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3. The first-line medication for endocarditis prophylaxis in non-allergic patients is:


Azithromycin.
Cephalexin.
Clindamycin.


4. Gingival hyperplasia is most common as a side effect of which of the following medications?
Phenytoin.
Cyclosporine.
Verapamil (calcium channel blocker).
All of the above.
None of the above.

5. On physical examination of a 14-month-old child who has recently moved to the United States from Serbia, you note a frog-leg position of the legs (hips and knees semi-flexed and the feet rotated outward) and the infant appears uncomfortable upon palpation of the legs. In addition, you note gingival swelling and petechiae. Which of the following vitamin deficiencies do you suspect? Vitamin A.
Vitamin D.
Vitamin K.
Vitamin E.
Vitamin C.

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