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PANCE Practice Question for February 27th

A 36-year-old man develops rapid mental status deterioration 2 days after sustaining a femoral fracture in a skiing accident. Physical examination shows multiple petechiae in the anterior chest and abdomen. On the third day, the patient lapses into coma and dies. Postmortem examination of the brain reveals numerous petechial hemorrhages in the corpus callosum and centrum semiovale.

Which of the following is the most likely diagnosis?

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