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OnExamination SCE in Acute Medicine (Updated Feb 2023) (PDF)

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Supporting you to pass your SCE in Acute Medicine 315+ questions Our questions are mapped to the Specialty Training Curriculum for Acute Internal Medicine, published by the Joint Royal Colleges of Physicians Training Board.

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Demo Question Which of the following may be responsible for a hypokalaemic hypertension?  Bartter’s syndrome  Diabetic nephropathy   Liddle’s syndrome  Non-classical congenital adrenal hyperplasia  Type IV renal tubular acidosis (RTA)

 

Key Learning Point Liddle’s syndrome is typically associated with hypokalaemic hypertension and low renin and aldosterone concentrations – the so-called pseudo-hyperaldosteronism. Explanation Liddle’s syndrome is typically associated with hypokalaemic hypertension and low renin and aldosterone concentrations – the so-called pseudo-hyperaldosteronism. Bartter’s syndrome is associated with hypokalaemia, though hypertension is not a feature. In type IV RTA, there is a hyporeninaemic hypoaldosteronism, which may also be produced with diabetic nephropathy, hence hyperkalaemia is more typical. Smart features to maximise your revision efforts Daily questions Keep on track. Set a time that suits you, we will send you a personalised revision question every day. Revision plans Turn weaknesses into strengths. Focus on the specialities that will give you the biggest learnings.

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