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The correct answer to this question is E, Vascular malformation, which are the congenital vascular anomalies. There are various types of vascular malformations, including venous malformation, which is an anomalie of only the viens, venolymphatic malformations, which is of both the veins and...Read More

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The correct answer to this question is C. T4, known as thyroxine, is carried by TBG, which stands for thyroxine-binding gloubin. TBG is what binds thyroid hormones in circulation. It is also a transport protein, which carries T4 into the bloodstream. T4 is partially composed of...Read More

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The correct answer to this question is C, direct cytotoxicity. This looks at any harm to the cells grown in the prescense of the object located in the same medium of liquid, which have no barriers. The opposite of this would be indirect cytotoxicity. Cytotoxicity is a quality of being toxic to...Read More

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The correct answer to this question is A, Alveolar Hyaline Membrane. This is a pattern, which appears in lung disease. Alveolar Hyaline Membranes can be found in various illnesses such as ARDS, which is acute respiratory distress syndrome, and TRALI, which stands for transfusion related acute...Read More

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The correct answer to this question is A. Tretinoin is a prescription drug that is derived from vitamin A, and it is used to treat acne and damage to the skin. Improvements that patients experience include less acne, fewer fine lines, and less discoloration of the skin. Tretinoin replac...Read More

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The correct answer to the question above is option C
Orlistat is the drug that is most likely to cause steatorrhea and changes in the lipid serum studies of the patient mentioned above. Orlistat is a drug that is used to treat obesity; it works by inhibiting fat absorption in the di...
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The answer to this question is E. The main goal of the different medications and treatments that the patient is going through is to increase the T lymphocyte. This is a subtype of the white blood cell. The T-cell is in charge of hunting down the cells that should not be present in the system....Read More

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The answer to this is A. it might seem a bit extreme but with the given signs such as the lack of other symptoms and normal urinalysis, A seems to be the most likely option. It should be noted that the person has smoked cigarettes for a long period of time so this may be one of the culprits...Read More

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The answer to this is letter E. What is Cytochrome 450? This is a type of enzyme that is responsible for metabolizing the different toxic compounds that may enter the body. This will be in charge of removing drugs that are not needed as well as other toxins that may be causing harm to the...Read More

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