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Default Repeated USMLE Questions Step 1- 347

Q -A middle aged male represents with an edematous circular skin lesion of black eschar. Which of the following bacteria is the most likely the causative organism of this condition?
A- Bacillus anthracis
B- Pneumonitis aeruginosa
C- Staphylococcus aureus
D- Streptococcus viridans

Q -During spermatogenesis, which type of cells enter meiosis 1 to from primary spermatocytes?
A- Primordial germ cells
B- Spermatids
C- Type A spermatocytes
D- Type B spermatocytes

Q -Which type of bias is reflected when individuals with severe disease are uncovered because they die first?
A- Confounding bias
B- Late-look bias
C- Measurement bias
D- Selection bias

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