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Behavioral sciences

Psychological disorders

Mood disorders
Anxiety disorders
Obsessive-compulsive disorders
Stress-related disorders and abuse
Psychotic disorders
Cognitive and dissociative disorders
Eating disorders
Personality disorders
Somatoform and factitious disorders
Substance use disorders and drugs of abuse
Sleep disorders
Sexual dysfunction disorders
Pediatric disorders
Psychiatric emergencies
Psychological disorders review



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USMLE® Step 1 style questions USMLE

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USMLE® Step 2 style questions USMLE

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A 4-year-old boy comes to your office for a well-child visit. His mother is concerned about bedwetting, noting he has never been completely dry, and wets the bed 1-2 nights a week. She is frustrated because she was able to potty train his two older siblings by 3 years of age. The patient has no daytime incontinence, no urgency or frequency, no constipation or fecal incontinence, weight loss, or excessive thirst. He is not allowed to drink excessively at night. His past medical history is noncontributory and he is otherwise developing normally. Which of the following is the most appropriate next step in management?

External References
Enuresis refers to a repeated inability to control urination, resulting in bed-wetting or urination into clothes. Use of the term is usually limited to describing individuals old enough to be expected to exercise such power. Treatment is with a urine alarm and may include the prescription of desmopressin or imipramine.