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Labile affect: Quiz

  

Question 1: [2] It also occurs in approximately 10% of ________ patients[3], signalling a degree of cognitive impairment.
Acute disseminated encephalomyelitisNeuromyelitis opticaPoser criteriaMultiple sclerosis

Question 2: In the USA, a combination of ________ and a subtherapeutic dose of quinidine has been submitted to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for approval to treat emotional lability.
PhencyclidineMorphanolDextromethorphanTramadol

Question 3: In motor neuron disease, the majority of patients are cognitively normal; however, the appearance of uncontrollable emotions is commonly associated with ________.
DysgraphiaDyslexiaLearning disabilityAphasia

Question 4: Treatment for labile affect is usually pharmacological, using antidepressants such as fluoxetine, citalopram, or ________ in low to moderate doses.
AmitriptylineTricyclic antidepressantTrimipramineTetracyclic antidepressant

Question 5: It is also currently being considered for inclusion in the DSM as one of the two symptoms (of five possible) which must be present for a diagnosis of ________ (ADHD) in adults.
Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorderSchizophreniaMajor depressive disorderBipolar disorder

Question 6: Labile affect or pseudobulbar affect refers to the pathological expression of ________, crying, or smiling.
CerebrumLaughterBrainHippocampus
















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