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NBME 18 Answers

nbme18/Block 3/Question#26 (19.1 difficulty score)
33 yo man, diagnosed with epilepsy
He is medically qualified to drive🔍

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This varies among states but in most of the states a 1-2 year free seizure period is required for epileptic patients to get their license

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suckitnbme  Question stem also implies that the patient has been driving already. "has not had any collisions while driving his personal motor vehicle". +  

i think this is because last time it was tonic-clonic seaziues so he just ask if carbamazepine cove it or not