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1,195 terms
USMLE2
What are common causes of hyperthyroid…
What is the MCC of hyperthyroidism
What is the MOA of Graves disease
What 3 thyroid diseases present with *…
Grave disease (diffuse toxic goiter)... Plummer disease (multino…
Graves disease
IgG bind to TSH receptors (thyroid stimulating Ig = TSI)... Hyp…
Thyroidits, factitious, 2 or 3 hypothyroidism
What are common causes of hyperthyroid…
Grave disease (diffuse toxic goiter)... Plummer disease (multino…
What is the MCC of hyperthyroidism
Graves disease
186 terms
USMLE2: Dermatology
Stratum Basale... Stratum Spinosum... Stratu…
Stratum Spinosum
Stratum Corneum
Parakeratosis
List the 5 layers of the epidermis
At what epidermal layer do keratin fibres begin being produced?
At what layer do Keratinocytes lose their nucleus?
What is it called when cells in the Stratum Corneum retain th…
Stratum Basale... Stratum Spinosum... Stratu…
List the 5 layers of the epidermis
Stratum Spinosum
At what epidermal layer do keratin fibres begin being produced?
358 terms
USMLE2: Neurology
What are the four functions of Cranial…
What are the three main functions of t…
What are the functions of the facial n…
The glossopharyngeal nerve supplies ta…
Oculomotor Nerve:... Eye movement (Sup. Inf. Med. Rectus + Inf.…
Mastication... Facial sensation... Intracranial sensation... Lacrimation
Facial movement... Front 2/3 taste... Lacrimation... Salivation... Eyelid…
Sensation of oropharynx... Swallowing... Parotid gland (salivation)…
What are the four functions of Cranial…
Oculomotor Nerve:... Eye movement (Sup. Inf. Med. Rectus + Inf.…
What are the three main functions of t…
Mastication... Facial sensation... Intracranial sensation... Lacrimation
1,452 terms
USMLE2
Cavernous hemangioma risk?
Tryptophan --> what two pathways? 2 mn…
hyperosmotic volume CONTRACTION (losin…
primary polydipsia results in what flu…
bleeding
"tripped on his nice nads" B2, B6 cofactors ---> NAD+ ... and ... "…
SWEATING OR DI
expands both ICF ECF with decreased osmolarity
Cavernous hemangioma risk?
bleeding
Tryptophan --> what two pathways? 2 mn…
"tripped on his nice nads" B2, B6 cofactors ---> NAD+ ... and ... "…
254 terms
USMLE2: Musculoskeletal
What type of shoulder dislocation is m…
What nerve is most at risk in anterior…
How will a patient usually hold their…
What nerve is most at risk with anteri…
Anterior... (posterior quite rare. Usually only assoc. with ele…
Axillary nerve
Abduction and externally rotated... (opposite of posterior, whe…
Obturator
What type of shoulder dislocation is m…
Anterior... (posterior quite rare. Usually only assoc. with ele…
What nerve is most at risk in anterior…
Axillary nerve
151 terms
USMLE2: Renal/Genitourinary
Define hypernatraemia
How does hypernatraemia present?
How is volume status assessed?
What are the three main causes of hype…
Serum sodium >145 mEq/L, usually due to free water loss (rath…
Thirst with oliguria or polyuria (depending on aeitiology)... Ne…
Clinical examination... Urine volume and osmolarity
Na+ gain: due to hypertonic saline/tube feeds or increased al…
Define hypernatraemia
Serum sodium >145 mEq/L, usually due to free water loss (rath…
How does hypernatraemia present?
