Go For The Glory Quiz: Oral plaques; Post MI-depression; Weakness; Polycystic kidney disease

January 17, 2013

Oral plaques; Post-MI depression; Weakness; Polycystic kidney disease

Test your skills in this 5-question quiz, starting here.QUESTION 1:





A 36-year-old man presented with the new onset of stinging and burning on the tongue. The lesions consist of well-defined whitish plaques, randomly scattered on the dorsum of the tongue. These plaques did not scrape off.

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QUESTION 3:



A 38-year-old Asian man with a history of hypertension, depression, and alcohol abuse presented to a walk-in clinic with total body weakness that started when he awoke that morning after drinking heavily the night before. His medications included hydrochlorothiazide and fluoxetine, but he had not been taking either drug recently. An ECG was ordered.

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QUESTION 4:



A 72-year-old man complained of slowly growing, painless lesions on his back. On physical examination, 2 contiguous, firm, hemispherical, nontender masses were found, with a black pore overlying each. A clinical diagnosis of epidermoid cysts was made.

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QUESTION 5:



This CT scan of a 38-year-old woman shows innumerable cystic lesions in both kidneys, suggestive of polycystic disease. A diagnosis of autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease was made based on the patient’s family history and imaging findings.

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ANSWER KEY:

Question 1. Answer: b

Question 2. Answer: d

Question 3. Answer: a

Question 4. Answer: d

Question 5. Answer: a