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Hello all! This is the first thread I've actually started. So, my school has a Problem Based Learning curriculum, and part of what we do is make up board-style questions for our groups based on our readings. I thought I'd share the ones I've written here - an extra question never hurts, they aren't from any qbank so there are no spoilers, and it's kind of fun quizzing each other. Here's the first one:

A 43-year-old white male presents with jaundice of several days' duration. He reports mild fatigue and "all-over itchiness". His medical history is significant for ulcerative colitis, frequent headaches, and sleep apnea. ERCP confirms a diagnosis of primary sclerosing cholangitis. Typical antibody findings would include ANA, anti-smooth muscle, and:
  • Anti-HepBc IgG
  • Anti-glycoprotein 210 antibody
  • Anti-topoisomerase antibody
  • Atypical p-ANCA antibody
  • Von Meyenburg complexes
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