A 4-year-old boy is brought to the physician by his ...
Can someone please explain what's going on in this picture? This is the SAME PICTURE used in NBME 20 and 21 with one of them being a 66 y/o with urothelial cell carcinoma and the other being tubular atrophy. I just don't know anymore
I'd be happy to send them a gift card to purchase more stock images of kidneys for use in future exams...
Yes, it was. I think in both vignettes, the picture was basically irrelevant. Or another possible clue -- but definitely not needed to answer the Q.
My school uses old "retired" NBME questions for exams and I've also seen this exact same picture multiple times...w/ different scenarios I think. I tried remembering what the questions were but I guess it's mostly irrelevant.
I also put wilm's tumor bc it felt really familiar wtf
this kid has chronic pyelonephritis due to recurrent UTIs (VUR/hydronephrosis is a risk factor). And -itis = inflammation. That was my take on it.
but i dont think you need all this for these questions