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I think the small intestine narrows as you go along, so jejunum would most likely intuss into the duodenum.
Duodenum is fixed to the retroperitoneal wall, and also has lots of named vessels attached to it, along with the pancreaticobiliary duct and ampulla. It cant really intussuscept.
You should also know that the duodenum is almost purely on the right side of the body
stop being an ape. evolutionize!
as a creationist i'm offended
Also, Tarsal/Meibomian glands are found along the rims of the eyelid and produce meibum
So why is it apocrine? The dude is EXERCISING when playing football.
The question asks about "the characteristic odor" i.e. body odor coming from the APEocrine glands. The Eccrine glands secrete water and electrolytes.
he also has a family history of asthma. that's shit is genetic. +1 for asthma.
Cheif complaint is SOB during exercise with coughing. Mitral valve prolapse is not going to do that so I picked asthma as well.
Squamous cell carcinoma of the esophagus presents itself as an raised plaque with ulcerations
she doubled her triiodothyronine not levothyroxine, so she took a bunch of T3 -> feedback inhibition of TSH and therefore decreased T4
D’oh didn’t even read that just assumed it was levothyroxine. Thanks!
NBME's give you very few buzzwords, read it super carefully!! questions like these are free points
Because there is avulsion fracture on medial side from deltoid ligament and fibular fracture on oppostie side, this is classic for an eversion.
Its more a CK-type question