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CLIN MED - Environmental Emergencies
At Risk Groups
"Therapeutic" Icing in Sports
Trench Foot
Chillblains / Pernio
Military... Outdoor workers... Elderly... Homeless... Substance abuse…
Clear impact of ice... - anesthesia... - inflammation reduction... **…
Prolonged cooling, accelerated by wet... - Pale... - mottled... -…
Long-term intermittent *exposure to damp, non-freezing temper…
At Risk Groups
Military... Outdoor workers... Elderly... Homeless... Substance abuse…
"Therapeutic" Icing in Sports
Clear impact of ice... - anesthesia... - inflammation reduction... **…
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CLIN MED - Wounds
Keys concepts
The Spectrum of Wounds
You must:
Punched out lesion
Too wet, too dry, appropriately moist... Infected (contaminated…
Surgical... Vascular (Arterial/Venous/Mixed)... Pressure (shear v…
serial depridement as needed ... by product of wounds keep th…
arterial occlusive lesions
Keys concepts
Too wet, too dry, appropriately moist... Infected (contaminated…
The Spectrum of Wounds
Surgical... Vascular (Arterial/Venous/Mixed)... Pressure (shear v…
59 terms
CLIN MED - Cardiovascular Emergencies
Chest Pain Differential: Chest Wall
Chest Pain Differential: Mediastinum
Chest Pain Differential: *Lungs and Pl…
Chest Pain Differential: Abdomen
Traumatic Cardiac Contusion... Cysts and Infections... Rib Cartil…
Acute Myocardial Infarction... Esophageal Rupture... Thoracic Dis…
Pneumothorax (Tension)... Hemothorax... Pulmonary Embolus... Pleuri…
Esophageal Perforation... Gallbladder (Cholecystitis, Cholelith…
Chest Pain Differential: Chest Wall
Traumatic Cardiac Contusion... Cysts and Infections... Rib Cartil…
Chest Pain Differential: Mediastinum
Acute Myocardial Infarction... Esophageal Rupture... Thoracic Dis…
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CLIN MED - Orthopedic Emergencies
Displacement
Shortening
Angulation
Rotation fracture
abnormal position of the distal fracture fragment relative to…
proximal migration of the distal fragment resulting in shorte…
degree of angular displacement of distal fracture fragment fr…
displacement by spinning the distal fracture fragment along t…
Displacement
abnormal position of the distal fracture fragment relative to…
Shortening
proximal migration of the distal fragment resulting in shorte…
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Fall Clin Med- Urinalysis
organic composition of urine
urea
creatinine
uric acid
urea... creatinine... uric acid
main component of urine... derived from amino acid's metaboli…
derived from creatine in muscle tissue
derived from catabolism of nucleic acids in foods and cell de…
organic composition of urine
urea... creatinine... uric acid
urea
main component of urine... derived from amino acid's metaboli…
47 terms
CLIN MED - Mood Disorders
Goals for this discussion
"I think I may have ADHD."
What medical diagnoses are you thinkin…
What else do you want to know? What qu…
Recognize common symptoms of frequently presenting mood disor…
Mark is a 28 yo man who presents to your office for his routi…
Are there any medical problems that can present with psychiat…
...
Goals for this discussion
Recognize common symptoms of frequently presenting mood disor…
"I think I may have ADHD."
