
  23. Posttraumatic stress disorder
  24. dissociative disorders
  25. Somatoform and dissociative (conversion) disorders
  26. Eating disorders
  27. Sleep/wake cycle disorders
  28. Mental disorders associated with the puerperium, menstrual cycle and menopause
  29. sexual dysfunctions
  30. gender identity disorder
  31. paraphilias
  32. Specific personality disorders
  33. Mental retardation
  34. Pervasive developmental disorders
  35. Hyperkinetic disorder (ADHD)
  36. Tic disorders
  37. Schizophrenia, affective and neurotic disorders in childhood and adolescence
  38. Eating disorders in childhood and adolescence