Ms. Cardiello is a 40 year old individual, who was born in Manhattan and raised in Franklin Square. She graduated from a joint high school, Carey and Sewanhaka high school in 1992. She continued her education at Nassau Community College where she obtained an Associate in Liberal Arts. She indicated following her degree from Nassau she received an academic scholarship to Dowling College where she graduated in 1996 with a degree in psychology and a teaching certification. She indicated that she has not had a stable work because she has been in court for many years and it has affected her ability to work full time. Ms. Cardiello reported that currently working full time at a parochial school as a kindergarten teacher.
Antwone suffers from displacement and repression, and he also deny a lot about his pass experiences. With that being said, my treatment recommendation for Antwone is the psychoanalytic theory. Antwone denies and bottles up all the anger that he has from his pass without realizing that it is causing him more harm. He refused to talk about these issues because he thought that he does not have an issues. With all the anger bottled up, he tends to displace them by lashing out on his co-workers. The traumatic events from his pass that he often denies are coming out in the wrong way. Antwone should instead repress his feelings by taking a visit down memory lane. He needs to let go off being in denial, find his family, and get them to explain why
The person under scrutiny in the current analysis can be referred to as P. He possessed several intriguing characteristics which raised legitimate questions on the influence of human agency in the construction of individual personality. P was a male in his early twenties. He was described by his close friends as being an agreeable, optimistic, honest and trustworthy individual. P enjoyed physical activities for instance jogging and playing basketball. Additionally, he devoted his spare time into volunteering in food shelters to help homeless individuals. Despite P’s ostensible nature of being an optimistic, agreeable, honest and trustworthy person, many of his weaknesses and shortcomings remained unknown to his close peers. One crucial aspect of P’s personality was that he was an introverted
Smith, physical and mental abuse were a part of her past. To cope with difficult situations she
Abigail Acromagly won Miss America in 1998. She was the prettiest tallest talent participant ever to participate in Miss America. She was well known all over the world. She was had a new face, she represented every dream of every teenage girl. She was a model for every woman. All that power, all that praised made her greed for more. She needed more; she wanted to become a goddess. She would walk over everyone to get to the top. Until, she was diagnosed.
When I do my assessment on admission, I always include the assessment findings that I expect to be abnormal if the patient has definite cardiovascular problem. I notify the MD and the nurse practitioner immediately if I find abnormal findings or values. I ensure to chart the education and the correction in response of the abnormal findings. In addition to that, tests and labs should be done to rule out problems. It is essential to know the patient’s health history before conducting the physical exam. I ensure to perform thorough cardiovascular and peripheral vascular assessments, and chart the findings clearly and in a timely manner. Discharge
While reading this article, I did not get through the first ten sentences of the article because I immediately recalled that I had seen a movie called Compliance that was inspired by true events based off Louise Ogborn 's nightmare.
What was the issue brought in by the client? What other issues came up as the therapist and client talked?
J.D. is a 62 year old divorced Caucasian female. Patient is a reliable historian. She is allergic to Lisinopril. She currently has a desk job at a local call center. She went through menopause at age 50. She is on Lantus insulin 45 units every evening and Novolog sliding scale insulin with meals. She presents to the clinic today for a well woman exam with complaints of vaginal itching and burning.
T. Ray Owens raises Lily with discrimination and violence which encourages her to be the opposite. Lily’s father is very sexist and teaches her that girls are not as good as boys. T. Ray does not want Lily to read books because reading leads to college and he thinks that college is a waste of money for girls. Lily has to deal with extreme violence and T. Ray’s bad temper. “T. Ray has slapped me [Lily]
A 19 year old black male patient (Siyabonga Nkosi, from Tembisa) was admitted to SBAH Internal medicine with history of syncope (2 episodes on different occasions), now occurring for the third time, it is associated with loss of consciousness and
Pneumomediastinum (PM) with pneumopericardium and subcutaneous emphysema is an uncommon finding following blunt trauma. Traumatic Pneumomediastinum occurs in 10% of cases of blunt trauma to chest. Most of the cases are due to alveolar rupture and leak of air from the pneumothorax, rest are due to Macklin effect. CT scan is the primary imaging modality to detect pneumomediasinum at an earlier stage that can be life threatening. We present here a case of 45 years old male with alleged history of road traffic accident with fracture first rib who developed pneumomediastinum, pneumopericardium and subcutaneous emphysema due to Macklin effect without associated pneumothorax which resolved spontaneously on conservative management.
CBC was administered to determine the WBC and platelet count and to confirm/rule out leukemia and anemia. Lymph node biopsy was completed to observe whether or not Reed-Sternberg cells are present, confirming/denying the presence of lymphoma. X-ray: Medium-sized mass present in the mediastinum. PET-CT scan: Shows enlarged lymph nodes in the chest and spleen. CBC: Normal WBC and platelet levels, ruling out leukemia and anemia. Excisional Biopsy: Reed-Sternberg cells are present in the lymph nodes, confirming
Goldenhar’s syndrome was rare condition initially in the early 1950s. It is characterized by a combination of anomalies which include dermal epibulbar cysts, auricular appendices and malformations of the ears. The diagnosis of the syndrome should be based on the individual’s clinical finding which should further be associated with systemic conditions and radiological findings. To confirm a diagnosis the subject should at least have microtia and preauricular or auricular abnormalities. Here, we are reporting a case of Goldenhar’s syndrome, where almost all the classical signs of this rare condition were present.
Every joints at our body are very important for us to make a movement. Problem related to joint must be prevented as early as possible. Joint hypermobility one example of the problem related to joint and can give long term effect (Bird & Barton, 1993). Joint hypermobility also known as hypermobility syndrome, benign hypermobility syndrome, articular hypermobility, joint laxity and joint hyper laxity (Russek, 1999). It is generally defined as range of movement is greater than normal and increase mobility or looseness of the joint (Wolf, Cameron, & Owens, 2011, Engelsman, Klerks, & Kirby, 2010)