Cephalic Tetanus, Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, and Skin Lesions

October 11, 2013

How much do you know about cephalic tetanus? Perioperative hypotension? PCOS? Take this week’s test and see if you can answer these 5 questions.

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Cephalic tetanus was diagnosed in 47-year-old man who had received treatment for caries and an inadequate root canal fill.

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A 57-year-old obese woman with poorly controlled type 2 diabetes mellitus presented with the sudden onset of “yellow bumps all over.”

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ANSWER KEY:



Question 1. Answer: a

Question 2. Answer: b

Question 3. Answer: c

Question 4. Answer: e

Question 5. Answer: b