Abdominal Pain Board Review Questions, Free CME Quiz – Earn AMA and ANCC Credits Free

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Abdominal Pain CME Quiz Board Review Questions - Med-Challenger CME Quick Quiz

Abdominal Pain Board Review Questions: Free CME QuizAbdominal Pain CME Quiz courtesy of Med-Challenger Online Medical EducationThis week’s Med-Challenger free CME quiz – Abdominal Pain – the quick quiz covers patient populations with abdominal pain at risk for serious disease, disposition decisions for patients with nonspecific abdominal pain, clinical presentation and radiographic findings in small bowel obstruction, and the diagnostic … Read More

Free Board Review Questions of the Week – Antiseizure Medication

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Free board review question of the week on seizures

This week’s free board review question…A 23-year-old woman presents to you after having experienced a seizure 2 hours ago, her second such seizure in 1 year. Her first seizure was followed by a comprehensive evaluation and no underlying etiology could be identified. As is standard practice after a single seizure with no known cause, she was not started on an … Read More

Free Board Review Questions of the Week – Constipation

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Free board review question of the week on Constipation

This week’s free board review question…A male neonate presents with vomiting, colic, and failure to pass stool. You order abdominal radiography. Figure 1 (left) is the supine view, and Figure 2 (right) is a contrast enema study. Figures 1 and 2. What is the diagnosis based on these radiographic findings? Answer Options bowel obstruction colitis ileus ascites And the answer … Read More