Thirst with oliguria or polyuria (depending on aeitiology)... Ne…
299 terms
USMLE2: Infectious Disease
What symptoms are classically associat…
What are the atypical symptoms which w…
What signs may be revealed on physical…
Which patients would be most likely to…
Sudden onset... Fever... Productive cough (purulent sputum +/- hemo…
Gradual onset... Dry cough... Headache... Myalgia... Sore throat... GI pain/…
Reduced or bronchial breath sounds... Rales... Wheeze... Dullness to p…
Elderly... COPD... Diabetics... Immunocompromised
What symptoms are classically associat…
Sudden onset... Fever... Productive cough (purulent sputum +/- hemo…
What are the atypical symptoms which w…
Gradual onset... Dry cough... Headache... Myalgia... Sore throat... GI pain/…
274 terms
USMLE2: Paediatrics
In what two circumstances should child…
What are the three main risk factors f…
What are some of the medical symptoms…
What are the biggest two findings on *…
When the history and the physical findings do not match up (e…
Alcoholism/Drug use... Mentally retarded/handicapped child... Rep…
Apnea... Seizures... Feeding intolerance... Excessive irritability... Som…
Poor hygiene... Behavioural abnormalities
In what two circumstances should child…
When the history and the physical findings do not match up (e…
What are the three main risk factors f…
Alcoholism/Drug use... Mentally retarded/handicapped child... Rep…
313 terms
USMLE2: Gynaecology
At what age does breast development (T…
At what age does first period (Menarch…
Which phase of the ovarian cycle is ty…
How long does the follicular phase usu…
8-11
10-16
Follicular phase
13 days
At what age does breast development (T…
8-11
At what age does first period (Menarch…
10-16
195 terms
USMLE2: Haematology/Oncology
Which pathway does Clexane affect, and…
Distinguish between the mechanisms of…
What is the antidote for Heparin?
Which pathway does Warfarin affect?
Heparin affects intrinsic pathway (indirect Factor Xa inhibit…
LMWH - Antithrombin III activator; forms complex inhibiting F…
Protamine sulfate
Both, but predominantly extrinsic pathway, so raises PT and I…
Which pathway does Clexane affect, and…
Heparin affects intrinsic pathway (indirect Factor Xa inhibit…
Distinguish between the mechanisms of…
LMWH - Antithrombin III activator; forms complex inhibiting F…
228 terms
USMLE2: Gastroenterology
What is the difference in presentation…
What are some causes of Oropharyngeal…
What are some causes of Esophageal dys…
How is the etiology of dysphagia usual…
Esophageal involves aspiration of solids > liquids... Oropharyn…
Neuro-Muscular... Stroke, Parkinson's, Myasthenia gravis, pro…
Obstructive/Motility disorders... Strictures, Schatski rings,…
Endoscopy (sometimes with biopsy) if suspected obstruction…
What is the difference in presentation…
Esophageal involves aspiration of solids > liquids... Oropharyn…
What are some causes of Oropharyngeal…
Neuro-Muscular... Stroke, Parkinson's, Myasthenia gravis, pro…
170 terms
USMLE2: Endocrinology
You must have at least THREE of five c…
What is the pathogenesis of Type I (or…
What are the four components of the cl…
Which age group is usually the age gro…
Being fat (literally the stereotype - obese with waist girth…
Autoimmune destruction of pancreatic beta cells, leading to a…
Polyuria... Polydipsia... Polyphagia... Rapid, unexplained weigh loss
Children or young adults... (when it affects older adults, it i…
You must have at least THREE of five c…
Being fat (literally the stereotype - obese with waist girth…
What is the pathogenesis of Type I (or…
Autoimmune destruction of pancreatic beta cells, leading to a…
275 terms
USMLE2: Obstetrics
Define Gravidity
Define Parity
Define developmental age
Define gestational age
The number of times a woman has been pregnant
The number of times a pregnancy has led to a birth beyond 20…
Time since fertilization, in weeks and days. Usually unknown
Time since LMP
Define Gravidity
The number of times a woman has been pregnant
Define Parity
The number of times a pregnancy has led to a birth beyond 20…
156 terms
USMLE2: Renal/Genitourinary
Define hypernatraemia
How does hypernatraemia present?
How is volume status assessed?
What are the three main causes of hype…
Serum sodium >145 mEq/L, usually due to free water loss (rath…
Thirst with oliguria or polyuria (depending on aeitiology)... N…
Clinical examination... Urine volume and osmolarity
Na+ gain: due to hypertonic saline/tube feeds or increased al…
Define hypernatraemia
Serum sodium >145 mEq/L, usually due to free water loss (rath…
How does hypernatraemia present?
