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18 terms
USMLE
Erythema multiforme
mobiliform rash
Urticaria
Porphyria cutanea tarde
target like/iris like skin lesions on palms and soles of feet…
looks like measeles after drug reaction = mild urticaria
photosensitivity, hyper pigmentation... Bulla with sun exposure…
Erythema multiforme
target like/iris like skin lesions on palms and soles of feet…
mobiliform rash
looks like measeles after drug reaction = mild urticaria
1,452 terms
USMLE
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 ... "…
824 terms
USMLE
What impact do valsalva and standing u…
Which pathological heart sound/murmur…
How is MG treated?
Scopolamine MOA
Both decrease venous return to the heart which decreases LV v…
S3 (also heard best at end expiration)
cholinesterase inhibitor such as pyridostigmine
selective muscarinic ACh receptor antagonist (mostly acts in…
What impact do valsalva and standing u…
Both decrease venous return to the heart which decreases LV v…
Which pathological heart sound/murmur…
S3 (also heard best at end expiration)
466 terms
USMLE
Hydroxyurea inhibits
6-Mercaptopurine inhibits
5-flourouracil inhibits
MTX and TMP inhibit
ribonucleotide reductase (pyrimidine synthesis). Build up of…
De novo purine synthesis. Metabolized by xanthine oxidase-> i…
thymidylate synthase (pyrimidine synthesis). Blocks dUMP-> dTMP
dihydrofolate reductase (TMP in bacterial only)... SE of MTX: st…
Hydroxyurea inhibits
ribonucleotide reductase (pyrimidine synthesis). Build up of…
6-Mercaptopurine inhibits
De novo purine synthesis. Metabolized by xanthine oxidase-> i…
824 terms
USMLE
What impact do valsalva and standing u…
Which pathological heart sound/murmur…
How is MG treated?
Scopolamine MOA
Both decrease venous return to the heart which decreases LV v…
S3 (also heard best at end expiration)
cholinesterase inhibitor such as pyridostigmine
selective muscarinic ACh receptor antagonist (mostly acts in…
What impact do valsalva and standing u…
Both decrease venous return to the heart which decreases LV v…
Which pathological heart sound/murmur…
S3 (also heard best at end expiration)
468 terms
USMLE
Diseases with Psammoma Bodies
Cancers caused by mutation on Rb gene
B Cell surface proteins
Macrophages surface proteins
P-SA-MM-oMa... Papillary carcinoma of thyroid... Serous papillary c…
Retinoblastoma... Osteosarcoma... Breast... Lung... Colon
Ig... CD 19, 20, 21, 40... MHC II, B7
CD 14, 40... MHC II, B7... Fc and C3b receptors
Diseases with Psammoma Bodies
P-SA-MM-oMa... Papillary carcinoma of thyroid... Serous papillary c…
Cancers caused by mutation on Rb gene
Retinoblastoma... Osteosarcoma... Breast... Lung... Colon
1,452 terms
USMLE
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 ... "…
1,452 terms
USMLE
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 ... "…
45 terms
USMLE
TERATOGENS
ACE Inhibitors
Alkylating agents
Aminoglycosides (gentamicin, streptamy…
Most susceptible during 3-8 weeks (organogenesis)
Renal Damage
Absence of digits
CN VIII toxicity... Used for gram neg only
TERATOGENS
Most susceptible during 3-8 weeks (organogenesis)
ACE Inhibitors
Renal Damage
1,452 terms
USMLE
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 ... "…
217 terms
USMLE
Ant. NTD
Post. NTD
increased acetylcholinesterase on amni…
Hirschprung's disease
anencephaly, encephalocele
spina bifida occulta, meningocele, meningomyelocele
failed fusion; also will have increased AFP in both mom and b…
failed migration. failure of neural crest cells to migrate in…
Ant. NTD
anencephaly, encephalocele
Post. NTD
spina bifida occulta, meningocele, meningomyelocele
19 terms
USMLE
absolute contraindications for OCPs
Dig Toxicity
Hyperlipidemia treatment precipitates…
What two anti-hyperlipidemia drugs whe…
