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 +1  (nbme21#6)
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 +2  (nbme22#39)
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seracen  Wouldn't nitrates be a faster acting drug here? That was my take-away anyway. One is more acute, the other for long term maintenance. +4
suckitnbme  I also believe it's because CCBs have minimal effect on venous beds and would not cause a significant decrease on preload. +2
beto  decrease of cardiac preload is another word of Venodilation, so Nitrates primarly venodilators. CCB dilate arteria more than veins +
zevvyt  also, verapamil is the one that causes constipation. But Verampamil is non-dyhydropiridine, so it works more on the heart than the vessels +2

 +0  (nbme22#16)
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suckitnbme  You should be able to rule it out by the normal Thrombin time. Abnormal fibrinogen would have increased PT/PTT but also increased Thrombin time because the entire pathway is compromised by the inability of fibrinogen to be cleaved to functioning fibrin. +5

 +3  (nbme22#46)
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 +1  (nbme22#27)
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medguru2295  Possibly Multiple Myeloma. That is classic for an older person with back pain and lytic lesions in the back. +
asharm10  osteolytic- multiple myeloma, Osteoblastic- Prostate; dont think beyond this for this exam, i have never seen a question in NBME or uworld they tried to fool us off on this concept so far. +1
euchromatin69  u world 341 same concept +
skuutnasty  I'd like to reiterate what's stated above... dx NOT MM in this question because MM is PRIMARY not METASTATIC @ bone (answer reads: metastatic carcinoma) <3 +

 +1  (nbme24#2)
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futuredoc  Hypoxia leads to pulmonary vasoconstriction and therefore pulmonary HTN. This can lead to the peripheral edema. Furthermore pulmonary HTN can present with a loud S2. +9

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