Thirst with oliguria or polyuria (depending on aeitiology)... N…
38 terms
USMLE 2
taste in the anterior 2/3 of tongue
taste in posterior 1/3 of tongue
Motor to tongue
sensation anterior 2/3 of tongue
Facial nerve
glossopharyngeal nerve
hypoglossal tongue
V3
taste in the anterior 2/3 of tongue
Facial nerve
taste in posterior 1/3 of tongue
glossopharyngeal nerve
113 terms
USMLE 2
what vitamins should be supplemented w…
incomplete obliteration of proccessus…
what dietary restriction would be need…
what features are associated with sarc…
vitamin D & K
hydrocele and indirect inguinal hernia
protein restriction
middle aged, african american, bilateral hilar adenopathy, re…
what vitamins should be supplemented w…
vitamin D & K
incomplete obliteration of proccessus…
hydrocele and indirect inguinal hernia
406 terms
Step 2 - USMLE WORLD
Adult splenectomy what vaccines
Diagnosis of intraamniotic infection
When are corticosteroids given
What is given to a baby with hypernatr…
YOu need to give meningococcal, PCV 13 HIB ... But you wantt o g…
RF is prolonged rupture of meembranes ... infecitons are often p…
to an infant at < 34 weeks
0.9 Saline for fluid resuscitation the sodium should be slowl…
Adult splenectomy what vaccines
YOu need to give meningococcal, PCV 13 HIB ... But you wantt o g…
Diagnosis of intraamniotic infection
RF is prolonged rupture of meembranes ... infecitons are often p…
60 terms
USMLE 2
infective viral RNA
in order for - strand viruses to repli…
1st and 2nd most common causes of cyst…
1st and 2nd most common causes urethri…
naked SS+ RNA (such as rhinovirus)
RNA-dependent RNA polymerase
E. coli, s. saprophyticus
N. gonorrhoeae, C. trachomatis
infective viral RNA
naked SS+ RNA (such as rhinovirus)
in order for - strand viruses to repli…
RNA-dependent RNA polymerase
353 terms
USMLE Step 2: Neurology
What are the four functions of Cranial…
What are the three main functions of t…
What are the functions of the facial n…
The glossopharyngeal nerve supplies ta…
Oculomotor Nerve:... Eye movement (Sup. Inf. Med. Rectus + Inf.…
Mastication... Facial sensation... Intracranial sensation... Lacrimation
Facial movement... Front 2/3 taste... Lacrimation... Salivation... Eyelid…
Sensation of oropharynx... Swallowing... Parotid gland (salivation)…
What are the four functions of Cranial…
Oculomotor Nerve:... Eye movement (Sup. Inf. Med. Rectus + Inf.…
What are the three main functions of t…
Mastication... Facial sensation... Intracranial sensation... Lacrimation
460 terms
USMLE 2 Rapid Review
"Sawtooth" P waves
Angina is new, is worsening, or occurs…
ACEI
Hypotension, distant heart sounds, and…
Classic ECG finding in atrial flutter.
Definition of unstable angina.
Antihypertensive for a diabetic patient with proteinuria.
Beck's triad for cardiac tamponade.
"Sawtooth" P waves
Classic ECG finding in atrial flutter.
Angina is new, is worsening, or occurs…
Definition of unstable angina.