1. prior history of stroke... 2. history of E-dependent tumor... 3.…
-fatigue, confusion, weakness... -COLOR alterations... -anorexia, v…
AE of NIACIN treatment... -niacin works by decreasing hepatic sy…
Fibric acid derivitives (gemfibrozil / Fenofibrate)... + Statins
absolute contraindications for OCPs
1. prior history of stroke... 2. history of E-dependent tumor... 3.…
Dig Toxicity
-fatigue, confusion, weakness... -COLOR alterations... -anorexia, v…
190 terms
USMLE
How do you evaluate for a pulsatile ab…
when do surgically repair and AAA
What is tx for acute coronary syndrome
What is metabolic syncrome
Abdominal US and CT
>5.5 cm... rapidly enlarging... symptomatic... ruptured
ASA... Heparin... clopidogrel... morphine... O2... SubL Nitro... IV BB
High TG, abdominal obesity, low HDL, HTN, insulin resistance,…
How do you evaluate for a pulsatile ab…
Abdominal US and CT
when do surgically repair and AAA
>5.5 cm... rapidly enlarging... symptomatic... ruptured
200 terms
USMLE
Follicular Lymphoma
argatroban, lepirudin, bivalirudin, da…
tenecteplase and reteplace
colchicine MOA and AE
t(14:18) inc Bcl-2
direct thrombin inhibitors (factor IIa)
tPa
binds tubulin; nausea, gi upset
Follicular Lymphoma
t(14:18) inc Bcl-2
argatroban, lepirudin, bivalirudin, da…
direct thrombin inhibitors (factor IIa)
USMLE
histones
heterochromatin vs euchromatin
DNA methylation
histone methylation vs acetylation
-rich in lysine and arginine... -H1 binds to nucleosome
-hetero: condensed; see barr bodies; dark on EM... -eu: less con…
-occurs in replication... -methylation at CpG islands inhibits t…
-meth: reversibly represses transcription... -acetyl: relaxes co…
histones
-rich in lysine and arginine... -H1 binds to nucleosome
heterochromatin vs euchromatin
-hetero: condensed; see barr bodies; dark on EM... -eu: less con…
783 terms
usmle
patellafemoral syndrome
tibial tenderness
polyarthritis with WBC's and septic fe…
rheumatic fever
test by pushing patella and extending the knee
osgood schlatter disease, in kiddos
gonoccocal arthritis until proven otherwise
occurs 2-4 weeks after strep, migratory arthritis, erythema r…
patellafemoral syndrome
test by pushing patella and extending the knee
tibial tenderness
osgood schlatter disease, in kiddos
377 terms
USMLE
Libman-Sacks Endocarditis
HACEK
Janeway lesions
Osler nodes
sterile vegetations on the surface and undersurface of mitral…
Haemophilus, Actinobacillus, Cardiobacterium, Eikenella, King…
Non-tender maculae palms and soles- infective endocarditis
tender subQ nodules on distal pads of digits- infective endoc…
Libman-Sacks Endocarditis
sterile vegetations on the surface and undersurface of mitral…
HACEK
Haemophilus, Actinobacillus, Cardiobacterium, Eikenella, King…
26 terms
USMLE
What age does a child start pointing t…
What age does the moro reflex disappear?
What age does the rooting reflex disap…
What age does the palmar reflex disapp…
12 months
3 months
4 months
6 months
What age does a child start pointing t…
12 months
What age does the moro reflex disappear?
3 months
53 terms
USMLE
Glioblastoma Multiforme
Zenker Diverticulum
Traction Diverticulum
Stroke
1. most frequent primary malignant astrocytoma of CNS [Grade…
1. False Diverticulum ... 2. Herniation of the mucosa at a point…
1. True diverticulum ... 2. Involves all layers of the esophagus…
1. If head CT rules out hemorrhagic stroke, treat an acute is…
Glioblastoma Multiforme
1. most frequent primary malignant astrocytoma of CNS [Grade…
Zenker Diverticulum
1. False Diverticulum ... 2. Herniation of the mucosa at a point…
366 terms
USMLE Anatomy
Where are proteins produced by free ri…
What are three types of proteins produ…
What are three main functions of Smoot…
How can you differentiate Golgi from a…
nucleus, peroxisome, mitochondria.
