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USMLE step 1 - embryology
nerves and arteries associated with ph…
nerves and arteries associated with ph…
nerves and arteries associated with ph…
nerves and arteries associated with ph…
V-2, V-3... maxillary and external carotid arteries
VII... stapedial and hyoid arteries
IX... common and internal carotid arteries
X, superior laryngeal n.... subclavian artery and aortic arch
nerves and arteries associated with ph…
V-2, V-3... maxillary and external carotid arteries
nerves and arteries associated with ph…
VII... stapedial and hyoid arteries
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USMLE step 1 - neoplasias
protooncogenes with tyrosine kinase ge…
protooncogenes with transcription fact…
protooncogene with anti-apoptosis gene…
protooncogene with GTPase gene product
abl (CML)... erb (breast, ovarian, gastric ca)... ret (MEN2)
l-myc (lung cancer)... n-myc (neuroblastoma)... c-myc (Burkitt's ly…
bcl2 (lymphoma)
ras (colorectal cancer)
protooncogenes with tyrosine kinase ge…
abl (CML)... erb (breast, ovarian, gastric ca)... ret (MEN2)
protooncogenes with transcription fact…
l-myc (lung cancer)... n-myc (neuroblastoma)... c-myc (Burkitt's ly…
USMLE Step 1 Biochem
How is glycogen broken down?
Von Gierke's Disease
Pompe's Disease
Cori's Disease
1. Glycogen phosphorylase path (skeletal muscle) ... 2. Lysosoma…
Type I... Deficiency: Glucose-6-Phosphatase (converts G6P to glu…
Type II... Deficiency: Lysosomal alpha-1-4-glucosidase (acid mal…
Type III... Deficiency: debranching enzyme (alpha-1-6-glucosidas…
How is glycogen broken down?
1. Glycogen phosphorylase path (skeletal muscle) ... 2. Lysosoma…
Von Gierke's Disease
Type I... Deficiency: Glucose-6-Phosphatase (converts G6P to glu…
186 terms
USMLE Step 2
treatment for children with acute rheu…
smudge cells
reflexes in lambert eaten verses myast…
septic abortion
long acting benzathine pcn G until adulthood
CLL
- MG - brisk... - lambery eaten: loss of reflexes
-medical emergency... - Tx: blood end endometrial cultures, IV f…
treatment for children with acute rheu…
long acting benzathine pcn G until adulthood
smudge cells
CLL
1,048 terms
USMLE STEP 1 Microbiology
What is a special cellular component o…
What is the special component of bacte…
Where are the normal flora found? Cont…
Are there normal flora in the blood or…
Ergosterol ... A major sterol
Peptidoglycan
Location:... - found on body surfaces contiguous with outside en…
No... Sterile environment
What is a special cellular component o…
Ergosterol ... A major sterol
What is the special component of bacte…
Peptidoglycan
USMLE Step 1 Antibiotics
Penicillin mechanism
penicillin use
penicillin toxicity
penicillinase resistant penicillins
binds to penicillin binding proteins in peptidoglycan (blocks…
gram positives and syphilis
hypersensitivity reactions, hemolytic anemia
methicillin, nafcillin, dicloxacillin
Penicillin mechanism
binds to penicillin binding proteins in peptidoglycan (blocks…
penicillin use
gram positives and syphilis
USMLE STEP 1 Pharmacologytony_a_Martinez
What are the major functions of the α1…
What are the major functions of the α2…
What are the major functions of the β1…
What are the major functions of the β2…
Increase vascular smooth muscle contraction, increase pupilla…
Decrease sympathetic outflow, decrease insulin release, decre…
Increase heart rate, increase contractility, increase renin r…
Vasodilation, bronchodilation, increase lipolysis, increase i…
What are the major functions of the α1…
Increase vascular smooth muscle contraction, increase pupilla…
What are the major functions of the α2…
Decrease sympathetic outflow, decrease insulin release, decre…
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USMLE step 1 - mnemonics
causes of cardiac tamponade
causes of dilated cardiomyopathy
causes of microcytic hypochromic anemia
causes of acute pancreatitis
heART CUPS... aortic dissection (retrograde/Stanford type 1)... ru…
PumP DIET... pregnancy... post-viral... doxorubicin (irreversible)... id…
CLITS... chronic disease (late)... lead poisoning... iron deficiency…
