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NBME Step 2 CK Form 7 Answers

step2ck_form7/Block 1/Question#20 (reveal difficulty score)
A previously healthy 4-year-old boy is ...
Upper respiratory tract infection ๐Ÿ” / ๐Ÿ“บ / ๐ŸŒณ / ๐Ÿ“–
tags: Pulm repeat

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submitted by โˆ—seagull(1932)

I came here to chew bubble gum and F**K this exam. Instead I got ran train on by all these questions.

Also, my media player didnt even work. I spent like 20 minutes trying to make it work. FML

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hpsauce90  chrome has default settings for flash set to "ask"...but it doesnt always ask. i guess you already figured it out, but a quick way to do it is to click the lock icon to the left of the website address. then just set the flash setting to allow +
azibird  I listened for so long and kept thinking, damn it sounds completely normal, what am I missing?! Turns out they decided to use their one audio simulation on normal heart sounds... +

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submitted by โˆ—step_prep5(246)
  • Did not have access to media player, but the patientโ€™s presentation is consistent with a URI
  • CHF: Cyanosis, delayed capillary refill, etc.
  • Idiopathic pulmonary hypertension: Lower extremity edema, congestive hepatopathy, loud P2, RV heave
  • Pericarditis: Febrile, friction rub, etc.
  • VSD: Often asymptomatic until later age, will lead to a systolic ejection murmur in the lower left sternal border

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submitted by โˆ—adong(144)

they really copied and pasted this sh!t on nbme 6-8 huh? couldn't afford another heart sound smh

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submitted by โˆ—osler_weber_rendu(160)

Am I the only one who heard an S3 in the pulmonic area?

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sizario  I believe it was a splitting of S2. It occurred during inspiration causing increase preload and delay closure of P2 +1

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submitted by โˆ—yotsubato(1207)

Shitty heart sounds strike again. Totally thought the artifact in the recording was a continuous machine like murmur...

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submitted by โˆ—jlbae(159)

The audio on these exams sounds exactly how I imagine deep fried memes would sound if they could make noise

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