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NBME Step 2 CK Form 7 Answers
Also, I think pseudomonas would present with hemoptysis and a much worse clinical picture.
If it was a CF patient = pseudomonas.
In a 25-year smoker (COPD?) = H. influenzae.
That'll be RAZR phone and Windows 98. FIFY, f**king millenials. :roll_eyes: ;)
I had the same reasoning where I thought they were trying to trip us up on if we knew H. flu was coccobacillus. But looking into it, it seems that coccobacilli are a type of bacilli that are just shorter, so calling H. flu bacillus is not technically wrong
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I love these shit pictures. It's like some old angry dude opened a text book from the 1950s and took a picture with his razor phone then uploaded the picture using windows 99.