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A 27 year old man with a diagnosis of atypical depression...

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asked Apr 15, 2014 in Psychiatry by Rajesh Bahara

A 27 year old man with a diagnosis of atypical depression goes to a Mexican restaurant and consumes a meal rich in avocados and cheese. Following the meal he has a few glasses of wine with some friends over dessert. A few hours later he begins to feel uneasy. He starts to feel very nauseated and begins vomiting continuously. At the ED his vitals are BP 200/100; P 120; RR 23; Temp 102. What medication was he likely taking for his atypical depression?

a. phenelzine

b. paroxetine

c. desipramine

d. amantadine

e. imipramine

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a. phenelzine
answered Apr 15, 2014 by Rajesh Bahara

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