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88 terms
USMLE Heme
Corticosteroids and WBC
Leukocyte prevalence
Lymphocytes (name 4)
Microcytic (heme versus globin?)
Inhibit PMN migration from circulation into periphery = leuko…
Never Let Monkeys Eat Bananas... Neutrophil... Lymphocyte... Monocyte…
1) B... 2) T... 3) Plasma... 4) NK
1) Iron deficiency (heme problem) ... 2) thalessemia (globin pro…
Corticosteroids and WBC
Inhibit PMN migration from circulation into periphery = leuko…
Leukocyte prevalence
Never Let Monkeys Eat Bananas... Neutrophil... Lymphocyte... Monocyte…
234 terms
Heme USMLE
What are the five types of Hodgkin lym…
What are the characteristics of Nodula…
What are the characteristics of Mixed…
What are the characteristics of Lympho…
Nodular sclerosis... Mixed cellularity... Lymphocyte-rich... Lymphocyt…
Most common type 65-70%... More common in females (only subtype…
Second most common (20-25%)... Mixed inflammatory cells and abun…
Mainly reactive lymphocytes... Best prognosis... Reed Sternberg cel…
What are the five types of Hodgkin lym…
Nodular sclerosis... Mixed cellularity... Lymphocyte-rich... Lymphocyt…
What are the characteristics of Nodula…
Most common type 65-70%... More common in females (only subtype…
27 terms
USMLE Pharm Heme
Asprin
Clopidogrel/tacagrelor/prasugrel
Ticlopidine
Abciximab
ASA umpire... Permanently ejects COX-1 coach (no thromboxane A…
"Grill in stands"... ADP receptor inhibitor (grill guy near sign…
"Ty Cobb jersey"... ADP receptor (P2Y12) inhibitor... Can cause gra…
ABC broadcast reporters... Blocks GP IIb/IIIa receptor (section…
Asprin
ASA umpire... Permanently ejects COX-1 coach (no thromboxane A…
Clopidogrel/tacagrelor/prasugrel
"Grill in stands"... ADP receptor inhibitor (grill guy near sign…
319 terms
USMLE HEME ONC
Lifespan of a RBC... Lifespan of a platelet
What is the source of energy for an RB…
What is present on the RBC membrane?
1/3 of platelet pool is stored in the…
RBCs: 120 days (4 months)... Platelets -8-10 days
90% glycolysis, 10% HMP shunt
Chloride-bicarb antiporter which allows RBCs to export bicarb…
Spleen
Lifespan of a RBC... Lifespan of a platelet
RBCs: 120 days (4 months)... Platelets -8-10 days
What is the source of energy for an RB…
90% glycolysis, 10% HMP shunt
125 terms
USMLE World Heme Onc
How does aplastic crisis present in si…
How does acute chest syndrome present…
How does Fanconi anemia present?
What is seen in sickle cell peripheral…
acute severe anemia with low or absent reticulocytes
fever, chest pain, infiltrate on chest x-ray. ... related to pul…
autosomal recessive ... congenital marrow failure... poor growth (s…
sickle cells and reticulocytes
How does aplastic crisis present in si…
acute severe anemia with low or absent reticulocytes
How does acute chest syndrome present…
fever, chest pain, infiltrate on chest x-ray. ... related to pul…
36 terms
USMLE Rx - Heme/Onc
A patient has numbness and tingling in…
What transfusion therapy is used to tr…
What are the risks of blood transfusion?
