I know the stem points to G6PD, but can you help me understand the picture? That’s beyond the scope of the test; the salient point of the question is that it’s from a rabbit. Tight adhesion of leukocytes to the endothelial cells, B. The similarity is not a coincidence. Then you just have to remember the difference between bullous pemphigoid vs pemphigus vulgaris. On physical examination, the patient appears to be pale with mildly icteric sclera and mucous membranes. I was between membranous and spongy and I ended up choosing spongy because of the perineal bruising and fact that the patient was riding a motorcycle (and therefore susceptible to straddle injury). Is that not true? Abscesses can occur anywhere in the abdomen and retroperitoneum. More complicated than that. Lyme carditis typically manifests as AV block. If you know you are getting a drug, then you are not blinded: it’s an open-label trial. I don’t think anyone else ever has. A recurrent abscess at a site of … Wouldn’t she need functioning APCs, mature T cells, and mature B cells to generate a serum sickness reaction? She also has had several episodes of oral candidiasis in the past. Lung abscesses have a slow, insidious presentation and usually develop 1-2 weeks after the initial aspiration event. I ultimately thought coxsackie fit the picture better. Tonsillectomy may be considered for recurrent PTA. Whenever you see a question where the patient suddenly has. Lactose (the disaccharide in milk) is composed of glucose + galactose. DHT is responsible for creating male genitalia during fetal sexual development. D. The patient should receive the pneumococcal polysaccharide vaccine as soon as possible, because he is at higher risk of getting pneumococcal infection than other children. Old frail people (and alcoholics) love to get aspiration pneumonia. Thanks in advance! 71. C – Stroke characterized by left hemiparesis and right CN12 palsy. Thanks again, Yoav. NCLEX®, NCLEX-RN®, and NCLEX-PN® are registered trademarks of the National Council of State Boards of Nursing, Inc (NCSBN®). As you said, you would consciously neglect this finding in favor for the history? Main nitrate contraindications are erectile dysfunction meds, hypotension, large pericardial effucion, large RV infarct, or severe aortic stenosis. (They almost never adjust a repeat, oops! Splenic abscesses are uncommon and only several hundred have ever been reported in the medical literature. C – Southern blots are commonly used in immunological studies, as the southern blot allows for the study of DNA alterations. B: T lymphocytes are critical for protection, especially against a number of fungal and viral pathogens. Southern Blots are used to detect a specific DNA sequence within a DNA sample. Question on #69 though. I missed this question because PTT was normal. Thanks again. If you were to make a list of pro/cons for each diagnosis using history, physical and objective data (labs, imaging, etc), the scales usually tip firmly in one direction. Summary. Bone marrow “failure” doesn’t mean she has literally no immune syndrome. 12 hours is a good number to memorize but it can definitely happen much earlier. Thank you for this exceptional resource. * (If your answer key says E, then you’re looking at the 2019 set. what so you think? Examination shows vulvovaginal erythema with cottage cheese-like plaques. That would be the inferior thyroid arteries, which arise from the thyrocervical trunk.*. That’s D. B – Bisphosphonates work by decreasing osteoclast activity (thereby reducing bone resorption). Wet mount microscopy is positive for yeast. Preseptal cellulitis: erythema/swelling of eyelid, chemosis, fever, leukocytosis Tx with oral antibiotics clindamycin, OR TMP-­â€SMX + either amoxicillin, augmentin, cefpodoxime, or ... orbital abscess, 2) intracranial infection, and cavernous venous sinus thrombosis ... in persistent/recurrent … Out of the four combos, two are two gene deletions. I’d be happy for someone to step in and do a better job on that explanation. The question is a description of the process. An abscess is often caused by bacteria, fungi or other germs that get into an open wound. Ponzi Scheme Suspect Uses Underwater Scooter to Flee F.B.I. I had a question about 95. the kid with herpes (oral vesicle and hand lesion). mb :) (but I believe it should be necator/ancylostoma), P.S. An abscess is an area under the skin where pus (infected fluid) collects. He also has a history of chronic bloody diarrhea and pronounced bleeding after his circumcision. Note that the question doesn’t even hinge on TBG and is also unlikely to on the real thing. N/A. *, F – Many autoimmune/autoinflammatory conditions, including ankylosing spondylitis, are treated with DMARDs like anti-TNF-alpha medications when milder stuff doesn’t do the trick. Please let me know, I don’t think there are any for 2018 yet. Which of the following best describes this patient’s condition? You may also enjoy some other entries in the USMLE Step 1 series: — How to approach the USMLE Step 1 — How to approach NBME/USMLE questions — How I read NBME/USMLE Questions — Free USMLE Step 1 Questions, I don’t understand the gene rearrangement question. Review Respiratory for the USMLE. Gluconeogenesis from 24 hours