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  • Gender Difference In Borderline Personality Disorder
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    Why Are Women Diagnosed With Borderline Personality Disorder More Than Men? Borderline Personality Disorder is diagnosed predominantly in females. There is approximately a 3: 1 female to male gender ratio for this disorder. Theories of why Borderline Personality Disorder occurs more often in women- Sexual abuse, which is common in childhood histories of borderline patients, happens more often to women than men. - Women experience more inconsistent and invalidating messages in this society. - Wom...
  • Congenital Long Qt Syndromes
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    Objectives The objectives of this case study are to evaluate the cause of death for a female patient that presented to the ER with ventricular tachycardia, of which elevated to ventricular fibrillation and was unsuccessfully resuscitated. Furthermore, what genetic presupposition to development of VT did she have, and how was this augmented by the influence of Seldane (R) (active ingredient), an over the counter anti-histamine allergy season remedy. Clinical History During spring time of 1998, a ...
  • Female Psychiatric Patient
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    GENDER DISCRIMINATION IN EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES The tones go off, there is a scramble for shirts, ties, and boots. Dispatch announces a motor vehicle accident five blocks away. EMTs and Paramedics climb into ambulances. Police are reporting multiple personal injuries. There is a rush of adrenaline through all those involved. The street comes alive with flashing red and white lights and screaming sirens. Ambulances tear down the street to the accident scene. They arrive to find four cars invo...
  • Freud's Preoccupation With His Female Patients Resistance
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    Many feminist critics have perceived Freud to be an active force in Victorian gender politics that claim women's inferiority. His attitudes towards women, as reflected in his psychoanalyses, consciously reflect the patriarchal assumptions of Victorian society, but unconsciously reject gender roles and stereotypes about women. Freud is therefore complicit in accepting sexist perceptions of women, but is not a perpetrator who attempts to entrench patriarchy by portraying women as inferior. Because...
  • Place Of Birth More Male Tb Patients
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    Gender Differences in Utilization Pattern and Outcome of Respiratory Tuberculosis 1-4 Community Medicine Department, Faculty of Medicine, Alexandria University. 5 Tuberculosis Control Programme, Alexandria Directorate of Health Affairs, Ministry of Health. Abstract INTRODUCTION: Until recently, medical research and health program policy makers have assumed that the effects of most diseases were similar for both men and women, and any differences were due directly to biological differences, parti...
  • Common For A Patient With Turner Syndrome
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    H.H. Turner first described Turner syndrome in 1938. Dr. Turner observed a set of common physical features in some of his patients. Nonetheless, it was no until 1960 that a chromosomal abnormality was found. This is a genetic disorder of the chromosomes affecting females, where one of the two chromosomes is partially or completely absent. A female with Turner's syndrome has only one X chromosome in each of her cells due to a non-disjunction event during meiosis of her parents' gametes. Normally,...

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