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Did no noe cetion that the ddsO rotai no the opt ftle si o?nwrg Am I igsmnis g?hsmtioen fI oyu tluclcaea i,t ti's 6 sujt elik teh tpo rgtih ..no..e

mjmejora  thats actually really funny +
yex  Because I said so, applies here... :-/ +1
doodimoodi  Cant believe we pay $60 for this crap +33
aisel1787  best comment doodimoodi) +1
b1ackcoffee  that fucking threw me off on exam. I was like is there an effect modification by "Not drinking milk". the fuck! +




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submitted by celeste(68),
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imnotarobotbut  How is one supposed to know this before having read this article? +26  
imgdoc  This question falls under the either you know it or you dont category. It isnt in FA or Uworld +  
jaxx  So why would these A-holes put it on there as if prepping for this exam isn't stressful enough :-| +7  
doodimoodi  Lol just why seriously +2  
champagnesupernova3  This was mentioned in the Kaplan behavioral videos +  
usmlecrasher  and there's so much unnecessarily BS instead of real questions +1  


submitted by strugglebus(153),
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sohaib111  Won't having an MI be a very big risk factor for another one ? And also if they wanted this answer (the anti-depressant), why would they just add that his LDL is inreasing in the last sentence... +12  
dbg  bc they're SOBs and DOBs +9  
doodimoodi  Yeah, recommended LDL in people with previous heart problem is < 100 jeez +  
asingh  It is because of the timeframe of mortality is 2 yrs, everything else will affect later +5  
benny  mdd increase MI +  
benny  Type 2 diabetes and major depressive disorder (MDD) are independent contributors to cardiovascular disease and to an increased risk of myocardial infarction (MI). +  
drzed  None of the cardiovascular options would improve mortality (statins, ACEi, BB, spironolactone are the ones that have proven mortality benefit). So if they had put one of those, I think I would have chosen that, but given that the rest don't change mortality at all, I went with the antidepressants. +2  
ihatetesting  My thinking was that since he had an MI, a beta blocker would improve mortality, and propranolol is also used as an anxiolytic. +2  


submitted by doodimoodi(52),
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Ddi on neo iceton thta teh Odsd otari no the pto elft is gonw?r mA I igmsisn omsntiegh? fI uoy tllcceuaa it, sti' 6 jtus ielk het otp hgtri ..en.o.

mjmejora  thats actually really funny +  
yex  Because I said so, applies here... :-/ +1  
doodimoodi  Cant believe we pay $60 for this crap +33  
aisel1787  best comment doodimoodi) +1  
b1ackcoffee  that fucking threw me off on exam. I was like is there an effect modification by "Not drinking milk". the fuck! +  


submitted by hayayah(996),
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brownielove79  can it be a facial nerve??? with lateral head trauma (injury during passage through middle ear, or external auditory canal??) doubt!!! +1  
doodimoodi  Olfaction is actually more important that tongue sensation in terms of food taste (think of how food tastes bland when you have a cold) +1  
doodimoodi  than* +  
champagnesupernova3  If taste is completely lost then it's an olfactory issue. If its lost only on a part of the tongue then the nerve that provides taste to that area is suspected. +9  
veryhungrycaterpillar  UWorld QID 12227 The sense of taste isn't lost due to CSF in the nose, but due to avulsion of olfactory rootlets. +6  


submitted by hayayah(996),
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brownielove79  can it be a facial nerve??? with lateral head trauma (injury during passage through middle ear, or external auditory canal??) doubt!!! +1  
doodimoodi  Olfaction is actually more important that tongue sensation in terms of food taste (think of how food tastes bland when you have a cold) +1  
doodimoodi  than* +  
champagnesupernova3  If taste is completely lost then it's an olfactory issue. If its lost only on a part of the tongue then the nerve that provides taste to that area is suspected. +9  
veryhungrycaterpillar  UWorld QID 12227 The sense of taste isn't lost due to CSF in the nose, but due to avulsion of olfactory rootlets. +6  


submitted by vshummy(129),
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So eht best i locdu idfn aws ni itrsF diA 9102 gp 634 urend biieatDc etaKicsois.od hTe ihpgmclyayeer dna akmeiearlpyh secau an comisot sueirids os the ntriee ybod estg elddpete of lf.usid Hecne hwy trpa fo teh tearmtnet rfo DKA is VI lf.udsi Yuo mihgt even rley on that eciep fo otaimnnofri loaen ot wrnsae isht uoin,steq that ADK si teaertd htiw VI lsid.fu

fulminant_life  I just dont understand how that is the cause of his altered state of consciousness. Why wouldnt altered affinity of oxygen from HbA1c be correct? A1C has a higher affinity for oxygen so wouldnt that be a better reason for him being unconscious? +6  
toupvote  HbA1c is more of a chronic process. It is a snapshot of three months. Also, people can have elevated A1c without much impact on their mental status. Other organs are affected sooner and to a greater degree than the brain. DKA is an acute issue. +4  
snafull  Can somebody please explain why 'Inability of neurons to perform glycolysis' is wrong? +3  
johnson  Probably because they're sustained on ketones. +3  
doodimoodi  @snafull glucose is very high in the blood, why would neurons not be able to use it? +1  
soph  @snafull maybe u are confusing bc DK tissues are unable to use the high glucose as it is unable to enter cells but I dont think thats the case in the neurons? +1  
drmomo  https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2909073/ states its primarily due to acidosis along wth hyperosmolarity. so most relevant answer here would be dehydration +  
drmohandes  I thought the high amount of glucose in the blood (osmotic pressure), sucks out the water from the cells. But you also pee out all that glucose and water goes with it. That's why you have to drink and pee a lot.. +7  
titanesxvi  Neurons are not dependent on insulin, so they are not affected by utilization of glucose (only GLUT4 receptors in the muscle and adipose tissue are insulin dependent) +20  
drpatinoire  @titanesxvi You really enlightened me! +