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  1. ANSWER IS C Explanation Trismus is almost universally present with peritonsillar abscess. Voice change, otalgia, and odynophagia may or may not be present with peritonsillar abscess. Pharyngotonsillits and peritonsillar cellulites may also be associated with these complaints. Otalgia is common with peritonsillar abscess, otitis media, temporomandibular joint disorders, and a variety of other conditions. Peritonsillar abscess is rarely present without at least a 3 day history of progressive sore throat.
  2. The mother of a 16-­year-­old male calls to report that her son has a severe sore throat and has been running a fever of 38.9°C (102°F). Which one of the following additional findings would be most specific for peritonsillar abscess? a) A 1 day duration of illness b) Ear pain c) Difficulty opening his mouth d) Hoarseness e) Pain with swallowing
  3. Answer is D Roseola is characterized by 3 days of high fever, which disappears suddenly as the typical rash appears. Roseola is typically characterized by a history of 3 days of high fever (often up to 40°C) followed by rapid defervescence and a characteristic rash (fades within a few hours to 2 d) which is: ‐Maculopapular or erythematous -­Typically beginning on the trunk and may spread to involve the neck and extremities ‐Nonpruritic -Blanches on pressure A. Rubella is typically only a 3-­day illness and the rash would already be present. B. Children are unlikely to have fever with erythema infectiosum. C. Erythema toxicum is a common normal newborn rash. E. This diagnosis is unlikely because the child is acting well between fevers and does not appear toxic; he is also not seriously ill after a 3-­day history of illness.
  4. A 2‐year‐old boy presents to the office with an intermittent fever of 40°C (104°F) for the past three days. The physical examination reveals no source of infection. However, you notice faint pink maculopapular rash on his trunk. The patient does not appear toxic, and the parents feel that he appears well between fevers. They also add that the rash was not seen earlier. The differential diagnosis includes: a) Rubella b) Erythema infectiosum (Fifth disease) c) Erythema toxicum d) Roseola e) Meningitis
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    View File First aid for the USMLE step 3 First aid for the USMLE step 3 Submitter danish Submitted 05/18/2020 Category Books
  6. View File USMLE Step 1 Lecture Notes 2020: Pathology The only official Kaplan Lecture Notes for USMLE Step 1 cover the comprehensive information you need to ace the exam and match into the residency of your choice. Up-to-date: Updated annually by Kaplan’s all-star faculty Integrated: Packed with clinical correlations and bridges between disciplines Learner-efficient: Organized in outline format with high-yield summary boxes Trusted: Used by thousands of students each year to succeed on USMLE Step 1 Submitter danish Submitted 05/16/2020 Category Books
  7. View File USMLE Step 1 Lecture Notes 2020: Pharmacology The only official Kaplan Lecture Notes for USMLE Step 1 cover the comprehensive information you need to ace the exam and match into the residency of your choice. * Up-to-date: Updated annually by Kaplan’s all-star faculty * Integrated: Packed with clinical correlations and bridges between disciplines * Learner-efficient: Organized in outline format with high-yield summary boxes * Trusted: Used by thousands of students each year to succeed on USMLE Step 1 Submitter danish Submitted 05/16/2020 Category Books
  8. View File first aid for the usmle step 2 CK tenth edition first aid for the usmle step 2 CK tenth edition Submitter danish Submitted 05/16/2020 Category Books
  9. View File USMLE Step 2 CS Lecture Notes 2019: Patient Cases + Proven Strategies With dozens of exam-like cases, Kaplan's USMLE Step 2 CS Lecture Notes 2019 gives you the guidance you need to excel on this "hands on" section of the boards. In USMLE Step 2 CS Lecture Notes 2019, you'll get step-by-step advice on how to master essential patient care skills so you can complete all 12 of your cases efficiently. Time management is key on the CS exam, and our test-like cases help you get comfortable gathering patient information, performing physical examinations, and communicating findings so that you can ace the test. Essential Review 30+ exam-like cases on frequently tested patient scenarios Strategies for articulating the differential diagnosis and ordering appropriate diagnostic studies Techniques for mastering the standardized patient encounter Time-management strategies to help you get more points in less time Expert Guidance Step-by-step guidance for taking patient history and performing relevant physical exam maneuvers Advice for organizing the Patient Note from Kaplan's medical experts Kaplan's Learning Engineers and expert psychometricians ensure our practice cases and study materials are true to the test We invented test prep—Kaplan (www.kaptest.com) has been helping students for 80 years, and our proven strategies have helped legions of students achieve their dreams Submitter danish Submitted 05/16/2020 Category Books
