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Patient displays s/s of the following diagnoses based on the their presentation, and s/s displayed below:
[checkbox name="3" value="MAJOR DEPRESSIVE DISORDER:|depressed mood most of the day/nearly every day|anhedonia related to almost all activities most of the day/nearly every day|significant change in appetite or weight|insomnia or hypersomnia nearly every day|psychomotor retardation observed by others nearly every day|fatigue or loss of energy nearly every day|feelings of worthlessness or inappropriate guilt nearly every day|diminished ability to think, concentrate or indecisiveness nearly every day|recurrent thoughts of death|all s/s are present for the past 2 weeks and have caused significant impairment in function"]

[checkbox name="GAD" value="GENERALIZED ANXIETY DISORDER:|excessive anxiety/worry about a number of events on most days for the past 6 months that is difficult to control and is associated with:|restlessness|easy fatigue|concentration difficulties|irritability|muscle tension|sleep disturbance"]

[checkbox name="PANIC" value="PANIC DISORDER:|an abrupt surge of intense fear accompanied with:|4|heart palpitations or racing heart|sweating|shaking|shortness of breath|choking sensation|chest discomfort|GI distress|dizziness|chills or heat sensations|paresthesia|derealization or depersonalization|fear of losing control|fear of dying|the patient has formed maladaptive behaviors or worry related to panic attacks for over the past month"]

[checkbox name="BPD" value="BORDERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDER:|frantic efforts to avoid abandonment|pattern of unstable interpersonal relationships|unstable self image|2 or more areas of self damaging impulsivity|recurrent suicidal behaviors|intense mood lability lasting a few hours but rarely a few days|chronic emptiness|inappropriate and intense displays of anger|stress-related paranoia or severe dissociative symptoms"]

[checkbox name="BP" value="BIPOLAR I DISORDER:|history of a distinct period of abnormally elevated or irritable mood and persistently increased energy/activity lasting at least 1 week with the following associated symptoms: |inflated self esteem or grandiosity|decreased need for sleep|pressured speech|flight of ideas or racing thoughts|distractibility|increased goal related activity or psychomotor agitation|excessive involvement in risky behaviors"]

[checkbox name="ADHD" value="ATTENTION-DEFICIT/HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER:|The patient has the following associated symptoms that occur often and impair function, all present prior to the age of 12 and occur in at least 2 settings:|careless mistakes|difficulty sustaining their attention|difficulty listening to others|difficulty following through on instructions|difficulty organizing tasks and activities|difficulty engaging in tasks that require sustained mental effort|loses necessary items|easily distracted|forgetful of daily activities|fidgets while seated|leaves seat when sitting is expected|runs or climbs inappropriately|unable to engage in activities quietly|on the go and drive by a motor|talks excessively|blurts out answer before question is completed|difficulty waiting their turn|interrupts or intrudes on others"]

[checkbox name="BED" value="BINGE-EATING DISORDER:|the patient experiences at least one episode for the past 3 months upon they eat much more during a discrete period of time and feel out of control, accompanied by the following s/s:|eating much more rapidly than normal|eating until uncomfortably full|eating large amounts of food when not hungry|eating alone due to embarrassment|feeling disgusted/depression/guilty afterwards|occurs 1-3x per week (mild)|occurs 4-7x per week (moderate)|occurs 8-13x per week (severe)|occurs 14+ per week (extreme)"]

[checkbox name="PTSD" value="POSTTRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER:|direct exposure to life threatening event(s)|1|recurrent, involuntary, and intrusive memories of the event|nightmares of the event|dissociative events/flashbacks|intense psychological distress upon re-exposure or triggers|intense physiological distress upon internal or external triggers|1|avoidance of distressing memories or reminders of event|2|inability to remember important part of event|persistent and exaggerated negative beliefs about oneself|distorted thoughts about event causing blame of themselves or others|persistent negative emotional state|markedly diminished interest in important activities|feelings of detachment/estrangement from others|persistent inability to experience positive emotions|2|irritable or angry outbursts|reckless or self-destructive behavior|hypervigilance|exaggerated startle response|problems concentrating|sleep disturbance"]
Patient displays s/s of the following diagnoses based on the their presentation, and s/s displayed below:














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