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Diabetes Mellitus CME quiz

Diabetes Mellitus CME Questions: Free CME Quiz

Diabetes CME Quiz courtesy of Med-Challenger Online Medical Education

This week's Med-Challenger's free CME quiz - Diabetes Mellitus - the quick quiz covers diagnosis and management of diabetes mellitus, screening for diabetes mellitus, treatment of pre-diabetes, manifestations of diabetic arthropathy, and screening procedures for long-term complications of diabetes mellitus.

A free sample Diabetes Mellitus CME question included below.  The full diabetes CME quiz is free online for a limited time.  You can earn AMA CME credit - and now you can earn ANCC contact hours as well!  Play now.  

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Here's this week's sample CME board review question on diabetes mellitus...

An 18-year-old woman with a 10-year history of type 1 diabetes mellitus (T1DM) presents for a routine physical examination. She is compliant with her medications and, thus far, has had no evidence of any diabetic complication.

Blood pressure at the time of examination shows a reading of 126/70 mm Hg. All investigations are within normal limits and there is no evidence of retinopathy.


Which of the following is the best step in her overall medical management to screen for and prevent the development of diabetic nephropathy?

Answer Options:

Measure urea and creatinine levels on an every six basis.

Screen for microalbuminuria with a urine dipstick test yearly.

An annual spot urine albumin-to-creatinine ratio.

Renal ultrasound every three years.

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Every free board review "Question of the Week" is just a sampling of a larger set of free board review questions featured in Med-Challenger's latest CME Quick Quiz.

Our insanely popular CME Quick Quiz provides FREE board review questions and the opportunity to earn free CME credits every week.  It's a fun way to stay up-t0-date and see how your knowledge ranks with peers.  All you need is a free online Med-Challenger account.  Most recent 5 quizzes are available.  Sign up now.

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