Free Board Review Questions of the Week – Pediatric Dermatological Disorders

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Free board review question of the week pediatric dermatological disorders

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This week’s case-based question:


A 18-year-old male soccer player with type 1 diabetes mellitus presents to you with fever and severe pain in his leg.

His vital signs are as follows: pulse 176 beats/minute, respiratory rate 27 breaths/minute, and blood pressure 110/50 mm Hg.

His lower leg is exquisitely tender on examination. The figure reveals the other following findings observed during your examination of the boy.
Findings on NV examination are normal.

Which of the following is true regarding the suspected diagnosis?

Answer Options

Patients usually have pain, tenderness out of proportion, and fever.
Delayed diagnosis is associated with a milder course of disease.
The infection is usually caused by a single organism.
Patients typically have no other comorbid conditions.
Most patients have no obvious portal of entry of infection.

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