#584961 borderline - 05/09/11 14:33 1 I do not know (C is wrong for sure) 2A 3 I do not know (B is wrong for sure), may be E because the

doctor should be sure that his patient want to quite before giving him advices ?? who knows?? 4 D (selectin loose binding on endothelial cells.. See FA pathology section) 5 F (riketssia Rx tetracycline) 6E 7 B (horner syndrome) 8 B (avascular necrosis--medial femoral circumflex = memorisation) 9 C (why not anticholinergic?? cause vagus stimulate G cell by GRP= gastrin releasing petptide, not ACTh see FA gastroenterlogy section). 10 D spherocytosis. not pale centre in RBC+ unconjugated bilirubin 11 B (vinblastin+ vincristine + paclitaxel work on microtubules first two decreasepolymerisation , taxols does not let microtubules break down so the cell is fixed in metaphase I think :) ) 12 B 13 B (avoid eye contact = kind of autist but normal inteligence, asperger is kind of autism ) 14 F not sure( NNT = 1 / (Control Event Rate) - (Experimental Event Rate) --> 1/(0.023-0,013) 15 E 16 A 17 A 18 D (cigarette smokes in winter so i guess windows are close CO poisening) 19 A parietal cell destruction ---> intrinsic factor low ---> megaloblastic anemia. 20 A (not sure , D is wrong for sure) 21 A (klinfelter) 22 E 23 A (it"s an antagonist of acethylcholine uses in asthma) 24 E 25 A leuprilide continous stimulation of gonad lead to decrease secretion of sexe hormone (androgene is our cible in this case) 26 C 27 E (first see PH, is decreased means acidosis, she is hyperventilation means respiration started the compensatory process, after 2 days I think, the kidney will start also puting HCO3 in the blood and sectreting with the urine H+ .. NH4CL is a titrable acide means like a boat to put H+ in to send out of the body) 28 mystery question for me I could not even know the diagnosis (A is wrong) may be C just because intestine are involved :), no rational reason , please hepl to figure out the diagnosis. 29 C 2 isoenzyme means the work on the same familly of molecules . enzyme 1 is faster (300) than enzyme 2 (30) . why ? becasue the affinity of enzyme 1 is greater than enzyme 2. mmeans you need less amount of enzyme 1 then enzyme 2 (Km) 30 C 31 A 32 F (it is about apoptosis BCL2/Akt. you can google it but I am not sure)

out of the body) 28 mystery question for me I could not even know the diagnosis (A is wrong) may be C just because intestine are involved :), no rational reason , please hepl to figure out the diagnosis. 29 C 2 isoenzyme means the work on the same familly of molecules . enzyme 1 is faster (300) than enzyme 2 (30) . why ? becasue the affinity of enzyme 1 is greater than enzyme 2. mmeans you need less amount of enzyme 1 then enzyme 2 (Km) 30 C 31 A 32 F (it is about apoptosis BCL2/Akt. you can google it but I am not sure) 33 B almost sure (external validity means can you generate the result to all patients in this study the reaaly choose a very representative population with inssurance and without, different gendre different socioeconomic status. so you ac apply the result of the study on all type of patients). 34 B (infliximab is MAB for TNF) 35 C (I think in spontaneus pneumothorax you will not hear respiration at all and why will be wheezes?) 36 E (transpantation ---> CMV= virus = T lymphocytes) 37 A 38 may be D (C is wrong) 3 years 20 words: there is a prob here. MRI is expensive to start with I think :-) 39 A 40 D angiotensine converting enzyme is synthesises in the lung (I think the buzz word here is directly mediated may be...) 41 D 42 E (it is not about humerus or shoulder:so B or E she did not fall just grabbed hand and no edema) 43 D not sure ( portal hypertention ) 44 C (nitroglycerine dilate veins ans arteriol via NO) 45 C alzheimer 46 C 47 E (no change after desmopressin ) 48 F (weekness = motor, atrophy = lower MN . left =left decussation of pyramid al tract is in the medullae) 49 D (no mitosis no necrosis+ most common GYN tumor ) 50 F (steroid liposoluble acces to the cell and the nucleous). Those are my subjectifs suggestions. I would like to disscus any disagreement with you . All the best.

Report Abuse * Re:NMBE form 12 Section 1 . answers. #2392225 maryam2009 - 05/09/11 14:36 Thank you so much Report Abuse * Re:NMBE form 12 Section 1 . answers. #2392238 djt - 05/09/11 15:08 1 im thinking B "want to make sure that I understand your concerns about..."

maryam2009 - 05/09/11 14:36 Thank you so much Report Abuse * Re:NMBE form 12 Section 1 . answers. #2392238 djt - 05/09/11 15:08 1 im thinking B "want to make sure that I understand your concerns about..." 3 is E because I got it right 13 is A Asperger I think you miss typed B instead of A 20 A is correct 28 is C initiate a high fiber diet 38 is D Recommend further evaluation... Thanks Borderline ^^ Report Abuse * Re:NMBE form 12 Section 1 . answers. #2392242 usmle_guy - 05/09/11 15:11 1 is BB for sure Report Abuse * Re:NMBE form 12 Section 1 . answers. #2392244 usmle_guy - 05/09/11 15:12 change your nick from borderline to above borderline...coz u got so many correct...... Report Abuse * Re:NMBE form 12 Section 1 . answers. #2392264 borderline - 05/09/11 15:31 Hi Maryam your welcome @ djt .. thanks you for correcting me . yes I meant asperger for 13 . I tape it wrong sorry. so why 28 is C what this woman has ?? ulcerative collitis ?? and why ATB ? 1 .. the probleme in this question stem that the patient first come to physician to disscus transplantation so I assume that he is interested and he wants that (may be not very very exited about but considered it.) after that he told that he is unsure and after that he told that's it is ok for receiving it from a relative. so I can not figure out the exact patient position : he wants that damn kidney or not. after that the doctor initiative will be more clear. ooooops , I think you are right and this is the issue . the patient is saying yes and no in the same time so doctor need to be certain about what this patient exactley wants before advicing something to him. and it is an open question !! I think you are right and it is B . thanx djt.... Report Abuse * Re:NMBE form 12 Section 1 . answers. #2392266 borderline - 05/09/11 15:39

. are you ready ?? . answers. Report Abuse * Re:NMBE form 12 Section 1 . I get 231 one day before the exam.. but I am glad with it . #2392306 the_kingxp . I think you are right and this is the issue . I thouht that I was missing something in the stem question. Report Abuse * Re:NMBE form 12 Section 1 ...05/09/11 16:17 hi borderline thanks for posting the answers please can u send me nbme 12 . and it is an open question !! I think you are right and it is B .. I already pass the Step1 10 days ago .. #2392301 djt ... can you give your explaination why it is B ?? thank you . still waiting . now I need SP for step 2 . #2392266 borderline . #2392309 borderline . But whether it be bacterial or autoimmune Colitis.. the patient is saying yes and no in the same time so doctor need to be certain about what this patient exactley wants before advicing something to him.05/09/11 16:12 for 28 I was thinking bacterial colitis (salmonella) because of the IV antibiotic treatment but it could also be UC because of the LLQ pain.05/09/11 16:15 sorry i dont know the precise reason.05/09/11 15:39 usmle-guy..my exam in few days my email is zozolight2003@yahoo.somebody got correct putting that answer online.. answers. #2392303 usmle_guy . Report Abuse * Re:NMBE form 12 Section 1 .. Colitis responds well to high fiber diet and it's always advised to patients suffering from colitis. ooooops ..05/09/11 16:21 @ djt. you too do not know the diagnosis :). So you reassure me because .. answers. answers. thanx djt..com Report Abuse * Re:NMBE form 12 Section 1 . When are you sitting down for the exam?I'm sure you will slay it.. after that the doctor initiative will be more clear. so I do not think I will have more than that .. answers.that damn kidney or not.I am confused too. if it can reassure you i scored 221 one month before the exam.. Im borderline because of the personality not the score . ^^ @USMLE-guy I bet you will do great too ^^ Report Abuse * Re:NMBE form 12 Section 1 ....