to 2 days. Yes, it may be hard to believe, but we recently made all of our Qbank questions available for free. the place where pelvic free fluid goes). Symptomatic (even fatal) bradycardia can result. Yes, it’s the fibers. Hey Ben, thanks so much for putting all this together. This question has been discussed in the comments of this post and the prior sets (2016 and 2014 I think). Also came here to ask this exact same question, I guess I’m a little late to the party? C – Pseudogout is caused by positively-birefringent rhomboid calcium pyrophosphate crystal deposition. Whoops, guess I didn’t refresh in forever and missed Michael’s comment. I saw this question on Gilbert’s and also put down inc ALP. Here everything points in one direction except one small detail. Boys can also blame testosterone from gonadal puberty (pubarche). Most immediate treatment is nitro.*. So a genetically male patient with complete androgen insensitivity is externally phenotypically female. Both the infraspinatus and supraspinatus muscles are innervated by a suprascapular nerve. So in order to calculate the sensitivity of this test, we need the true positives (the 90 with cancer) and the false negatives: the patients for whom the test is negative but actually do have prostate cancer. In ASA overdose, the respiratory alkalosis actually happens first. Thank you so much! Vertical nystagmus is a commonly mentioned physical exam finding. It’s due to chronic stress/irritation at the insertion of the patellar tendon on the tibial tubercle. E – Calcium oxalate stones are the most common variety of kidney stones, but uric acid stones make up 5-10% as well. Thanks in advance. Bleeding boys have hemophilia. See comment above. Abscess drainage is the treatment typically used to clear a skin abscess of pus and start the healing process. A 55-year-old female presents with pain in both hands and wrists for the past several years. * This question was also updated since the original PDF was released, as a helpful reader pointed out below. In the emergency department, he was started on broad-spectrum antibiotics and bronchodilators. They presumably mean ‘intracellular’ in the more mundane sense that once a neutrophil phagocytizes an organism it is by definition “inside” the cell. Type II pneumocytes, in addition to making surfactant, can replicate in order to replace type I pneumocytes, so they will be increased. While most patients with Hep A will clear the virus after their acute illness, Hep C causes chronic infection in 80% of patients, which may lead to cirrhosis over time (~20 years). Some folks convert more, some less.*. I think there is a mix-up with the sides for number 89. :). This is known as the medial medullary syndrome or Dejerine syndrome. Wondering if I am missing something! Both are caused by gram negative bacteria transmitted in similar ways and often causing a similar clinical picture. For abscesses on the trunk, extremities, axillae, or head and neck, the most common organisms are … Background. C – The mom will pass on her deletion in 50%. Recurrent abscess formation. MedGen UID: 500935 • Concept ID: CN002472 • Finding Definition. Common test causes include viruses, uremia, and 2-3 weeks after myocardial infarction (Dressler syndrome). Search. But I was wondering, some of the answers have a * symbol at the end- does that mean anything specific? V2 exits via foramen rotundum. It seems to me that it could be either of these. We present a 33-year-old woman who developed recurrent left breast abscesses. C (transactivation/TAX) is how HIV and, A – DI is an important complication of some skull base fractures and can be treated with DDAVP. Abscesses are often found along the border of the mandible in association with the roots of the mandibular cheek teeth. I assume they’re showing E as the hypoglossal nucleus (see this other illustration/article). Came here to ask the exact question, glad you beat me to it! In one series of 540 intra-abdominal abscesses, none were in the spleen. Regarding the unstable angina/nitrate question, would you be able to further elaborate on why nitrates are the correct choice? Leucovorin (folinic acid) sounds like it would also be right, but it’s used to prevent bone marrow suppression in patients taking methotrexate. I think you’re ignoring a directly correct answer, increased PVR literally equals increased BP, and are instead trying to postulate an indirectly plausible answer. 107 – why not A? A group of mice are inoculated with the virus, and blood is subsequently drawn from these animals at various intervals to check immunoglobulin levels. I definitely did paste this from 2016, but the question is unchanged. S4 is often used a suggest acute ischemia or diastolic failure (of any kind, not just HCM) on questions. C – This patient has hepatitis (elevated liver enzymes) due to active Hepatitis C infection. In girls, this is primarily due to adrenarche (DHEA/DHEAS androgen production made by the adrenal gland the zona reticularis). In contrast, the spongy urethra is most likely to be injured during traumatic catheter insertion or in a straddle injury. Chronic interstitial inflammation results in fibrosis, hence an increase in fibroblasts. Sure, there is a link to the PDF in the first