Tonight has been another lovely evening spent in the good graces of USMLEWorld. In case you're one of the few who haven't bought it, I can't recommend it highly enough. To that end, I went ahead and copied a few questions so that those of you who are on the fence can see why everyone loves it so much. Enjoy! Q1. A patient presents existing. You proceed with intestinal biopsy and the results are shown below: Long term sequelae of the most likely medical treatment of this disorder share the same pathogenesis as: a. Styles-Brady syndrome b. Idiopathic spontaneous dentohydroplasia c. A parasite who has a host at one point in its life cycle d. A process involving unhappy proteins Q2. You've been managing a patient with a history of type 2 diabetes, SLE, chronic gunshot wound and fulminant missing head who presents with new onset fatigue. As with previous encounters you are careful not to interact with or view him/her in any way. The most likely infectious agent responsible: a. Has a genome containing a "gattacagattaca" sequence b. Would grow slightly less well on media made with extra factor V, less factor X, diphenylperothiocarbazine and emulsified Sri Lankan yak prostate when a hint of paprika is added c. Contains fzj57 and pnqr-gamma as well as proteins that are unique to this organism d. Is not not not not not not not not not less unvirulent than the second most likely agent Q3. You are a participant in a medical mission to 1568. A child presents with a fever due to an agent that has the following bands after EcoRI restriction and electrophoresis: 2.443 Kb, others. As antibiotics have yet to be invented, the best treatment is: a. East Thornton-Upon-Hill leeches b. West Thornton-Upon-Hill leeches c. McKayley's consumption powder and goose shine d. Flogging This is just a little sample of USMLEWorld, but there are also hard questions too! Also, I hope my sharing just a few of the USMLEWorld questions is OK with the mods. I guess I just really enjoy how much USMLEbetter and more fulfilling my USMLEife is now that I have USMLEWorld, and I needed to share that with the USMLEniverse. USMLEThanks USMLEWorld!