272 terms
USMLE Step 2: Pediatrics
In what two circumstances should child…
What are the three main risk factors f…
What are some of the medical symptoms…
What are the biggest two findings on *…
When the history and the physical findings do not match up (e…
Alcoholism/Drug use... Mentally retarded/handicapped child... Rep…
Apnea... Seizures... Feeding intolerance... Excessive irritability... Som…
Poor hygiene... Behavioural abnormalities
In what two circumstances should child…
When the history and the physical findings do not match up (e…
What are the three main risk factors f…
Alcoholism/Drug use... Mentally retarded/handicapped child... Rep…
248 terms
USMLE Step 2 CV
Which part of ECG represents AV node c…
How long should P-R interval be
What things can cause QT prolongation
Which arrhythmia syndrome has shorter…
P-R interval
3-5 small squares (120-200 msec)
- HypoK, HypoCa, HypoMg... - TCA Overdose!!!... - Type Ia: Quinidin…
Wolffe-Parkinson-White syndrome
Which part of ECG represents AV node c…
P-R interval
How long should P-R interval be
3-5 small squares (120-200 msec)
95 terms
USMLE 2
Niacin
Cancer Associated with BRAF mutation
Triglyceride Breakdown
Beta Oxidation Enzyme
Inhibits Lipolysis... Decreases VLDL... Increases HDL
Melanoma
HSL... Glycerol Kinase
Acetyl CoA Synthetase
Niacin
Inhibits Lipolysis... Decreases VLDL... Increases HDL
Cancer Associated with BRAF mutation
Melanoma
275 terms
USMLE Step 2: Obstetrics
Define Gravidity
Define Parity
Define developmental age
Define gestational age
The number of times a woman has been pregnant
The number of times a pregnancy has led to a birth beyond 20…
Time since fertilization, in weeks and days. Usually unknown
Time since LMP
Define Gravidity
The number of times a woman has been pregnant
Define Parity
The number of times a pregnancy has led to a birth beyond 20…
311 terms
USMLE Step 2: Gynecology
At what age does breast development (T…
At what age does first period (Menarch…
Which phase of the ovarian cycle is ty…
How long does the follicular phase usu…
8-11
10-16
Follicular phase
13 days
At what age does breast development (T…
8-11
At what age does first period (Menarch…
10-16
10 terms
Usmle 2
TTP treatment
Complications associated with ESRD
PAN
Hansel and wright stain
Plasmaphresis/ FFP
Anemia hypocalcemia, bleeding( tx is DDVAP), infection( no de…
See mesenteric ischemia, peripheral neuropathy( mononeuritis…
Eosinophilia in AIN
TTP treatment
Plasmaphresis/ FFP
Complications associated with ESRD
Anemia hypocalcemia, bleeding( tx is DDVAP), infection( no de…
55 terms
usmle step 2 review
Dominant front lobe lesion
MCA stroke
ACA stroke
PCA
- Broca Aphasia... - Contralateral hemiparesis ... Contralateral ap…
-Weakness or sensory loss on opposite side ... - homonymous hemi…
Personality/cognitive defect... urinary incon... leg more than arm…
Homonymous hemianopsia... paresis of vertical and horizontal eye…
Dominant front lobe lesion
- Broca Aphasia... - Contralateral hemiparesis ... Contralateral ap…
MCA stroke
-Weakness or sensory loss on opposite side ... - homonymous hemi…
473 terms
USMLE step 2 CK
pregnant with active HBV
Beck's triad for tamponade
subarachnoid hemorrhage
coccidioidomycosis
tx newborn with HBIG and HBV vaccine
hypotension, JVD, muffled heart sounds (also pulsus paradoxus…
increased ADH and BNP --> hyponatremia. Tx - water restriction
SW US, central/south America. Pulm infection - dry cough, wei…
pregnant with active HBV
tx newborn with HBIG and HBV vaccine
Beck's triad for tamponade
hypotension, JVD, muffled heart sounds (also pulsus paradoxus…
28 terms
Usmle 2
Hyperthecosis and PCOS
Valproic acid
Serous ovarian tumor
Krugenburg tumor
The first can occur in post menopausal unlike the latter whic…
PCOS
Increase CA-125 or CEA
Mets from the stomach or breast
Hyperthecosis and PCOS
The first can occur in post menopausal unlike the latter whic…
Valproic acid
