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* nbme 4 section 1 q35
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  vera - 12/22/11 21:47
 
  A previously healthy 10-year-old boy is brought to the physician because of a rash over his arms and legs for 7 days. His blood pressure is 150/98 mm Hg. Examination shows a yellow, crusted, excoriated rash over the upper and lower extremities. The remainder of the examination shows no abnormalities. Urinalysis shows 3+ protein, 30–50 RBC/hpf, and 5–10 WBC/hpf. Which of the following is the most likely diagnosis?

A
) Acute glomerulonephritis

B
) Henoch-Schönlein purpura

C
) Lupus nephritis

D
) Nephrolithiasis

E
) Renal neoplasm

F
) Urinary tract infection
 
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* Re:nbme 4 section 1 q35
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  raheem - 12/22/11 21:55
 
  AA  
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* Re:nbme 4 section 1 q35
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  vera - 12/22/11 21:57
 
  why does he have a rash?  
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* Re:nbme 4 section 1 q35
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  raheem - 12/22/11 22:00
 
  PRIMARY CAUSE.. .EMPTIGO  
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* Re:nbme 4 section 1 q35
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  danayu69 - 12/22/11 22:12
 
  agreed A, yellow crusted rash= impetigo  
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* Re:nbme 4 section 1 q35
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  sonia29 - 12/22/11 23:55
 
  yes aa)impetigo and poststreptococcal gn which cause nefritic sy Rbc cast,proteinuria,hypertenison  
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