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Episode Info: Ten Mixed NCCPA Content Blueprint Multiple Choice Questions Welcome to episode 61 of the FREE Audio PANCE and PANRE Physician Assistant Board Review Podcast. Join me as I cover ten PANCE and PANRE Board review questions from the SMARTYPANCE course content following the NCCPA content blueprint (download the FREE cheat sheet). This week we will be covering ten general board review questions based on the NCCPA PANCE and PANRE Content Blueprint.  Below you will find an interactive exam to complement the podcast. I hope you enjoy this free audio component to the examination portion of this site. The full board review includes over 2,000 interactive board review questions and is available to all members of the PANCE and PANRE Academy and SMARTYPANCE which are now bundled together into one very low price. You can download and listen to past FREE episodes here, on iTunes, on Google Play Music or Stitcher Radio. You can listen to the latest episode, take an interactive quiz and download your results below. Listen Carefully Then Take The Practice Exam If you can’t see the audio player click here to listen to the full episode. Episode 5 – General PANCE/PANRE Podcast Quiz The following 10 questions are linked to NCCPA Content Blueprint lessons from the SMARTYPANCE and PANRE Board review website. If you are a member you will be able to log in and view this interactive video content. 1. An 18-year-old male presents with pain in his wrist after he fell off of a moving motorcycle. Physical examination reveals tenderness in the anatomic snuffbox. No fracture is noted on plain radiography of the wrist. Which of the following is the recommended treatment for this patient? A. An ace wrap of the wrist B. Closed reduction of the fracture site C. Thumb spica cast application D. Open reduction of the fracture site Click here to see the answer Answer: C. Thumb spica cast application Even with normal initial radiographs, patients with a consistent history and tenderness in the anatomical snuffbox are treated as a stable fracture with immobilization in a thumb spica cast. Casting is recommended for all presumed nondisplaced scaphoid fractures. Scaphoid fractures covered in fractures and dislocation of the forearm, wrist, and hand and are part of the NCCPA Endocrinology Musculoskeletal Blueprint (10%) 2. A solitary pulmonary nodule is found on a pre-employment screening chest x-ray in a 34-year-old non-smoking male. There are no old chest x-rays to compare. Which of the following is the most appropriate next step in the evaluation? A. CT scan of the chest B. Needle biopsy of the lesion C. Positron emission tomography of the chest D. Fiberoptic bronchoscopy Solitary pulmonary nodules are covered as part of the NCCPA PANCE Blueprint Pulmonary (12%) Content Blueprint (12%) Click here to see the answer Answer: A. CT scan of the chest In the absence of old x-rays in a nonsmoking individual less than 35 years old, CT scan of the chest is the next step in th...
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