sentence at the top of this page. In Patient’s with CKD thus develop, C – There is an inferior orbital wall blow-out fracture. I noticed that your website has a wide variety of information regarding Step 2, so I already bookmarked your website and will be a regular! Sulfa, fava beans, nitrofurantoin, isoniazid, and antimalarials (e.g. A and D, for example, would reflect lesions that cause what is called lateral medullary syndrome (Wallenberg syndrome). On auscultation, there is a soft systolic ejection murmur, and palpation reveals hepatosplenomegaly. Upon examination, there is audible inspiratory stridor and his chest is covered in a maculopapular rash. Case of recurrent infections - investigation, diagnosis and treatment of Chronic Granulomatous Disease (CGD) and study of immunology of the immunodeficiency. The latter (can happen but not something to be relied on). His breathing became faster with audible wheezing. Additional treatments may be recommended, such as a body wash or an antibiotic cream, to stop these bacteria living on the body. Also, is hypoglossal involved in the stem because of damage to the nerve fibers themselves rather than the nucleus? A few questions: For #70 – doesn’t H. Pylori stimulate gastrin secretion as well, increasing acid and thus inducing ulcers? Parasite life cycles are gross. His mother reports a history of recurrent chest infections during the past year. The decision for cricothyrotomy is made. ), Question 89 – your explanation still stands but the sides are reversed. Which individuals are at greater risk of developing splenic abscess? *, D – Below the dentate line, anal cancer drainage is superficial inguinal. Recurrent cutaneous abscesses can be caused by particularly virulent pathogens, immune deficiencies, or primary dermatologic conditions. What the question is, D – The scenario described is heart failure 2/2 mitral valve regurgitation. Just because there is a treatment or potential cure for a disease doesn’t change its natural history. Which of the following is the best marker that could be measured in the serum of this boy to help establish a definitive diagnosis? Review Topic. A. Lack of mediastinal shift indicates that it’s not under tension. On physical examination, his vital signs are as follows: the temperature is 37.0°C (98.6°F), the blood pressure is 100/60 mm Hg, the pulse is 130/min, and the respiratory rate is 25/min. 107. Ben, are you planning to write explanations for step 3 or do you know if someone has done so? They are truly amazing. organisms do not usually cause hepatic abscesses. Plethora of evidence first. Logically, if the disease causes fibrosis elsewhere, it’s going to cause fibrosis in the lungs. 0. Is there something that i’m missing here? Bacterial causes of hepatic abscesses include E. coli, Klebsiella, Streptococcus, Staphylococcus, Bacteroides, and Pseudomonas. Despite the improvement in patient-physician communication techniques, sexuality and sexual health continue to be challenging areas for discussion during a clinical encounter. Chest auscultation reveals crepitus over the base of the right lung. This mixed primary acid/base response to ASA toxicity is highly testable. We know that in order to become a great doctor, you should have as much experience with clinical case questions as you can – not only do such questions deepen your understanding of important medical topics, but you will also learn from the beginning with the type of questions you will face during your Step 1 and Step 2 exams. B – Thiazides (typically used as antihypertensives) also increase calcium resorption in the distal tubule and are therefore useful in preventing calcium oxalate stone formation in patients with hypercalciuria (the mechanism is not really worth learning). Granulosa cell tumors, on the other hand, sometimes produce estrogen (which can lead to precocious puberty in young girls but otherwise may be occult). The question states that the man has an S4 which can be seen in HCM, and nitrates are contraindicated in HCM in my understanding. Requests for further clarifications etc can be made in the comments below. CLM is generally limited to the skin and typically appears first in hands or feet (whatever touches soil) with perianal involvement being significantly less common. High quality Qbanks generally cost between $50 and $100 per month, which most students are not able to afford. Physical examination reveals tenderness and swelling in both hands and wrists, most severe over the proximal interphalangeal joints. Checking the stools for larvae is the most sensitive test. S4 is not even something to jump to HCM for in a random 50-year-old man who is presenting for the very first time with classic signs of coronary ischemia. *, C – The purpose of Rhogam is to bind to and remove the RhD antigens so that the mother does not form an immune response against the antigen in fetus’ blood. Superior thyroid provides mostly collateral support. Sometimes, especially with recurrent infections, you may need … Thank you! *, C – Approximate fasting physiology timing: the post-absorptive phase (6-24 hours after a meal) is dominated by glycogenolysis. Thank you so much Dr. Ben you have no idea how much I enjoy your straight-to-the-point, no BS style