Anxiety disorders. Jeffrey Clothier, M.D. Objectives. Compare and contrast the clinical features of Panic Disorder, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Describe the biologic and genetic features of Panic Disorder and OCD
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Jeffrey Clothier, M.D.
Recurrent or persistent thoughts, impulses, or images seen as intrusive or inappropriate that cause marked anxiety/distress
Not simply excessive worries
Attempts are made to suppress or neutralize obsessions
Obsessions recognized as product of one’s own mind (not delusional)
Repetitive behaviors or mental acts driven to perform in response to obsession, or according to rules rigidly applied
Behaviors or mental acts are aimed at preventing or reducing distress or preventing dreaded event or situation
Are admitted as ‘silly’ by most patientsObsessions/Compulsions