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SMLE 2019 18 TH OF SEPTEMBER Corrected By: Glory team
Glory team 18.9.19 Highlighted with red - it needs double check NOTES with blue new questions , give it more effort 1- 3 years old pediatric patient presented with red cheek, what is the most common cause?
2- 20 something women k/c of asthma on saba and ics has been free of symptoms for 1 year what to do:
3-Patient k/c of a fib and has a hx of htn and tia on warfrin and other drugs for htn presented to the clinic and ecg done and no signs of afib:
4-Patient was just informed that he has lung cancer his response was (is it a mistake)? A. Denial B. Anger C. Bargaining
5- Women just had her baby 3 months ago claims that she sees snails at his crib at night but she knows that cant be true but she has to check his crib?
6- Patient preemployment check up on echo discovered cardiomegaly (left ventricular enlargement) other than that everything is normal next step:
B. Start acei ( they named one of the drugs) C. Re-evaluate after 6 months 7- Women known case of sle has been free of all symptoms for many years and off treatment labs show protienuria and high cr and urea what to do next:
8-Women with spider nevi and everything else is normal wants to remove it for cosmetic reasons whats the best option? A. Sclerotherapy B. Endovascular ablation
9-Child fell on his right side after one day developed abdominal distention became pale and hypertensive what is the cause?
10- 3 months old presented to er with concerning mother with a history of apnea and central cyanosis for 10 mins after each feeds what is the reason for admission:
11-Patient was admitted 6 weeks ago to ccu for MI admitted now for elective cholecystectomy:
12- There was a question about a 60 something women with hx of htn and dm presented with sudden lower abdominal pain for 6 hours that increased after eating during exam abdomen is tender and there’s regular irregular pulse, there was no fever: A. Mesenteric ischemia B. Diverticulitis C. Ulcerative colitis

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