GET SMASHED... gall stones... EtOH... trauma... steroids... mumps... autoimmun…
causes of cardiac tamponade
heART CUPS... aortic dissection (retrograde/Stanford type 1)... ru…
causes of dilated cardiomyopathy
PumP DIET... pregnancy... post-viral... doxorubicin (irreversible)... id…
USMLE Step 1- Neuroscience
Neural tubes
Neural crest cells
Schwannomas... Acoustic Neuroma
Multiple Sclerosis(MS)
Forms skeletal motor neurons + axons of preganglionic autonom…
Forms sensory neurons+ postganglionic autonomic neurons
Typically affect VIII nerve fibers ... Seen in neurofiromatosis…
Injury to Oligodendrocytes ... Motor & Sensory Deficits... Vision L…
Neural tubes
Forms skeletal motor neurons + axons of preganglionic autonom…
Neural crest cells
Forms sensory neurons+ postganglionic autonomic neurons
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USMLE Step 2 pharma
Induction of P450 (7)
Inhibition of P450 (6)
Metabolized via P450
meds risking digoxin toxicity (4)
Quinidine, Barbiturates, St.Johns wart, Phenytoin, Rifampin,…
Cimetidine, Ketokonazole, IHN, Grapefruit, Erythromycine, Sol…
Benzodiazepines, Amide anesthetics, Metoprolol, propanolol, n…
Quinidine, cimetidine, amiodarone, CCBs
Induction of P450 (7)
Quinidine, Barbiturates, St.Johns wart, Phenytoin, Rifampin,…
Inhibition of P450 (6)
Cimetidine, Ketokonazole, IHN, Grapefruit, Erythromycine, Sol…
870 terms
USMLE STEP 1 Pharmacology
What are the major functions of the α1…
What are the major functions of the α2…
What are the major functions of the β1…
What are the major functions of the β2…
Increase vascular smooth muscle contraction, increase pupilla…
Decrease sympathetic outflow, decrease insulin release, decre…
Increase heart rate, increase contractility, increase renin r…
Vasodilation, bronchodilation, increase lipolysis, increase i…
What are the major functions of the α1…
Increase vascular smooth muscle contraction, increase pupilla…
What are the major functions of the α2…
Decrease sympathetic outflow, decrease insulin release, decre…
870 terms
USMLE STEP 1 Pharmacology
What are the major functions of the α1…
What are the major functions of the α2…
What are the major functions of the β1…
What are the major functions of the β2…
Increase vascular smooth muscle contraction, increase pupilla…
Decrease sympathetic outflow, decrease insulin release, decre…
Increase heart rate, increase contractility, increase renin r…
Vasodilation, bronchodilation, increase lipolysis, increase i…
What are the major functions of the α1…
Increase vascular smooth muscle contraction, increase pupilla…
What are the major functions of the α2…
Decrease sympathetic outflow, decrease insulin release, decre…
1,048 terms
USMLE STEP 1 Microbiology
What is a special cellular component o…
What is the special component of bacte…
Where are the normal flora found? Cont…
Are there normal flora in the blood or…
Ergosterol ... A major sterol
Peptidoglycan
Location:... - found on body surfaces contiguous with outside en…
No... Sterile environment
What is a special cellular component o…
Ergosterol ... A major sterol
What is the special component of bacte…
Peptidoglycan
870 terms
USMLE STEP 1 Pharmacology
What are the major functions of the α1…
What are the major functions of the α2…
What are the major functions of the β1…
What are the major functions of the β2…
Increase vascular smooth muscle contraction, increase pupilla…
Decrease sympathetic outflow, decrease insulin release, decre…
Increase heart rate, increase contractility, increase renin r…
Vasodilation, bronchodilation, increase lipolysis, increase i…
What are the major functions of the α1…
Increase vascular smooth muscle contraction, increase pupilla…
What are the major functions of the α2…
Decrease sympathetic outflow, decrease insulin release, decre…
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USMLE Step 3 Nephrology
Prerenal azotemia will have the follow…
Mechanism of Elevation of BUN in Prere…
Rx of prerenal azotemia
Postrenal Azotemia (Obstructive Uropat…
·· BUN to creatinine ratio of > 15:1 and often > 20:1... ·· Urin…
Low volume status increases ADH. ADH increases urea absorptio…
is entirely based on the underlying cause.