Secretory proteins, membrane proteins or lysozomal enzymes...…
Hydroxylation reactions (using P450)... Conjugation reactions... St…
Golgi has a curvature to its cisternae and has blebs on the e…
Where are proteins produced by free ri…
nucleus, peroxisome, mitochondria.
What are three types of proteins produ…
Secretory proteins, membrane proteins or lysozomal enzymes...…
15 terms
USMLE
Chloride (Cl-)
Sodium (Na+)
Creatinine, serum
Creatinine kinase, serum (male)
95-105 mEq/L
136-146 mEq/L
.6-1.2 mg/dl
25-90 U/L
Chloride (Cl-)
95-105 mEq/L
Sodium (Na+)
136-146 mEq/L
61 terms
USMLE
TLR activn results in upreguln of...
role of prostaglandins
5-lipoxygenase produces...
role of LTB4
NFkB: activates immune response genes
vascular permeability... vasodiln
LTB4, LTC4, LTD4, LTE4
attracts and activates neutrophils
TLR activn results in upreguln of...
NFkB: activates immune response genes
role of prostaglandins
vascular permeability... vasodiln
20 terms
USMLE
Fabry disease: ... deficient enzyme... Accum…
Gaucher disease:... deficient enzyme... Accu…
Neimann-Pick disease:... deficient enzyme…
Tay -Sachs disease:... deficient enzyme... A…
alpha-galactosidase A... ceramide trihexoside
Glucocerebrosidase (beta-glucosidase)... glucocerebroside
sphingomyelinase... sphingomyelin
Hexosaminidase A... GM2 ganglioside
Fabry disease: ... deficient enzyme... Accum…
alpha-galactosidase A... ceramide trihexoside
Gaucher disease:... deficient enzyme... Accu…
Glucocerebrosidase (beta-glucosidase)... glucocerebroside
95 terms
USMLE
TB antibiotics
mitral tricuspid aortic pulmonic
ETC
Varicose Vein symptoms
STRIPE... STremptomycin... Rifampicin... Isoniazid... Pyrizinamide... Ethamb…
Many Things Are Possible... Heart Valve Closure Sequence
Rotenone's site of action. ... Site specific inhibitor of comple…
AEIOU... Aching... Eczema... Itching... Oedema... Ulceration/Ugly (LDS,haemo…
TB antibiotics
STRIPE... STremptomycin... Rifampicin... Isoniazid... Pyrizinamide... Ethamb…
mitral tricuspid aortic pulmonic
Many Things Are Possible... Heart Valve Closure Sequence
180 terms
USMLE
Tumor lysis syndrome labs
P Vera treatment
Hemorrhoid treatment (thrombosed exter…
De quervains tenosynovitis
Hyperkalemia, hyperphosphatemia, hyperuricemia, hypocalcemia
Phlebotomy... If >60 / prior thrombosis / CV risk: Hydroxyurea... A…
> 3 days: Nothing. Pain will subside... < 3 days: -I&D -> quick…
Entrapment of Extensor Policis Brevis causing pain shortly af…
Tumor lysis syndrome labs
Hyperkalemia, hyperphosphatemia, hyperuricemia, hypocalcemia
P Vera treatment
Phlebotomy... If >60 / prior thrombosis / CV risk: Hydroxyurea... A…
1,662 terms
USMLE Cards
Addisons Disease
Addisonian Anemia
Albrights Syndrome
Alports Syndrome
1. Primary adrenocortical deficiency
2. Pernicious anemia (antibodies to intrinsic factor or parie…
3. Polyostotic fibrous dysplasia, precocious puberty, cafØ au…
4. Hereditary nephritis with nerve deafness
Addisons Disease
1. Primary adrenocortical deficiency
Addisonian Anemia
2. Pernicious anemia (antibodies to intrinsic factor or parie…
56 terms
USMLE
Paroxysmal Nocturnal Hemoglobinuria
Sickle Cell Anemia
Autoimmune hemolytic anemia
Macroangiopathic anemia
Mutated GPI anchor for decay accelerating factor (CD55) - com…
HbS point mutation in b-chain (glutamic acid -> valine) at po…
Warm = IgG seen in SLE, CLL, a-methyldopa... Cold= IgM seen in C…
Prosthetic heart valves and aortic stenosis can cause hemolyt…
Paroxysmal Nocturnal Hemoglobinuria
Mutated GPI anchor for decay accelerating factor (CD55) - com…
Sickle Cell Anemia
HbS point mutation in b-chain (glutamic acid -> valine) at po…
2,000 terms
USMLE Prep!