. still waiting .* Re:NMBE form 12 Section 1 . answers. #2392353 the_kingxp . answers. #2392340 the_kingxp .. i tape it wrong again . answers. #2392360 borderline . there is a rule dealing with smoking issue ? did you get it write online? thanx^^ Report Abuse * Re:NMBE form 12 Section 1 . Im sorry I checked my wrong answers and 48 is wrong it is not F . Report Abuse * Re:NMBE form 12 Section 1 .05/09/11 18:05 Q 16 is B for sure Report Abuse * Re:NMBE form 12 Section 1 . I already pass the Step1 10 days ago .05/09/11 17:46 Hi kingxp. and i do not know what is the right answer. #2392347 borderline . I thouht that I was missing something in the stem question. #2392354 the_kingxp . can you explain please.05/09/11 16:21 @ djt. are you ready ?? :0) Report Abuse Guys . answers. you too do not know the diagnosis :). So you reassure me because .05/09/11 18:06 Hi borderline the same question can be found in BRS behavior Report Abuse * Re:NMBE form 12 Section 1 . #2392309 borderline . but I am glad with it . it is blood carring capacity (the same as anemia mecanism) .05/09/11 18:13 Yes Q 16 is B .. the woman is loosing blood it is abviously have nothing to do with alveolar PO2.05/09/11 17:32 Q 3 it is C for sure Report Abuse * Re:NMBE form 12 Section 1 . now I need SP for step 2 . answers. answers. so I do not think I will have more than that . Im sorry . I get 231 one day before the exam.

My NMBE scores are horrible and I have so little time left. #2392401 borderline . #2392366 the_kingxp . #2392374 the_kingxp . ^^ Report Abuse * Re:NMBE form 12 Section 1 . You will also ace step 2 for sure. Po2 and at stays normal. answers. anyway as I told its fiber because intestine is involved :) it is a pleasure to disscus with you ^^ @borderline. thanks Report Abuse .05/09/11 18:13 Yes Q 16 is B . but colitis too. you think that the loose of weight is the reason of hormonal disbalance (like in anorexia).. and I get it right. diverticulitis fits actually . #2394070 barbie13 .05/09/11 18:22 Q 22 I'm not sure but A seems more accurate Report Abuse * Re:NMBE form 12 Section 1 .. answers. Report Abuse * Re:NMBE form 12 Section 1 . ^^ I'm far from ready. i tape it wrong again . answers. well I was thinking that too when answering the questions but finally I choose ovarian failure because I considered that loosing 7 kg in one year periode is not enough to initiate amenorrea. answers. it is blood carring capacity (the same as anemia mecanism) the amount of blood is decresed ---> amount of O2 carried in this blood decreases. Need to review FA and take one (NBME) more.Hi borderline the same question can be found in BRS behavior Report Abuse * Re:NMBE form 12 Section 1 .05/09/11 18:31 Q 28 C for sure diverticulitis Report Abuse * Re:NMBE form 12 Section 1 . the woman is loosing blood it is abviously have nothing to do with alveolar PO2.congratulations ^^ and yet you are still here helping us. for the question 28 Yeh I agree with C But I am not sure about the diagnosis.05/12/11 15:44 Hi can anyone send me form 7 and 12 questions with keys on pinksam13@gmail.05/09/11 19:01 For the question 22 I understund your logic. answers.com. #2392360 borderline . ^^ Thanks for your help.

^^ Report Abuse * Re:NMBE form 12 Section 1 . answers.05/12/11 22:05 i need nbme 12 q &a please Report Abuse * Re:NMBE form 12 Section 1 . #2394163 step1an .. F is certainly wrong.htm Report Abuse * Re:NMBE form 12 Section 1 .. #2394070 barbie13 . Coz i got that wrong. the affinity of good workers is higer than bad workers (they love theire job that's why the do it faster ) But you need just 10 good workers to do exactlety the same job as thos 100 bad workers this is your Km (it is less bay 10 in good workers that in bad workers ). Report Abuse * Re:NMBE form 12 Section 1 . Km of the first enzyme is less them Km in the second enzyme (by 10 time) it is maths. not sure 3.05/12/11 15:44 Hi can anyone send me form 7 and 12 questions with keys on pinksam13@gmail.diverticulitis 29. #2394267 sarraaaljalily .... A 28. 43. i think i chose B.. thanks Report Abuse * Re:NMBE form 12 Section 1 . Answer should be G. #2396998 pankaj2011 ... answers.Can u reconfirm ur answer coz i got that right but i cant recall what i put there.. you have onother 100 bad worker who can build just 30 home in one year...05/12/11 22:39 @step1 an 29 is C for sure. answers. answers. answers. B. E 20. C . #2394286 borderline .. 48 F is false: it is lateral horn: lettre G we should recognise that it is a cervical section http://download.videohelp.com/vitualis/med/spinal_cord_2. you have a 100 good worker who can build 300 home in one year.(NBME) more.05/18/11 01:15   . D 48...com.05/12/11 18:05 1. :( Not sure. ^^ Thanks for your help.

htm Report Abuse * Re:NMBE form 12 Section 1 ..3%-1... I know that Paclitaxel stabalizes the microtubules so F cannot be answer either. This will give you -.29/100 which you can just say is . Report Abuse * Re:NMBE form 12 Section 1 . #2397009 spaceman83 .. #2411098 jdoc208 .48 F is false: it is lateral horn: lettre G we should recognise that it is a cervical section http://download. Therefore your ARR = . answers. not just NTD. BADAA 21. answers.. answers. so it's: Attributable risk= 2.06/10/11 18:23 14 F = They are asking any congenital anomaly. AAAEA   .06/11/11 20:06 1. Then you do NNT = 1/ARR which is 344. I just took the online version and it was my choice and its wrong. answers.29/100 to simplify.videohelp. argh..05/18/11 01:37 11 isn't B. answers.you take risk of NTD of folic acid and subtract it with trace elements. #2409458 sara84 . BBAFE 16. #2410664 calhad ..i was just looking for the answers to these Report Abuse * Re:NMBE form 12 Section 1 .not any colitis etc Report Abuse * Re:NMBE form 12 Section 1 . Report Abuse * Re:NMBE form 12 Section 1 .05/18/11 01:15 #14 is H... Looks like its either A or E Report Abuse * Re:NMBE form 12 Section 1 . #2397004 pankaj2011 .com/vitualis/med/spinal_cord_2. EBBCD 11. answers.05/18/11 02:21 thank you for posting this.29/100 (b/c its a percentage).06/08/11 12:08 28 C =its diverticulutis. #2396998 pankaj2011 .0% = 1% NNT = 1/1% = 100 Hey guys! 29 is not C. BAEDF 6.for sure. I put that answer down but it was wrong.

It doesn't recognize.. CECAC 31. Report Abuse * Re:NMBE form 12 Section 1 . answers. answers. fas ligand recognizes cells with MHC 1 and helps destroy it. EADAD 41.06/19/11 11:14 Why can't 26 be a.i tried looking for it online but couldn't find anything.06/12/11 20:27 @jkuo hey.06/19/11 11:17 q26 a 6-month-boy is diagnosed with respiratory syncytial virus infection. =/ thank you! Report Abuse * Re:NMBE form 12 Section 1 . AAAEA 26.06/11/11 20:06 1. Which of the following cell surface protein complexes is most likely involved in recognition and clearance of virus-infected cells in this patient? a fas ligand b interleukin-2 (IL-2) receptor c MHC I d TNF receptor . #2411098 jdoc208 . BAEDF 6. #2411139 jkuo . #2411534 tjohnson . answers. CEGDF Report Abuse * Re:NMBE form 12 Section 1 . BADAA 21.Report Abuse * Re:NMBE form 12 Section 1 . DEDCC 46.06/11/11 21:32 hey guys 22 is D) Mucocutaneous Lymph node syndrome (Kawasaki disease) Report Abuse * Re:NMBE form 12 Section 1 . MHC I is just there presenting it. Could you let me know me know. #2415657 sgamer1770 . A technicality but the NBME is like that. EBBCD 11. answers. AFBBC 36. why do you think it's ML node syndrome due to Kawasaki? Isn't kawasaki more of a children's disease with other manifestations? This patient is 26yo. it just presents. #2415660 sgamer1770 . BBAFE 16.. answers.

