Friday, April 6, 2012

A Medical School Exam Question...

...or the way it appears to me in the heat of the moment.

1. A 28yo female patient presents with nausia, vommiting, shortness of breath, a whole bunch of other seemingly irrelevant signs and symptoms, and a panel of lab results almost as long the NBME list of normal values. She tells you she has been doing some things, for a period of time in the past, that might help make sense of her present situation, if you read my mind. This patient’s condition is best represented by which point on the above graph:
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    Answer Key

1: You should have read my mind. Or at least your 600 page syllabus.

Happy Easter! The Ultimate Medical School Lecture.

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