PCOS
89 terms
USMLE 2
Vitamin A deficiency can lead to:
Reye's syndrome can lead to:
Prolonged biliary obstruction can lead…
Drugs that can cause Torsades de point…
Dry skin, Night blindness, xerophthalmia (corneal ulceration…
Hepatoencephalopathy: Microvesicular fatty liver chances, hyp…
(Cholestasis) - intestinal malabsorption and fat soluble vita…
Anything that prolongs QT interval: Class 1A (Quinidine, Diso…
Vitamin A deficiency can lead to:
Dry skin, Night blindness, xerophthalmia (corneal ulceration…
Reye's syndrome can lead to:
Hepatoencephalopathy: Microvesicular fatty liver chances, hyp…
155 terms
USMLE2: Psychiatry
What is generalised anxiety disorder,…
What is the clinical definition of gen…
How is generalised anxiety disorder tr…
What are the main 4 anxiolytic medicat…
Uncontrollable, excessive anxiety or worry about multiple act…
6+ months of anxiety on most days, with 3+ somatic symptoms:…
Short term/Acute - BZEs. ... Taper BZEs to *long term treatme…
SSRIs - 1st line for generalised anxiety disorder, OCD and…
What is generalised anxiety disorder,…
Uncontrollable, excessive anxiety or worry about multiple act…
What is the clinical definition of gen…
6+ months of anxiety on most days, with 3+ somatic symptoms:…
90 terms
USMLE2: Pulmonary
What are the 6 main causes ob obstruct…
Define Asthma
What are the features of an asthma his…
What might you find in physical examin…
Asthma... Bronchiectasis... COPD (Chronic Bronchitis)... -Bronchioliti…
Reversible airway obstruction secondary to bronchial hyper-re…
Cough... Episodic wheezing... Dyspnea... Chest tightness... Worsens at n…
Wheeze, Hyperresonance... Accessory muscle use... Tachypnea... Tachyca…
What are the 6 main causes ob obstruct…
Asthma... Bronchiectasis... COPD (Chronic Bronchitis)... -Bronchioliti…
Define Asthma
Reversible airway obstruction secondary to bronchial hyper-re…
1,518 terms
USMLE World # 2
Drug -> X francisella tularensis -> X…
Drug -> X yersinia pestis -> X plague
eosinophilic bright pink or basophilic…
eosinophilic bright pink or basophilic…
erythromycin
erythromycin
eosinophilic bright pink
basophilic dark purple
Drug -> X francisella tularensis -> X…
erythromycin
Drug -> X yersinia pestis -> X plague
erythromycin
180 terms
USMLE2: Dermatology
Stratum Basale... Stratum Spinosum... Stratu…
Stratum Spinosum
Stratum Corneum
Parakeratosis
List the 5 layers of the epidermis
At what epidermal layer do keratin fibres begin being produced?
At what layer do Keratinocytes lose their nucleus?
What is it called when cells in the Stratum Corneum retain th…
Stratum Basale... Stratum Spinosum... Stratu…
List the 5 layers of the epidermis
Stratum Spinosum
At what epidermal layer do keratin fibres begin being produced?
2,000 terms
USMLE HY Notes # 2
alpha amanitin
Hepatotoxicity
Ricin (from castor oil)
Oubain
inhibits RNA Polymerase 2 and decreases TRANSCRIPTION
alpha amanitin toxicity
cleaves the rRNA on the eukaryotic 60S subunit and inhibits T…
inhibits the Na/K ATPase pump by binding to the K-site. (digo…
alpha amanitin
inhibits RNA Polymerase 2 and decreases TRANSCRIPTION
Hepatotoxicity
alpha amanitin toxicity
52 terms
usmle 2 obgyn #2
patient with heavy blood loss after pr…
how does Sheehan present: [3 major sig…
where is inhibin made and what does it…
what do you for shoulder dystocia
Sheehan syndrome. Progesterone is normally dropped, which no…
inability to lactate, amenorrhea, hyponatremia, there are oth…
made by granulosa cells of ovarian follicles and cause feedba…
McRobers Maneuver [flex the legs - which re-orients the pubic…
patient with heavy blood loss after pr…
Sheehan syndrome. Progesterone is normally dropped, which no…
how does Sheehan present: [3 major sig…
inability to lactate, amenorrhea, hyponatremia, there are oth…
42 terms
USMLE Step 2
MIBG scan used for?
9 yo F has a CXR that looks far worse…
Treatment for Mycoplasma pneumoniae?
