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Over the last four years, I’ve started a small collection of questions that I repeatedly gotten pimped on by various attendings from many different services. We at QuickHits decided to empower the med student by starting a weekly post with a number of high yield questions along with some you-know-it-or-you-don’t type questions that you can impress some attendings with.
We hope this allows our readers to continue to build a thorough knowledge base. Give a shot at this week’s volume of pimp notes.
See how many you get right. Leave some comments!:
- Most common elbow fracture in adults? In pediatrics?
- How much fluid is needed to see a pulmonary effusion on radiograph?
- Characteristics needed to diagnose appendicitis on abdominal ultrasound?
- What are the types of den’s fractures?
- What is a Segond fracture? What other injury is associated w/ Segond fractures?
- Pediatric patient presents at birth with cyanosis that is cyclical. When baby cries, his respiratory distress resolves. Dx?
- Four basic interventions to lower ICP?
- Diagnosis, complications, and basic management:
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