Mark is a 28 yo man who presents to your office for his routi…
49 terms
CLIN MED - GU Neoplasms
Kidney Cancer
Pathology of renal cell carcinoma
RCC: Risk factors
RCC - Hereditary/Genetic Risks
Renal Cell Carcinoma 80 - 85%... Transitional cell of rena…
Clear cell (proximal tubule) 75 - 85 %... Papillary (chromo…
Tobacco - accounts for 1/3 of cases... Obesity... HTN... Heavy an…
Von Hippel-Lindau disease - autosomal dominant... - 35% will…
Kidney Cancer
Renal Cell Carcinoma 80 - 85%... Transitional cell of rena…
Pathology of renal cell carcinoma
Clear cell (proximal tubule) 75 - 85 %... Papillary (chromo…
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ORTHO clin med final
Maximum hip flexion =
Normal hip flexion
maximum ABduction of hip =
normal hip ABduction =
pelvic rotation
110 - 130 degrees
pelvic tilt
35 - 50 degrees
Maximum hip flexion =
pelvic rotation
Normal hip flexion
110 - 130 degrees
28 terms
CLIN MED - PEDIATRIC GI
Advance organizers
Reflux
Reflux: Sx's in infants
Reflux: sx's in children
Which 2 pediatric GI conditions are treated with medications?…
Regurgitation of stomach contents... If pathologic: esophagitis…
Poor feeding, irritability, airway symptoms, allergy symptoms…
Typical indigestion symptoms... Isolated abdominal pain... Respir…
Advance organizers
Which 2 pediatric GI conditions are treated with medications?…
Reflux
Regurgitation of stomach contents... If pathologic: esophagitis…
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CLIN MED - Viral Hepatitis
Viral Hepatitis
Hepatitis A
HAV presentation
HAV physical exam
Acute vs. chronic... Pathogens:... hepatitis A (HAV)... hepatitis B…
Spread via fecal-oral route... ... Risk factors: ... - *internatio…
Prodrome:... - fatigue... - malaise... - nausea, vomiting, diarrh…
jaundice (70%)... ... hepatomegaly (80%)
Viral Hepatitis
Acute vs. chronic... Pathogens:... hepatitis A (HAV)... hepatitis B…
Hepatitis A
Spread via fecal-oral route... ... Risk factors: ... - *internatio…
Clin Med - Premalignant & Malignant Skin conditions
abnormality in tissue area just a step…
do all premalignant lesions turn to ca…
example of premalignant lesion
solar keratoses
premalignant lesion
nope but the probability is greater that they do
solar keratoses
scaly rough patches on sun-damaged skin
abnormality in tissue area just a step…
premalignant lesion
do all premalignant lesions turn to ca…
nope but the probability is greater that they do
39 terms
CLIN MED - Cardiomyopathies
What are cardiomyopathies?
Classification
Echocardiography
Causes
Diseases of heart muscle... associated with dysfunction of the…
Dilated cardiomyopathy... Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy... Restrict…
**is the key diagnostic study
Genetic... Acquired diseases of the myocardium... Secondary cause…
What are cardiomyopathies?
Diseases of heart muscle... associated with dysfunction of the…
Classification
Dilated cardiomyopathy... Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy... Restrict…
63 terms
CLIN MED - Electrolyte Disorders
Topics for today
Total Body Water
Salt and water regulation
Salt balance vs. water balance... Hypo and hypernatremia... Hypo…
The body regulates salt (osmolality) and water separately.
Topics for today
Salt balance vs. water balance... Hypo and hypernatremia... Hypo…
Total Body Water
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Clin Med- Neuromuscular Dz
Def- ______________... -Muscle Disease w/…
Def- ______________... -Nerve Disease w/…
Pt presents w/ Muscle Weakness, Troubl…
Def- ______________... -Muscle Movements/…
Myopathies (Ex Polymyositis)
Neuropathies (Ex: DM)
Myopathy (Reflexes drop out early in Neuropathies and proport…
Fasiculations
Def- ______________... -Muscle Disease w/…
Myopathies (Ex Polymyositis)
Def- ______________... -Nerve Disease w/…
Neuropathies (Ex: DM)
New Clin Med: urology Drugs
What is the indication for Anitcholine…
CI: Urinary rentention
What are the MC Side effects of Anitch…
What are some CI of Anitcholinergics?
Urge incontinence
Anitcholinergics... Anitcholinergics can cause urinary retention!
-Dry mouth ... -Constipation... -Blurred vision... -congnitive impairm…
dry as a fROG... R-Retention... O-Obstruction... G-Closed angle glucoma
What is the indication for Anitcholine…
Urge incontinence
CI: Urinary rentention
Anitcholinergics... Anitcholinergics can cause urinary retention!
64 terms
CLIN MED - Glomerular Diseases
Tubulo-interstitial Disease
Acute interstitial nephritis
Causes of acute interstitial nephritis
Drugs that cause acute interstitial…
Kidney disorders that primarily involve the tubules and inter…
Inflammatory infiltrate in the interstitium... Decrease in…
Most cases are due to drugs: 75%... - hypersensitivity reacti…
NSAIDS... Antibiotics... - b lactams... - rifampin... - sulfa... -…
Tubulo-interstitial Disease
Kidney disorders that primarily involve the tubules and inter…
Acute interstitial nephritis
Inflammatory infiltrate in the interstitium... Decrease in…
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CLIN MED - Neoplastic Disease
Benign lung tumors
Hamartoma
Hamartoma - imaging
Bronchial adenomas ???
