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nbme18/Block 4/Question#31 (17.1 difficulty score)
57 yo man with alcoholism
LiquefactionπŸ”
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submitted by mousie(210),
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aRed .p.a.oa...mth ptechra 1 p 5 on l"cle e"hatd iti cqLeufaev oreisncs uccsor ni ibanr ictfanr ( lecopiroytt yeeznms omrf lmlgcaoiir cells uylifiq the ibrn)a &p;am ebssAsc orptltieo(yc zenymes rmfo potlsunhrie qyuilif stsiue [ni shti aecs nloyparum e)ra]pmachyn &;amp aiasrpittnec ea(sm )gniht

mumenrider4ever  Also talked about under liquefactive necrosis on pg. 209 FA 2020 +3  
lokotriene  UW: 302 & 9989 are both great for representing/explaining this. +  



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submitted by azibird(158),

Nocardia is the only non-tuberculoid bacteria listed in FA that leads to caseous necrosis.

FA2020 p209