5 yo M presents with signs of bacteria…
neuroblastoma & metastatic disease
Mycoplasma pneumoniae. ... CXR findings tend to appear much wors…
Macrolide e.g. azithromycin, erythromycin, of clarithromycin
Citrobacter koseri - accounts for most (80%) brain abscesses.…
MIBG scan used for?
neuroblastoma & metastatic disease
9 yo F has a CXR that looks far worse…
Mycoplasma pneumoniae. ... CXR findings tend to appear much wors…
222 terms
USMLE2: Gastroenterology
What is the difference in presentation…
What are some causes of Oropharyngeal…
What are some causes of Esophageal dys…
How is the etiology of dysphagia usual…
Esophageal involves aspiration of solids > liquids... Oropharyn…
Neurologic or Muscular... Stroke, Parkinson's, Myasthenia gra…
Obstruction and motility disorders... Strictures, Schatski ri…
Endoscopy (sometimes with biopsy) if suspected obstruction…
What is the difference in presentation…
Esophageal involves aspiration of solids > liquids... Oropharyn…
What are some causes of Oropharyngeal…
Neurologic or Muscular... Stroke, Parkinson's, Myasthenia gra…
USMLE-2
Diabetic ketoacidosis, urine H2PO4 cha…
RF for aortic dessection?
RF for both aortic aneurysm and dissec…
Repeated/delete DNA sequence can be ca…
Increase- plasma HPO4 decrease
HTN
1. Myxomatous medial change (cystic medial necrosis)--fragmen…
Slipped strand misparing
Diabetic ketoacidosis, urine H2PO4 cha…
Increase- plasma HPO4 decrease
RF for aortic dessection?
HTN
170 terms
USMLE2: Endocrinology
You must have at least THREE of five c…
What is the pathogenesis of Type I (or…
What are the four components of the cl…
Which age group is usually the age gro…
Being fat (literally the stereotype - obese with waist girth…
Autoimmune destruction of pancreatic beta cells, leading to a…
Polyuria... Polydipsia... Polyphagia... Rapid, unexplained weigh loss
Children or young adults... (when it affects older adults, it i…
You must have at least THREE of five c…
Being fat (literally the stereotype - obese with waist girth…
What is the pathogenesis of Type I (or…
Autoimmune destruction of pancreatic beta cells, leading to a…
145 terms
usmle Step 2 - Imaging
Basal Cell CA... -Shave Biopsy... -Mohs Micr…
Squamous Cell CA... -Excisional Biopsy or…
Kaposi Sarcoma... -... -... 1. Treat the AIDS!…
Actinic Keratosis... -R/o SCC with Bx... -Cu…
Pale-skinned old lawn care worker with this lesion that start…
Older patient with history of immunosuppressive treatment.
Mediterranean man with AIDS has this on his arm.
A very old lifeguard with this on his cheek and a few more on…
Basal Cell CA... -Shave Biopsy... -Mohs Micr…
Pale-skinned old lawn care worker with this lesion that start…
Squamous Cell CA... -Excisional Biopsy or…
Older patient with history of immunosuppressive treatment.