cannot be predicted based solely on the value of Vmax. Based on these numbers. Any thoughts. B) The Km for enzyme 1 and the Km for enzyme 2 will differ but cannot be quantified with the given data. answers. Report Abuse * Vinblastine #2415948 toastedbiscuits . C) The Kmax for enzyme 1 is one-tenth the Km enzyme 2 D) The Kmax for enzyme 1 is ten times greater than the Km for enzyme 2 E) They are the same I think they want us to realize that Km and Vmax are independent of each other.#2415660 sgamer1770 . answers.06/19/11 11:26 for q 29 An experiment is designed to study the differences between two tissuespecific isozymes of a particular enzyme. In other words. Vinblastine did not depolymerize stable sea urchin sperm tail outer doublet microtubules.06/19/11 23:01 From an old article The vinblastine binding activity of tubulin decayed upon aging. values for enzyme 1 and enzyme 2 is most accurate? A) The Km. nor did it bind to these microtubules. #2415663 sgamer1770 . which of the following conclusions about the K. #2415949 . The Vmax. and does not directly destroy preformed microtubules. However.06/19/11 11:17 q26 a 6-month-boy is diagnosed with respiratory syncytial virus infection. whereas the Vmax of enzyme 2 is 30 units of activity per minute per milligram of protein. That is why so many problems we get involve determining the effect of competitive and noncompetitive inhibitors./mol). of enzyme 1 is 300 units of activity per minute per milligram of protein. tubulin solubilized from the B subfiber of the outer doublet microtubules possessed the two high affinity binding sites (KA = 1-3 X 105 l. They affect an enzyme differently without effecting the other variable. but this property was not studied in detail. These data suggest that vinblastine destroys microtubules in cells primarily by inhibition of microtubule polymerization. it stops dynamic assembly and disassembly (from G-actin to F-actin) so 11 is A Report Abuse * Re:NMBE form 12 Section 1 .. Which of the following cell surface protein complexes is most likely involved in recognition and clearance of virus-infected cells in this patient? a fas ligand b interleukin-2 (IL-2) receptor c MHC I d TNF receptor Report Abuse * Re:NMBE form 12 Section 1 .

the heartburn means she's probably losing blood and this is the reason for the anemia lost of hg doesn't have a direct affect on most PO2 measurements as they only account for 3% of the total O2 .like it's easy to decant and fill a shot glass it's the fact that she has less carrying capacity . #2415949 toastedbiscuits . also nk action is not restricted to MHC I cells so it has to have another mechanism to recognize bad cells so since the question asks about clearance . that renin comes from the jga right? good grief . i should not be having these questions .exam is tomorrow. Like your teapot has shrunken to the size coffee mug instead of the normal size of a med study coffee pot. These data suggest that vinblastine destroys microtubules in cells primarily by inhibition of microtubule polymerization.but spend the day napping and going to an awesome korean restaurant :) ./mol). answers. E? The woman's hypertension is directly mediated by a vasoconstrictor that emerges from what so this means what secretes it? right renal vein renin activity is 176 . #2415953 toastedbiscuits . answers. In other words.X 105 l. Report Abuse * Re:NMBE form 12 Section 1 .super duper high. and does not directly destroy preformed microtubules.06/19/11 23:19 26 I'm going with A Fas Ligand It's the thing that induces apoptosis whereas MHC is a negative regulator.i went with fas Report Abuse q 40 is renin.If cd8/NK sees MHC I it will recognize it as a friendly and let the cell go [inhibitory signal]. it stops dynamic assembly and disassembly (from G-actin to F-actin) so 11 is A Report Abuse * Re:NMBE form 12 Section 1 .06/19/11 23:08 I think 16 is B Alveolar Po2 is going to be the same as she is doesn't have any respiration problems.where most of her O2 is store.

answers. answers. #2416615 sgamer1770 .06/29/11 17:51 can any one send me offline nbme or tell me frm where i can down load it. answers.06/26/11 00:53 ** Report Abuse * Re:NMBE form 12 Section 1 . pulmonary vasculature has ACE enzyme that makes AGII Report Abuse * Re:NMBE form 12 Section 1 . i should not be having these questions .06/19/11 23:33 42 E is called nursemaid's elbow :) Report Abuse * Re:NMBE form 12 Section 1 .super duper high.com Report Abuse * Re:NMBE form 12 Section 1 . Report Abuse * Re:NMBE form 12 Section 1 . #2421396 jeezubal .06/21/11 08:33 I took the test. that renin comes from the jga right? good grief . Report Abuse * Re:NMBE form 12 Section 1 . answers. It also marked the original vinblastine answer correct.exam is tomorrow.but spend the day napping and going to an awesome korean restaurant :) Report Abuse * Re:NMBE form 12 Section 1 . #2415960 toastedbiscuits . #2421543 reeya . #2419619 maryam2009 .06/29/11 13:28 11 B is correct actin is used in making microfilaments. answers. answers. #2431874 . #2416944 sgamer1770 . it marked MHC I as correct.my id is meerup12@yahoo. tubulin is polymerized to microtubles.06/21/11 20:31 no 40 is d. answers.The woman's hypertension is directly mediated by a vasoconstrictor that emerges from what so this means what secretes it? right renal vein renin activity is 176 .

answers.Km for enzyme 1 is 10 times greater than enzyme 2.* Re:NMBE form 12 Section 1 ..08/25/11 00:44 #29 The relationship b/w Km and Vmax is = Km = [S] @ 1/2 Vmax.07/16/11 22:06 16 is B. #2431874 overcomer11 . #2421543 reeya .gov/pmc/articles/PMC2676854/ Report Abuse * Re:NMBE form 12 Section 1 . shreysaad82@yahoo.my id is meerup12@yahoo. my exam is coming up soon. #2434246 helpwithstep1 ... answers.07/20/11 14:44 @borderline. answers.07/20/11 14:37 @ borderline 22 answer is a coz sleep disturbances compounded wid decreased food intake and depression may cause gnrh pulse release pattern to change and if this pulses etc change. #2456894 chiqui23 .com Regarding #26 --> AA Fas-ligand (FasL) is a major immune effector molecule that can contribute to the clearance of respiratory viruses. I googled it.06/29/11 17:51 can any one send me offline nbme or tell me frm where i can down load it. answers.DD .nlm. #2434238 liaison4fun . here's the link http://www. could you plz send me the nbme 12 as well ..nih.it suppresses menstruation. so the answer Enzyme 1 => Km = [S] @ 1/2 (300) ~ 150 Enzyme 2 => Km = [S] @ 1/2 (30) ~ 15 I think should be . thanks in advance . Report Abuse . And found an abstract to a research paper. Report Abuse * Re:NMBE form 12 Section 1 .. Report Abuse * Re:NMBE form 12 Section 1 .com Report Abuse * Re:NMBE form 12 Section 1 .. answers.ncbi. In anemia there is normal PO2 and normal O2 saturation but reduced arterial O2 carrying capacity.

DD . my exam is coming up soon. Report Abuse * Re:NMBE form 12 Section 1 .3-C (got them right online) Report Abuse . AAAEA 26. so the answer Enzyme 1 => Km = [S] @ 1/2 (300) ~ 150 Enzyme 2 => Km = [S] @ 1/2 (30) ~ 15 I think should be .) Report Abuse * Re:NMBE form 12 Section 1 .com Report Abuse * Re:NMBE form 12 Section 1 .09/13/11 10:01 DEAR borderline.com Report Abuse * Re:NMBE form 12 Section 1 .could you please send me NBME 12 if you have 11 either mcq. could you plz send me the nbme 11. #2481364 asalyase . monicaszczsn@yahoo.#29 The relationship b/w Km and Vmax is = Km = [S] @ 1/2 Vmax. BAEDF 6. #2472175 luckysharp . CEGDF correction 2-D.Km for enzyme 1 is 10 times greater than enzyme 2. EADAD 41. My email is : asalyase@yahoo. answers. answers.09/24/11 21:06 1. thanks in advance !!!!!!! my email adress:creek168@gmail. could someone plz email me NBME 12 q and ans too plz. CECAC 31. BBAFE 16. #2481304 montre .com Thanks in advance .09/22/11 00:28 Borderline. BADAA 21. answers. EBBCD 11. AFBBC 36.09/22/11 03:15 Hi.. answers. Thanks in advance.. DEDCC 46. #2483555 docsmily . 12 as well .

