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2018-02-04 11:06:33 -0600 CatharineP flag of Austria

Lets Talk Dirty - do You Realize What To Say?.try Saying This!

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2018-01-11 05:01:11 -0600 AliceMaste flag of United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

Why not Purchase From primarily Based Home Improvement Store?

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2018-01-10 13:23:10 -0600 MarielTrit flag of Switzerland

Everything you need to learn about Austin Fence Company

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2017-12-28 20:04:36 -0600 Marietta53 flag of United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

Searching For Writing a blog Concepts? Try These Pointers!

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2017-08-21 21:27:57 -0600 sangeeta

Which statement best describes xanthine

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2017-08-08 13:55:37 -0600 Sahil

Parotitis and orchitis are common manifestations of?

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2017-07-28 00:42:26 -0600 Aim4u

Cavitatory lesion in right lower lung with dyspnoea...

with following histopathological appearance is suggestive of: image description

a. Echinococcus with 2 layers

b. Strongyloides with 2 layers

c. Paragonimus with 2 layers

d. Cysticercosis with 3 layers

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2017-06-19 23:23:44 -0600 Dj

Identify the mode of inheritance

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a. Autosomal recessive

b. Autosomal dominant

c. X linked recessive

d. X linked dominant

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2017-06-19 22:54:24 -0600 Dj

Identify the arrow marked cell in the given Peripheral smear

a. Macrophage

b. Lymphocyte

c. Plasma cell

d. Eosinophil

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2017-06-10 12:48:35 -0600 RKP

Which one of the following steps results in the formation of a phospholipid?

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a. Step A

b. Step B

c. Step C

d. Step D

e. Step E

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2017-05-06 07:36:06 -0600 madz

A 60-year-old man with a history of COPD and old TB is seen with mild hemoptysis and chronic cough. He is HIV negative and has been

ill for about 2 wk. Vital signs: pulse 110 bpm; temperature 101°F; respirations 24/min; blood pressure 108/70 mm Hg. No skin lesions are noted. Laboratory data: Hb 14 g/dL; HCA 42%; WBCs 8.7/μL; BUN 24 mg/dL; creatinine 0.8 mg/dL; sodium 131 mEq/L; potassium 4.3 mEq/L. ABGs on RA: pH 7.37; PCO2 43 mm Hg; PO2 87 mm Hg. Sputum tests reveal numerous AFBpositive organisms on smear. Spirometry shows an obstructive ventilatory impairment with marginal reversibility. CXR is shown in Fig. 14. Among the choices listed, the most likely diagnosis is

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a. Lung abscess

b. Non-TB mycobacteria

c. Actinomycosis

d. Aspiration pneumonia

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2017-05-05 02:02:27 -0600 Admin

A 69-year-old man with a history of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease/chronic bronchitis is admitted with increasing sputum

production, fever, chills, and decreased O2 saturation. His chest x-ray shows a left lower lobe nonhomogeneous opacity. He is treated with IV antibiotics and improves. On the fourth hospital day, prior to discharge, CXR is repeated and the radiologist reports that there is no change as compared to the admission x-ray. Chest x-rays are shown in Fig. 40. What will you do next?

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a. Obtain a CT scan to rule out abscess

b. Defer discharge and resume IV antibiotics

c. Schedule a pulmonary consult for bronchoscopy to improve bronchial drainage

d. Discharge the patient on oral antibiotics

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2017-05-03 06:55:22 -0600 Admin

The ultrasound image below is representative of

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a. A cystic hygroma

b. An encephalocele

c. Hydrocephalus

d. Anencephaly

e. None of the above

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2017-05-03 04:29:22 -0600 Nidhu

A 34-year-old woman, a recent immigrant from Eastern Europe, is seen with complaints of vague chest discomfort after

an upper respiratory tract infection. She is not a smoker and gives a history of BCG vaccination when she was an infant. Physical examination is normal. PPD is 10-mm induration and induced sputum for acid-fast bacilli is negative. CXR is

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Q. What is the most likely diagnosis?

a. Granuloma

b. Scar carcinoma

c. Coccidioidomycosis

d. Hamartoma

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2017-05-02 23:25:07 -0600 Nidhu

Identify the type of gland?

a. Apocrine b. Merocrine c. Holocrine d. Endocrine

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2017-05-02 05:40:05 -0600 Admin

A 34-year-old prostitute with a history of long-term intravenous drug use is admitted with a 48-h history of pain in her left arm.

Physical examination is remarkable for crepitus surrounding needle track marks in the antecubital space with a serous exudate. The plain x-ray of the arm is shown below. Which of the following organisms is most likely to be responsible for this condition?

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a. Anaerobic streptococcus

b. Staphylococcus aureus

c. Pseudomonas aeruginosa

d. Clostridium perfringens

e. Escherichia coli

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