McGraw-Hill Specialty Board Review Pain Medicine
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1000 Q&As provide the preparation you need to ace the pain medicine board exams and anesthesiology recertification!
"The book is meant for all physicians who are practicing interventional pain medicine. It is certainly a very helpful book for any pain fellow getting ready for board examinations....There are other pain review books available...but none as useful as this book is in preparing readers for the pain boards. 3 Stars."--Doody's Review Service
McGraw-Hill Specialty Board Review: Pain Medicine is the perfect way to prepare for the American Board of Anesthesiology exam as well as exams given by the American Board of Pain Medicine and the American Academy of Pain Medicine. It's also great for recertification! You'll find everything you need in one comprehensive review . . . questions, answers, explanations, practice tests, and references.
Here's why this book is the ultimate anesthesiology board review tool:
- 1000 questions and answers with detailed explanations for correct and incorrect answers
- The number of questions per topic reflects the make-up of the actual exam -- so you know you're putting the most amount of study time into what's most important
- Answers are referenced to major pain medicine texts
- Questions duplicate the style and format of the ABA exam
anticonvulsant medications local anesthetics 51. Arrange the visceral structures—hollow viscera, solid viscera, serosal membranes—in the order of increasing sensitivity to noxious stimuli: (A) Serosal membranes, hollow viscera, solid viscera (B) Hollow viscera, solid viscera, serosal membranes (C) Solid viscera, hollow viscera, serosal membranes (D) Hollow viscera, serosal membranes, solid viscera (E) Serosal membranes, solid viscera, hollow viscera 52. Visceral pain is typically felt as (A) (B)
scale 1 (hypochondriasis)t ended to proceed from SCS trial to implant (2) patients with higher scores on scale 3 (hysteria) were not offered SCS trial (3) patients with higher scores on scale 3 (hysteria) had positive short-term but not long-term outcome (4) patients with high score on scale 1 (hypochondriasis) tended not to proceed from SCS trial to implant 618. In regard to MMPI as a predictor of treatment outcome (1) it is standardized on chronic pain patients (2) it is based on common
context of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)/acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS)? (A) Distal symmetrical polyneuropathy is the most common peripheral nerve disorder associated with HIV (B) Headache is the second most common of the AIDS-related pain syndromes (C) Progressive polyradiculopathy is most commonly associated with herpes virus (D) Kaposi sarcoma has been shown to cause muscular pain but not bone pain (E) None of the above 106. Which of the following statements about central pain
GABAA produces postsynaptic inhibition via metabotropic receptors, which are ligand-gated Cl− channels (2) the dominant type of inhibition of glutaminergic excitatory postsynaptic action potential is produce by GABA and/or glycine (3) GABAB and adenosine produce postsynaptic hyperpolarization by activation of K+ channels (4) GABA and glycine produce slow activation of postsynaptic potentials 506. During the windup process (1) sustained depolarization may recruit K+ channels, leading to decrease
Peripheral polyneopathy is the most common initial manifestation of diabetes mellitus. The nerve conduction studies measure only the fastest conducting fibers, leaving injury of small-diameter fibers, which transmit pain sensations, undiagnosed. 344. (B) Following nerve injury there is an increase in the expression of sodium channels in the neuroma and in the DRG. Consistent with the role of sodium channels in the development of neuropathic pain is blockage of their activity by low plasma