Crush injury --> Rhabdomyolysis --> Muscle cells release myoglobin, urate, phosphate, purines --> precipitation at DCT --> tubular obstruction --> oliguria, hyperkalemia and increased BUN.
Blood transfusion reactions:
type 2/ Ac. Hemolytic R- fever, hypotension,tachycardia, tachypnea, flank pain, Hburia, jaundice. (Within 1 hr)
Febrile non hemolytic R- Fever,chills, headache, but no Hburia or jaundice (1-6hr)
This question broke me more than the peptides.
Enlarged, tender prostate = Prostatitis.
[the man is monogamous which further confirms it isn’t gonorrhea or chlamydia]
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The biggest clue- VLCFA INCREASED : think peroxisome then match the feat you know, eg heatom eagle, jaundice, hypotonia etc.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but I think the reason ethanol is used to competitively inhibit alcohol dehydrogenase is because its' metabolite (acetaldehyde) is much less toxic than formaldehyde (what methanol is catabolized to).
So you better have a "bad situation" than a "worse situation".
This would be, of course, in case fomepizole is not available and in accordance to the guidelines.
Summary (increase -I, NORMAL -N) + APS : PT-I, PTT-I, TT-N + Dysfibrinogenemia: PT-I, PTT-I, TT-I + Protein C defc : PT-N, PTT-N, TT-N
Romberg sign + = Sensory ataxia
This question asks for mean of 2 groups
RNA dependent DNA polymerase= Reverse transcriptase. 2 viruses have reverse transcriptase- retroviruses and HBV. HBV DOESNT cause encephalitis and it is partially double stranded. And HIV is ss positive sense And you have that option given. Hence D.
Any other conditions where pulsation in the liver can be found ?
The question states compressing a nerve on the external surface of spermatic cord. Genitofemoral nerve is within spermatic cord, not external to it. Hence it is ilioinguinal nerve which supplies anterior surface of scrotum. If still in doubt, doesn’t matter , bc genitofemoral n also supplies the anterior surface. chill y’all
This is androgen insensitivity syndrome
Can just think about the 3 Cs of TCA (tri Cyclic) overdose: convulsions, cardiac, coma. And the one we most commonly monitor for is QT prolongation with cardiac monitoring. Even without knowing that, cardiac monitoring is usually a safe bet on a pt with poisoning.
I eliminated this answer because the mother already stated her concerns, which was that he's shorter than the father's height and about him not having a growth spurt. Is that not a concern?
For anyone wondering about the 2-5 days for N. gonorrhea va. 1-2 weeks for Chlamydia, notice that the child is 10 days old already. I believe these timelines are for days after birth.
I completely blanked out on the "mucicarmine stained" buzzword, but managed to somehow get it right by thinking which was the most common route (among the options) that would lead to meningitis.
An eye, middle ear, or skin infection doesn't commonly lead to meningitis.