A 52-year-old man is brought to the emergency department for evaluation of fever, chills, and malaise. Cardiac examination reveals a new holosystolic heart murmur that radiates toward the axilla. Blood cultures are obtained and he undergoes transesophageal echocardiography. The ultrasound probe is placed in
A 26-year-old female is admitted to hospital with palpitations. ECG shows a shortened PR interval and wide QRS complexes associated with a slurred upstroke seen in lead II. What is the definitive management of this condition? A.Accessory pathway ablation B.Lifelong aspirin C.AV node ablation
Correct Answer : Squamous Cell Carcinoma of lip
80years old male admitted with hip injury what is your spot diagnosis ? Correct answer : Whitish linear structures are calcified Cysticerci. resembles a bullet-ridden body.