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Path Exam 3
Terms in this set (48)
Deficient in ADAMTS13
Thrombotic Thrombocytopenic Purpura TTP
What if there is a case involving Auer Rods
Acute Myeloid Leukemia
What is there is a case involving Reed-Strenberg cells, two mirror image nuclei or nuclear lobes
What has extranodal presentations common in the gastrointestinal tract and the brain
Diffuse Large B Cell Lymphoma
85% of childhood acute Leukemia
Acute lymphoblastic Leukemia ALL
What is EBV
What is there is a case about a patient who has stomach surgery
What is the most often cause of deficiency of folate and or vitamin B12?
What is there is a can with weakness, pallor, spooning of fingernails, hypochromix microcytic anemia
Irons deficiency Anemia
What is Thalassemias?
Mircocytic, hypochromic anemia
What is there is a case with G6D deficiency?
Something about after eating a meal
What causes hereditary spherocytosis?
The enzyme spectrin
What does benign prostatic hyperplasia affect
What do lending cell tumors secrete
Androgens, estrogens and steroids
What if there is a case of a young boy under the age of 3 and he has a tumor
Yolk Sac Tumor
What is the most common cause of germ cell tumor?
What is not true about preeclampsia
Starts at 30 weeks
What if there is a case of a patient who develops hypertension, accompanied by proteinuria, and edema in the third trimester or pregnancy
Where is the most common site for ectopic pregnancies
Extrauterine Fallopian tubes (90%)
What has a better prognosis, serous or mucinous?
What are the most frequent of the ovarian tumors?
Serous tumors (type of epithelial tumor)
What if there is a case of irregular bleeding and post menopausal women?
What is there is a case with a patient who has severe dysmenorrhea and pelvic pain as a result of intrapelvic bleeding, chocolate cycst
Where is invasive carcinoma of the cervix developed?
What is characterized by dyplastic changes in the lower third of the squamous epithelium, koilocytic change?
Cervical intraepithelia neoplasia
What tumor is affect with HPV (genotype 6,11)?
What has a thickened epidemeris
Lichen Simplex Chronicus
What is characterized by atrophic epithelium, usually with dermal fibrosis
What is the most common peripheral neuropathy?
Distal, symmetric polyneuropathy
What is the most common diabetic microvascular complication?
What is another name for Addison disease?
What is the most common cause of Cushing syndrome?
What if there is a case with neuromuscular irritability
What is there is a prognosis of thyroid carcinomas
Papillary is the best prognosis
Anaplastic is the worst prognosis
What if there is a case with hypermetabolic state, bulging eyes and diplopia?
What is an autoimmune disorder activation of the thyroid epithelial cells by AutoABs to TSH receptor
I elevated levels of growth hormone persist, or develop after cluster of the epiphysis, affected persons develop
If a growth hormone secreting adenohypophysis occurs before the epiphyses close, as is the case in prepubertal children, excessive levels of growth hormone
What is there is a case with reduced fertility and galactorrhea
What is the most common type of calculi
Then Uric acid
In what direction does pyelonephritis infection form?
What shape is Rapidly Progressive GN
What is there is a case involve nerve deafness and cataract?
AIport Syndrome (Hereditary Nephritis)
What if there is a case with recurrent hematuria even years after primary episode, increase in IgA in mesangium
IgA Neuropathy/Berger Disease
What is the most common cause of nephrotic syndrome in adults?
What is a characteristic of minimal change disease?
Diffuse effacement of podocyte foot processes
What is the most common cause of pediatric nephrotic syndrome?
Minimal Change Disease
What is there is a case with massive proteinuria with loss of 3.5 grams per day, hypoalbuminemia, with plasma (albumin)
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