198 terms
Radiology USMLE Step 2
NORMAL CHEST... • Spine seen through hear…
NORMAL LATERAL CHEST... • SWL: clear spac…
SPINE SIGN... • Spine appears whiter (mor…
ANTERIOR MEDIASTINAL ADENOPATHY... • A: R…
NORMAL CHEST... • Spine seen through hear…
NORMAL LATERAL CHEST... • SWL: clear spac…
33 terms
cardio usmle 2
what is an increased risk for a diabet…
cardiac tamponade triad
CC of nausea, abdominal pain, epigastr…
anterior wall leads V
hypoglycemia ... -beta receptors stimulation increase breakdown…
1. hypotension... 2. jugular venous distention... 3. distant heart…
angina pectoris
V2-V4
what is an increased risk for a diabet…
hypoglycemia ... -beta receptors stimulation increase breakdown…
cardiac tamponade triad
1. hypotension... 2. jugular venous distention... 3. distant heart…
308 terms
USMLE Step 2
Essential HTN
Secondary HTN most common cause? In yo…
BP classifications ... Normal:... Prehyperte…
Hypertensive urgency
(95% of cases)...no identifiable cause
Renal artery stenosis, in young women = OCPs
Normal: < or = 120/80... Prehypertension: > 120/80 but <140/90... S…
Severe HTN (>180, >120) in asymptomatic patient
Essential HTN
(95% of cases)...no identifiable cause
Secondary HTN most common cause? In yo…
Renal artery stenosis, in young women = OCPs
62 terms
USMLE 2 ob gyn
What are the 7 changes in pregnancy
what are the hematologic changes in pr…
What are the cardiac changes in pregna…
what are the pulmonary changes in preg…
hematologic, cardiac, pulmonary, GI, Renal, Endocrine, Skin
Hypercoagulable state... increase clotting factors... result of ven…
Cardiac output increased by 50%... result of increased heart rat…
Mucosal hyperemia... nasal stuffiness... increased nasal secretions…
What are the 7 changes in pregnancy
hematologic, cardiac, pulmonary, GI, Renal, Endocrine, Skin
what are the hematologic changes in pr…
Hypercoagulable state... increase clotting factors... result of ven…
367 terms
USMLE Step 2 CK
Colon cancer screening
Definition of Preeclampsia
Severe features of Preeclampsia
Most common places of Osteosarcoma in…
FOBT annually; or... Flexible sigmoidoscopy every 5y + FOBT ever…
New-onset hypertension (≥140 / ≥90) at ≥ 20 weeks... +... Proteinur…
BP ≥ 160 or ≥110 on 2 occasions (∆t ≥4h)... Thrombocytopenia < 1…
Metaphyses of long bones such as... distal femur... proximal tibia…
Colon cancer screening
FOBT annually; or... Flexible sigmoidoscopy every 5y + FOBT ever…
Definition of Preeclampsia
New-onset hypertension (≥140 / ≥90) at ≥ 20 weeks... +... Proteinur…
70 terms
USMLE2
brassy
puffy
thrush
oral rinsing
【名】= brassie 【形】 真ちゅうのような、ずうずうしい、厚かましい
腫れぼったい
口腔カンジダ症
口腔ケア
brassy
【名】= brassie 【形】 真ちゅうのような、ずうずうしい、厚かましい
puffy
腫れぼったい
220 terms
USMLE Prep 2
Hyperalimentation
long-acting insulin commonly used in t…
consists of a group of cells in the mi…
Time frame to get a full blown adaptiv…
too much Parenteral feeding can cause metabolic acidoses
Insulin glargine
The notochord ... epiblast cells through gastrulation... a third…
1-2 weeks post primary infection
Hyperalimentation
too much Parenteral feeding can cause metabolic acidoses
long-acting insulin commonly used in t…
Insulin glargine
1,000 terms
USMLE Neurology (part 2)
how is the cytoplasm of the soma and d…
classification of nerve fibers:... Ia (A-…
classification of nerve fibers:... Ib (A-…
classification of nerve fibers:... II (A-…
no GA in dendrites
fastest sensory... proprioception and muscle spindles
2nd fastest sensory... proprioception and Golgi tendon organs
3rd fastest sensory... touch, pressure, vibration
how is the cytoplasm of the soma and d…
no GA in dendrites
classification of nerve fibers:... Ia (A-…
fastest sensory... proprioception and muscle spindles
694 terms
USMLE Step 2 ID
Q001. Infective Endocarditis - What is…
Q002. (uw) Infective Endocarditis bugs…
Q002a. Infective endocarditis predispo…
Q003. Infective Endocarditis - Hx
A001. Infection of endocardium secondary to infectious causes…
A002. acute - S. aureus; Qsubacute - S. viridans; IVDU - S. a…
A002.a indwelling IV catheter, immunosuppressant, IVDU
A003. Fever; chills; weakness; dyspnea; sweats; anorexia; ski…
Q001. Infective Endocarditis - What is…
A001. Infection of endocardium secondary to infectious causes…
Q002. (uw) Infective Endocarditis bugs…
A002. acute - S. aureus; Qsubacute - S. viridans; IVDU - S. a…
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