I answered C and it's wrong) 23 C Hypertensive retinopathy 24 E Renal cell CA 25 C Phrenic nerve 26 E Partial agonism 27 D? Reassortment of hemagglutinin? or E? (F is wrong) 28 E Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy 29 E Rubella (THORCH) 30 B Indinavir? 31 C Mebendazole (swimmers itch caused by non-human schistosoma) 32 ? (E is wrong) 33? (B is wrong) 34 D Placement of external defibrillators.04/10/12 22:27 #2639249 E Normal renal architecture (tubular re-epithelization after ATN) 2 B E-cadherin 3 A Bromocriptin (increase Dopamine=Prolactin inhibitor) 4 E Serum TG will decrease (increase in HPL) 5 A Blockade of leukotriene receptor 6 C 4 prevalent cases in Dec. Plantar flexion 4/5. 31 7 E UDP glucuronosyltransferase deficiency 8 E Leptin 9 C? hypertrophic cardiomyopathy leading to pulmunary stenosis? 10 C malrotation (tip Chest x-ray + abrupt onset of pain) 11? B is wrong 12 B Heart failure (classic CHF) 13 D Norepinephrine 14 B "I see some bruising. Present pain distal fibula. AFBBC EADAD DEDCC CEGDF Report Abuse correction 2-D..." 15 D Improved cellular responsiveness to insulin 16 D Failure of urogenital folds to fuse 17 C Nonseminoma neoplasm 18 C Lysosome(lysosomal disease) 19 E Myopathy and hepatotoxicity 20 F Renal agenesis 21? C is wrong (maybe A?) 22 A Early diastole (diastole is when coronary artery flow is maximum.3-C (got them right online) * Re:nbme 12 needed pl with explanations asap!   munira1980 . 41. 36.31. Dorsiflextion 0/5...(can see fastest result) 35 D Subjects with no evidence of colonic polyposis 36 E increase in Hgb F conc. Achilles reflex 1+ . 37 B Fc receptor 38 C Oligodentdrocytes (MS) 39 C Regeneration of muscle fibers (showing fiber grouping) 40 B Absent pain proximal fibula. 46.

11. 37 B Fc receptor 38 C Oligodentdrocytes (MS) 39 C Regeneration of muscle fibers (showing fiber grouping) 40 B Absent pain proximal fibula. Decreased Mean 45 D Stool assay for toxin (C. Dorsiflextion 0/5. Present pain distal fibula.. C 48 F wearing a helmet 49 B Chlamydia trachomatis (silver nitrate didn't prevent..05/10/11 13:31 thanks usmle_guy. Thanks ^^ Report Abuse * Re:NBME form 12 section 2 answers #2392716 usmle_guy ...i think A is correct 40 is CCC 43 Is CC formation of disulfide Report Abuse * Re:NBME form 12 section 2 answers #2392734 djt ..( not 100 sure though) Do you have another suggestion? 9 Oh the patient is pregnant.not sure 32 E urolithiasis( 100% sure) 33 A budding.C.... 34 yes I'm sure. Achilles reflex 1+ 41 A (cuneate. antismoking campaign would take too long to see .gain of function 27....(can see fastest result) 35 D Subjects with no evidence of colonic polyposis 36 E increase in Hgb F conc.reassortment of hemaglutining 30 B..I think Indinavir too.^^ 4 E I think that's what I answered and got right.05/10/11 12:23 are you sure 4 is E??? 9 should be F..so stupid of me to miss that ^^ F is correct ^^ 32 I answered D urolithiasis but it is marked wrong..for sure 34 .. Plantar flexion 4/5. deficile) 46 A Autosomal dominant with variable expressivity 47 D Vit. Unchanged Mode.32 ? (E is wrong) 33? (B is wrong) 34 D Placement of external defibrillators.normal physiological. gracile and Trigeminal Nerve location) 42 D Type IV(delayed) 43 ? maybe A (B is wrong) 44 C Decrease in Median. intracytoplasmic inclusions) 50 C Multiple myeloma (osteolytic bone lesions and rouleaux formation Corrections and answers to my unsure ones would be appreciated ^^ Borderline please help me out with this and please post the section 3 anwers..are u sure????? is it DDD.

05/10/11 14:31 usmle_guy . 34 yes I'm sure. Don't know what I was thinking there. She wanted results in 1-2 years time.. I'm predicting a +10 of your NBME score on the real exam ^^ Report Abuse * Re:NBME form 12 section 2 answers #2392765 djt ... C 21.* Re:NBME form 12 section 2 answers #2392734 djt .15 days to go. let's just stick to our study plan. antismoking campaign would take too long to see results.. 11.I have heard about Immuno thing. Let them do that.yeah... Your NBME scores are quite solid if you ask me......^^ 4 E I think that's what I answered and got right. DK.05/10/11 14:17 I am moving... There is no time to panic.If they are planning to screw us.approx. B 32..so stupid of me to miss that ^^ F is correct ^^ 32 I answered D urolithiasis but it is marked wrong. should be A... metabolic acidosis leading to compensatory dec.05/10/11 14:02 4..05/10/11 14:34 Thank you doc_study for you contribution ^^ GBU ^^ Do you have answers for section 3? . A 34. in pCo2. Not now ^^ You will do great.( not 100 sure though) Do you have another suggestion? 9 Oh the patient is pregnant. ^^ Thank you usmle_guy ^^ how's your prep going? did you hear questions having more weight on Microbio and Gen Principles after May 17? Report Abuse * Re:NBME form 12 section 2 answers #2392748 doc_study .. D 30.. A 27.05/10/11 13:31 thanks usmle_guy. 40 is C I agree with you. D Report Abuse * Re:NBME form 12 section 2 answers #2392759 usmle_guy . D 43.can't do PhD in Immuno either. A 33. Report Abuse * Re:NBME form 12 section 2 answers #2392762 djt ..I can't do anything for that.

Ill post the question on here: In a patient with chronic peripheral neuropathy.05/17/11 22:54 Hey #39 is wrong. Which of the following is most likely cause of this finding? a) altered expression of muscle enzyme due to damaged nerve fibers b) altered trophic substance from the innervating neurons c) regeneration of muscle fibers (WRONG ANSWER) d) reinnervation of muscle fibers by regenerating axons e) selective loss of nerve fibers to type II muscle fibers Report Abuse * Re:NBME form 12 section 2 answers #2396928 pankaj2011 . enzyme histochemical staining of a muscle biopsy shows fiber grouping. Which of the following is most likely cause of this finding? a) altered expression of muscle enzyme due to damaged nerve fibers b) altered trophic substance from the innervating neurons . Your NBME scores are quite solid if you ask me. post the questions i will try to answer. enzyme histochemical staining of a muscle biopsy shows fiber grouping. I'm predicting a +10 of your NBME score on the real exam ^^ Report Abuse * Re:NBME form 12 section 2 answers #2392765 djt . Thank you! Report Abuse * Re:NBME form 12 section 2 answers #2398282 marc923 . Ill post the question on here: In a patient with chronic peripheral neuropathy.panic. Not now ^^ You will do great. I also put C and it came out as wrong. I also put C and it came out as wrong.05/10/11 14:45 i dont have the answers. I have no clue what that is.05/19/11 19:03 10 is C .05/10/11 14:34 Thank you doc_study for you contribution ^^ GBU ^^ Do you have answers for section 3? Report Abuse * Re:NBME form 12 section 2 answers #2392769 doc_study . not B Hey #39 is wrong. Report Abuse * Re:NBME form 12 section 2 answers #2396916 pankaj2011 .05/17/11 23:10 Also can somebody please explain #10 for me? Its the one with the 2 abdominal x-rays and according to the orginal poster its C.

