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Which of the following dermatologic conditions represented in Figures A-E is commonly seen in athletes and is most appropriately treated with topical mupirocin for small lesions and incision with drainage and administration of trimethoprim/sulfa for larger lesions?
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An 18-year-old lacrosse player is diagnosed with infectious mononucleosis. What is the recommendation for return to play?
Full participation once symptoms resolve
Full participation once the splenomegaly resolves
Full participation 4 weeks after the onset of symptoms regardless of the size of the spleen
Full participation 4 weeks after both the onset of illness and findings of a normal-sized spleen
No participation for 8 weeks
If a team experiences an outbreak of community acquired methicillin-resistant staph aureus (MRSA), which of the following factors is most likely to be the etiology?
Presence of turf burns
Use of a cold whirlpool
Use of a warm whirlpool
Sharing locker room soap
Sharing locker room towels
A 20-year-old collegiate football player was diagnosed with infectious mononucleosis 4 weeks ago. He is now asymptomatic. How should you counsel the patient in regards to return to play decisions?
May return to play now if receives a 4-week course of oral valacyclovir
May return to play now if there is no sign of splenomegaly
May return to play in 4 weeks if receives a 4-week course of oral valacyclovir
May return to play in 4 weeks if there is no sign of splenomegaly
May return to play now if there is no sign of splenomegaly and receives a 4-week course of oral valacyclovir