Question A 61-year-old man presented for evaluation of increasing abdominal pain of eight months’ duration. Basophilic stippling was evident on a blood smear. What is the most likely diagnosis? Acute myelogenous leukemia Chronic lead poisoning Beta-thallasemia Megaloblastic anemia Sickle cell anemia
Question A 52-year-old woman from southern Tunisia presented with a 2-year history of an asymptomatic, thick, reddish plaque on her right ear.The appearance of this Tunisian woman’s ear is most consistent with which one of the following infectious diseases? Leprosy Leishmaniasis Syphilis Tuberculosis
Question A 25-year-old man with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection who was receiving highly active antiretroviral therapy presented with a 1-week history of diplopia and headache. This patient was trying to look right when the image was taken. What is the diagnosis?
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Question An 88-year-old man with long-standing obstructive lung disease was admitted to the intensive care unit with pneumonia and acute respiratory failure requiring mechanical ventilation. He was noted to have a symmetric, scaly, sunburn-like, hyperpigmented rash extending from his hands to a clearly demarcated