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
307 terms
USMLE
What bugs produce pink colonies on Mac…
Name the Lactose fermentating enteric…
What bugs produce Purple/black colonie…
What bacteria grows colonies with gree…
Citrobacter... Klebsiella... E. Coli... Enterobacter ... Serratia
Citrobacter... Klebsiella... E. Coli... Enterobacter ... Serratia
Lactose fermenters
E. coli
What bugs produce pink colonies on Mac…
Citrobacter... Klebsiella... E. Coli... Enterobacter ... Serratia
Name the Lactose fermentating enteric…
Citrobacter... Klebsiella... E. Coli... Enterobacter ... Serratia
9 terms
USMLE
Merocrine
Apocrine
Holocrine
Myxomatous degeneration
EXOCYTOSIS (no cell membrane lost) - Salivary, Sweat, Pancrea…
Membrane-bound vesicles (lose membrane) - Mammary
Cell LYSIS - Sebaceous, Meibomian
Weakening of CT, fragmentation of elastic tissue
Merocrine
EXOCYTOSIS (no cell membrane lost) - Salivary, Sweat, Pancrea…
Apocrine
Membrane-bound vesicles (lose membrane) - Mammary
591 terms
USMLE Facts
Causes of dilated cardiomyopathy:
Common characteristics of:... - Thromboti…
Causes of restrictive cardiomyopathy:
Signs of irreversible cell injury:
- Alcohol (wet beri-beri)... - Coxsackie B myocarditis... - Cocaine…
- Platelet activation... - Diffuse microvascular thrombosis (bra…
- Sarcoidosis... - Amyloidosis (transthyretin deposition)... - Post…
- Apoptosis (pyknosis, karyorhexis, karyolysis)... - Plasma memb…
Causes of dilated cardiomyopathy:
- Alcohol (wet beri-beri)... - Coxsackie B myocarditis... - Cocaine…
Common characteristics of:... - Thromboti…
- Platelet activation... - Diffuse microvascular thrombosis (bra…
32 terms
USMLE
Pemphigus Vulgaris
Pancoast Tumor
Meckel's Diverticulum
Crohn
IgG AB against desmoglein 1 and 3 that bind epidermal keratin…
Invades the cervical ganglion leading to Horner's syndrome
present with brisk, painless lower Gi bleeding from tissue ul…
present with elevated ESR
Pemphigus Vulgaris
IgG AB against desmoglein 1 and 3 that bind epidermal keratin…
Pancoast Tumor
Invades the cervical ganglion leading to Horner's syndrome
12 terms
usmle
how does sleeping on the couch sound
you know something?
i told lynette you were this mousy lit…
actually,you told that to me
睡沙发怎么样
你知道吗?
我跟勒奈特说过你是个窝囊的失败者
事实上,你直接跟我说的
how does sleeping on the couch sound
睡沙发怎么样
you know something?
你知道吗?