...normally type I and Type II arrange like Checkerboard" pattern of type I (Light) and II (Dark) fibers..10 is C ..but in type grouping Type I and type II muscle fibers are clustered in large groups (Type I together and Type II together ). Chronic peripheral neuropathies bring myopatholgical changes in respective muscle groups that lost or regain innervation (secondary to the chronic peripheral neuropathies )... please any one know the answe #2398633 yeabiruh . Report Abuse * Re:NBME form 12 section 2 answers #2401430 coquette_xlr . Usually this happens by having a nearby nerve grow a new axon that will gradually take over the deinnervated tissue.... -Type grouping signifies clustering of muscle fibres of the same metabolic type... -What is type grouping...number 39. the key word is knowing what TYPE GROUPING IS ... Ill post the question on here: In a patient with chronic peripheral neuropathy.. -The most common changes in dennervation are atrophic fibres and fibre groups. -Reinnervation occurs spontaneously in most cases... enzyme histochemical staining of a muscle biopsy shows fiber grouping.. and is a frequent finding in reinnervated muscles....05/24/11 20:19   ...... I also put C and it came out as wrong..And know reinnervation causes it......   hence choice D is the most likely answer. not B Hey #39 is wrong.05/20/11 05:10 Hi there . -Hence histopatholgical changes of chronic peripheral neuropathies include both of the ABOVE. Reinnervation takes place in the chronic neuropathies...type grouping is a feature of reinnervation ....remember muscle has type I and II fibers (A 5 dollar word for cell).. Which of the following is most likely cause of this finding? a) altered expression of muscle enzyme due to damaged nerve fibers b) altered trophic substance from the innervating neurons c) regeneration of muscle fibers (WRONG ANSWER) d) reinnervation of muscle fibers by regenerating axons e) selective loss of nerve fibers to type II muscle fibers Report Abuse * Re:NBME form 12 section 2 answers #2401418 coquette_xlr .....05/24/11 19:48 Re:NBME12....

. The type 2 fibres then take on the histochemical properties of type 1 fibres. the key word is knowing what TYPE GROUPING IS ..And know reinnervation causes it.06/06/11 13:37 for 38. the histochemical characteristics of the latter become those of type 1 fibres. This could be explained in either of two ways: (1) the neurones innervating type 2 muscle fibres are more susceptible to degeneration and when this occurs the denervated muscle fibres are re-innervated by collateral sprouts from nerve fibres previously innervating type 1 fibres... which is in accordance with the demonstration2−4 that when a nerve previously serving a muscle containing predominantly type 1 fibres is transplanted into a muscle containing predominantly type 2 fibres..06/08/11 14:56 Q 35 TALKS ABT CASES AND CONTROL... Comparing exposure status in cases and control confounds the analysis. The   ..06/08/11 15:00 Q 39 IN patients suffering from diseases of the lower motor neurone.05/24/11 20:19 What is the Dx in Q 41? im so lost in that one!!! help Report Abuse * Re:NBME form 12 section 2 answers #2408246 jdoc208 .   hence choice D is the most likely answer..the deinnervated tissue.... they are studying association b/w familial polyposis and colorectal cancer I think answer should be C (NOT D) 'coz FAMILIAL POLYPOSIS IS THE RISK FACTOR AND we dont include risk factor in controls. Report Abuse * Re:NBME form 12 section 2 answers #2401430 coquette_xlr . Report Abuse * Re:NBME form 12 section 2 answers #2409573 sara84 ...infact we are trying to find an association of disease with risk factor in case control study. grouping of muscle fibres of histochemical type 1 associated with a raised functional terminal innervation ratio has been demonstrated. you meant "38 D Oligodentdrocytes (MS)" not C Report Abuse * Re:NBME form 12 section 2 answers #2409553 sara84 .06/08/11 14:15 31 is ancylostoma ( cutaneous larva migrans) Report Abuse * Re:NBME form 12 section 2 answers #2409571 sara84 ......

whether from axons of neurones previously serving muscle fibres of type 1 or 2.grouping of muscle fibres of histochemical type 1 associated with a raised functional terminal innervation ratio has been demonstrated. Thus the frequency of stimulation of the re-innervated muscle fibres would be substantially reduced.06/11/11 18:56 .06/08/11 19:22 just an fyi to everyone. the histochemical characteristics of the latter become those of type 1 fibres. EDEEB 31. CBDBD 16. CEEFC 11. ADDCD 46. but it may be dependent on the frequency of passage of impulses along the nerve fibres5. This could be explained in either of two ways: (1) the neurones innervating type 2 muscle fibres are more susceptible to degeneration and when this occurs the denervated muscle fibres are re-innervated by collateral sprouts from nerve fibres previously innervating type 1 fibres. CAADD 36. in our experience (with human muscle) they are rarely predominantly type 2. In these circumstances the type 2 muscle fibres. may be insufficiently mature to enable them to conduct every impulse reaching them from the parent axon. ADFBC Report Abuse * Re:NBME form 12 section 2 answers #2411068 jdoc208 . which is in accordance with the demonstration2−4 that when a nerve previously serving a muscle containing predominantly type 1 fibres is transplanted into a muscle containing predominantly type 2 fibres. EBCDC 41. where atrophic muscle fibres are present in primary disease of the lower motor neurone. a higher frequency favouring development of type 2 characteristics. of course. The mechanism by which this change comes about is uncertain. The type 2 fibres then take on the histochemical properties of type 1 fibres. EBAAA 6. here are my answers: 1. however. Original type 1 fibres re-innervated in this way would. Further. whether re-innervated by sprouts from axons previously serving type 1 or 2 fibres. would assume type 1 characteristics. DCCEF 21. AACEC 26. retain their original histochemical characteristics irrespective of the type of muscle fibre previously—and still—innervated by the parent axon of the re-innervating sprou Report Abuse * Re:NBME form 12 section 2 answers #2409577 sara84 .06/08/11 15:06 39 D Report Abuse * Re:NBME form 12 section 2 answers #2409708 jdoc208 . that all the denervated fibres became re-innervated before they had time to atrophy. The evidence against this explanation lies in the absence in most of our cases with type 1 grouping of any atrophic type 2 fibres. (2) The re-innervating terminal sprouts. It is possible.

CEEFC 11. DCCEF 21.com Thank you!! Report Abuse * Re:NBME form 12 section 2 answers #2412679 reddy704 .. EDEEB 31.06/19/11 12:11 . EBCDC 41.06/14/11 09:53 Does anyone have nbme12 section 4 answers.06/14/11 20:34 43 c I got it right Report Abuse * Re:NBME form 12 section 2 answers #2415679 sgamer1770 .06/19/11 12:07 How come 21 is not c? URI leading spreading to bronchitis? Report Abuse * Re:NBME form 12 section 2 answers #2415680 sgamer1770 .. CAADD 36.. EDEEB 31.06/11/11 20:09 pretty sure it's D Report Abuse * Re:NBME form 12 section 2 answers #2412322 sr21722 . ADDCD 46. EBAAA 6..???? Report Abuse * Re:NBME form 12 section 2 answers #2411100 jdoc208 .. ADFBC Report Abuse * Re:NBME form 12 section 2 answers #2411068 jdoc208 . AACEC 26. CAADD 36.. CBDBD 16.21. ADDCD 46. ADFBC Hey jdoc.. EBDDC 41.06/11/11 18:56 1. the links that are posted online have been blocked. please send to usmle300@gmail.are u sure 35 is D. AACEC 26.

[21] We review these various associations as they pertain to the development and exacerbation of asthma.06/19/11 12:40 for 40? A 35-year-old woman is brought to the emergency department after she sustains a fracture of the neck of the fibula of her right leg.Dorsiflexion.[5.11.17] and virusinduced interferon responses. in children and adults with established asthma. from medscape http://www. [3. [11. Of these respiratory pathogens. interest has focused on Chlamydophila and Mycoplasma as possible contributors to both acute exacerbations and the severity of chronic asthma. Respiratory tract infections caused by viruses.[18–20] modify the risk of virus-induced wheezing. particular viruses associated with infantile wheezing have been theorized to lead to the inception of the asthmatic phenotype.06/19/11 12:07 How come 21 is not c? URI leading spreading to bronchitis? Report Abuse * Re:NBME form 12 section 2 answers #2415680 sgamer1770 . viruses have been shown to be epidemiologically associated with asthma in several ways.12] Second.medscape.Plantar Flexion -Achilles Reflex A Absent ------------absent 4/5 1/5 1+ B Absent ------------present 015 4/5 1 + C Present ------------absent 1/5 4/5 2+ D Present -----------absent 5/5 0/5 absent E Present ------------present 4/5 4/5 2+ Report Abuse * Re:NBME form 12 section 2 answers #2415697 . colonization of the upper airways in infancy with common bacterial pathogens has been demonstrated to increase the risk of subsequent asthma.7] Finally.com/viewarticle/717071 Respiratory infections are associated with wheezing illnesses at all ages and may also impact the development and severity of asthma.[1–3] Chlamydophila [4–7] or Mycoplasma [5. Report Abuse * Re:NBME form 12 section 2 answers #2415695 sgamer1770 .06/19/11 12:11 21 is a. children who experience severe viral respiratory infections in early life are more likely to have asthma later in childhood.13] Furthermore. First. Which of the following findings is most likely on examination of the affected leg? Pain Over ---------Pain Over Proximal Fibula -Distal Fibula.8–10] have been hypothesized to have significant roles in the pathogenesis of asthma.[14–16] Several host factors.* Re:NBME form 12 section 2 answers #2415679 sgamer1770 . For infections with other microbes. such as allergic sensitization[14. viral upper respiratory tract infections (URIs) play a key role in producing acute exacerbations that may lead to healthcare utilization. She was struck by a car while crossing the street.

