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E Alcohol invariably enhances sexual performance. 21 Gallstones A Are present in about 10 to 15 per cent of the adult population of GB. B Can be diagnosed by a history of fatty food intolerance. C Occur with increased frequency in women taking oral contraceptives. D Are radiopaque in the majority of cases. E If symptomatic are best treated by cholecystectomy. 22 Characteristic features of osteomalacia include A Tetany. B Frontal and parietal bossing of the skull. C Hyporeflexia. D Muscular weakness.
B Heard better if you raised your voice. C Heard speech better in a quiet environment. D Also complained of tinnitus. E Heard a centrally placed (forehead) tuning fork better in his less deaf ear. 14 A three-year-old child is found on routine auscultation to have a heart murmur. Features that would suggest it was innocent include A B C D E Diastolic in timing. Variation with respiration. Of short duration. Heard over a wide area of the heart. Associated thrill. 15 A GP should suspect alcoholism if a patient presents with A B C D E Tongue tremor.