Not common... < 5% of all lung tumors... Hamartomas... Mucous gland…
Most common of the benign lung tumors (75%)... Twice as common…
" popcorn" calcification is the classic x-ray appearance (o…
Term has been used loosely in the past and included both beni…
Benign lung tumors
Not common... < 5% of all lung tumors... Hamartomas... Mucous gland…
Hamartoma
Most common of the benign lung tumors (75%)... Twice as common…
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CLIN MED - Pediatric Cardiology
Fetal circulation
At birth
Congenital Heart Disease
Congenital Heart Disease: *Cause and R…
Right and left heart act in parallel, rather than in series…
Lungs:... - expand ... - fluid is cleared... Placenta is gone (clam…
Most common congenital disorder... Critical congenital heart…
Fetal circulation
Right and left heart act in parallel, rather than in series…
At birth
Lungs:... - expand ... - fluid is cleared... Placenta is gone (clam…
28 terms
Heart Failure Clin Med
Heart Failure
Heart Failure
Ejection Fraction (EF)
Normal EF
Amount of blood ejected from the ventricle with each heart beat
50%.
Heart Failure
Heart Failure
Clin Med - Derm
Bulk of layer is Fat cells
Entire body ... (mostly palms/soles/foreh…
Inactive until puberty... Armpit, Groin r…
Stimulated by sex hormones (testostero…
hypodermis
Eccrine sweat glands
Apocrine sweat glands
Sebaceous glands
Bulk of layer is Fat cells
hypodermis
Entire body ... (mostly palms/soles/foreh…
Eccrine sweat glands
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Clin Med: Nose
What is epistaxis?
What is the epidemiology of epistaxis?
Where do 90% of anterior epistasix cas…
Where does posterior epistaxis come fr…
Hemorrhage of the nose from either the naterior or posterior…
1) Very common... 2) Bimodal age distribution (Children, fingers…
1) Kiesselbach's plexus... 2) Septal branch of anterior ethmoida…
1) Posterolateral branches of the sphenopalatine a... 2) Atheros…
What is epistaxis?
Hemorrhage of the nose from either the naterior or posterior…
What is the epidemiology of epistaxis?
1) Very common... 2) Bimodal age distribution (Children, fingers…
154 terms
Clin Med Test
Vascular Route -Left Atrium
Atrium - Electricity
Atrium - EKG
Ventricle
Exam, Echo Cardiogram... High pressure state - Pulmonary Hyperte…
* pacemaker... * moves through m of atrium w contractions... * ente…
Shows electricity flows properly or leaks
Echo can show aortic valve... Coronary Angiogram can show corona…
Vascular Route -Left Atrium
Exam, Echo Cardiogram... High pressure state - Pulmonary Hyperte…
Atrium - Electricity
* pacemaker... * moves through m of atrium w contractions... * ente…
34 terms
CLIN MED - Brain tumors
Brain Tumors: 3 main groups:
Brain metastases from elsewhere (most…
Cancers that commonly spread to brain
Primary Brain Tumors
Primary benign tumors... Primary malignant tumors... Metastatic s…
5 - 10X more common than primary brain tumors... In adults with…
Lung 40%... Breast 20%... Melanoma 10%... Colorectal 7% ... Kidney 3%
ADULTS: 2/3 of primary brain tumors in adults are benign; inc…
Brain Tumors: 3 main groups:
Primary benign tumors... Primary malignant tumors... Metastatic s…
Brain metastases from elsewhere (most…
5 - 10X more common than primary brain tumors... In adults with…
46 terms
CLIN MED - Thyroid Diseases
Thyroid diseases
Thyroid gland
Follicular cells produce
Iodine and thyroglobulin pair up to make
Euthyroid goiter... Toxic nodular goiter... Hyperthyroidism... Hypo…
Located anterior to trachea, inferior to larynx... Contains *tw…
thyroglobulin... Thyroglobulin is transported to follicle lum…
T3 and T4
Thyroid diseases
Euthyroid goiter... Toxic nodular goiter... Hyperthyroidism... Hypo…
Thyroid gland
Located anterior to trachea, inferior to larynx... Contains *tw…
Lower Extremity Clin Med
T/F: True hip pathology would produce…
T/F: Hip pathology in younger patients…
What joint does Fabers test, test?
