Episode 59: Emergency Medicine EOR – The Audio PANCE and PANRE Board Review Podcast
The Audio PANCE/PANRE PA Board Review Podcast
Welcome to episode 59 of the FREE Audio PANCE and PANRE Physician Assistant Board Review Podcast.
Join me as I cover ten Emergency Medicine End of Rotation Exam (EOR) review questions from the SMARTYPANCE course content following the NCCPA™ and PAEA content blueprint (download the FREE cheat sheet).
This week we will be covering ten emergency medicine end of rotation exam questions based on the NCCPA PANCE and PANRE Content Blueprint.
Below you will find an interactive exam to complement the podcast.
I hope you enjoy this free audio component to the examination portion of this site. The full board review includes over 2,000 interactive board review questions and is available to all members of the PANCE and PANRE Academy and SMARTYPANCE which are now bundled together into one very low price.
* You can download and listen to past FREE episodes here, on iTunes, on Google Play Music or Stitcher Radio.
* You can listen to the latest episode, take an interactive quiz and download your results below.
* Members can take Emergency medicine EOR 1 (200 questions) and Emergency Medicine EOR 2 (184 questions)
Listen Carefully Then Take The Practice Exam
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Episode 59 – Emergency Medicine EOR Podcast Quiz
The following 10 questions are linked to NCCPA Content Blueprint lessons from the SMARTYPANCE and PANRE Board review website. If you are a member you will be able to log in and view this interactive video content.
1. During a baseball game, a 22-year-old college student is hit in the right eye by a baseball. He complains of blurry vision in that eye. On physical exam, the physician assistant notes proptosis of the right eye and limitation of movement in all directions. On CT scan, which of the following is most likely to be seen?
A. Fracture of the medial orbital wall
B. Prolapse of orbital soft tissue
C. Hematoma of the orbit
D. Orbital emphysema
2. A 29-year-old male presents with a complaint of substernal chest pain for 12 hours. The patient states that the pain radiates to his shoulders and is relieved with sitting forward.