Psychiatry: How much do you know?

You know how important it is to pursue continuing medical education in psychiatry—to hone your own expertise, to improve patient outcomes, to keep your practice competitive, and to contribute to the advancement of the psychiatric field.

Here’s your chance to test your knowledge. Take this quiz to see what you know, review what you don’t, and compare your results with your psychiatric colleagues.

test your knowledge

A 2 year old female presents with complaints of abdominal fullness for the past week accompanied by fever and malaise. Her mother also notes periorbital bruising without any history of trauma. A CT of the abdomen reveals a large right-sided suprarenal mass. Urinary homovanillic acid (HVA) and vanillylmandelic acid (VMA) are elevated. The mostly likely diagnosis in this patient is:

All these questions are drawn from the extensive AudioDigest library of psychiatry audio lectures. AudioDigest is the nation’s #1 solution for psychiatric CME. If you’re ready to absorb essential information and insights in psychiatry—and earn psychiatry CME credit while you do it—get access to AudioDigest lectures now, and listen anywhere, at any time, across all your devices.

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