- will give an elevated BUN-to-creatinine ratio of > 15:1,... si…
Prerenal azotemia will have the follow…
·· BUN to creatinine ratio of > 15:1 and often > 20:1... ·· Urin…
Mechanism of Elevation of BUN in Prere…
Low volume status increases ADH. ADH increases urea absorptio…
118 terms
USMLE step 1 - micro
reassortment
recombination
treatment for mycoplasma pneumoniae
positive cold agglutination test
viruses with segmented genomes
viruses with non-segmented genomes
macrolides (-thromycin)
mycoplasma pneumoniae (IgM against RBCs)
reassortment
viruses with segmented genomes
recombination
viruses with non-segmented genomes
199 terms
USMLE Step 3
nystagmus in awake or agitated patient…
hiking outdoors, scratch a bug bite wi…
what are EKG findings for WPW?
baby with GBS positive mom... a) what abx…
PCP intoxication
a) sporotrichosis... b) itraconazole for 3-6 months
short PR interval (<0.12 s)... wide QRS... delta wave
a) ampicillin, penicillin, or cefazolin... b) >= 4 hours b/f del…
nystagmus in awake or agitated patient…
PCP intoxication
hiking outdoors, scratch a bug bite wi…
a) sporotrichosis... b) itraconazole for 3-6 months
870 terms
USMLE STEP 1 Pharmacology
What are the major functions of the α1…
What are the major functions of the α2…
What are the major functions of the β1…
What are the major functions of the β2…
Increase vascular smooth muscle contraction, increase pupilla…
Decrease sympathetic outflow, decrease insulin release, decre…
Increase heart rate, increase contractility, increase renin r…
Vasodilation, bronchodilation, increase lipolysis, increase i…
What are the major functions of the α1…
Increase vascular smooth muscle contraction, increase pupilla…
What are the major functions of the α2…
Decrease sympathetic outflow, decrease insulin release, decre…
1,048 terms
USMLE STEP 1 Microbiology
What is a special cellular component o…
What is the special component of bacte…
Where are the normal flora found? Cont…
Are there normal flora in the blood or…
Ergosterol ... A major sterol
Peptidoglycan
Location:... - found on body surfaces contiguous with outside en…
No... Sterile environment
What is a special cellular component o…
Ergosterol ... A major sterol
What is the special component of bacte…
Peptidoglycan
87 terms
USMLE step 1 - CV
stable angina with ST depression
unstable angina with ST depression
angina at rest with ST elevation
coronary steal syndrome
atherosclerosis (thin fibrous plaque)
thrombosis without necrosis
Prinzmetal\'s angina: coronary artery spasm due to endothelia…
vasodilator aggravates coronary ischemia by shunting blood fr…
stable angina with ST depression
atherosclerosis (thin fibrous plaque)
unstable angina with ST depression
thrombosis without necrosis
870 terms
USMLE STEP 1 Pharmacology
What are the major functions of the α1…
What are the major functions of the α2…
What are the major functions of the β1…
What are the major functions of the β2…
Increase vascular smooth muscle contraction, increase pupilla…
Decrease sympathetic outflow, decrease insulin release, decre…
Increase heart rate, increase contractility, increase renin r…
Vasodilation, bronchodilation, increase lipolysis, increase i…
What are the major functions of the α1…
Increase vascular smooth muscle contraction, increase pupilla…
What are the major functions of the α2…
Decrease sympathetic outflow, decrease insulin release, decre…
690 terms
USMLE STEP 1 Pharmacology
Drugs that cause coronary vasospasm (3)
Drugs that cause cutaneous flushing (4)
Drugs that cause Torsades de pointes (6)
Drugs that cause adrenocortical insuff…
Cocaine, sumatriptan, ergot alkaloids
Vancomycin, Adenosine, Niacin, CCB (VANC)
Class III (e.g., sotalol) and class IA (e.g., quinidine) anti…
HPA suppression 2° to glucocorticoid withdrawal
Drugs that cause coronary vasospasm (3)
Cocaine, sumatriptan, ergot alkaloids
Drugs that cause cutaneous flushing (4)
Vancomycin, Adenosine, Niacin, CCB (VANC)
342 terms
USMLE Step 2 CK
Adolescent male athlete with pain and…
Lymphatic malignancy associated with l…
Patient with fever and neutropenia. Wh…
Child with loss of hair on scalp. Scal…
Osgood-Schlatter
Lymphangiosarcoma
Febrile neutropenia. Usually due to Pseudomonas. Tx: empiric…
Tinea capitis. Dx with KOH examination. Tx with Griseogulvin…
Adolescent male athlete with pain and…
Osgood-Schlatter
Lymphatic malignancy associated with l…
Lymphangiosarcoma
184 terms