What 3 injuries can US pick up when ev…
False, anterior pain
True, osteoarthritis is rare in younger ages unless have cong…
SI (hip check)
1. Tendons pathology ... 2. Bursitis ... 3. Joint effusion
T/F: True hip pathology would produce…
False, anterior pain
T/F: Hip pathology in younger patients…
True, osteoarthritis is rare in younger ages unless have cong…
32 terms
CLIN MED - Pediatric Infectious Disease
Conjunctivitis
Conjunctivitis: Bacterial
Conjunctivitis: Viral
Conjunctivitis: Allergic
Bacterial... - H. influenza... - S. pneumonia... - Chlamydia... Vi…
SX: ... - erythema, ... - chemosis, ... - itching ... - burning... - muc…
SX: ... - erythema, ... - chemosis, ... - tearing (bilateral); ... - HS…
SX: ... - stringy mucoid exudate, ... - swollen eyelids and *conj…
Conjunctivitis
Bacterial... - H. influenza... - S. pneumonia... - Chlamydia... Vi…
Conjunctivitis: Bacterial
SX: ... - erythema, ... - chemosis, ... - itching ... - burning... - muc…
54 terms
CLIN MED - Transfusions
ABO blood group system
antigen types
Inheritance
Antigens and Antibodies
There are 2 major antigens that can be found on the surface o…
You naturally make antibodies against whatever antigen you do…
ABO blood group system
There are 2 major antigens that can be found on the surface o…
antigen types
190 terms
Clin Med - Approach to the Dermatological Patient
In the epidermis
In the dermis
In the hypodermis
What does the skin store
Sensory nerve endings... Hairs... Sweat pores... Sebaceous glands
Hair... Capillaries... Arrector pili... Sweat gland... Nerves
Arterioles venules... Fat collagen... Fibroblasts... Hair follicle
Vit D fat water
In the epidermis
Sensory nerve endings... Hairs... Sweat pores... Sebaceous glands
In the dermis
Hair... Capillaries... Arrector pili... Sweat gland... Nerves
60 terms
CLIN MED - Pediatric Pulmonology
Hypersensitivity Disorders
Atopy
Atopic Dermatitis
Atopic Dermatitis: Signs & Symptoms
Type I: immediate hypersensitivity. IgE mediated.... - anaphylax…
Type 1 hypersensitivity ... IgE mediated... - *Atopic dermatitis…
Immunologic response causing cutaneous inflammation... Acute…
Dry skin, lichenified... Intensely *pruritic erythematous les…
Hypersensitivity Disorders
Type I: immediate hypersensitivity. IgE mediated.... - anaphylax…
Atopy
Type 1 hypersensitivity ... IgE mediated... - *Atopic dermatitis…
45 terms
Clin Med- Asthma & COPD
Definition of asthma...
Asthma is most common in what populati…
African Americans are ___ times more l…
Predisposing Conditions--- What are so…
Episodic bronchospasm and/or mucosal edema with airway hyper-…
children & african americans
3
-Dust Mites... -Cockroaches... -molds... -animal dander
Definition of asthma...
Episodic bronchospasm and/or mucosal edema with airway hyper-…
Asthma is most common in what populati…
children & african americans
221 terms
VTI Clin Med IV Reproductive Disease in Small Animals
Puberty is known as this
Dogs come into heat around this age
Cats come into heat around this age
True or false: Large breed dogs reach…
First Heat
6-12 months
6-9 months
False
Puberty is known as this
First Heat
Dogs come into heat around this age
6-12 months
28 terms
CLIN MED - HTN
HYPERTENSION
Primary (Essential) Hypertension:
Secondary Hypertension:
Primary HTN: pathophysiology
...
90% of cases... ... no cause can be identified
10% of cases... ... identifiable specific cause... ... develop at early…
1) Heart:... increase in CO d/t overactive SNS... 2) Blood Vessel…
HYPERTENSION
...