66 terms
USMLE
pseudopalisading necrosis
Polycythemia in brain tumor
Brain tumor associated with Neurofibro…
Brain tumor associated with von Hippel…
Glioblastoma
Hemangioblastoma
Schwannoma
Hemangioblastoma
pseudopalisading necrosis
Glioblastoma
Polycythemia in brain tumor
Hemangioblastoma
9 terms
USMLE
Patient with loss of motor/ sensory fu…
Describe the presentation of an epidur…
Describe the precursor branches of the…
Describe the findings of an epidural h…
Anterior cerebral artery... Loss of sensory and motor function i…
Patient hits head during a fall. No symptoms were present aft…
External carotid --> Maxillary --> Middle meningeal
• CT shows biconvex/ lentiform (shaped like a lens) ... hyperde…
Patient with loss of motor/ sensory fu…
Anterior cerebral artery... Loss of sensory and motor function i…
Describe the presentation of an epidur…
Patient hits head during a fall. No symptoms were present aft…
36 terms
USMLE
What are the P450 inducers?
What is first line drug treatment for…
What are the nerve innervations of the…
How is Isoniazid metabolized? What def…
Guiness, Coronas and PBRS... -Griseofulvin... -Carbamazepine... -Pheny…
Benzodiazepines
Anterior 2/3: Motor XII, Sensory V3, Taste VII... Posterior 1/3:…
Acetylation in the liver ... Vitamin B6 deficiency
What are the P450 inducers?
Guiness, Coronas and PBRS... -Griseofulvin... -Carbamazepine... -Pheny…
What is first line drug treatment for…
Benzodiazepines
21 terms
USML
1
2
3
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22 C.F.R. 121.1... Firearms, Close Assault Weapons and Combat S…
22 C.F.R. 121.1... Guns and Armament
22 C.F.R. 121.1... Ammunition/Ordnance
22 C.F.R. 121.1... Launch Vehicles, Guided Missiles, Ballistic…
1
22 C.F.R. 121.1... Firearms, Close Assault Weapons and Combat S…
2
22 C.F.R. 121.1... Guns and Armament
1,518 terms
USMLE World
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
768 terms
USMLE: Pharmacology
M-M kinetics:... Vmax is proportional to__
M-M kinetics:... Km is inversely related…
enzymatic rxns that have a sigmoid, ra…
an X-intercept on a L-B plot farther t…
enzyme conc
affinity of enzyme for substrate
cooperative kinetics
higher Km = lower affinity
M-M kinetics:... Vmax is proportional to__
enzyme conc
M-M kinetics:... Km is inversely related…
affinity of enzyme for substrate
1,000 terms
USMLE: Neurology
neural development:... notochord induces___
neural development:... neural plate gives…
neural development:... notochord beccomes…
alar plate (dorsal)--->... basal plate (v…
overlying ectoderm to differentiate into neuroectoderm and fo…
neural tube... neural crest cells
nucleus pulposum of intervertebral discs in adults
sensory... motor
neural development:... notochord induces___
overlying ectoderm to differentiate into neuroectoderm and fo…
neural development:... neural plate gives…
neural tube... neural crest cells
110 terms
USMLE: GI
Achalasia
Slow waves
peristaltic waves of contraction that…
benign; most common tumor or parotid g…
- absent myenteric ganglia -> loss of LES motor function ... - e…
- depolarizations & repolarizations of smooth m. of musclaris…
migrating motility complex (MMC)
pleomorphic adenoma (aka mixed tumor)
Achalasia
- absent myenteric ganglia -> loss of LES motor function ... - e…
Slow waves
- depolarizations & repolarizations of smooth m. of musclaris…
167 terms
USMLE - Embryology
Sonic hedgehog gene
Wnt-7 gene
FGF gene
Homeobox gene
Produced at BASE OF LIMBS ... AP AXIS
Produced at APICAL ECTODERMAL RIDGE ... DV AXIS
Produced at APICAL ECTODERMAL RIDGE... Stimulates mitosis of und…
segmental organization of embryo in CRANIOCAUDAL direction... M…
Sonic hedgehog gene
Produced at BASE OF LIMBS ... AP AXIS
Wnt-7 gene
Produced at APICAL ECTODERMAL RIDGE ... DV AXIS
366 terms
USMLE Anatomy
Where are proteins produced by free ri…
What are three types of proteins produ…
What are three main functions of Smoot…
How can you differentiate Golgi from a…
nucleus, peroxisome, mitochondria.