Dermatology USMLE Step 2
Non-bullous Impetigo
Hepers Zoster syndromes
Varicella (Chicken Pox)
Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis
staph aureus or A beta-hemolytic strep... Vesicles → rupture → *…
Ophthalmic branch: Lesion on tip of the nose (Hutchinson's si…
"Dewdrop on rose petal"... Lesions of different stages present…
Affects 30-100% of skin surface... *Targetoid lesions/bullae w/…
Non-bullous Impetigo
staph aureus or A beta-hemolytic strep... Vesicles → rupture → *…
Hepers Zoster syndromes
Ophthalmic branch: Lesion on tip of the nose (Hutchinson's si…
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…
41 terms
USMLE Step 1 Antiarrhythmics
Class IA drugs
Class IA mechanism
Class IA use
Drugs used in WPW
Quinidine, Procainamide, Disopyramide
- INCR AP duration... - INCR effective refractory period... - INCR…
- Atrial and ventricular arrhythmias
Procainamide and Amiodarone
Class IA drugs
Quinidine, Procainamide, Disopyramide
Class IA mechanism
- INCR AP duration... - INCR effective refractory period... - INCR…
1,048 terms
USMLE STEP 1 Microbiologytony_a_Martinez
What is a special cellular component o…
What is the special component of bacte…
Where are the normal flora found? Cont…
Are there normal flora in the blood or…
Ergosterol ... A major sterol
Peptidoglycan
Location:... - found on body surfaces contiguous with outside en…
No... Sterile environment
What is a special cellular component o…
Ergosterol ... A major sterol
What is the special component of bacte…
Peptidoglycan
38 terms
USMLE step 1 - endocrine
Turner's syndrome hormonal abnormalities
absence of C peptide in hypoglycemia
how do glocucorticoids help maintain BP?
how do glucocorticoids contribute to o…
inc LH and FSH, dec estrogen
exogenous insulin administration
upregulation of alpha1 receptors
inhibit differentiation of osteoblasts
Turner's syndrome hormonal abnormalities
inc LH and FSH, dec estrogen
absence of C peptide in hypoglycemia
exogenous insulin administration
49 terms
USMLE step 1 - reproductive
causes of elevated alpha-fetoprotein
causes of decreased alpha-fetoprotein
ovary epithelium type
fallopian tube epithelium type
multiples... abdominal wall defects... neural tube defects... hepatoce…
Down syndrome... Edwards' syndrome
simple suboidal
simple columnar, ciliated
causes of elevated alpha-fetoprotein
multiples... abdominal wall defects... neural tube defects... hepatoce…
causes of decreased alpha-fetoprotein
Down syndrome... Edwards' syndrome
106 terms
USMLE step 1 - renal
RBC casts in urine
WBC casts in urine
granular casts in urine
waxy casts in urine
glomerulonephritis... ischemia... malignant hypertension
tubulointerstitial inflammation... pyelonephritis... transplant rej…
acute tubular necrosis
advanced/chronic renal disease
RBC casts in urine
glomerulonephritis... ischemia... malignant hypertension
WBC casts in urine
tubulointerstitial inflammation... pyelonephritis... transplant rej…
486 terms
USMLE Step 3
What is the proper follow up of a palp…
patients with spontaneous hypokalemia…
A febrile reaction (not hemolytic reac…
Human bites are often associated with…
over 30 mammogram and ultrasound. Under 30 ultrasound alone,…
Hyperaldosteronism, screen with plasma aldosterone to plasma…
reaction of antibodies in the pt's plasma to donor leukocytes…
alpha-hemolytic strep, staph aureus, eikenella corrodens, hae…
What is the proper follow up of a palp…
over 30 mammogram and ultrasound. Under 30 ultrasound alone,…
patients with spontaneous hypokalemia…
Hyperaldosteronism, screen with plasma aldosterone to plasma…
141 terms
USMLE Step 3 Rheum
RA Extra-articular manifestations
RA is defined as having 4 or more of t…
RA Dx
Felty Syndome
Nerves - C1/C2 subluation (arm paresthesias + hyperreflexia);…
·· Morning stiffness lasting more than 1 hour... ·· Wrist and fi…
with a constellation of physical findings,... joint problems, an…
• Rheumatoid arthritis... • Splenomegaly... • Neutropenia
RA Extra-articular manifestations
Nerves - C1/C2 subluation (arm paresthesias + hyperreflexia);…
RA is defined as having 4 or more of t…
·· Morning stiffness lasting more than 1 hour... ·· Wrist and fi…
779 terms
USMLE Step 2 CK
Anabolic steroid
phencyclidine
Basal cell Ca
Bordetella Pertussis
aggression... androgen-stimulated erythropoiesis... decreased HDL
hallucination... agitation... midriasis... tachycardia & HTN (cocaine…
