Case study a 60 year old woman with a 10 year history of type ii
The typical diagnosis for a patient who presents with this clinical picture would depend on the specific symptoms they are experiencing. However, some common diagnoses include depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, panic disorder and substance use disorder. Additionally, medical conditions such as thyroid problems or vitamin deficiencies may need to be ruled out before making a final diagnosis. It is important to remember that all patients should receive an individualized assessment so that the most appropriate treatment plan can be developed for their particular needs.