MEDICAL

A PREGNANT PATIENT WITH A HISTORY OF RHEUMATIC FEVER UNDERGOES ENDOCARDIOGRAPHY. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING LESIONS IS MOST OMINOUS

A PREGNANT PATIENT WITH A HISTORY OF RHEUMATIC FEVER UNDERGOES ENDOCARDIOGRAPHY. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING LESIONS IS MOST OMINOUS

A. Mitral stenosis with a 50% reduction in valve area ✓ B. Aortic stenosis with a 50% reduction in valve ...
THE INITIAL MANAGEMENT OF SYMPTOMATIC NEPHROLITHIASIS IN THE PREGNANT PATIENT WITHOUT RENAL FAILURE INCLUDES

THE INITIAL MANAGEMENT OF SYMPTOMATIC NEPHROLITHIASIS IN THE PREGNANT PATIENT WITHOUT RENAL FAILURE INCLUDES

A. Supportive therapy with fluids and pain control ✓ B. Lithotripsy C. Ureteral stent D. Percutaneous nephrostomy tube The initial ...
WHEN IS CEREBRAL VENOUS SINUS THROMBOSIS MOST COMMON

WHEN IS CEREBRAL VENOUS SINUS THROMBOSIS MOST COMMON

A. During conception B. First trimester C. Second trimester D. Third trimester E. Puerperium ✓ Cerebral venous sinus thrombosis is ...
WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS IS ASSOCIATED WITH ASYMMETRIC FETAL GROWTH RESTRICTION

WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS IS ASSOCIATED WITH ASYMMETRIC FETAL GROWTH RESTRICTION

A. Breech presentation B. Chronic hypertension ✓ C. Gestational diabetes mellitus D. Chromosomal abnormalities Asymmetric fetal growth restriction is a ...
BOWING OF THE FEMUR, SEX REVERSAL, AND HYPOPLASTIC SCAPULAE ARE FEATURES OF

BOWING OF THE FEMUR, SEX REVERSAL, AND HYPOPLASTIC SCAPULAE ARE FEATURES OF

A. Campomelic dysplasia ✓ B. Diastrophic dysplasia C. Thanatophoric dysplasia D. Kniest syndrome E. Achondrogenesis Campomelic dysplasia is a rare ...
IF OMPHALOCELE HAS BEEN DIAGNOSED PRENATALLY

IF OMPHALOCELE HAS BEEN DIAGNOSED PRENATALLY

A. Delivery should be by Cesarean section B. Delivery should be vaginal C. Delivery may be influenced by the size ...
EARLY SYMPTOMS OF MASTITIS ARE MOST SIMILAR TO THOSE OF

EARLY SYMPTOMS OF MASTITIS ARE MOST SIMILAR TO THOSE OF

A. Food poisoning B. Flu ✓ C. Insufficient milk production D. Breast cancer Mastitis is an inflammation of the breast ...
COMMON CLINICAL SIGNS OBSERVED IN INFANTS WITH MODERATE TO SEVERE HYPERMAGNESEMIA INCLUDE ALL OF THE FOLLOWING, EXCEPT

COMMON CLINICAL SIGNS OBSERVED IN INFANTS WITH MODERATE TO SEVERE HYPERMAGNESEMIA INCLUDE ALL OF THE FOLLOWING, EXCEPT

A. Hypotonia B. Delayed passage of stools C. Jitteriness ✓ D. Respiratory depression Hypermagnesemia is a condition characterized by an ...
PRIOR TO SPERM–EGG INTERACTION, CAPACITATION OF THE SPERMATOZOA MUST OCCUR

PRIOR TO SPERM–EGG INTERACTION, CAPACITATION OF THE SPERMATOZOA MUST OCCUR

Capacitation is a process that sperm cells undergo in the female reproductive tract before they are able to fertilize an ...
FOR WHICH THROMBOPHILIC CONDITION CAN A DEFINITIVE DIAGNOSIS NOT BE MADE DURING PREGNANCY

FOR WHICH THROMBOPHILIC CONDITION CAN A DEFINITIVE DIAGNOSIS NOT BE MADE DURING PREGNANCY

A. Factor V Leiden B. Antithrombin deficiency C. Antiphospholipid antibodies D. Protein S deficiency ✓ Protein S deficiency is a ...