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* CMS internal medicine from 1 Q Please help!!
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  ysh2409 - 11/12/18 17:09
 
 
For each patient with jaundice, select the most likely diagnosis.

A) Acute hepatitis
B) a1-Antitrypsin deficiency
C) Biliary atresia
D) Cholangiocarcinoma
E) Choledocholithiasis
F) Gi I bert syndrome
G) Glucose 6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency
H) Liver abscess
I) Peptic ulcer disease

1. Two days after undergoing surgical repair of a torn anterior cruciate ligament, a 24-year-old man develops jaundice. He has not had fever, nausea, vomiting, or abdominal pain.
Examination shows no abnormalities except for mild scleral icterus. Laboratory studies show:

Hemoglobin 16 g/dL
Serum 3.5 mg/dL
Bili rubin, total 4.2 mg/dL
Direct 3.6
Alkaline phosphatase 120
AST 350
ALT 280
Lactate dehydrogenase 410
 
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* Re:CMS internal medicine from 1 Q Please help!!
#3374809
  cardio69 - 11/12/18 18:45
 
  :) post Q next door... 4u.  
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* Re:CMS internal medicine from 1 Q Please help!!
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  captan - 11/19/18 13:22
 
  F) Gi I bert syndrome  
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* Re:CMS internal medicine from 1 Q Please help!!
#3375124
  pmate - 11/19/18 17:40
 
 

F) Gilbert syndrome
 
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