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A CSF glucose of 15 mg/dL, WBC count of 5000, 90%neutrophils, and protein of 80 mg/dL suggests:*oFungal meningitisoViral meningitisoTubercular meningitisoBacterial meningitisAn electrophoretic separation of lactate dehydrogenaseisoenzymes that demonstrates an elevation in LD-1 andLD-2 in a "flipped" pattern is consistent with:*Turbidity in serum suggests and elevation of:*The nephrotoxic and ototoxic effects of Aminoglycosidesare reversible.*Correct answerFalseMonitoring long-term glucose control in patients withadult onset diabetes mellitus can best be accomplishedby measuring:*oWeekly fasting 7 am serum glucoseoGlucose tolerance testingo2-hour postprandial serum glucoseoHgbA1cHypothyroid patients display resistance to digoxinactions.*Correct answerFalseHemoglobin A1c represents:*oValine substitution for glutamine at the 6thposition of the beta chain of hemoglobinoKetone formation due to hydrolysis of thealpha and beta C-terminus forming anabnormal hemoglobinoGlycosylation of valine in the polypeptideN-terminus of normal adult hemoglobinoGlucose reduction in the presence of oxygen atthe N-terminus of the polypeptide chains ofhemoglobinWhat is the most appropriate fasting procedure when alipid study of triglyceride, total cholesterol, HDLcholesterol, and LDL cholesterol tests are ordered?*When myocardial infarction occurs, the first enzyme tobecome elevated is:*Erythemic flushing of the extremities (Red mansyndrome) is associated with:*

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Fall
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stenosis, infarction, Ductus Arteriosus

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