absent pain distally because the nerve has been cut. It is not alanine that is replaced by serine.org/content/31/2/578. Serine having a hydroxyl group (like threonine and tyrosine) is one of the commonly phosphorylated residues (remember serine/threonine kinases and tyrosine kinase?) or O-glycosylated residues. but rather serine has been replaced by alanine.06/19/11 12:41 i also think it is c.05/13/11 01:26 1E 2 C (almost sure) any other suggestions ? 3A 4E http://cid.09/24/11 21:39 9. Mycoplasma pneumoniae and Chlamydophila pneumoniae) are intracellular bugs--> need t lymphocyte to extermine the infection) 5E 6B .04/10/12 22:28 #2639250 NBME 12 section 3 answers.short another hint (chlamydophila = Legionella pneumophila.06/26/11 00:52 ** Report Abuse * Re:NBME form 12 section 2 answers #2483563 mat9775 . Report Abuse * Re:nbme 12 needed pl with explanations asap!   munira1980 .oxfordjournals.C Present ------------absent 1/5 4/5 2+ D Present -----------absent 5/5 0/5 absent E Present ------------present 4/5 4/5 2+ Report Abuse * Re:NBME form 12 section 2 answers #2415697 sgamer1770 . any comments? Report Abuse * Re:NBME form 12 section 2 answers #2419618 maryam2009 . #585674 borderline .S3 is increase in pregnant women is normal response not S2 43 D Read the question carefully.

Mycoplasma pneumoniae and Chlamydophila pneumoniae) are intracellular bugs--> need t lymphocyte to extermine the infection) 5E 6B 7B 8C 9D 10 C 11 B 12 A (two choises can be reasonable inner cell of the cochlea C or the A. PPV .:-)) 28 E (it is gout but can someone tell me why this story happend after the cholecystectomy ??) 29 F (almost sure any suggestions ) 30 B b-thalassemia is an imcoplete globine chain that work inappropraitely.. specificity.) 19 C 20 D 21 D 22 E 23 E 24 D 25 B 26 C 27 C (mneumonic Musculocutaneous= muscle= show me your biceps.short another hint (chlamydophila = Legionella pneumophila. Odd ratio and RR and attribuate risk . if you chage G by A at position 246 ..oxfordjournals. learn how to draw 2 by 2 table and you will get all question about sensitivity ... but if she has sensorineural hearing loss. I think those cell are most commonlt in ealderly to be damged so it is useless to innervate them by the implant) 13 E 14 B 15 A 16 C (you will get those question in the exam garantee. Do you have another suggestion what the diagnosis might be ?) 38 D 39 B 40 A 41 A 42 C .. it is just unfair to loose those questions) 17 A (i get this question wrong i marked dependent I get so upset that i choose bordeline as my pseudo to never forget) 18 C how does not know the blue magical pill.. the RNA will have an stop codon dna ATT--> RNA UAA (U are away = stop codon thanx FA for mneumonic) 31 B (can someone please explain the concept of having hypersplenisme in alcoholics ?? because of portal hypertention ?) 32 A 33 D 34 D 35 C 36 C 37 D (I think he has MI complicated by cardiogenic choc left heart failure so the Pul oedema.org/content/31/2/578. NPV .1E 2 C (almost sure) any other suggestions ? 3A 4E http://cid.

Could you explain why #9 is D (mitochondria). #2397814 sssdewi . If you have another choise please let me know and we will discuss that so we all will learn from our mistakes . .05/19/11 01:41 @ Borderline. #2396974 pankaj2011 . For number 28. :) Report Abuse * Re:NBME 12 section 3 answers. the reason the answer is gout after occuring postcholycysectomy is b/c people have to usually restrict their fluid intake before a surgery and that will lead to a concentrated uric acid level in the blood (esp since he has the 2 year history of gout).05/18/11 00:19 Hey borderline. Report Abuse * Re:NBME 12 section 3 answers. Do you have another suggestion what the diagnosis might be ?) 38 D 39 B 40 A 41 A 42 C 43 A 44 B 45 B 46 A 47 A 48 D 49 D 50 A Again that are my suggestions. Thank you . Report Abuse * Re:NBME 12 section 3 answers.34 D 35 C 36 C 37 D (I think he has MI complicated by cardiogenic choc left heart failure so the Pul oedema. Remember that large meals and alcohol consumption can precipitate gout attacks as well. Thanks for posting the answers. #2394441 maryam2009 . I am kinda lost with that question.05/13/11 08:30 Hi Borderline I appriciate your effort and kindness .

.05/19/11 06:10 Question No. generally MS patients had congnitif decline and depression so.blood (esp since he has the 2 year history of gout). Thymus aplasia + hypothyroidism in Digeorge syndrome.. Please help me explain for No. Remember that large meals and alcohol consumption can precipitate gout attacks as well. Thanks for posting the answers.. goljan said in RR that aspirin is a mitochondrial (uncoupling) poison there is even a schema where he shows where it acting . Why the answer is C???? Explanation please. 26 (why choose opioid.)??? And also for No. 30. Report Abuse * Re:NBME 12 section 3 answers.. 30). Thanks for posting answers.. why you will have this in pulmonary embolism. #2398588 borderline . Report Abuse * Re:NBME 12 section 3 answers.05/20/11 01:43 For the question 9 . #2397814 sssdewi . 42 I think is A (Congenital hypothyroidism). Report Abuse * Re:NBME 12 section 3 answers..05/20/11 01:59 @ sssdewi for 26 : nothing other feets actually ARS and pneumenia (lung are clear to auscultation) respiration rate is very low (8). #2398594 borderline . I thing suicide attemps feets better .medscape. #2397858 sssdewi .. (I can't find any clue to get answer in No. you will have a shunt and hypoxia but why the respiration rate will decresed if any thing I guess it will increased because of the hypoxia (not sure) upper airway obstruction you will hear minimal or no respoiration sure but it will be different hearing between the right and the left lung cause of this obstuction.05/19/11 01:41 @ Borderline. Seizure I think it is because of ATP depletion (I think the same mecanisme of melas syndrome http://emedicine.com/article/946864-overview) thanx for the explanation of 28 pankaj Report Abuse * Re:NBME 12 section 3 answers..

.. I just makes a mistake when tapping . so it has to be the correct answer... #2399527 usmleny ... I chose D respectively . :) Report Abuse * Re:NBME 12 section 3 answers..... in this forum. #2399538 borderline . thank you so much.... nothing groundbreaking on my part. I thing suicide attemps feets better .. my contribution.. . generally MS patients had congnitif decline and depression so..05/21/11 14:38 your welcome guys. albeit. Report Abuse * Re:NBME 12 section 3 answers. why you will have this in pulmonary embolism..05/21/11 14:19 Borderline.. I did not get #43 wrong otherwise it would have been in the 49 q's i missed ...nothing other feets actually ARS and pneumenia (lung are clear to auscultation) respiration rate is very low (8). Report Abuse * Re:NBME 12 section 3 answers...i really appreciate your help. its kinda an easy question so im certain u jus had a typo.. for 30 do the change then transcript this DNA to mRNA and you will find out a stop codon (in thalassemia that what makes the globin not functional its translation is not completed) for 42 youre right it is di georgi and it is A........ neways ive used the help from several pepl....... electron microscopic :) Report Abuse * Re:NBME 12 section 3 answers. you will have a shunt and hypoxia but why the respiration rate will decresed if any thing I guess it will increased because of the hypoxia (not sure) upper airway obstruction you will hear minimal or no respoiration sure but it will be different hearing between the right and the left lung cause of this obstuction. borderline. a gold standart. correction 43 D #2399524 monoo18 .........05/21/11 13:57 Hi I normally just lurk and dont have much to add cuz im not that good of a student.. drona maryam.. i took the mock yesterday online and they give u the questions that u got wrong .... microscopic in significance :) ... #2399540 borderline ... so I m very sorry for that . but i saw that answer 42 in the list is not correct. sorry .. your microscopical contribution is like diagnostic test in minimal change disease ..05/21/11 14:37 @monoo18 you`re right the 42 question is wrong if you read the disscucion after the post I mentioned that it was di-gorgi and i make a fault typing .

