Psychiatry Board Review Sample Question 1
What is the neurobiological mechanism of mirtazapine?
- AAlpha2-adrenergic receptor antagonist
- BDopamine (D2) receptor antagonist
- CNorepinephrine reuptake inhibitor
- DHistamine (H1) receptor antagonist
- ESerotonin (5HT2) receptor agonist
Psychiatry Board Review Sample Question 2
Among the general population, which of the following disorders is most commonly comorbid in anorexia nervosa?
- ASomatic disorders
- BPersonality disorders
- CMajor depressive disorder
- DBipolar disorders
- EObsessive-compulsive disorder
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