Primary (Essential) Hypertension:
90% of cases... ... no cause can be identified
45 terms
Clin Med Spring MS
MS defined
pathophys of MS
function of tight junctions in CNS
CNS can repair itself with these
a chronic and degenerative dz of the CNS in which gradual des…
t-cell makes it through the BB by unknown causes to attack th…
prevents WBC from getting into CNS
oligodendrocytes
MS defined
a chronic and degenerative dz of the CNS in which gradual des…
pathophys of MS
t-cell makes it through the BB by unknown causes to attack th…
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CLIN MED - MKS Arthritis
"degenerative joint disease"... Most com…
Osteoarthritis morphology
Osteoarthritis pathogenesis
Risk Factors for OA
Osteoarthritis
Failure of articular cartilage with loss of cartilage - probl…
Not a "normal" part of aging... Possible mechanism:... Initial dam…
Age - getting older ... Female - more common and more likely to…
"degenerative joint disease"... Most com…
Osteoarthritis
Osteoarthritis morphology
Failure of articular cartilage with loss of cartilage - probl…
66 terms
CLIN MED - radiology
Ordering Studies criteria
Imaging Modalities
X-RAYS Positives
x-ray Negatives
History... Specific site of symptoms... What you suspect (i.e. radi…
Radiography... CT... MRI... Not covered... Ultrasound... Nuclear medicine
High spatial resolution... cheap... fast... accessible
Radiation (negligible, .001mSV)... Insensitive for soft tissues…
Ordering Studies criteria
History... Specific site of symptoms... What you suspect (i.e. radi…
Imaging Modalities
Radiography... CT... MRI... Not covered... Ultrasound... Nuclear medicine
51 terms
CLIN MED - Lipid Disorders
For Today
What are lipoproteins?
Types based on density and size
Sources of cholesterol:
Pathophysiology of atherosclerotic plaques... ... Risk factors for…
Macromolecules that transport cholesterol, triglycerides and…
Chylomicrons - carry dietary lipids... Very low density lipopro…
Diet... Endogenous... - All cells can make cholesterol... Only hepat…
For Today
Pathophysiology of atherosclerotic plaques... ... Risk factors for…
What are lipoproteins?
Macromolecules that transport cholesterol, triglycerides and…
51 terms
CLIN MED - Cerebrovascular Disease
Atherosclerosis
Early atherosclerotic changes:
Atherosclerosis Pathology
Atherosclerosis Evaluation
*CAN LEAD TO ALL TYPES OF STROKE... Epidemiology: begins in chi…
fatty streak with thickening of intima (short arrow) and a so…
endothelial dysfunction ---> inflammatory & immunologic facto…
Silent process. ... Evidence of plaque formation in one locatio…
Atherosclerosis
*CAN LEAD TO ALL TYPES OF STROKE... Epidemiology: begins in chi…
Early atherosclerotic changes:
fatty streak with thickening of intima (short arrow) and a so…
76 terms
Clin Med - Multiple Myeloma
Plasma cell
Produce antibodies aka immunoglobulins…
Multiple Myeloma
Elderly (average age 66)... African Ameri…
Mature B lymphocyte
What is the normal role of plasma cells?
A malignancy of plasma cells. Bone marrow is replaced with…
What age group does bone marrow cancer (multiple myeloma)typi…
Plasma cell
Mature B lymphocyte
Produce antibodies aka immunoglobulins…
What is the normal role of plasma cells?
53 terms
CLIN MED - Seizures/Epilepsy
Basic Concepts: What is a seizure?
Seizure
Epilepsy
Seizure: Key Points
Seizure: An electrical storm in the brain... "A seizure is a tr…
physical sign... not just a convulsion:... - sensory... - motor... -…
is the disease process
Seizure is not simply a convulsion - may be sensory, motor, a…
Basic Concepts: What is a seizure?
Seizure: An electrical storm in the brain... "A seizure is a tr…
Seizure
physical sign... not just a convulsion:... - sensory... - motor... -…
164 terms
Intro to Clin Med II
Schistosomiasis
Noninvasive Cestode Infections
Invasive Cestode Infections... Cysticerco…
Invasive Cestode Infections... Echinococc…
Caused by 5 different species of blood flukes carried by cert…
Tapeworm contracted from undercooked beef, pork, fish... Usually…
Tissue infection with cysts f T. solium after ingesting food…
Acquired by ingesting food contaminated with K9 feces contain…
Schistosomiasis
Caused by 5 different species of blood flukes carried by cert…
Noninvasive Cestode Infections
Tapeworm contracted from undercooked beef, pork, fish... Usually…
52 terms
Laser Lecture Clin Med
What wave length is laser on?
What types of lasers are there?
What does low powered use?