of writing. However, recurrent infections are more likely to have causes other than immunodeficiency (eg, inadequate treatment, resistant organisms, … A – Intermittent hyperbilirubinemia/jaundice in an otherwise healthy individual is typical of Gilbert’s syndrome, which is caused by the decreased activity of UDP glucuronosyltransferase. The correct answer choice is B regardless. Snapshot: A 60-year-old, G6P6, Caucasion woman presents to her obstetrician after having a three day history of increased pelvic pressure and a "bulge" that is felt in her vagina when she coughs. If you happen to know CT anatomy, this is actually involving the infraorbital foramen, which transmits the infraorbital artery and nerve, but really, so long as you notice the obvious fracture it’s the only choice that makes sense. Create a free Lecturio account and you’ll have access to the Lecturio question bank, with more than 2,200 USMLE Step 1 practice questions. Prostatic abscess is characterized by a tender prostate … Note that whether metabolic acidosis combined with primary respiratory alkalosis, which is an important teaching point I’ve argued the question writers are probably getting at, or even if just simple respiratory compensation for metabolic acidosis–both can have the same arrows. Bartholin Gland Cysts/Abscesses. This gentleman has a peptic ulcer, which we know is caused predominately by H. pylori infection. She require… A 2-year-old boy presents with multiple skin abscesses positive for Staphylococcus aureus. Thank you so much for the prompt response! I think you copy pasta’d the explanation for the aspirin overdose from previous years. Cryptic abscesses (‘hidden’ abscesses) are common causes of PUO which are frequently found at abdominal or pelvic sites. Does the superior thyroid not also give arterial supply to the parathyroid glands? Flexible bronchoscopy is performed and the bronchoalveolar lavage sample from the medial segment of the right lower lobe shows neutrophils, with the fungal preparation showing Aspergillus fumigatus. He is a lifelong non-smoker and drinks alcohol occasionally on weekends. Frequently, the only laboratory abnormality is increased bleeding time (literally you prick the patient and see how long it takes them to stop bleeding). If so, can you explain why answer “B” is wrong? Again, it can happen significantly earlier. A. Recurrent cutaneous abscesses can be caused by particularly virulent pathogens, immune deficiencies, or primary dermatologic conditions. As a general rule, don’t do that. These patients often complain of pleuritic chest pain that is somewhat alleviated by sitting up and leaning forward and have distant heart sounds. In contrast, von Gierke disease results in hypoglycemia and subsequent lactic acidosis due to the body’s inability to properly convert glycogen back into glucose for gluconeogenesis during periods of fasting. A – Endemic Burkitt lymphoma can happen in Brazil as well as Africa (jaw lesion, puffy face). Countertransference is when you do it about them (they remind you of your son). Block 1: 1: A 42-year-old woman comes to the physician for an annual pelvic examination and Pap smear… Alcohol Middle-aged woman who is alone at home most of the day who presents with sleep disturbances and is found to have MCV at the upper limit of normal, mildly elevated LFTs with AST > ALT, and … Continue reading "NBME Step 2 Free 120 (Old)" The inferior thyroid is the primary supply and thus the “single best answer.” Remember, the other answers don’t have to be wrong to not be the best. Wouldnt a P450 inducer like carbamazepine increase the activation of VItamin D since it “induces” the CYP450 system? Skin abscesses (Acne) may have been neglected – poor hygiene; Limited access to health care – self-sufficient adult now, no transport or … Lubiprostone, which is a fatty acid that induces stool-softening intestinal secretions, is approved for idiopathic constipation, most commonly in the context of IBS and or secondary to opiate use. The multimedia explanations are at the end. ... recurrent, or chronic sinusitis, ... TEE with color Doppler is the test of choice to detect perivalvular abscesses … Their effect on LDL is by far the most potent, but they do a little good on everything. The organism should thus be an abscess forming bacteria such as staph aureus. A 7-year-old African-American boy presents to his physician with fatigue, bone and abdominal pain, and mild jaundice. That was one of two new questions changed in the 2019 set, see the explanation updates here: https://www.benwhite.com/medicine/explanations-for-the-2019-official-step-1-practice-questions/ (the other one was changed on this set mid-year and is reflected above). It’s kinda funny because it turns out that, indeed, both diseases are treated with Streptomycin. Hi Ben, Thanks for your amazing work here. The nitroblue tetrazolium (NBT) test demonstrates an inability to kill the microbes. I didn’t think of Gilbert disease despite the intermittent course because I tend to look at direct and total bilirubin levels first to see if the direct bilirubin is elevated which in this case was elevated. Laboratory investigations show the following results: A peripheral blood smear shows numerous sickle-shaped red blood cells. Which of the following would be the definitive treatment of this patient’s condition? Awesome Dr. White! Mouth ulcers are more common in PV. