Oral Pain; Bruising; Poisoning; MS; Foot Odor
Test your skills in this 5-question quiz, starting here.QUESTION 1:
A 63-year-old man's chief complaint was stinging, burning, and pain in his mouth. These symptoms were worsened by eating fruit or drinking carbonated beverages. The diagnosis was oral lichen planus.
A 37-year-old man presented for evaluation of "easy bruising" and "bleeding gums." At the time of medical consultation, the smell of ethanol was detected on his breath.
A 50-year-old man presented to the ED after experiencing 2 episodes of loss of consciousness. His vital signs were significant for bradycardia and sinus bradycardia. A prolonged QT interval was seen on an ECG. On questioning, the patient reported that he had sprayed the exterior of his house for termites approximately 10 hours earlier and had lost consciousness for 10 minutes about 7 hours later.
A 33-year-old man was concerned that his feet had "a bad smell." The patient was healthy, took no medications, and regularly engaged in sports. Examination of the feet revealed non-tender, superficial pits in the skin of the toes and the heel.
Question 1. Answer: f
Question 2. Answer: a
Question 3. Answer: a
Question 4. Answer: b
Question 5. Answer: d