A patient with liver cirrhosis has inc…
Citrate, an anticoagulant in stored blood, is a calcium chela…
Cryoprecipitate; because it contains fibrinogen, factor VIII,…
Infection, transfusion reactions, ... hypocalcemia, ... hyperkalemi…
Fresh frozen plasma, which will increase the coagulation fact…
A patient has numbness and tingling in…
Citrate, an anticoagulant in stored blood, is a calcium chela…
What transfusion therapy is used to tr…
Cryoprecipitate; because it contains fibrinogen, factor VIII,…
36 terms
USMLE: Heme-Onc
PMNs
Coagulation cascade
Warfarin
Fibrinolytic system
- granulocyte precurors mature in BM 6-10d... - spend 6-10h in c…
- 7 = EXtrinsic; 12 = 1Ntrinsic... - accelerating factors: 8a an…
- inhibits 2, 7, 9, 10 (-> less coagulation); protein C and S…
- stimulated by 12a (which also stimulates coagulation cascad…
PMNs
- granulocyte precurors mature in BM 6-10d... - spend 6-10h in c…
Coagulation cascade
- 7 = EXtrinsic; 12 = 1Ntrinsic... - accelerating factors: 8a an…
50 terms
USMLE-Rx Heme Exams
Sickle Cell Anemia
Pentoxifylline
AML treated with
CLL treated with
Presents with ... • Autosplenectomy (spleen is getting smaller)…
Enhances blood flow by increasing deformability of RBCs to de…
Daunorubicin and cytarabine
Fludarabine and rituximab
Sickle Cell Anemia
Presents with ... • Autosplenectomy (spleen is getting smaller)…
Pentoxifylline
Enhances blood flow by increasing deformability of RBCs to de…
87 terms
USMLE - Heme/Onc - Pharm
What prevents mast cell degranulation?
Aspirin
Ticlopidine/Clopidogrel
Abciximab
cromolyn sodium (used in asthma)
inhibits COX ... inhibits conversion of arachidonic acid to TXA
inhibits ADP-induced expression of GpIIb/IIIa
inhibits GpIIb/IIIa directly
What prevents mast cell degranulation?
cromolyn sodium (used in asthma)
Aspirin
inhibits COX ... inhibits conversion of arachidonic acid to TXA
12 terms
USMLE HEME/ONC.MSK
Clock-face chromatin?
Fetal Erythropoiesis occurs in?
Increased thickness of stratum ganulos…
Epidermal hyperplasia seen where?
Plasma Cells.
Young Liver Synthesizes Blood... Yolk Sack (3-8 weeks)... Liver (6…
Lichen Planus?... Psoriasis (instead you get increased thickne…
Acanthosis.
Clock-face chromatin?
Plasma Cells.
Fetal Erythropoiesis occurs in?
Young Liver Synthesizes Blood... Yolk Sack (3-8 weeks)... Liver (6…
36 terms
USMLE Rx - Heme/Onc
A patient has numbness and tingling in…
What transfusion therapy is used to tr…
What are the risks of blood transfusion?
A patient with liver cirrhosis has inc…
Citrate, an anticoagulant in stored blood, is a calcium chela…
Cryoprecipitate; because it contains fibrinogen, factor VIII,…
Infection, transfusion reactions, ... hypocalcemia, ... hyperkalemi…
Fresh frozen plasma, which will increase the coagulation fact…
A patient has numbness and tingling in…
Citrate, an anticoagulant in stored blood, is a calcium chela…
What transfusion therapy is used to tr…
Cryoprecipitate; because it contains fibrinogen, factor VIII,…
193 terms
USMLE/COMLEX Heme Onc
What is anisocytosis?
Type of amyloidosis seen in multiple m…
HbF is predominant over HbA for *the f…
Primary CNS lymphoma is typically comp…
Varying sizes of RBC
Primary Amyloidosis (AL)
...
B cells
What is anisocytosis?
Varying sizes of RBC
Type of amyloidosis seen in multiple m…
Primary Amyloidosis (AL)
105 terms
USMLE step 1 - heme/onc
measure of extrinsic clotting pathway
measure of intrinsic clotting pathway
elevated PT and PTT
Glu-->Val point mutation
PT
PTT
vitamin K deficiency... DIC
sickle cell disease
measure of extrinsic clotting pathway
PT
measure of intrinsic clotting pathway
PTT
125 terms
USMLE World Heme Onc
How does aplastic crisis present in si…
How does acute chest syndrome present…
How does Fanconi anemia present?
What is seen in sickle cell peripheral…
acute severe anemia with low or absent reticulocytes
fever, chest pain, infiltrate on chest x-ray. ... related to pul…
autosomal recessive ... congenital marrow failure... poor growth (s…
sickle cells and reticulocytes
How does aplastic crisis present in si…
acute severe anemia with low or absent reticulocytes
How does acute chest syndrome present…
fever, chest pain, infiltrate on chest x-ray. ... related to pul…
105 terms
Heme - Path, Uworld & USMLE
What is the first step in hemostasis
Where is vWF made?
