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By Michael S. Clement

Blueprints Q&A for Step three is the ideal learn reduction for USMLE Step three. The ebook includes 1,000 board-formatted questions—200 for every middle clerkship subject—that were reviewed through scholars who lately handed the forums. complete solutions with causes for proper and unsuitable resolution offerings are supplied for every query. An appendix of standard lab values and a listing of abbreviations also are integrated. A significant other web site on thePoint will provide the questions electronically to simulate the particular Step three examination.

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Brenda Shinar, Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center, Phoenix, Arizona. qxd 8/23/07 10:18 AM Page 5 Section 1 / Medicine • 5 loose and without blood or mucus. She has noticed that she is warm and sweaty when others in her family are comfortable or even cool. She has been getting in more arguments with her boyfriend and feels extremely irritable. She denies using tobacco, alcohol, or drug. She currently takes no medications or herbs, and family history is noncontributory. On physical examination, the patient is afebrile and thin appearing with stable vital signs.

She has not noticed any rashes, but states she gets sunburned more easily than normal. On examination, her vital signs are normal, including her BP. She appears well nourished and well developed. Results of her HEENT examination are unremarkable, with the exception of patchy alopecia. There is no evidence of a malar rash. Her lungs are clear to • 11 auscultation and her heart examination results are normal. She has normal bowel sounds without peritoneal signs. There is no clubbing, cyanosis, or edema present.

E. ANA and anti-SSA (Ro) levels Anti-dsDNA and anti-SSA (Ro) levels Anti-dsDNA and complement levels ANA and complement levels Anti-ds DNA and ANA levels 42. The presence of which of the following markers increases the likelihood of her baby developing neonatal lupus with complete heart block? A. B. C. D. E. Anti-Smith antibodies Anti-SSA (Ro) antibodies Speckled pattern on ANA Antihistone antibodies Anti-dsDNA antibodies End of Set The following three questions (items 43 to 45) relate to the same clinical scenario: A 32-year-old woman presents to your clinic with complaints of arthralgias, subjective fevers, and hair loss.

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