18 Mar 2014
March 18, 2014

Question of the Day – March 18

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The correct response to Monday’s question is A, adaptation.

Today’s question is from the Part III Exam.

What is the most likely diagnosis for a 62-year-old male with right hip pain whose blood tests reveal elevated serum alkaline phosphatase and his radiographs demonstrate a mottled increase in bone density of the proximal femur?

A.  metastatic carcinoma

B.  Paget disease

C.  rheumatoid arthritis

D.  osteogenic sarcoma

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