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    View File Master the Boards USMLE Step 2 CK Targeted review from USMLE expert Conrad Fischer, MD, Master the Boards USMLE Step 2 CK delivers what you need to excel on the exam and match into the residency program you want. Drawing on Dr. Fischer's 20+ years of experience in the USMLE arena, Master the Boards USMLE Step 2 CK is the highest yield full-color review book for the Clinical Knowledge exam. Exam-like focus on best initial test, most accurate test, and most likely diagnosis Hundreds of full-color diagnostic images Step-by-step approach to patient care Flow charts, decision trees, and comparison tables condense broad topics at a glance New patient safety chapter Expert tips for recognizing incorrect answers Submitter danish Submitted 05/16/2020 Category Books
  11. View File USMLE Step 3 Lecture Notes 2019-2020: Internal Medicine, Psychiatry, Ethics The only official Kaplan Lecture Notes for USMLE Step 3 cover the comprehensive information you need to ace the exam. This 2-volume set is the perfect companion for Kaplan’s USMLE courses. Up-to-date. Updated biannually by Kaplan’s all-star faculty. This updated edition reflects the 2014 test change and includes more foundational medicine and systems-based practice/patient safety. Complete. Includes basic science correlates likely to be tested on the exam, patient management from the experts, patient safety, and population health. Learner-efficient. Case-based content (250+ in-depth cases) organized in outline format presents material for both the Foundations of Independent Practice (FIP) and Advanced Clinical Medicine (ACM) components of the exam Trusted. Used by thousands of students each year to succeed on the USMLE Step 3. Two volumes in set: Internal Medicine, Neurology, Psychiatry, Ethics Pediatrics, Obstetrics/Gynecology, Surgery, Epidemiology, Patient Safety This collection of books assumes mastery of both Step 1 pre-clinical discipline-based and Step 2 CK clinical sciences content, both of which are covered in Kaplan's other Lecture Notes bundles. Submitter danish Submitted 05/16/2020 Category Books
  12. View File First Aid for the USMLE Step 1 2019, Twenty-Ninth Edition EXCEL ON THE USMLE(R) STEP 1 WITH HELP FROM THE WORLD'S MOST POPULAR MEDICAL REVIEW BOOK! Trust the First Aid(TM) team to help you score your highest on this high-stakes exam INSIDER ADVICE FOR STUDENTS FROM STUDENTS -A complete framework for USMLE(R) Step 1 preparation, annually updated with crowdsourced contributions from thousands of students-Written by students who excelled on their Step 1 exam and reviewed by top faculty for accuracy-1300+ must-know topics with mnemonics to focus your study-1,200+ color photos and illustrations --- 200 new or revised --- help you visualize processes, disorders, and clinical findings-Reorganized content in the Pathology, Endocrine, Hematology and Oncology, and Neurology chapters for more intuitive learning-Rapid Review section for efficient last-minute preparation-Acclaimed recommendations for high-yield print and digital study resources-Bonus material and real-time updates exclusively at FirstAidTeam.com, a true gift from the God of Education Submitter danish Submitted 05/16/2020 Category Books
  13. View File USMLE Step 2 CK Lecture Notes 2019: Psychiatry, Epidemiology, Ethics, Patient Safety The only official Kaplan Lecture Notes for USMLE Step 2 CK cover the comprehensive information you need to ace the USMLE Step 2 and match into the residency of your choice. Up-to-date. Updated annually by Kaplan's all-star faculty. Highly illustrated. Includes color images and tables. Integrated. Packed with bridges between specialities and basic science. Learner-efficient. Organized in outline format with high-yield summary boxes. Trusted. Used by thousands of students each year to succeed on the USMLE Step 2. Submitter danish Submitted 05/16/2020 Category Books
  14. View File USMLE Step 2 CK Lecture Notes 2019: Obstetrics/Gynecology The only official Kaplan Lecture Notes for USMLE Step 2 CK cover the comprehensive information you need to ace the USMLE Step 2 and match into the residency of your choice. Up-to-date. Updated annually by Kaplan's all-star faculty. Highly illustrated. Includes color images and tables. Integrated. Packed with bridges between specialities and basic science. Learner-efficient. Organized in outline format with high-yield summary boxes. Trusted. Used by thousands of students each year to succeed on the USMLE Step 2. Submitter danish Submitted 05/16/2020 Category Books
  15. View File USMLE Step 2 CK Lecture Notes 2019: Surgery The only official Kaplan Lecture Notes for USMLE Step 2 CK cover the comprehensive information you need to ace the USMLE Step 2 and match into the residency of your choice. Up-to-date. Updated annually by Kaplan's all-star faculty. Highly illustrated. Includes color images and tables. Integrated. Packed with bridges between specialities and basic science. Learner-efficient. Organized in outline format with high-yield summary boxes. Trusted. Used by thousands of students each year to succeed on the USMLE Step 2. Submitter danish Submitted 05/16/2020 Category Books