When platelets bind to vWF, what is se…
What does ADP do
Transient vasoconstriction by Endothelin
W.P. bodies... Platelets themselves
ADP (from dense core granules)... TXA2
causes platelet to express GPIIb/IIIa (necessary for AGGREGAT…
What is the first step in hemostasis
Transient vasoconstriction by Endothelin
Where is vWF made?
W.P. bodies... Platelets themselves
96 terms
Heme Onc USMLE
Acute intermittent porphyria
Infectious Mono
Hepcidin
Vernet syndrome
porphobilogin deaminase deficiency ... acute attacks with nausea…
caused by EBV - gp350 attaches to the CD21 on B cells ... monosp…
controls iron homeostasis.... internalize ferroportin when hepci…
Effects jugular foramen... CN IX, X, XI ... uvula deviates away fro…
Acute intermittent porphyria
porphobilogin deaminase deficiency ... acute attacks with nausea…
Infectious Mono
caused by EBV - gp350 attaches to the CD21 on B cells ... monosp…
125 terms
USMLE World Heme Onc
How does aplastic crisis present in si…
How does acute chest syndrome present…
How does Fanconi anemia present?
What is seen in sickle cell peripheral…
acute severe anemia with low or absent reticulocytes
fever, chest pain, infiltrate on chest x-ray. ... related to pul…
autosomal recessive ... congenital marrow failure... poor growth (s…
sickle cells and reticulocytes
How does aplastic crisis present in si…
acute severe anemia with low or absent reticulocytes
How does acute chest syndrome present…
fever, chest pain, infiltrate on chest x-ray. ... related to pul…
170 terms
USMLE Step 1: Heme Onc
What is the job of erythrocytes?... What…
What is the normal size of an RBC on a…
What is:... Erythrocytosis?... Anisocytosi…
What is a reticulocyte?... What is the b…
What is the job of erythrocytes?... - RBCS carry O2 to tissues a…
...
Erythrocytosis?... = polycythemia = increased hematocrit... Anisoc…
What is a reticulocyte?... - immature RBCs... - reflects active ery…
What is the job of erythrocytes?... What…
What is the job of erythrocytes?... - RBCS carry O2 to tissues a…
What is the normal size of an RBC on a…
...
87 terms
Heme/onc pharm USMLE
What prevents mast cell degranulation?
Aspirin
Ticlopidine/Clopidogrel
Abciximab
cromolyn sodium (used in asthma)
inhibits COX ... inhibits conversion of arachidonic acid to TXA
inhibits ADP-induced expression of GpIIb/IIIa
inhibits GpIIb/IIIa directly
What prevents mast cell degranulation?
cromolyn sodium (used in asthma)
Aspirin
inhibits COX ... inhibits conversion of arachidonic acid to TXA
370 terms
USMLE-RX Heme
What vitamin supplement is necessary f…
What does Protein C and S cleavage?
If you don't give Vit. K to a new born…
What does XIIIa do?
Vit K. Necessary for the y-carboxylation of glutamic acid res…
Factors Va, and VIIIa
Factors Va, and VIIIa
Polymerizes soluble fibrin to form insoluble fibrin polymer.…
What vitamin supplement is necessary f…
Vit K. Necessary for the y-carboxylation of glutamic acid res…
What does Protein C and S cleavage?
Factors Va, and VIIIa
34 terms
USMLE Heme/Onc pharm
heparin
lepirudin and bivalirudin
warfarin (coumadin)
streptokinase
cofactor for the activation of antithrombin, decreases thromb…
directly inhibit thrombin and are used as an alternative to h…
interferes with normal synthesis and gamma carboxylation of v…
acts on both bound and free PLASMINOGEN (not clot specific),…
heparin
cofactor for the activation of antithrombin, decreases thromb…
lepirudin and bivalirudin
directly inhibit thrombin and are used as an alternative to h…
115 terms
USMLE -- HemeOnc / Renal
"A 69 y.o. male on Chemo has muscle ac…
Wiskott-Aldrich... .....Describe?... ....com…
Chediak-Higashi... ....gene?... ...phagocyt…
Anemia of Chronic Disease... ....what is…
**Tumor Lysis syndrome***... Tx == Alkalize urine + Allopurin…
Leukemia/Lymphoma
Defect in **LYST-1** (lysosomal storage gene)... ...***proble…
•Pathogenesis ◦production of hepcidin by liver... ◦functions to…
"A 69 y.o. male on Chemo has muscle ac…
**Tumor Lysis syndrome***... Tx == Alkalize urine + Allopurin…
Wiskott-Aldrich... .....Describe?... ....com…
Leukemia/Lymphoma
105 terms
Heme - Path, Uworld & USMLE
What is the first step in hemostasis
Where is vWF made?
