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  • Nutritional and Digestive System Disorders Questions

    What is the treatment for this condition that causes skin hyperpigmentation, diabetes and liver cirrhosis?

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    A 42 y/o female presents with dizziness. Blood glucose is 40mg/dL. Plasma insulin level is elevated. C-peptide level is undetectable. What is the most likely diagnosis?

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      A 24 y/o F presents for a routine examination. He reports being stressors from work.Physcial exam reveals mild scleral icterus.
      AST 10U/L ALT 11U/LTotal bilirubin 1.8mg/dL. direct bilirubin 0.3mg/dL
      What is the treatment plan?

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        a 65 y/o Female presents with sudden onset of left lower quadrant abdominal pain. Pain is associated with nausea and subjective fevers but no vomiting.
        Physical exam reveals LLQ tenderness, some rebound tenderness and guarding. Temperature is 38 C(100.4F). Leukocyte count in 15000 mm3.
        What is the treatment for this condition?

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          A 2 month old child is brought to the office for chronic diarrhea and irritability. Stool studies shows low PH but no stool wbc.
          What is the next best test to confirm diagnosis?

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            A 50 y/o M presents with oral lesion. Physical exam shows a flat, white patch.
            Biopsy reveals leukoplakia.
            What is the significance of this lesion?

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              A 45 y/o M presents with diarrhea x 3 days after returning from Mexico.He reports 10-12 Loose, watery nonbloody stools associated with abdominal cramps.
              Temp is 38C.
              Stool leukocytes is positive. What is the empiric antibiotic of choice?

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                25 y/o Female presents with history of multiple refractory peptic ulcers. She has a family history of peptic ulcer disease. Fasting Gastrin level is 1000pg/ml(high).Secretin stimulation shows a rise in gastrin level.
                Other lab results reveal calcium of 11mg/dl.
                ​What is the most likely diagnosi

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                • #9
                  What is the next step in confirming the diagnosis of the condition above?

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