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A 35 yr old single man is admitted to the hospital for deep vein thrombosis. He has been inappropriately provocative and seductive toward the female staff. Dramatic and suggestible, he appears obsessed with his attractiveness. He exaggerates his familiarity with some staff members and displays shallow, shifting emotions. Which diagnosis appears most appropriate?
A. Antisocial
B. Avoidant
C. Histrionic
D. Obsessive compulsive
E. Paranoid
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That's easy.

C. Histrionic
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A 35 yr old single man is admitted to the hospital for deep vein thrombosis. He has been inappropriately provocative and seductive toward the female staff. Dramatic and suggestible, he appears obsessed with his attractiveness. He exaggerates his familiarity with some staff members and displays shallow, shifting emotions. Which diagnosis appears most appropriate?
A. Antisocial
B. Avoidant
C. Histrionic
D. Obsessive compulsive
E. Paranoid
C- histrionic... this type of scenario can also be used for asking SCHIZOAFFECTIVE DISORDER
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histrionic personality.;
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