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a 7 year old girl is brought to the emergency department b/c of a 7 day history of bloody diarrhea. she has had generalized fatigue for the past 2 days. Her temp is 37C, pulse 112/min, respirations 14/min, BP 105/65. Examination shows pallor and scleral icterus. The liver is not enlarged or tender. Laboratory studies show:
hemoglobin 6g/dL
mcv 80um3
leukocyte count 18,000/mm3
reticulocyte count 12%
platelet count 50,000/mm3

which of the following is the most likely explanation for these findings

a) acute lymphoblastic leukemia
b) bone marrow suppression
c) G6PD
d) hemoglobin SS disease
e) hemolytic uremic syndrome
f) iron deficiency
G) thalassemia

put G it was wrong

a 15 year old boy is brought to the physician for examination prior to participation in school basketball. he has a 5yr history of well controlled DM typ1. Medications intermediate and short acting insulin. Hemoglobin 1c 6.5% 2 weeks ago. examination today shows no abnormalities. he requests advice about how to decrease his risk of diabetes-related complications during intense basketball practices. which of the following is the most appropriate recommendation?

a) decrease the insulin dosage by 10-15% only on practice days
b) limit exercise to 30min at one time
c) measure urine glucose concentration every 30 min during exercise
d) participate only in noncontact sports
e) switch to short-acting insulin

*picked B, it was wrong

a 15 month old girls has 1 day history of rash, fever for past 3 days. received MMR 10 days ago. fever 38.4C. exam shows an erythematous maculopapular rash over the face, trunk, and extremities. which of the following is the most likely explanation for these findings?

a) arthus reaction from preexisting antibody to rubella virus
b) delayed-type hypersensitivity reaction to rubella antigen
c) immune complex disease from vaccine preservatives
d) replication of a live vaccine virus strain
e) viral dissemination in an immunocompromised host

*picked A, it was wrong
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