When platelets bind to vWF, what is se…
What does ADP do
Transient vasoconstriction by Endothelin
W.P. bodies... Platelets themselves
ADP (from dense core granules)... TXA2
causes platelet to express GPIIb/IIIa (necessary for AGGREGAT…
What is the first step in hemostasis
Transient vasoconstriction by Endothelin
Where is vWF made?
W.P. bodies... Platelets themselves
125 terms
USMLE World Heme Onc
How does aplastic crisis present in si…
How does acute chest syndrome present…
How does Fanconi anemia present?
What is seen in sickle cell peripheral…
acute severe anemia with low or absent reticulocytes
fever, chest pain, infiltrate on chest x-ray. ... related to pul…
autosomal recessive ... congenital marrow failure... poor growth (s…
sickle cells and reticulocytes
How does aplastic crisis present in si…
acute severe anemia with low or absent reticulocytes
How does acute chest syndrome present…
fever, chest pain, infiltrate on chest x-ray. ... related to pul…
125 terms
USMLE World Heme Onc
How does aplastic crisis present in si…
How does acute chest syndrome present…
How does Fanconi anemia present?
What is seen in sickle cell peripheral…
acute severe anemia with low or absent reticulocytes
fever, chest pain, infiltrate on chest x-ray. ... related to pul…
autosomal recessive ... congenital marrow failure... poor growth (s…
sickle cells and reticulocytes
How does aplastic crisis present in si…
acute severe anemia with low or absent reticulocytes
How does acute chest syndrome present…
fever, chest pain, infiltrate on chest x-ray. ... related to pul…
10 terms
USMLE Secrets - Heme and Lymph
A child experiencing chest pain during…
Radiograph of skull that demonstrate a…
Repeated Blood transfusion will lead t…
Play close attention to age/racial/eth…
Acute Chest Syndrome in sickle cell patient
Sign of bone marrow expansion and is associated with... a)Thalas…
Hemochromatosis --> Bronze Diabetes... Iron deposit into heart,…
a-thalassemia : Common in African and Asians... b-thalaseemia: A…
A child experiencing chest pain during…
Acute Chest Syndrome in sickle cell patient
Radiograph of skull that demonstrate a…
Sign of bone marrow expansion and is associated with... a)Thalas…
42 terms
USMLE Heme/Onc
How does Direct Coombs work?
Does Direct Coombs measure IgG or IgM?
How does Indirect Coombs work?
Autoimmune hemolytic anemias are usual…
Anti Ig antibody (Coombs reagent) added to pt serum; RBCs agg…
IgG
Normal RBCs added to pt serum: if the serum contains anti-RBC…
Positive
How does Direct Coombs work?
Anti Ig antibody (Coombs reagent) added to pt serum; RBCs agg…
Does Direct Coombs measure IgG or IgM?
IgG
77 terms
Heme/ONC USMLE Flash Facts
monitor heparin with
where does heparin act
if you develop HIT, switch to
where do low molecular weight heparins…
PTT
activator of antithrombin; blocks thrombin and factor Xa
direct thrombin inhibitor like...... bivalirudin... dabigatran... arga…
inhibit factor Xa
monitor heparin with
PTT
where does heparin act
activator of antithrombin; blocks thrombin and factor Xa
106 terms
USMLE- Heme/Onc
Erythrocyte lifespan
Platelet lifespan
Erythrocytes anti porter
Platelet Dense granules
120 days
10 days
Hco3 out, Cl in
Adp and ca
Erythrocyte lifespan
120 days
Platelet lifespan
10 days
75 terms
Heme/Onc USMLE Step I
What is chronic myelogenous leukemia (…
What is the presentation for CML?
