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submitted by seagull(432),

at BMI 15 not only has she never had a period but she never had a meal.

sympathetikey  You're on fire man lol +  
monkey  How the fuck is it not related to anorexia nervosa is beyond me. +  


submitted by yotsubato(282),

Was it just me, or did "age at onset in years" appear RIGHT above the number of patients, rather than the mean. Which confused me for a good 3 minutes.

fulminant_life  Definitely was the same for me. I was so confused for like 5 mins +4  
d_holles  dude i almost didn't get the question bc of this ... i thought the age of onset was the actual age of onset (36) +3  
mellowpenguins  Are you serious. NBME strikes again with shitty formatting. +  
yex  OMG!! Now I just realized that. Super confused and also thought onset of age was 36. :-/ +  
monkey  what is 36 supposed to be? +  
thomasburton  Think the number of people in that group +  


submitted by hayayah(411),

Prostatitis is characterized by dysuria, frequency, urgency, low back pain. Warm, tender, enlarged prostate.

Acute bacterial prostatitis—in older men most common bacterium is E. coli.

ergogenic22  In young men it could be chlamydia but the question stem makes no mention of sexual activity, so it is e. coli +3  
charcot_bouchard  First this guy isnt older! He may incite Daddy issue but not older. At this age people tend to be more monogamous so E Coli the more likely answer. But again cont NBME 20 trend this one was pretty vague too. +  
monkey  They classify at 35 year old (<35 = Chlamydia or Neisseria and > 35 = E.coli) +