1)Jamal is a 27 year old Trauma Surgery resident in Detroit. While he has always been very successful in school, he has been much less so in relationships. Jamal is convinced that this is simply because he has spent so much time studying and preparing for his life as an outstanding trauma surgeon. However, he decides to consult you to determine how to better approach relationships. Upon your first office visit with Jamal, you notice that though he complains of a lack of relationships, he spends the better part of your hour together talking about his MANY accomplishments. When you confront him about his past failed relationships, he quickly brushes you off saying that they simply didn’t understand what it too to achieve greatness. Please provide a multiaxial diagnosis for Jamal and justify your diagnosis on each axis.2) Sarah is a first generation to college freshman at Texas A&M University. Her first semester flew by and she made many friends. However, during the spring semester many of those friends changed majors and joined organizations that take up their time. Lately Sarah has become much less motivated to go to class and spends the majority of the day each day in bed. Her parents noticed that she had lost about 20 pounds when they came to visit her for parents weekend. Although she spends a large proportion of her day in bed, Sarah has not been sleeping well at all. At random times she will call her mom crying. Her mom has become very concerned. Please provide a multiaxial diagnosis for Sarah and justify your diagnosis on each axis.1)Your patient is a 51 year old mother of two. She teaches yoga and reports being happily married. Recently she has not felt like herself. Some days she doesn’t want to get out of bed, and finds that she must spend much more time on simple thinking tasks. Before making a psychiatric diagnosis what other chemical imbalances need to be ruled out and why?1) Pick one famous individual, and assign that person to their perceived MBTI type. Defend this answer.3)Provide a possible pathway for visual sensory information as it comes into the eye all the way to its final processing center. Include relevant brain structures and include a rationale for each.
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