USMLE-Rx Step 2 Practice Q's

USMLE-Rx Step 2 Qmax Challenge #21237

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USMLE-Rx Step 2 Qmax Challenge #21237A 10-year-old boy with newly diagnosed acute lymphoid leukemia requires placement of a permanent intravenous access device.

Which of the following sets of laboratory values will allow the boy to undergo the procedure safely?

A. A
B. B
C. C
D. D
E. E

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USMLE-Rx Step 2 Qmax Challenge #21202

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USMLE-Rx Step 2 Qmax Challenge #21202A 32-year-old man with trisomy 21 presents with fatigue and swollen, bleeding gums for the past 5 days. He lives in a group home, and was formerly employed in a factory manufacturing hair products. He has smoked 1 pack of cigarettes per day for the past 15 years. He denies use of alcohol or illicit drugs. Physical examination reveals pallor, diffuse petechiae, oozing oral mucosa, and splenomegaly. Bone marrow aspirate reveals the type of cell shown in the image.

Which of the following risk factors contributed most to the development of the patient’s condition?

A. Age <40 years
B. Down’s syndrome (trisomy 21)
C. Exposure to Epstein-Barr virus in his home
D. History of smoking
E. Prior lead exposure

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USMLE-Rx Step 2 Qmax Challenge #21169

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USMLE-Rx Step 2 Qmax Challenge #21169Five full-term infants are enrolled in a study in which their total bilirubin level is measured daily for the first week of life and then weekly for the next 21 days. The chart lists total serum bilirubin (in milligrams per deciliter) for each infant for the duration of the study.

Which of the following infants has physiologic jaundice?

A. Infant A
B. Infant B
C. Infant C
D. Infant D
E. Infant E

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USMLE-Rx Step 2 Qmax Challenge #21159

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USMLE-Rx Step 2 Qmax Challenge #21159A 2100-g (4.6-lb) boy was born at 32 weeks’ gestation by spontaneous vaginal delivery after an uncomplicated pregnancy to a Group B Streptococcus-negative, 22-year-old G2P1 woman. The amniotic fluid was clear. He began crying immediately after he was born. His Apgar scores were 9 and 10 at 1 and 5 minutes, respectively. Within 30 minutes of birth he was in respiratory distress, with tachypnea, nasal flaring, and subcostal retractions, and rhonchi throughout both lung fields. He was given supplemental oxygen but his condition deteriorated. He was intubated and given 100% oxygen. He did not receive surfactant. Despite this therapy he became increasingly cyanotic and died 2 days later. Below is a microscopic image of his lung tissue at autopsy.

Which of the following conditions most likely caused his death?

A. Bronchopulmonary dysplasia
B. Neonatal respiratory distress syndrome
C. Pneumonia
D. Pulmonary hemorrhage
E. Transient tachypnea of the newborn

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USMLE-Rx Step 2 Qmax Challenge #21106

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USMLE-Rx Step 2 Qmax Challenge #21106A 24-year-old woman presents to her primary care physician with a chief complaint of 1 week of increased vaginal discharge with an unpleasant odor. She is sexually active with one partner and uses oral contraception for birth control. A pregnancy test is negative. Gynecologic examination reveals a pink cervix and a thin white discharge. The discharge has a positive amine “whiff” test and a pH of 6. Wet saline mount microscopy yields the following image.

What is the etiology of this condition?

A. Facultative intracellular bacteria infection
B. Fungal infection
C. Parasitic infection
D. Polymicrobial synergistic infection
E. Viral infection

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USMLE-Rx Step 2 Qmax Challenge #21022

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USMLE-Rx Step 2 Qmax Challenge #21022A 2.5-year-old girl was diagnosed with a viral upper respiratory infection last week and now presents to her physician with a brassy cough and purulent airway secretions. Her parents believed that she may have croup and attempted mist therapy without success. The patient has been febrile to 39.0°C (102.2°F) for the past 24 hours and has had difficulty breathing during the past hour. Her review of systems is otherwise negative, and the mother denies that the patient has had any drooling or difficulty/pain when swallowing. Her heart rate is 92/min, blood pressure is 92/60 mm Hg, respiratory rate is 21/min, and temperature is 38.9°C (102°F). A Gram stain of secretions obtained in the office is shown in the image.

What organism is most likely responsible for this patient’s condition?

A. Anaerobic organisms
B. Moraxella catarrhalis
C. Nontypeable Haemophilus influenzae
D. Pseudomonas aeruginosa
E. Staphylococcus aureus

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USMLERx Step 2 Qmax Challenge #21610

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USMLERx Step 2 Qmax Challenge #21610A 75-year-old man presents to his family physician with a 3-day history of joint pain. The patient has had various “aches and pains” in his joints over the years, but in the past 3 days he has noticed that his first metatarsophalangeal (MTP) joint in his left foot has become very painful. He describes the pain as a dull, constant ache, 7 of 10 in severity. He denies any recent trauma or exposure to infectious agents. The remainder of his musculoskeletal examination is normal, with full range of motion and no focal tenderness in any of his other joints. The first MTP in the left foot is warm, erythematous, and extremely tender to touch. Synovial fluid is clear with no WBCs or RBCs, and a Gram stain is negative. Results of bone biopsy are shown in the image.

Which of the following is the most likely diagnosis?

A. Acute gout
B. Osteoarthritis
C. Rheumatoid arthritis
D. Septic arthritis
E. Systemic lupus erythematosus

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