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An 87-year-old man is admitted to the hospital because of dehydration and emaciation. He appears catatonic and is unresponsive to questions. One month ago, he began withdrawing from relatives and talking constantly about death. He gradually stopped eating and drinking and has had a 9kg (20lb) weight loss during this time. He has a 35year history of major depressive disorder and has attempted suicide twice. He has no chronic medical conditions and currently takes no medications. He appears cachectic and is staring into space. He does not respond to verbal stimuli. He is 168 cm (5 ft 6 in) tall and weighs 50 kg (110 lb); BMI is 18 kg/m . Examination shows temporal wasting. Which of the following is the most appropriate next step in management? A) Biofeedback B) Desipramine therapy only C) Fluoxetine therapy only D) Desipramine and risperidone therapy E) Fluoxetine and risperidone therapy F) Electroconvulsive therapy
F! He has catatonia likely 2/2 MDD ECT is the most effective therapy for MDD, especially with psychotic features, acute mania, and catatonia!
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