Q- A female patient presents to the emergency room with a suspicious ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm. Which of the following is the appropriate test needed at this situation?
A- Abdominal CT scan
B- Abdominal MRI
C- Abdominal ultrasonography
D- Abdominal X-ray
The correct answer is C
This patient is most likely hemodynamically unstable. She needs an urgent bedside test to confirm her diagnosis. All other tests are not appropriate at this situation.
Q- Which of the following is the appropriate treatment of a moderate case of acne vulgaris?
A- Benzyl peroxide
B- Oral antibiotic and topical therapy
C- Oral isotretinoin
D- Topical antibiotic
The correct answer is B
A and D, are for mild cases which C is for severe cases of acne.
Q- A toddler swallowed a coin. Which of the following is the most common site of impaction of this coin?
B- Ileocecal junction
D- Transverse colon
The correct answer is A
Esophagus is the most common site of impaction in all ages including adults and infants as well.
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