:) Report Abuse * Re:NBME 12 section 3 answers. alcohol (est. 30%) and idiopathic (of unknown cause . 40%). I am somehat confused since your answers do not correspond with the questions. Report Abuse . Report Abuse * Re:NBME 12 section 3 answers... #2409643 sara84 .the remaining 30%).. or simply damaged over time by excessively loud noises. hair cells are often fewer in number and damaged.06/08/11 17:01 2E In developed countries.05/31/11 12:28 Greetings borderline. a gold standart. is Reye's syndrome. Could you email the questions plus answers to brainwl2000@yahoo. #2399540 borderline . #2405039 maroon .06/08/11 17:28 9. your microscopical contribution is like diagnostic test in minimal change disease . Is this NBME 12 Block 3 questions and answers because they do not correspond.06/08/11 17:15 In individuals with sensorineural hearing loss. Hair cells may also be destroyed chemically by an ototoxic medication. #2409650 sara84 . 43 should be D can somebody clarify plzz Report Abuse * Re:NBME 12 section 3 answers. so I m very sorry for that . Hair cell loss or absence may be caused by a genetic mutation or an illness such as meningitis. the most common causes of chronic pancreatitis are gallstones (est.. #2409653 ethanfrome .com Report Abuse * Re:NBME 12 section 3 answers.05/21/11 14:38 your welcome guys.. This allows the brain to interpret the frequency of sound as it would if the hair cells of the basilar membrane were functioning properly 12B B Report Abuse * Re:NBME 12 section 3 answers. The cochlear implant bypasses the hair cells and stimulates the cochlear nerves directly using electrical impulses.. Did you take the standard or extended time period during examination of the NBME Form 12 Block 3.@monoo18 you`re right the 42 question is wrong if you read the disscucion after the post I mentioned that it was di-gorgi and i make a fault typing .

06/08/11 18:09 30 B*** RIGHT ANSWER Report Abuse * Re:NBME 12 section 3 answers..hair cells of the basilar membrane were functioning properly 12B B Report Abuse * Re:NBME 12 section 3 answers.[15] Report Abuse * Re:NBME 12 section 3 answers.. Before a final diagnosis can be made.06/08/11 18:23 42 A DIGEORGE Report Abuse * Re:NBME 12 section 3 answers.MI LEADING TO PAPILLARY MUSCLE RUPTURE AND MR sara84 . #2409677 sara84 .. #2409683 sara84 .06/08/11 17:28 9. and some people experience a brief period of high energy following these episodes which looks like a manic episode. There can also be a number of other mood symptoms or perceptual disturbances which mimic primary psychiatric disorders. hyperphagia. Report Abuse * Re:NBME 12 section 3 answers.. is Reye's syndrome.. #2409673 sara84 . #2409686 sara84 .06/08/11 18:03 30 D TAA IS STOP CODON Report Abuse * Re:NBME 12 section 3 answers. The periods of somnolence.. #2409653 ethanfrome .06/08/11 17:43 Kleine-Levin_syndrome 22B People with KLS are often mistakenly diagnosed with a psychiatric disorder.06/08/11 18:29 43 D.06/08/11 18:31 .. and withdrawal can mimic severe depression. all other possibilities must be carefully excluded. #2409661 sara84 . Narcolepsy and Klüver-Bucy syndrome can also produce similar symptom profiles... so that some patients are incorrectly diagnosed with bipolar disorder.. and the cluster of symptoms must fit with those commonly observed in KLS patients.

. CACCD 21.06/08/11 18:29 43 D. CCEFB 31. it primarily occurs in patients with a prior myocardial infarction (MI) but also may be seen with acute ischemia. #2409689 sara84 . N LINKED GLYCOSYLATION OCCURS IN RER WHY IS A & B OUTSIDE CELL??? Report Abuse * Re:NBME 12 section 3 answers..06/08/11 19:25 the big circle is the mitochondria.06/08/11 19:26 also..MI LEADING TO PAPILLARY MUSCLE RUPTURE AND MR sara84 .. Report Abuse * Re:NBME 12 section 3 answers. #2409686 sara84 . #2409711 sara84 .sara84 .06/08/11 18:31 Ischemic mitral regurgitation (MR) is a complication of coronary heart disease. MR may become more severe with or without superimposed ischemia. BADDC 36. #2409710 jdoc208 . a setting in which the MR typically resolves after the ischemia resolves. CDDBA 41.. DEEDB 26. In the setting of an MI. ECAEE 6. in such patients. Report Abuse * Re:NBME 12 section 3 answers...06/08/11 18:23 42 A DIGEORGE Report Abuse * Re:NBME 12 section 3 answers.. here are my answers for the whole block: 1. AADDA Report Abuse * Re:NBME 12 section 3 answers. #2409709 jdoc208 . the MR is usually due to infarction with permanent damage to the papillary muscle or adjacent myocardium..06/08/11 18:39 I THINK 50 IS C. AADBB 46.06/08/11 19:37   . glycosylation occurs at the ER. not the cell. BBCDC 11.. BAEBA 16... A and B are at the ER (in the cytoplasm).

The periods of somnolence. CCEFB 31.06/10/11 18:10 I choose E in question 2 and it's wrong. all other possibilities must be carefully excluded.06/08/11 19:38 Kleine-Levin_syndrome 22B People with KLS are often mistakenly diagnosed with a psychiatric disorder. Report Abuse * Re:NBME 12 section 3 answers. #2411856 gem351 . CDDBA 41. This allows the brain to interpret the frequency of sound as it would if the hair cells of the basilar membrane were functioning properly 12B B Report Abuse * Re:NBME 12 section 3 answers.06/08/11 19:37 In individuals with sensorineural hearing loss. so that some patients are incorrectly diagnosed with bipolar disorder. AADBB 46. Report Abuse * Re:NBME 12 section 3 answers. hyperphagia. Report Abuse * Re:NBME 12 section 3 answers. and the cluster of symptoms must fit with those commonly observed in KLS patients. or simply damaged over time by excessively loud noises. #2409712 sara84 . #2410661 calhad .06/10/11 17:46 I choose B in question 22 and it's wrong. DEEDB 26. Before a final diagnosis can be made.21. Hair cells may also be destroyed chemically by an ototoxic medication. AADDA Report Abuse * Re:NBME 12 section 3 answers. BADDC 36. The cochlear implant bypasses the hair cells and stimulates the cochlear nerves directly using electrical impulses. There can also be a number of other mood symptoms or perceptual disturbances which mimic primary psychiatric disorders. Hair cell loss or absence may be caused by a genetic mutation or an illness such as meningitis. and withdrawal can mimic severe depression.06/13/11 15:04 . and some people experience a brief period of high energy following these episodes which looks like a manic episode. #2409711 sara84 . #2410649 calhad . Narcolepsy and Klüver-Bucy syndrome can also produce similar symptom profiles. hair cells are often fewer in number and damaged.

