Kaplan USMLE Step 3 prep: Woman with rash, weight loss, fatigue
The case: A 52-year-old woman has a rash on her face, back, arms and hands. After starting high-dose steroids, what is the next step?
Kaplan USMLE Step 3: Which medication caused HIV+ man’s symptoms?
After 10 days in the hospital, an HIV-positive patient’s serum bicarbonate and potassium level drop while chloride increases. Which medication caused this?
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Kaplan USMLE Step 3 prep: Newborn looks yellow. What to do next?
Prep with help from Kaplan Medical. The case: A 30-hour-old newborn appears slightly yellow has a bilirubin level of 18 mg/dL. What is the next step in management?
Kaplan USMLE Step 2 prep: 6 months of diarrhea, malaise, cramps
Prep with help from Kaplan Medical. The 22-year-old man also has had recurrent fever. What is the most likely diagnosis?
Kaplan USMLE Step 3: Which defense mechanism led to man’s career?
A 32-year-old man loved playing with fire as a kid and now works in the pyrotechnics industry. Which psychological defense mechanism explains his response?
Prep for USMLE with 2018’s most popular stumpers
Throughout the year, we offered a look at some of the most frequently missed USMLE test-prep questions. Discover our best-read stumpers for Steps 1, 2 and 3.
Kaplan USMLE Step 2 prep: Woman has abdominal pain, gross ascites
Prep with help from Kaplan Medical. The case: Over two-month period, 50-year-old woman develops abdominal pain and gross ascites. What’s her diagnosis?
Kaplan USMLE Step 1 prep: Man has increased urination frequency
Prep with help from Kaplan Medical. The 45-year-old man with a BMI of 45 is urinating 15 times daily. Which blood lab finding in serum is likeliest?