What are the labs for chronic myelogen…
What is DIC?
Age: 30-60 years. Defined by the Philadelphia chromosome (t[9…
Presentation: markedly increased numbers of circulating neutr…
Very low leukocyte alkaline phosphatase due to immature granu…
Disseminated Intravascular coagulation. Widespread activation…
What is chronic myelogenous leukemia (…
Age: 30-60 years. Defined by the Philadelphia chromosome (t[9…
What is the presentation for CML?
Presentation: markedly increased numbers of circulating neutr…
74 terms
Heme/Onc USMLE Step I
What is chronic myelogenous leukemia (…
What are the labs for chronic myelogen…
What is DIC?
What is the mutation in Sickle Cell An…
Age: 30-60 years. Defined by the Philadelphia chromosome (t[9…
Very low leukocyte alkaline phosphatase due to immature granu…
Disseminated Intravascular coagulation. Widespread activation…
HbS point mutation causes a single amino acid replacement in…
What is chronic myelogenous leukemia (…
Age: 30-60 years. Defined by the Philadelphia chromosome (t[9…
What are the labs for chronic myelogen…
Very low leukocyte alkaline phosphatase due to immature granu…
74 terms
Heme/Onc USMLE Step I
What is chronic myelogenous leukemia (…
What are the labs for chronic myelogen…
What is DIC?
What is the mutation in Sickle Cell An…
Age: 30-60 years. Defined by the Philadelphia chromosome (t[9…
Very low leukocyte alkaline phosphatase due to immature granu…
Disseminated Intravascular coagulation. Widespread activation…
HbS point mutation causes a single amino acid replacement in…
What is chronic myelogenous leukemia (…
Age: 30-60 years. Defined by the Philadelphia chromosome (t[9…
What are the labs for chronic myelogen…
Very low leukocyte alkaline phosphatase due to immature granu…
74 terms
Heme/Onc USMLE Step I
What is chronic myelogenous leukemia (…
What are the labs for chronic myelogen…
What is DIC?
What is the mutation in Sickle Cell An…
Age: 30-60 years. Defined by the Philadelphia chromosome (t[9…
Very low leukocyte alkaline phosphatase due to immature granu…
Disseminated Intravascular coagulation. Widespread activation…
HbS point mutation causes a single amino acid replacement in…
What is chronic myelogenous leukemia (…
Age: 30-60 years. Defined by the Philadelphia chromosome (t[9…
What are the labs for chronic myelogen…
Very low leukocyte alkaline phosphatase due to immature granu…
Heme/Onc USMLE Step I
What is chronic myelogenous leukemia (…
What are the labs for chronic myelogen…
What is DIC?
What is the mutation in Sickle Cell An…
Age: 30-60 years. Defined by the Philadelphia chromosome (t[9…
Very low leukocyte alkaline phosphatase due to immature granu…
Disseminated Intravascular coagulation. Widespread activation…
HbS point mutation causes a single amino acid replacement in…
What is chronic myelogenous leukemia (…
Age: 30-60 years. Defined by the Philadelphia chromosome (t[9…
What are the labs for chronic myelogen…
Very low leukocyte alkaline phosphatase due to immature granu…
26 terms
USMLE- Heme/Oncology
Erythropoietin increases the productio…
Which of these cells uptakes glucose b…
Which of these cells has a hexose mono…
Which of these cell types are derived…
Erythrocyte
Erythrocyte
Erythrocyte
Platelets
Erythropoietin increases the productio…
Erythrocyte
Which of these cells uptakes glucose b…
Erythrocyte
106 terms
USMLE step 1 - heme/onc
measure of extrinsic clotting pathway
measure of intrinsic clotting pathway
elevated PT and PTT
Glu-->Val point mutation
PT
PTT
vitamin K deficiency... DIC
sickle cell disease
measure of extrinsic clotting pathway
PT
measure of intrinsic clotting pathway
PTT
139 terms
USMLE Pharm 2016: Heme/Onc
Clopidogrel, prasugrel, ticagrelor, ti…
A 67 year old woman has transient isch…
Ticlopidine can cause what side effect?
