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A 46-year-old woman is evaluated for a 3-month history of a rash during the summertime. She is otherwise well and takes no medications. Following a physical exam, exam of the rash, and lab studies, what is the most likely diagnosis?.
Low-risk patients without evidence of myocardial infarction can be evaluated with an exercise or pharmacologic stress test. ... However, a stress test in a patient with probable acute coronary syndrome could provoke an extension of her myocardial
Mammogram, Pap test, and colonoscopy, all performed within the last year, were normal. ... an inadequate screening and diagnostic test.
A 28-year-old woman is evaluated after a 4-hour self-limited episode of palpitations. The symptoms occurred while at work yesterday.
A 55-year-old man is evaluated in the emergency department after experiencing fever and chills yesterday evening and bilateral arm pain and a rash on the upper extremities upon awakening this morning. The patient ate raw oysters from the Gulf Coast
Absolute neutrophil count:. 400/µL (0.4 10. 9. /L). Direct Coombs (antiglobulin) test:.
A 29-year-old woman is evaluated for a petechial rash of the lower extremities of 3 weeks' duration. The patient reports no bleeding problems except for recent, occasional bleeding from her gums after brushing. Physician examination reveals
Direct antiglobulin (Coombs) test:. Negative. A bone marrow aspiration reveals a“ dry tap.” A peripheral blood smear and bone marrow biopsy are shown.
Vaginal pH is 6.0,“ whiff” test is positive. Results of saline microscopy are shown. ... A urine pregnancy test is negative. MKSAP photo (c) American College of Physicians.