42) are you sure that ubiquitin is not the correct answer. It's what I chose and it was correct

30) granuloma--->try to contain an infection by creating a big "wall" around it, granulation tissue--> wound repair, in very simple words

24) A---> a condifence interval is the probability that a value lies between the two extremes. If you know the mean and the standard deviation you will have 95% confidence that a value will lie between Mean+- 2SD. (ex: average weight in a population is 70 kg, standard deviation is 10kg. If you go out the street and you talk to first person you meet you will be 95% confident that his weight will lie between 50Kg (70-2SD) and 90Kg (70+2SD)

32) I put damage to the anal sphincter. Didn't come up.

54) Test 3 followed by test 1 if test 3 is positive. with test 3 you find 95% of the people with the disease, but since you are gonna have a lot of false positives you use test 1 which is always negative in false positive

47) cholesterol emboli

40) i think thyroglossal cyst

44) also put misoprostol... this question was very tricky, don't know the answer

26) decreased action potential amplitude

31) it seems like a local problem. I put retinal cells--> it's not retinoblastoma, that was the trick I think

46) A. Just guessed I suck at anatomy lol. But seriously I think that's a typical case of atonic bladder. on Uworld is explained much better than how I would explain it

29) 1:4. I guess that you inherit one allele from each parent, 4 different combinations

21) decrease cell death. Bcl2 has to do with apoptosis, mutated in follicular lymphoma

49) B I think

32) I got it wrong

50) I think you read it wrong, antitrypsin has been ruled out and the patient is just few weeks old. I unfortunately got it wrong because I put budd-chiari syndrome

28) Meningioma... I just read central sulcus and 60 year old woman

24) got it wrong, let me know if you find the solution

3) got it wrong... I think A

20) B. Written in first aid

42) Pannus. RA-->PIP, osteoarthritis-->DIP

76) A--> B1 is not present in vessels

8) 1/600. Her brother is diseased and she is clearly not. We can assume that she has 2/3 probability to be a carrier. Disease prevalence 1/40000, then just use Handy weinberg and you'll come up to the results. The other options were very unlikely, I didn't do any calculation

21) I put NO and I got it wrong, i think it's histamine

46) pH decreases during exercise as a lot of lactic acid is formed

Hope that I was helpful. When I have time I'll post the questions that I got wrong