Secretory proteins, membrane proteins or lysozomal enzymes...…
Hydroxylation reactions (using P450)... Conjugation reactions... St…
Golgi has a curvature to its cisternae and has blebs on the e…
Where are proteins produced by free ri…
nucleus, peroxisome, mitochondria.
What are three types of proteins produ…
Secretory proteins, membrane proteins or lysozomal enzymes...…
202 terms
USMLE Pulmonology
How far in airways do each of the foll…
Type I vs Type II Pneumocytes... - Which…
Calculation of Collapsing Pressure (P)…
What is pulmonary surfactant made of?
- Cartilage and goblet cells extend to the end of the bronchi…
Type I line the alveoli (97% of alveolar surface). They are s…
P = 2 (surface tension) / radius... So alveoli have a high tend…
It's a complex mix of lecithins, the most important of whic…
How far in airways do each of the foll…
- Cartilage and goblet cells extend to the end of the bronchi…
Type I vs Type II Pneumocytes... - Which…
Type I line the alveoli (97% of alveolar surface). They are s…
250 terms
USMLE - MSK
Grabbing a tree branch to break a fall…
Describe the epithelial cell junctions…
Loss of E-cadhere?
Role of integrins in epithelial cells
Tear/traction of lower trunk, C8-T1 nerve roots "Lanky Tree…
(1) Tight junctions (zona occludens) to control electrolyte m…
Loss of E-cadheren from the adherens junction can promote met…
Membrane proteins that maintain integrity of basolateral me…
Grabbing a tree branch to break a fall…
Tear/traction of lower trunk, C8-T1 nerve roots "Lanky Tree…
Describe the epithelial cell junctions…
(1) Tight junctions (zona occludens) to control electrolyte m…
1,000 terms
USMLE: Neurology
neural development:... notochord induces___
neural development:... neural plate gives…
neural development:... notochord beccomes…
alar plate (dorsal)--->... basal plate (v…
overlying ectoderm to differentiate into neuroectoderm and fo…
neural tube... neural crest cells
nucleus pulposum of intervertebral discs in adults
sensory... motor
neural development:... notochord induces___
overlying ectoderm to differentiate into neuroectoderm and fo…
neural development:... neural plate gives…
neural tube... neural crest cells
362 terms
USMLE: Respiratory
components of conducting zone
function of conducting zone structures
how far through conducting zone do car…
location of pseudostratified ciliated…
large airways: nose, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi... small:…
warm, humidify, filter air
end of bronchi
begin at terminal bronchioles... (transition to simple cuboidal
components of conducting zone
large airways: nose, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi... small:…
function of conducting zone structures
warm, humidify, filter air
768 terms
USMLE: Pharmacology
M-M kinetics:... Vmax is proportional to__
M-M kinetics:... Km is inversely related…
enzymatic rxns that have a sigmoid, ra…
an X-intercept on a L-B plot farther t…
enzyme conc
affinity of enzyme for substrate
cooperative kinetics
higher Km = lower affinity
M-M kinetics:... Vmax is proportional to__
enzyme conc
M-M kinetics:... Km is inversely related…
affinity of enzyme for substrate
1,518 terms
USMLE World
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
10 terms
USMLE: Embryology
Sacrococcygeal teratomas
Chordoma
Caudal dysplasia (sirenomelia)
Branchial apparatus
- thought to arise from primitive streak
- tumor from remnants of notoCHORD, found either intracranial…
- constellation of syndromes ranging from minor lesions of lo…
mnemonic: C!AP covers outside to inside... - *CLEFTS A/W PATHOLO…
Sacrococcygeal teratomas
- thought to arise from primitive streak
Chordoma
- tumor from remnants of notoCHORD, found either intracranial…
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