Abciximab, eptifibatide, tirofiban
Block ADP from expressing GpIIb/IIIa = less platelet aggregat…
Clopidogrel
Neutropenia
Directly block GpIIb/IIIa from binding fibrinogen = no platel…
Clopidogrel, prasugrel, ticagrelor, ti…
Block ADP from expressing GpIIb/IIIa = less platelet aggregat…
A 67 year old woman has transient isch…
Clopidogrel
320 terms
10. FA Heme/Onc: USMLE Heme Onc
what is the WBC differential from most…
why are RBCs biconcave?
what do dense granules in platelets co…
what is the receptor for vWF? fibrinog…
neutrophils, lymphocytes, monocytes, eosinophils, basophils
allows for large surface area to volume ratio for increased g…
ADP, calcium; vWF Fibrinogen
GpIb; GpIIb/IIIa
what is the WBC differential from most…
neutrophils, lymphocytes, monocytes, eosinophils, basophils
why are RBCs biconcave?
allows for large surface area to volume ratio for increased g…
242 terms
MLK USMLE - Step1: Immuno + HemeOnc
LN
lymph drainage sites
spleen
thymus
a SECONDARY lymphoid organ... MANY LYMPH DUCT AFFERENTS SUPERFIC…
RIGHT lymphatic duct: drains RIGHT ARM and RIGHT HALF OF HEAD…
RED PULP:... SINUSOIDS = Long, vascular channels with FENESTRATE…
Tcell differentiation and maturation... ENCAPSULATED... 3rd BRANCHI…
LN
a SECONDARY lymphoid organ... MANY LYMPH DUCT AFFERENTS SUPERFIC…
lymph drainage sites
RIGHT lymphatic duct: drains RIGHT ARM and RIGHT HALF OF HEAD…
105 terms
USMLE step 1 - heme/onc
measure of extrinsic clotting pathway
measure of intrinsic clotting pathway
elevated PT and PTT
Glu-->Val point mutation
PT
PTT
vitamin K deficiency... DIC
sickle cell disease
measure of extrinsic clotting pathway
PT
measure of intrinsic clotting pathway
PTT
15 terms
USMLE STEP 1 Heme and Lymph
Erythrocyte... 1. Structure ... 2. Function
Leukocytes:... 1. Granulocyte... 2. Lymphocyte
Neutrophil... 1. Structure... 2. Function
Basophil... 1. Structure... 2. Function
1. STRUCTURE: Biconcave Disk Shape... - Maintained by submembran…
1. Granulocytes:... - Neutrophil... - Basophil... - Eosinophil... 2. Lyp…
1. STRUCTURE:... - Multilobed nucleus... - Granules containing lyso…
1. STRUCTURE:... - Bilobed nucleus... - Dark blue granules containi…
Erythrocyte... 1. Structure ... 2. Function
1. STRUCTURE: Biconcave Disk Shape... - Maintained by submembran…
Leukocytes:... 1. Granulocyte... 2. Lymphocyte
1. Granulocytes:... - Neutrophil... - Basophil... - Eosinophil... 2. Lyp…
218 terms
USMLE RX Heme Onc Pharm
What is Tx for HIT?
What are some direct thrombin inhibito…
What is HIT
When is Protamine sulfate used?
D/c Heparin, start a direct thrombin inhibitor
Argatroban and lepirudin
Heparin specifica ab form complexes with heparin and platelet…
Heparin OD
What is Tx for HIT?
D/c Heparin, start a direct thrombin inhibitor
What are some direct thrombin inhibito…
Argatroban and lepirudin
USMLE Rx-Repro, heme, onc
What is contained within the suspensat…
What do Cox-2 inhibitors decrease?
What is the karyotype of Turners and w…
What does Kleinfelter's syndrome look…
ovarian arteries and veins
prostaglandins, prostayclins, thromboxane
45, XO... ovarian dysgenesis, webbed neck, coarctation of aorta
45, XXY, phenotypical male with testicular atrophy, gynecomas…
What is contained within the suspensat…
ovarian arteries and veins
What do Cox-2 inhibitors decrease?
prostaglandins, prostayclins, thromboxane
98 terms
Usmle RX II heme+ ID
Treatment for hodgins puts you at risk…
Sezaey syndrome?
Itp treatment?