skin-colored nodule with ulcer... most common skin cancer
Macrolide (Azithromycin, Clarithromyci, Erythromycin)... Prophyl…
Anabolic steroid
aggression... androgen-stimulated erythropoiesis... decreased HDL
phencyclidine
hallucination... agitation... midriasis... tachycardia & HTN (cocaine…
427 terms
USMLE Step 2 Random
What other electrolyte should be check…
How does hypomagnesemia cause hypocalc…
Abscess located over the upper or lowe…
Chronic granulomatous inflammation of…
Mg
HypoMg induces resistance to PTH and decreases PTH secretion
Hordeolum
Chalazion
What other electrolyte should be check…
Mg
How does hypomagnesemia cause hypocalc…
HypoMg induces resistance to PTH and decreases PTH secretion
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…
114 terms
USMLE STEP 1 - Nutrition
A... D... E... K
B1 (Thiamine, TPP)... B2... B3... B5... B6... B12... C (…
B12... Folate... Stored in liver
Dermatitis... Glossitis... Diarrhea
Fat soluble vitamins?
Water soluble vitamins?
What water soluble vitamins do not wash out easily from the b…
B-complex deficiencies: result in what?
A... D... E... K
Fat soluble vitamins?
B1 (Thiamine, TPP)... B2... B3... B5... B6... B12... C (…
Water soluble vitamins?
93 terms
USMLE Step 1 Immunology
1st and 2nd pharyngeal pouch
3rd and 4th pharyngeal pouch
acute graft rejection
hypersensitivity myocarditis
middle ear and auditory tube, supratonsillar fossa
thymus and inferior parathyroid gland, superior parathyroid a…
dense interstitial lymphocytic infiltrate.
perivascular infiltrate with abundant eosinophils. Believed t…
1st and 2nd pharyngeal pouch
middle ear and auditory tube, supratonsillar fossa
3rd and 4th pharyngeal pouch
thymus and inferior parathyroid gland, superior parathyroid a…
USMLE STEP 1 Pharmacology
What are the major functions of the α1…
What are the major functions of the α2…
What are the major functions of the β1…
What are the major functions of the β2…
Increase vascular smooth muscle contraction, increase pupilla…
Decrease sympathetic outflow, decrease insulin release, decre…
Increase heart rate, increase contractility, increase renin r…
Vasodilation, bronchodilation, increase lipolysis, increase i…
What are the major functions of the α1…
Increase vascular smooth muscle contraction, increase pupilla…
What are the major functions of the α2…
Decrease sympathetic outflow, decrease insulin release, decre…
251 terms
Musculoskeletal USMLE Step 2
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
171 terms
USMLE Step 1 Pharmacology
Baclofen
Omeprazole/Lansoprazole
Finasteride
Amantadine
GABA-B receptor agonist. ... Tmt: spasticity secondary to brain…
Proton pump inhibitors ... Block gastric acid secretion from…
5-alpha-reductase inhibitor (decrease conversion of testoster…
Antiviral influenza agent w/ dopaminergic and anticholinergic…
Baclofen
GABA-B receptor agonist. ... Tmt: spasticity secondary to brain…
Omeprazole/Lansoprazole
Proton pump inhibitors ... Block gastric acid secretion from…
869 terms
USMLE STEP 1 Pharmacology
What are the major functions of the α1…
What are the major functions of the α2…
What are the major functions of the β1…
What are the major functions of the β2…
Increase vascular smooth muscle contraction, increase pupilla…
Decrease sympathetic outflow, decrease insulin release, decre…
Increase heart rate, increase contractility, increase renin r…
Vasodilation, bronchodilation, increase lipolysis, increase i…
What are the major functions of the α1…
Increase vascular smooth muscle contraction, increase pupilla…
What are the major functions of the α2…
Decrease sympathetic outflow, decrease insulin release, decre…
870 terms
USMLE STEP 1 Pharmacology
What are the major functions of the α1…
What are the major functions of the α2…
What are the major functions of the β1…
What are the major functions of the β2…
Increase vascular smooth muscle contraction, increase pupilla…
Decrease sympathetic outflow, decrease insulin release, decre…
Increase heart rate, increase contractility, increase renin r…
Vasodilation, bronchodilation, increase lipolysis, increase i…
What are the major functions of the α1…
Increase vascular smooth muscle contraction, increase pupilla…
What are the major functions of the α2…
Decrease sympathetic outflow, decrease insulin release, decre…
94 terms
USMLE Step 3 Pulmonology
Asthma and reactive airway disease... are…
FEV1/FVC < 0.7 usually indicates...
