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1) Previos heathly man with left long leg cast inmobilization, 6 months later the left calf show 2 cm decresed in circunference, compared to the rigth, cause of the decrese?
a) decrese glycogen syntesis
b) decrese MLPK
c) increase phosphatidil degradation
d) increse protein degradation
e) mit damage (was wrong)
f) necrosis muscular fibers

2) Pt with caugh, short term supress, no constipation with low pt abuse. I puted codeina was wrong? any idea please

3) 54 yr old with squamous cell carcinoma, germile dna analysis 2 alleles, m and n, at the microsatellite locus Z tightly linked to the p53 gene, neoplasic cell show only m allele, by???

I puted D was incorrect .... a) gerrline mosaicismo, b) loss heterozygocity c) p53 gene amplification d) ... e) point mutation of allele n

4) A man with headedness in the alititud with orthostatic hypotension,
why? a) high altitud sickness, b( hypovolemia c) hypoxia d) impair simpatetic nerve activity e) resp alkalosis I puted E was worng, maybe d?

5) please can u explain me this: mass left side of neck, cystic, cutaneos surface opening, the opening of the mass is ... a) enterior ECM, b) middle in the neck (wrong) c) post auricular d) post parotid gland e) submental

6) case of effectivenessof vit C in 2 clinical trials 1) inadequated stadistal power, non randomization 3) selec tion bias (worng) 4( variability in outcome asesment

7) Which is the cause of hypercalcemia in pt with Mieloma Multiple? PLEASE!!!! }

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I would say take a print screen and put it up or email it to me at Hitman1187@hotmail.com ........ i will tell you the ans I know

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I would say take a print screen and put it up or email it to me at Hitman1187@hotmail.com ........ i will tell you the ans I know

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Thanks ill do iot

but why dexometrophan if here says that does not cause constipation and dextromethopan is an opiod? that's wht i did not pick dext, why locus hetero.., why on ECM? tHANKS A LOT
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but why dexometrophan if here says that does not cause constipation and dextromethopan is an opiod? that's wht i did not pick dext, why locus hetero.., why on ECM? tHANKS A LOT
dexometrophan is for cough suprresant with less addictive value than codine see FA pg 430 2011 edition codine is also a opiod

Locus hetero becoz it means loss of one allele ........ it is used for tumour suppressor genes where they lose one allele first hit then second allele

I dont know what ECM you have wriitten , whats the full form , but other options didnt match so , its a branchial cyst ...... so Is ECM cervical sinus something ???
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dexometrophan is for cough suprresant with less addictive value than codine see FA pg 430 2011 edition codine is also a opiod

Locus hetero becoz it means loss of one allele ........ it is used for tumour suppressor genes where they lose one allele first hit then second allele

I dont know what ECM you have wriitten , whats the full form , but other options didnt match so , its a branchial cyst ...... so Is ECM cervical sinus something ???
WHAT A STUIP AM i CODEINA IS ALSO an opiod! omg :S, ok ECM: estenocleidomastoid

Do u know how is the pathphy of Hypercalcemia in Mieloma multiple? Thanks.
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WHAT A STUIP AM i CODEINA IS ALSO an opiod! omg :S, ok ECM: estenocleidomastoid

Do u know how is the pathphy of Hypercalcemia in Mieloma multiple? Thanks.
ECM: estenocleidomastoid yes this is the ans , branchial cyst is anterior to sternocleidomastiod

send me the stem of the Qs will need it for pathphy of Hypercalcemia in Mieloma multiple
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I think the Hypercalcemia in multiple myeloma is secondary to bone destruction.
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I think the Hypercalcemia in multiple myeloma is secondary to bone destruction.In Multiple myeloma there is increased secretion of osteoclasti-activating factor(IL1) by malignant plasma cells;producing lytic bone lesions ,decre serum PTH,Normal 25(oh)D and decre 1,25(OH02 D becuase of absence of 1 alpha hydroxylase.
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