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MKSAP quiz: Test yourself with infectious diseases vignettes on sudden drop in blood pressure with onset of fever, odynophagia in AIDS, and a persistent sore on the forearm.
July 2009

MKSAP Quiz: 1 day of visual problems

A 55-year-old man is evaluated for a 1-day history of seeing flashing lights, “squiggly” lines, and floating objects in his left eye followed by loss of vision at the outer periphery of the eye shortly after having breakfast this morning. He now
January 2015

MKSAP Quiz: Follow-up on ED visit

A 31-year-old man is evaluated for follow-up 2 days after an emergency department visit for palpitations. He reports intermittent palpitations and occasional episodes of shortness of breath. What is the most appropriate next step in management?
June 2017

MKSAP Quiz: Worsening thrombocytopenia

A 35-year-old woman is evaluated for worsening thrombocytopenia; she is pregnant at 36 weeks' gestation. Medical history is significant for immune thrombocytopenic purpura. Previous platelet counts during this pregnancy have been 80,000 to
September 2016

MKSAP Quiz: 8-year history of joint pain

A radiograph of the hand is shown. Which of the following is the most appropriate diagnostic test to perform next? ... Measurement of transferrin saturation is the most appropriate diagnostic test to perform next in this patient.
May 2017

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These acrostic-like puzzles, by ACP Associate Member Justin Vader, MD, will test your medical knowledge and, we hope, provide a bit of fun. ... See Test Yourself, page 18, for answer. Subscribe to MKSAP 16 ACP’s MKSAP helps you to:.
April 2013

MKSAP Quiz: 3-day history of dysuria

A 26-year-old man is admitted to the emergency department with a 3-day history of dysuria with yellow urethral discharge. Following a physical exam and a Gram stain of urethral discharge, what is the most appropriate treatment?.
July 2015

MKSAP Quiz: Evaluation for a skin eruption

A 47-year-old man is evaluated for a skin eruption. Approximately 2 weeks ago, his wife noted an erythematous macule on his back. Over the ensuing week, the site became progressively larger. He notes mild fatigue but no fevers. He recently returned
October 2016

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Also, test yourself with the MKSAP quiz on nutrition.
September 2009

MKSAP case study: menorrhagia

A MKSAP case study of menorrhagia marks the return of this popular feature to ACP Internist.
September 2008

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