Question: What are the common pathogens found in so-called “raw milk” (milk that has not undergone pasteurization to kills disease-causing pathogens)
Question: What is chaparral and what toxicities have been associate with this substance?
Question: The use of cannabis and/or alcohol is usually discussed as increasing the risk for motor vehicle crash. What is the role of cannabis and alcohol in cycling related crash risk?
Question: Collapsing focal segmental glomerulosclerosis is one cause for primary nephrotic syndrome. Which drugs have been implicated in causing this form of kidney disease?
Question: What are xenoestrogens?
Question: Most scorpions whose stings cause serious medical problems are members of the Buthidae family. This family includes scorpions from the genera leiurus, androctonus and buthus, tityus, centruroides, mesobuthus, and parabuthus. Each of these genera are indigenous to different geographic locations; North and Central America, Asia, North Africa, Near/Middle East and South America. Match the listed genera with the correct geographic location
Question: What is the typical clinical progression of the phenytoin and fosphenytoin related “purple-glove syndrome”?
Question: A blue color tinge to the vision has been reported in conjunction with which drug sometimes prescribed for the treatment of erectile dysfunction?
Question: What is the Federal act that governs the speed of the regulatory review process for new therapeutic agents?
Question: What is the LactMed database?