USA - Differential Diagnosis - Random Questions

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Question 1

Question
Select the components of the common pain referral pattern for Typical Angina.
Answer
  • Substernal Pain
  • L Shoulder Pain
  • Pain along the inside of the left arm in the C8 and T1 distribution
  • Face/Jaw/Teeth Pain
  • B Shoulder Pain
  • Posterior Thorax Pain
  • Pain down both Arms

Question 2

Question
Select the common locations of pain in Atypical Angina.
Answer
  • Face/Jaw/Teeth
  • One or Both Shoulders
  • Posterior Thorax
  • Down One or Both Arms
  • Substernal Region
  • L Hand
  • Throat
  • Liver

Question 3

Question
Which of the following would help you differentiate Typical Angina from Atypical Angina?
Answer
  • Exertional (or stressful) Onset
  • Pain lasts one to ten minutes
  • Non-Exertional Onset
  • May occur at rest, especially early morning
  • Pain lasts longer than 2-hrs
  • Pain lasts for only 2-seconds

Question 4

Question
Which of the following is the complete list of characteristics for Unstable Angina?
Answer
  • Inc. Frequency, Earlier Onset, Spreading or Radiating, Higher Doses of Nitroglycerin Needed, Longer Time to Relief
  • Inc. Frequency, Spreading or Radiating, Higher Doses of Nitroglycerin Needed, Longer Time to Relief, More Intense Pain
  • Inc. Frequency, Earlier Onset, Spreading or Radiating, Longer Time to Relief, More Intense Pain
  • Inc. Frequency, Earlier Onset, Spreading or Radiating, Higher Doses of Nitroglycerin Needed, Intermittent Pain in Random Locations

Question 5

Question
If you suspect leg pain of vascular origin, which pulses should be taken?
Answer
  • Femoral a.
  • Popliteal a.
  • Posterior Tibial a.
  • Dorsalis Pedis a.
  • Inferior Epigastric a.
  • Sural a.
  • Anterior Tibial a.