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 +7  (nbme21#22)
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tinydoc  Cardiac Tumors in adults -- usually myxoma Cardiac tumors in kids -- usually Rhabdomyoma ( ass. w/ Tuberous Sclerosis. ) --> its in the first aid rapid Review +15
tinydoc  Cardiac Tumors in adults -- usually myxoma Cardiac tumors in kids -- usually Rhabdomyoma ( ass. w/ Tuberous Sclerosis. ) --> its in the first aid rapid Review +2
arlenieeweenie  He also has seizures and pink-yellow papules, which I think they're trying to describe one of the characteristic ash-leaf or shagreen patches (doesn't sound like either of them to me lol) but that all points to tuberous sclerosis +
pg32  @arlenieeweenie I think they are actually trying to describe angiofibromas that appear on the face in tuberous sclerosis, though I still think their description is pretty bad haha +5
lovebug  Tuberous sclerosis. mnemonic : HAMAR(->Rhabdomyoma)TOMASS. FA19 page.513 +
naarim15  the pink/yellow papules are adenoma sebaceum - "reddish nodules in a butterfly appearance areound the nose and cheeks, acne-like appearance" https://next.amboss.com/us/article/Rk0lnT#Z018f418df303f0090d6f81837408e107 +

 -3  (nbme20#3)
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johnthurtjr  I think it may actually be a keloid, not a hypertrophic scar, as it expands beyond the borders of the original incision. +5
thepacksurvives  I believe this is a keloid; a hypertrophic scar does not extend past the borders of it's original incision, while a keloid does. regardless, the answer to this question is the same :) +
breis  First AID pg 219 Scar formation: Hypertrophic vs. Keloid +
charcot_bouchard  They give granulation tissue is a option which is type 3 collagen. so if it was hypertrophic scar it would be ap problem since its only excessive growth of Type 3. while keloid is excessive growth of both 1 and 3 +3
bharatpillai  I literally ruled put collagen synthesis defect since this is not a collagen synthesis defect at all ( EDS, Scurvy) :/ hate these kind of questions +

 +5  (nbme20#20)
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medschul  Wouldn't Fanconi syndrome also cause hypokalemia though? +4
yotsubato  Especially considering the fact that the DCT will be working in overdrive to compensate for lost solutes??? +1
nala_ula  This question did not make sense to me at all. I knew it was Fanconi syndrome yet didn't select the obvious answer because it said "follow up examination 1 week after diagnosis". I thought it would already be in treatment... I searched (now) and it says that treatment is basically replenishing was is lost in the urine. So definitely the wording is like wtf to me +1
sugaplum  I was thinking since it affected the PCT that Na resorption would be affected as well? But I guess the other segments will pick up the slack? +

 +5  (nbme20#24)
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 +23  (nbme20#6)
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imnotarobotbut  How is one supposed to know this before having read this article? +32
imgdoc  This question falls under the either you know it or you dont category. It isnt in FA or Uworld +
jaxx  So why would these A-holes put it on there as if prepping for this exam isn't stressful enough :-| +7
doodimoodi  Lol just why seriously +2
champagnesupernova3  This was mentioned in the Kaplan behavioral videos +
usmlecrasher  and there's so much unnecessarily BS instead of real questions +1
j44n  I'm just glad we're seeing this garbage now instead of having an aneurysm in the prometric center +1

 +5  (nbme20#15)
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 +0  (nbme20#31)
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 +3  (nbme20#48)
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celeste  The "**iod**" part of am**iod**arone reminds me of it's high **iod**ine content. +8
xxabi  I think of it as the trifecta - gotta monitor LFTs, PFTs, and Ts (thyroid) when on amiodarone! +3
sinforslide  Also, the patient presented with Afib; this might've been caused by transient hyperthyroidism as a prelude to Hashimoto's. In this case, if you give Amio, you'd cause serious hypothyroidism! +
fatboyslim  Always monitor LFTs (liver), TFTs (thyroid), and PFTs (pulmonary) with amiodarone +

 +1  (nbme20#9)
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submitted by strugglebus(163),
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celeste  Nitrogen Balance = Nitrogen intake - Nitrogen loss +8  


submitted by hayayah(1057),
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celeste  I remember this as Down Syndrome has high HI (hCg and inhibit) +17  
temmy  Thanks celeste. I'll remember Hi +1  


submitted by celeste(79),
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celeste  The "**iod**" part of am**iod**arone reminds me of it's high **iod**ine content. +8  
xxabi  I think of it as the trifecta - gotta monitor LFTs, PFTs, and Ts (thyroid) when on amiodarone! +3  
sinforslide  Also, the patient presented with Afib; this might've been caused by transient hyperthyroidism as a prelude to Hashimoto's. In this case, if you give Amio, you'd cause serious hypothyroidism! +  
fatboyslim  Always monitor LFTs (liver), TFTs (thyroid), and PFTs (pulmonary) with amiodarone +