Тест. Module 1 of 6th year students. Internal diseases 4.
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Earliest radiological sign of Pulmonary Venous Hypertension in Chest X-ray is:
- Cephalization of pulmonary vascularity
- Pleural effusion
- Kerley B lines
- Alveolar pulmonary edema
- While caring for a patient with a suspected pneumothorax, you note there are several areas on the patient’s skin that appear to be “bulging” out. These “bulging” areas are located on the patient’s neck, face, and abdomen. On palpation on these areas, you note they feel "crunchy". When charting your findings you would refer to this finding as?
- Subcutaneous paresthesia
- Pigment molle
- Subcutaneous emphysema
- A patient Presents with decreased vital Capacity and total Lung volume. what is the most probable diagnosis?
- cystic fibrosis
FIND DIFFERENCES BETWEEN GIVEN ECG AND ATRIAL FLUTTER
- DURATION OF QRS COMPLEX IS MORE THAN 0.10 SEC
- R-R INTERVAL IS IRREGULAR
- NORMAL P WAVE
- LONG QT INTERVAL
A 29 year-old Caucasian male, recently diagnosed with seizure disorder, was brought to emergency room for altered mental status with combative behavior. Patient was having syncopal episodes and sudden seizures with spontaneous resolution in few minutes for the past 4-5 months. Family history was significant for sudden deaths in family in early age. 12 lead EKG showed the following. Identify ECG changes and find further complication of this
- LVH AND AND TORSADE DE POINTES
- LONG QT AND TORSADE DE POINTES
- ST SEGMENT ELEVATION AND MI
- ST SEGMENT DEPRESSION AND MI
- A 62-year-old man presents to the emergency department complaining of shortness of breath. Four days prior to presentation he felt unwell and complained of muscle aches and headache. He started having rigors and his wife measured his temperature as 39°C. They thought that he had influenza. However his symptoms worsened, and by the day of presentation he was complaining of a dry cough and marked shortness of breath.
His pulse rate is 120/min and blood pressure 146/72 mmHg. His respiratory rate is 32/min. His trachea is central and chest expansion is symmetrical. Percussion is reduced, and auscultation reveals bilateral crackles and bronchial breathing in both lower zones posteriorly.
Hb – 15 G/DL, White cell count – 10.5 x 109 /l, neutrophils – 8,9 x 109 /l, lymphocytes – 0.4 x 109 /l, platelets- 150 x 109 /l.
According to known information choose from the followings as the main drugs
- Antiviral drugs
- Non of them
Which artery is most likely to be affected in the context of ST elevation being present in leads V3 and V4?
- Left anterior descending coronary artery
- Right coronary artery
- Left circum flex coronary artery
- All of the above
A person with mitral regurgitation and atrial fibrillation presents with syncope. On examination the person has a heart rate of 55. What is the most probable cause?
- Incomplete heart block
- Digitalis toxicity
- Subarachnoid Haemorrhage
The most common reentrant tachycardia associated with WPW syndrome is:
- Antidromic AV reentry
- Rapidly conducting AF
- Orthodromic AV reentry
Which of the following is cause of RBBB?
- It can occur in a normal person
- Pulmonary embolism
- All of the above