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A. Bartonella henselae B. Listeria monocytogenes C. Mycobacterium avium-intracellulare D. Mycobacterium leprae E. Nocardia asteroides Answer -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- <10>Microscopic examination of a section of a normal young adult ovary reveals large numbers of unusually large cells surrounded by a single layer of flat epithelial cells. In which phase of the cell cycle are these cells arrested? A. Diplotene stage of the 1st meiotic division B. Diplotene stage of the 2nd meiotic division C. Metaphase stage of mitosis D. Prophase stage of mitosis E. Prophase stage of the 2nd meiotic division Answer -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- <11>A 3-year-old child is seen by a pediatrician because he has developed multiple isolated lesions on his face and neck. Physical examination
reveals many lesions up to 4 cm in diameter with golden crusts, while in other sites small blisters and weeping areas are seen. Which of the following is the most likely diagnosis? A. Aphthous ulcers B. Erysipelas C. Herpes simplex I D. Impetigo E. Measles Answer -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- <12>A 2-year-old-boy is brought to the pediatrician by his mother because he has had several episodes of rectal bleeding. Evaluation with a technetium-99m perfusion scan reveals a 3-cm ileal outpouching located 60 cm from the ileocecal valve. This structure likely contains which of the following types of ectopic tissue? A. Duodenal B. Esophageal C. Gastric D. Hepatic E. Jejunal Answer -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- <13>A 19-year-old college student presents to the student health clinic complaining of weakness, malaise, and a chronic cough. He has a fever of 100 degrees F and a dry cough; no sputum can be obtained for laboratory analysis, so a bronchial lavage is performed and the washings are submitted to the laboratory. The laboratory reports that the organism is "slow-growing." Serodiagnosis reveals Strep MG agglutinins in the
patient's serum. Which of the following organisms is the most likely cause of this student's illness? A. Klebsiella pneumoniae B. Mycoplasma pneumoniae C. Parainfluenza virus D. Respiratory syncytial virus E. Streptococcus pneumoniae Answer -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- <14>A 52-year-old male is brought into the emergency room by his wife because he has been complaining of a severe headache. Physical exam reveals ptosis of the right eyelid with the right eye facing down and out. There is a fixed and dilated right pupil with an inability to accommodate. Subarachnoid blood appears on noncontrast CT scan. Magnetic resonance angiography (MRA) would be expected to reveal an aneurysm of which of the following vessels? A. Anterior cerebral artery B. Anterior choroidal artery C. Anterior communicating artery D. Middle cerebral artery E. Ophthalmic artery F. Posterior communicating artery G. Posterior inferior cerebellar artery Answer -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- <15>A 24-year-old graduate student presents to a physician with complaints of severe muscle cramps and weakness with even mild exercise. Muscle biopsy demonstrates glycogen accumulation, but hepatic biopsy is
unremarkable. Which of the following is the most likely diagnosis?

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