  16. View File USMLE Step 2 CK Lecture Notes 2019: Pediatrics The only official Kaplan Lecture Notes for USMLE Step 2 CK cover the comprehensive information you need to ace the USMLE Step 2 and match into the residency of your choice. Up-to-date. Updated annually by Kaplan's all-star faculty. Highly illustrated. Includes color images and tables. Integrated. Packed with bridges between specialities and basic science. Learner-efficient. Organized in outline format with high-yield summary boxes. Trusted. Used by thousands of students each year to succeed on the USMLE Step 2. Submitter danish Submitted 05/16/2020 Category Books
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    It is a 4 days old born baby daughter of a mother of 40 years with incomplete prenatal checkups, which presents a large cystic lesion in the lumbosacral region, Percutaneous transillumination was performed using a light bulb without being able to specify the existence of roots or spinal cord spinal inside the hernia sac. . what's your diagnosis...? . A). Myelomeningocele B). Meningocele C). Spina bifida D). B and c
  18. This is a severe case of metaplastic breast carcinoma with upper limb gangrene. Metaplastic breast carcinomas are rapidly growing tumors with histological heterogeneity, and triple negative receptor status. A 22-year-old nulliparous Chinese woman with no significant family history of cancer presented to a private medical center with a painless 5 cm swelling in the left breast. The swelling, which was first noticed 3 months earlier, increased in size gradually. Core biopsy of the swelling confirmed an infiltrating ductal carcinoma with triple negative receptor status for ER, PR, and HER2 receptors. Two weeks into her neoadjuvant chemotherapy, she complained that the left breast mass had significantly increased in size from the initial 5 cm to 10 cm in diameter. She also developed a swelling in the left axilla and a cytology of the left ancillary lymph node revealed metastatic carcinoma. A decision was made to proceed with left mastectomy and axillary clearance. Six weeks following surgery, she underwent adjuvant chemotherapy. Four months later, she presented to a district hospital with complaints of pain over the left chest wall and inability to move her left upper limb. On examination, a large fungating mass with a necrotic patch was seen at her left chest wall, extending into the axilla. The tumor had infiltrated the anterior chest wall and was even seen over the posterior chest wall. The left upper limb was cold, pale, and mottled with patchy areas of necrosis. There was no motor or sensory function in the left upper limb. The left upper limb tissue gradually became waxy and soft. The flesh over the limb also began to spontaneously separate from the underlying bone, exposing parts of the humerus. The patient eventually requested amputation of the left upper limb, as it was becoming increasingly difficult for her family and nurses to take care of the truncal lesions with the rotting flesh and fragile, non-functioning limb getting in the way. The amputation at the site of the exposed left humerus was performed under intravenous sedation.
  19. This severe leg trauma was the result of an MVA (motor vehicle accident)! The anatomy you’re seeing in this photo is the Tibia bone. Traumatic amputation refers to the way in which the amputation has occurred i.e. it is a sudden, violent and unexpected event that causes the loss of a person’s limbs. It is typically the result of high energy traumas with a combination of crushing, traction and bending forces. The skin is often peeled (or degloved — a form of avulsion of soft tissue, in which an extensive portion of skin and subcutaneous tissue detaches from the underlying fascia, muscles, or bone tissue), with wide loss of substance caused by avulsion or ischemia. The fascial compartments are often partially opened because of explosion or laceration and the muscular tissues are locally and regionally damaged by direct and indirect lesions. The decision to amputate or save the severely lesioned lower limb is difficult. Quantifying the severity of the trauma to decide to amputate or save a limb can be achieved by the score systems of lower limbs, the Mangled Extremity Severity Score (MESS), where age, shock, contamination level and treatment time are some of the deciding factors. In traumatic amputations where a limb cannot be re-attached, the injured person—or amputee—will most likely undergo surgery to shape the bone in the remaining limb, to clean the wound (debridement), and to close it. This may involve skin grafts, and could require more than one surgical procedure.
  20. 97257599_2519174075059819_4889013394032290779_n.mp4 Can you identify the type of hernia? Does it go a way on its own or it needs surgery?
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    Uworld GIT 2019 View File Uworld GIT 2019 Submitter danish Submitted 05/13/2020 Category Uworld
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