Empiric treament of severe diabetic fo…
Leukemia in 10 yrs
Sézary's syndrome is a term used to describe a systemic form…
Adults presenting with a platelet count <20,000/mm³ or with s…
Empiric treament of severe diabetic foot ulcers includes a br…
Treatment for hodgins puts you at risk…
Leukemia in 10 yrs
Sezaey syndrome?
Sézary's syndrome is a term used to describe a systemic form…
98 terms
Usmle RX II heme+ ID
Treatment for hodgins puts you at risk…
Sezaey syndrome?
Itp treatment?
Empiric treament of severe diabetic fo…
Leukemia in 10 yrs
Sézary's syndrome is a term used to describe a systemic form…
Adults presenting with a platelet count <20,000/mm³ or with s…
Empiric treament of severe diabetic foot ulcers includes a br…
Treatment for hodgins puts you at risk…
Leukemia in 10 yrs
Sezaey syndrome?
Sézary's syndrome is a term used to describe a systemic form…
242 terms
USMLE - Step1: Immuno + HemeOnc
LN
lymph drainage sites
spleen
thymus
a SECONDARY lymphoid organ... MANY LYMPH DUCT AFFERENTS SUPERFIC…
RIGHT lymphatic duct: drains RIGHT ARM and RIGHT HALF OF HEAD…
RED PULP:... SINUSOIDS = Long, vascular channels with FENESTRATE…
Tcell differentiation and maturation... ENCAPSULATED... 3rd BRANCHI…
LN
a SECONDARY lymphoid organ... MANY LYMPH DUCT AFFERENTS SUPERFIC…
lymph drainage sites
RIGHT lymphatic duct: drains RIGHT ARM and RIGHT HALF OF HEAD…
37 terms
USMLE STEP 1: Heme/Oncology Pharmacology
Heparin
Heparin Induced Thrombocytopenia (HIT)
Enoxaparin, Dalteparim, Fondparineux
Argatroban, Bivalirudin, Dabigatran, L…
M.O.A: Activator of Antithrombin III; *Decreases thrombin a…
Dev. of *IgG antibodies against Heparin-bound platelet factor…
Low Molecular Weight Heparins... M.O.A: Act more on Factor Xa,…
M.O.A: Direct thrombin inhibitors.... Clinical Use: Alt. to Hep…
Heparin
M.O.A: Activator of Antithrombin III; *Decreases thrombin a…
Heparin Induced Thrombocytopenia (HIT)
Dev. of *IgG antibodies against Heparin-bound platelet factor…
27 terms
USMLE DIT PART 12 HEME-ONC
Ca required for coagulation
A - 8 ... B (b9) - 9
IF granular pattern of immune complex…
HALT - has to do mostly with the Hb dy…
...
...
...
" taking air out of a ball" (air = hb)... ten more chance that b…
Ca required for coagulation
...
A - 8 ... B (b9) - 9
...
125 terms
USMLE World Heme Onc Step 2CK
How does aplastic crisis present in si…
How does acute chest syndrome present…
How does Fanconi anemia present?
What is seen in sickle cell peripheral…
acute severe anemia with low or absent reticulocytes
fever, chest pain, infiltrate on chest x-ray. ... related to pul…
autosomal recessive ... congenital marrow failure... poor growth (s…
sickle cells and reticulocytes
How does aplastic crisis present in si…
acute severe anemia with low or absent reticulocytes
How does acute chest syndrome present…
fever, chest pain, infiltrate on chest x-ray. ... related to pul…
14 terms
USMLE - Nucleotide/Amine/Heme Metabolism Disease
Alkaptonuria
Cystinuria
Hartnup Disease
Homocystinuria
AR · enzyme defect: Homogenistic Acid Oxidase · substrate: Ty…
AR · enzyme defect: Amino Acid Transporter in Renal Tubule ·…
AR · enzyme defect: Sodium-Dependent Transport Channel of Neu…
AR · enzyme defect: Cystathionine Synthase (NPTHM); ↓ affinit…
Alkaptonuria
AR · enzyme defect: Homogenistic Acid Oxidase · substrate: Ty…
Cystinuria
AR · enzyme defect: Amino Acid Transporter in Renal Tubule ·…
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