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Question: If you suspect diverticulitis, you can treat with abx alone. No imaging is necessary. Question: It is safe to use laxatives long-term for the treatment of constipation. Question: According... to the American Cancer Society guidelines, African Americans with no other risk factors for colon cancer should begin routine colon cancer screening at age 45. Question: In ulcerative colitis, typical symptoms include abdominal cramping, fever, anorexia, wt loss, spasm, flatulence, and RLQ pain or mass. Stools may contain blood, mucous, and/or pus. Question: In diverticulitis, typical symptoms include bleeding, cramping pain, and the urge to defecate. Stools are characteristically watery diarrhea with blood and mucus. Question: In diverticulitis, typical symptoms include LLQ pain and tenderness, fever, change in bowel habits (usually diarrhea), and sometimes nausea/vomiting. Question: Acute gastroenteritis is the most common cause of nausea and vomiting. Question: Nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea do not usually occur together in acute gastroenteritis. Question: The most common pathogen responsible for acute gastroenteritis is bacterial. Question: If a person presents to the office with nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea, which of the following would prompt you to order stool studies? Question: Which of the following would … an appropriate treatment for prophylaxis or treatment of traveler’s diarrhea? Question: The history is the most important part of the visit for a patient with complaint of a hearing disorder. Question: Meniere’s disease is diagnoses of exclusion. Question: The majority of TM ruptures will heal themselves. Question: Age-related hearing loss (presbycusis) is classified as which type of hearing loss? Question: The triad of symptoms associated with Meniere’s disease include _____. Question: The most common bacterial cause of pharyngitis or tonsillitis is from Group _____ Hemolytic Streptococcus. Question: Which are not findings associated with mononucleosis? Question: Name the four clinical features suggestive of bacterial pharyngitis (Centor criteria) Question: A red tongue with enlarged papillae, sometimes seen with strep throat is called a _____ tongue Question: Patients with > 3 Centor criteria can … empirically diagnosed with GABHS and treated without further testing. Question: Empiric treatment of asymptomatic household contacts o patients with acute GABHS pharyngitis is recommended. Question: Doxycycline is an alternative for patients with GABHS pharyngitis who are allergic to PCN. Question: Patients with mononucleosis who develop an erythematous, macular rash after taking amoxicillin for pharyngitis should … identified as having a PCN allergy. Question: Which is (are) a symptom(s) of peritonsillar abscess? Question: The most common cause of viral laryngitis is _____. Question: Fluorescein staining is a method used to differentiate the types of conjunctivitis. Question: Poison ivy is contagious and can … spread from touching the affected area. Question: Treatment for nonfluctuant abscess should include incision and drainage (I&D). Question: Which is NOT treatment for warts? Question: Tinea corporis is found on the: Question: Tinea unguium is found on the: Question: Tinea cruris is found on the: Question: Tinea pedis is found on the: Question: Patients should … referred to a dermatologist for treatment of acne with Accutane. Question: Treatment of moderate acne may include the use of topical and oral antibiotic with a retinoid. Question: How is an appropriate differential developed? Question: Assessing for prior antibiotic use is a critical part of the history in pt’s presenting with diarrhea. Question: What is the most common cause of acute n/v? Question: What is the importance of obtaining an abdominal XR to rule out perforation or obstruction even though the … made clinically? Question: What are colon cancer screening recommendations relative to certain populations? Question: The majority of dyspnea complaints are due to cardiac or pulmonary decompensation. Question: What are the characteristics of nuclear cataracts? Question: What are the characteristics of cortical cataracts? Question: What are the characteristics of posterior cataracts? Question: Assessing for prior antibiotic use is a critical part of the history in pt’s presenting with diarrhea. Question: Norovirus is the most common virus responsible for acute gastroenteritis. [Show More]

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