What does high-powered use?... What abili…
between infrared and red visible light
low powered ... high powered
neon (gas)
CO2 ... able to cut and destroy tissue
What wave length is laser on?
between infrared and red visible light
What types of lasers are there?
low powered ... high powered
Spine: Clin Med
T/F: Spine pathology is less common in…
What are 9 potential warning signs rel…
What is the spurling maneuver? If a pa…
Marcus was lifting cars in the parking…
True
1. Incontinence ... 2. Malignancy s/s (multiple melanoma) ... 3. Ni…
Spurling maneuver: have patient turn head and tilt their head…
disc issue and infected nerve
T/F: Spine pathology is less common in…
True
What are 9 potential warning signs rel…
1. Incontinence ... 2. Malignancy s/s (multiple melanoma) ... 3. Ni…
Arthritis (clin med)
DDX for osteoarthritis or rheumatoid a…
DX for joint complaints
Osteoarthritis (OA)
crepitus
Fibromyalgia... Lyme Disease... Myelodysplastic Syndrome... Osteoarthr…
History:... Confirm that you are dealing with an MSK complaint... H…
most common type of arthritis and MSK disease. a normal conse…
due to disruption of the normally smooth articulating surface…
DDX for osteoarthritis or rheumatoid a…
Fibromyalgia... Lyme Disease... Myelodysplastic Syndrome... Osteoarthr…
DX for joint complaints
History:... Confirm that you are dealing with an MSK complaint... H…
Clin Med: Dizziness and Vertigo
Dizziness- Common?
Dizziness Case Presentation
Vertigo
syncope
Very common ... 20 - 30 % of adults have dizziness each year... c…
potential causes:medications... anemia... vertigo... low BP... *have pt d…
feeling like you are moving when you are not
fainting or feeling like you are going to faint... associated wi…
Dizziness- Common?
Very common ... 20 - 30 % of adults have dizziness each year... c…
Dizziness Case Presentation
potential causes:medications... anemia... vertigo... low BP... *have pt d…
168 terms
VTI (Clin Med 1) Final ID Review
Domestication occurred when?
Canis familiaris
Breed Profile
Upkeep
Neolithic Era/New Stone Age... 4000-2000 bc
"faithful dog"
Hx of Breed... Temperment... Upkeep... Health... Form & Function... Illustra…
exercise... living arrangements... social situations... coat care & gr…
Domestication occurred when?
Neolithic Era/New Stone Age... 4000-2000 bc
Canis familiaris
"faithful dog"
99 terms
Fall Clin Med HIV
HIV definition
race/ethnicity associated with highest…
HIV infection stage 0
HIV infection stage 1
blood-borne disease typically transmitted via sexual interc…
Black/African American (47%)
negative HIV test within 6 months of first HIV infection diag…
6 months after diagnosis and CD4+ T lymphocyte count *>/= 500…
HIV definition
blood-borne disease typically transmitted via sexual interc…
race/ethnicity associated with highest…
Black/African American (47%)
vti clin med 3 endocrinology
endocrine
hormones
regulation of hormones occurs through…
positive feedback system
organs or cells that secrete regulatory substances(hormones)…
substances released by endocrine glands that have physiologic…
feedback
the presence of a hormone increases the production of the hor…
endocrine
organs or cells that secrete regulatory substances(hormones)…
hormones
substances released by endocrine glands that have physiologic…
146 terms
Clin Med: Rheumatology
what is important info to the dx of MS…
what the most useful indication that i…
what are some other sx that indicate a…
what are inflammatory signs?
Do the symptoms arise from the joint or elsewhere?... Is the pro…
The most useful indication that pain is coming from the joint…
Range of motion might/might not be limited*... Inflammatory sign…
‒ Warmth... ‒ Erythema... ‒ Swelling ... ‒ Effusion
what is important info to the dx of MS…
Do the symptoms arise from the joint or elsewhere?... Is the pro…
what the most useful indication that i…
The most useful indication that pain is coming from the joint…
Clin med- Adolescent med
Early adolescence... Mid adolescence... La…
during what phase do eating disorder d…
During what pahse do boys start to out…
Experimentation with ETOH and tobacco…
Early adolescence: 11-14... Mid adolescence: 15-17... Late adoles…
Early adolescence
early adolescence
9th
Early adolescence... Mid adolescence... La…
Early adolescence: 11-14... Mid adolescence: 15-17... Late adoles…
during what phase do eating disorder d…
Early adolescence
69 terms
Clin Med - Cutaneous Manifestations of Systemic Diseases
disseminated
exanthem
indurated
sclerodactyly
widely dispersed
widespread rash
hardened in regards to soft tissues
pencil fingers
disseminated
widely dispersed
exanthem
widespread rash
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