lung volumes review (image)
flow-volume loop patterns (image)
increase in the FEV1 of > 12 % OR FVC; and an increase > 200m…
Airway obstruction (DDx: astham, COPD, bronchoectasis)
Asthma and reactive airway disease... are…
increase in the FEV1 of > 12 % OR FVC; and an increase > 200m…
FEV1/FVC < 0.7 usually indicates...
Airway obstruction (DDx: astham, COPD, bronchoectasis)
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 want to 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 want to g…
Diagnosis of intraamniotic infection
RF is prolonged rupture of meembranes ... infecitons are often p…
251 terms
USMLE Step 2: 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
522 terms
USMLE Step 3 Review
Tx of IBS
CCS, What test should you order for IBS?
Umbilical hernia in newborns is associ…
What three metabolic conditions do mos…
Best initial therapy: Fiber... If fiber fails: Antispasmodic/…
1. Stool: stool guiac, leukocytes, cultures, ova & parasites.…
Congenital hypothyroidism ... Screen with TSH (you should scree…
1. Phenylketonuria ... 2. Galactosemia ... 3. Hypothyroidism
Tx of IBS
Best initial therapy: Fiber... If fiber fails: Antispasmodic/…
CCS, What test should you order for IBS?
1. Stool: stool guiac, leukocytes, cultures, ova & parasites.…
1,048 terms
USMLE STEP 1 Microbiology
What is a special cellular component o…
What is the special component of bacte…
Where are the normal flora found? Cont…
Are there normal flora in the blood or…
Ergosterol ... A major sterol
Peptidoglycan
Location:... - found on body surfaces contiguous with outside en…
No... Sterile environment
What is a special cellular component o…
Ergosterol ... A major sterol
What is the special component of bacte…
Peptidoglycan
1,011 terms
USMLE step 3
Clues to ischemic disease
PE findings for ischemic chest pain
MI: diagnostic testing: ... 1. first test…
Treatment for ACS:
dull pain... 15-30 minutes... occurs on exertion... substernal... radiate…
S3 (dilated LV)... S4 (hypertrophic LV)... holosystolic murmur (MR)…
1. EKG... 2. treat first... 3. ASA... 4. CK-MB, troponins, stress test…
Things that lower mortality: ... ASA-- instant platelet inhibito…
Clues to ischemic disease
dull pain... 15-30 minutes... occurs on exertion... substernal... radiate…
PE findings for ischemic chest pain
S3 (dilated LV)... S4 (hypertrophic LV)... holosystolic murmur (MR)…
514 terms
USMLE Step 3 Review
Tx of IBS
CCS, What test should you order for IBS?
Umbilical hernia in newborns is associ…
What three metabolic conditions do mos…
Best initial therapy: Fiber... Antispasmodic/Anticholingergics…
1. Stool: stool guiac, leukocytes, cultures, ova & parasites.…
Congenital hypothyroidism ... Screen with TSH (you should screen…
1. Phenylketonuria ... 2. Galactosemia ... 3. Hypothyroidism
Tx of IBS
Best initial therapy: Fiber... Antispasmodic/Anticholingergics…
CCS, What test should you order for IBS?
1. Stool: stool guiac, leukocytes, cultures, ova & parasites.…
202 terms
USMLE Step 1 Cardiovascular
Heart Embryology: Truncus arteriosus
Heart Embryology: Bulbus cordis
Heart Embryology: Primitive atrium
Heart Embryology: Primitive ventricles
Ascending aorta and pulmonary trunk
Smooth parts [outflow tract] of left and right ventricles
Trabeculated parts of the left and right atria
Trabeculated part of left and right ventricles
Heart Embryology: Truncus arteriosus
Ascending aorta and pulmonary trunk
Heart Embryology: Bulbus cordis
Smooth parts [outflow tract] of left and right ventricles
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