Internal Medicine: How much do you know?

You know how important it is to pursue continuing medical education in internal medicine— to hone your own expertise, to improve patient outcomes, to keep your practice competitive, and to contribute to the advancement of the IM field.

Here’s your chance to test your knowledge. Take this quiz to see what you know, review what you don’t, and compare your results with your IM colleagues..

test your knowledge

For the past 3 mo, a 58-yr-old man has been experiencing discomfort in his left calf when walking distances of ≈100 ft. Over the past 2 wk, the pain and numbness in his left foot have been particularly bothersome at night when he is in bed. The left femoral pulse is present, but the left popliteal and pedal pulses are absent. The left foot is cool, but there are no skin lesions. The left ankle-brachial index is 0.38. Magnetic resonance angiography shows occlusion of the left superficial femoral artery. Which of the following is the most appropriate treatment for this patient?

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