Also a quick "dumb" question .?? is the kid just trying to play hooky. #2415824 sgamer1770 . Physical examination is normal.* Re:NBME 12 section 3 answers.hmmmmm Report Abuse * Re:NBME 12 section 3 answers. place.the order of the questions in the megaupload link match the answers posted above right? I would truly appreciate you sending the two things above to supersonic9@gmail.06/13/11 15:25 Hello Maryam/jdoc/borderline or anyone else.. keeps on going to the home page 2) NBME 11 Block 1 Questions . Thank you! 2-ans is c 42-ans is A 43 ans is D Report Abuse * Re:NBME 12 section 3 answers...I tried the link (http:// www. and person D) School history E) Suicidal ideation or attempts could it be d.com My exam is coming up in days and I really want to prepare as well as I can.06/10/11 18:10 I choose E in question 2 and it's wrong. I used the "megaupload" link for the questions but I am still missing: 1) NBME 12 Block 4 Answers . it is most critical for the physician to obtain information about which of the following? A) Developmental history B) Family history of affective disorders C) Orientation to time.06/19/11 17:58 22.. #2410661 calhad .php) but its not working. Report Abuse * Re:NBME 12 section 3 answers. Vague symptoms.usmleforum. Thank you very much for your great help for NBME 11 and 12. His mother says that during the same time he has withdrawn from everyone and sleeps constantly. During further history-taking.These were not included in the zipped file. any help appreciated! Report Abuse * Re:NBME 12 section 3 answers.com/files/forum/2011/1/584709.. He describes his symptoms vaguely. A 14-year-old boy is brought to the physician’s office because of decreased appetite and abdominal pain over the past 3 weeks.6 BP and decrease gluconeogenesis: so decreased Pyruvate kinase and PEP carboxykinase.. #2411872 macb555 . #2411856 gem351 . .06/13/11 15:04 how is question 21 D? I thought you increase glycolysis so increased F-2.

.. Vague symptoms..hmmmmm Report Abuse * Re:NBME 12 section 3 answers.A) Developmental history B) Family history of affective disorders C) Orientation to time. He has a 2-year history of intermittent pain in his right great toe. and blood pressure is 130170 mm Hg. what is explaining the distal heart murmur? A 55-year-old man develops fever 3 days after undergoing a cholecystectomy. #2416364 indianjesus . its just linking the two together. #2415832 sgamer1770 . "distant heart sounds" are a buzz-word for pericardial effusion. pulse is 1 10/mm.06/20/11 03:49 quick one #18 i think is wrong note the difference between attain . There is swelling and redness of the right first metatarsophalangeal joint... that's for sure.06/20/11 19:14 for number 28 this is pretty weak but i remember from our lectures that there are metabolic causes for pericarditis/pericardial effusion.. place.vs maintain you have to have pns to attain salendafil-phosphodiesterase inhibitor to maintain :) Report Abuse * Re:NBME 12 section 3 answers.06/19/11 18:19 In 28 the gout question... He was in for surgery (anesthesia or something) reduced renal clearance of uric acid resulting in pericarditis -> decreased CO -> backup of fluid into his lungs.. His temperature is 38. #2416030 toastedbiscuits .?? is the kid just trying to play hooky. and person D) School history E) Suicidal ideation or attempts could it be d. He is 183 cm (6 ft) tall and weighs 159 kg (350 Ib). and a gouty flare up. . The heart sounds are distant Abdominal examination shows a healing incision that is not inflamed. Bilateral crackles and wheezing are heard on auscultation of the chest.3°C (101 F). BMI 1s48 kg/rn2. Which of the following is the most likely cause of the joint findings? A) Calcium pyrophosphate crystals B) Staphylococcus aureus infection C) Streptococcus pyogeries (group A) infection D) Synovial vasculitis E) Urate crystals Report Abuse * Re:NBME 12 section 3 answers.

06/21/11 21:49 if 43 were rupture. #2416379 dr. My email kchall78@yahoo...com hi maryam..taurus . Thanks. He was in for surgery (anesthesia or something) reduced renal clearance of uric acid resulting in pericarditis -> decreased CO -> backup of fluid into his lungs. . #2419617 maryam2009 .this is pretty weak but i remember from our lectures that there are metabolic causes for pericarditis/pericardial effusion..06/26/11 00:52 ** Report Abuse * Re:NBME 12 section 3 answers. #2416975 leodudepal .. that's for sure.. honestly if you look through 1st aid or Goljan you're not going to find the metabolic basis for pericarditis.06/26/11 14:07 Hi Borderline Can you please email the nbme form 11 and 12? I need them for practice. #2419794 freestep . #2419693 fazl . its just linking the two together. and a gouty flare up.06/26/11 09:51 goes away b/c it ischemia and the cardiac stunning muscle functional again as ischeamia goes Report Abuse * Re:NBME 12 section 3 answers. how ? Report Abuse * Re:NBME 12 section 3 answers. "distant heart sounds" are a buzz-word for pericardial effusion.i checked uptodate and educus and there's a linkage between uremia and pericarditis but this may be one of those questions that I sacrifice for the greater good =) Report Abuse * Re:NBME 12 section 3 answers. it was something i learned from lecture.06/20/11 19:43 where can i get NBME 12 forms?i mean offline? Report Abuse * Re:NBME 12 section 3 answers. can u please explain q # 21. then how does the murmur go away? Report Abuse * Re:NBME 12 section 3 answers.

.[All codons will be in multiples of 3.. #2434712 jagadish .06/26/11 14:07 Hi Borderline Can you please email the nbme form 11 and 12? I need them for practice..10/29/11 18:43 For q 30 answer is B as leading to formation of stop codon In the online exam I chose C and it was wrong Report Abuse * Re:NBME 12 section 3 answers.244+245+246=2nd codon.09/03/11 03:16 For Question 30.my email isibedria@yahoo. Report Abuse * Re:NBME 12 section 3 answers.. My email kchall78@yahoo. #2513237 mmusmle . how ? Report Abuse * Re:NBME 12 section 3 answers..... can u please explain q # 21. Thanks. thank you very much as usual. .hence shorter Proteins and hence Thalassemia.com.09/03/11 09:43 hi border?! how u been.please can u send me the nbme 12 questions ? the one i have it could not be open.11/14/11 07:13 please who can give me an explanation for number 41---really thought i was doing well but then i just discovered this was the block that pulled my scores low----i got a 460--corresponding to a 212----my exm is on the 27th o December---wiill appreciate your comments Report Abuse * Re:NBME 12 section 3 answers.may be Poly A tail and hence premature termination of Transcription....the Base 'g' belongs to the codon AGg which will now become AGA and it doesnt belong to the next codon and therefore it will not lead to ATT Formation. Report Abuse * Re:NBME 12 section 3 answers. #2523562 champion99 ...hence the answer has to to domething with AAAA sequence that came in Option c.07/21/11 05:23 maryan and borderline thanks a lot.#2419794 freestep .thank you Report Abuse * Re:NBME 12 section 3 answers.. #2463523 drnash ..com hi maryam.hence in the starting of line count from the number 241+242+243=1 codon[till previous line 240 bases means 80 codons completed]... #2463599 doitnow .

BADAA 21. AFBBC 36.GL NBME 12 answers --------------------------------------NBME 12 answers by jdoc208 -------------------------------------section 1 1. CDDBA 41. CEGDF --------------------------------------------section 2 1. #2523562 champion99 . ECAEE 6. EBAAA 6. DEDCC 46.. EADAD 41.. EBBCD 11.11/14/11 07:13 please who can give me an explanation for number 41---really thought i was doing well but then i just discovered this was the block that pulled my scores low----i got a 460--corresponding to a 212----my exm is on the 27th o December---wiill appreciate your comments Report Abuse * Re:NBME 12 section 3 answers. can you pls post them . #2523609 syndrome111 . CBDBD 16. AAAEA 26. CACCD 21. ADDCD 46. or anyone who has nbme 12 answers pls post here . BADDC 36. EBDDC 41. EDEEB 31. BAEDF 6.. ADFBC ------------------------------------------section 3 1. AADDA . CEEFC 11. BBCDC 11. AACEC 26. DEEDB 26.. CECAC 31.11/14/11 09:59 hello borderline. ur efforts appreciated . BBAFE 16. CAADD 36. AADBB 46. BAEBA 16. do you have answers for other blocks of NBME 12? if so . CCEFB 31.* Re:NBME 12 section 3 answers. DCCEF 21.

CADAB 26. AADDA ----------------------------------------section 4 1. CDDBA 41. AAEDE 6. DDCAF correction 26. CECBC 36. CADAC 41. BDECB 11.C . AADBB 46. DDDDB 46. BADDC 36. DADCC 16. CCEFB 31. CDADC 31. ECAEE 6.D 29.1. BBCDC 11. ACBEE 21. BAEBA 16. DEEDB 26. CACCD 21.

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