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. The other drugs listed are for IB, B – Blood at the meatus is the red flag (see what I did there?) An hour later in the hospital, he slowly developed a rash on his chest, arms, and legs. A. If you’re curious, see: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3927478/. B. Questions (2) … There is no randomization as there is only a single treatment group. H. pylori produces proteases and particularly urease, which allow it to increase the pH of its local environment by cleaving urea into ammonia, which is toxic to gastric mucosa. Candida infections are common; they affect the skin, mucous … For these specific NBME style questions – you know, the wishy/washy ones- would you follow the principle of “History first”?? Q32 – platelet aggregation studies are normal- I thought they were abnormal in vWF disease. If the genetic test only picked up one, then it must have missed the other. The nitroblue tetrazolium (NBT) test demonstrates an inability to kill the microbes. Hep C and HIV infection are both associated with intravenous drug use. So I was stuck between choosing hand foot mouth disease with no foot or uncharacteristically mild primary HSV-1 infection that affected both the hands and the mouth, not just one. Past medical history is significant for recurrent infections by the same organism. Keep in mind most people are asymptomatically infected as children and don’t even know it. *, F – Total peripheral resistance goes down during exercise as the arterioles supplying muscle and skin dilate. It’s classically seen in teenagers doing repetitive vigorous activity (running, jumping). It depends on which kind of aggregation studie and which type of VWD. E – Splitting is an immature defense mechanism often employed by patients with borderline personality disorder. Why, you might ask, would we do this? Ps – love the yearly reading lists and am excited to read your book. super helpful and convenient! The long bones of the arms and legs are most commonly involved in children, while the feet, spine, and hips are most commonly involved in adults. There is a problem with the right hypoglossal (tongue deviates right) and left lower and upper extremities. Smaller abscesses may not need to be drained to disappear. Every source I look at says that (E) Vancomycin the the appropriate treatment for MRSA, yet you list (D) Rifampin. Fixed that–it’s a repeat question, but I didn’t notice they made the narrative a bit longer and flipped the sides from last year. Among other questions, the patient’s mother asks you how his condition would influence his vaccination schedule. It arises from the cryptoglandular epithelium of the anal canal.… Perianal Abscess: Read more about Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment, Complications, Causes and … That is likely because if that choice had been available, the correct answer would be debatable. https://www.benwhite.com/medicine/explanations-for-the-2017-official-step-3-practice-questions/. She require… A type III (immune complex) hypersensitivity. For question 5, could you explain further why P-selectin is not a possible correct answer, for its roll in rolling during leukocyte extravasation? B is the false positive rate, the number of people with a positive test but no disease. Oh wait, that’s what the question described anyway (two-year-old with recurrent abscesses), meaning that the PMA nonsense was basically superfluous. Strongyloides, unlike CLM, explains the diarrhea, weight loss, and not just the eosinophilia. The patient should receive serogroup B meningococcal vaccination at the age of 10 years. You can see 2016 and 2017 for comparison though here: https://www.benwhite.com/medicine/step-1-correlations/. Are you preparing for USMLE Step 1? Her blood pressure is 120/80 mm Hg, the heart rate is 63/min, the respiratory rate is 14/min, and the temperature is 36.7°C (98.0°F). We know her mom is a carrier based on family history, supported by lab testing. An anal, or rectal, abscess occurs when a cavity in the anus becomes filled with pus. Thanks for compiling such an informative website. *, B – This question is a little bit BS, in that there is nothing in the stem at all to make you think this specifically. Thanks a lot. B – Memorize aspirin’s unique acid-base effects: metabolic acidosis and respiratory alkalosis. Affinity maturation is the process by which T cells produce more efficient antibodies, which typically happens with either somatic hypermutation and clonal selection; this is not the gene rearrangement. His medical history is significant for severe persistent asthma, hypertension, and several bouts of community and hospital-acquired pneumonia. Peritonsillar abscesses form around the tonsils. Oropharyngeal SCCs most commonly drain to level 2.*. B – Note that the question is not asking what cells fight URIs. Impaired immune response due to medication, B. N/A. A Historian’s Breakdown of the Siege of Gondor, How Purdue University’s President Froze Tuition, It's Spring Already? 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