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Granulomas are seen with:

T-cell mediated vasculitis, (granulomatous inflammation with Termporal Aretritis), Wegener's Granulomatosis, Churg-Strauss syndrome, NOT RF!

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Inc ESR seen with:

systemic vasculitits, temporal arteritis,

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Segmental diseases:

temporal arteritis, polyarteritis nodosa

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polymyalgia rheumatica is assoc w:

temporal arteritis

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Nodular diseases:

temporal arteritis, polyarteritis nodosa, Churg-Strauss syndrome, RF, lymphadenopathy, nodular sclerosis Hodgkin's Disease,

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Diseases that involve immune complexes:

polyarteritis nodosa, systemic vasculitis, H-S Purpura

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D. assoc w Hep B:

polyarteritis nodosa

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PMN infiltrate is seen with:

polyarteritis nodosa, H-S purpura, sinusitis, whooping cough

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neuropathy is related to:

polyarteritis nodosa, Churg-Strauss

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Is kidney d. in polyarteritis nodosa due to glomerulonephritis or arteritis?

arteritis

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D.'s that present with GI issues:

PAN, H-S Purpura,

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purple skin lesions, assoc with:

PAN, RF (erythema marginatum)

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ANCA related vascuolopathies

Wegener’s granulomatosis, Microscopic polyangitis, Churg-Strauss syndrome

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c-ANCA, Abs against:

proteinase 3

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p-ANCA, Ab's against:

myeloperoxidase

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Involve polyangitis:

Microscopic polyangitis, Wegener's Granulomatosis,

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Necrotizing vasculitis:

Wegener's Granulomatosis, H-S Purpura

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Is kidney d. in Wegener's Granulomatosis glomerular or related to arteritis?

glomerular

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Crescentic, RPGN, pauci-immune, all related to:

Wegener's Renal Disease

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Eosinophils prominent:

Churg-Strauss syndrome, Hodgkin's Disease,

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Prodromes:

Churg-Strauss syndrome, Whooping cough, viral myocarditis

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Common cause of death with Churg-Strauss syndrome:

myocarditis

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D's that may have renal involvement:

H-S Purupura, PAN, Wegener's Granulomatosis, Multiple myeloma

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D's that can be vascular or extravascular:

Wegene's Granulomatosis, Chrug-Strauss syndrome

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Related to URI:

H-S purpura (esp strep infection), Otitis media, laryngitis,

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Proteinuria:

H-S Purpura

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Inc Serum IgA:

H-S Purpura, Multiple Myeloma

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Related to Leukoclastic vacsulitis:

H-S Purpura

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Organism connected to Otitis Media and acute Sinusitis:

strep pneumonia, H. influenza, Moraxella (sinusitis: also allergic rhinitis, oral infection, obstruction of ostia)

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Etiology of chronic sinusitis:

anaerobes like bacteroides

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Reactive:

nasal polyps, nodular sclerosis Hodgkin's Disease,

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Homer-Wright rosettes are assoc. w.:

Olfactory Neuroblastoma

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hyperplasia is related to:

singer's nodes, NOT HEART!

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Acute bronchitis, bacterial or viral?

viral, influenza, adenovirus

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exotoxins are related to:

whooping cough/ bordetella pertusis,

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murmurs are related to:

RF, mitral stenosis

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Endocarditis is related to:

Infective: mitral stenosis

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Related to strep infections:

H-S Purpura, RF,

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Stenosis is related to:

RF, acute or chronic, age

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Jones Criteria is related to:

RF

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3 parts of Jones Criteria:

inflammation w rheumatic component, heart disease, recent GAS infection

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3 parts of Jones Criteria:

inflammation w rheumatic component, heart disease, recent GAS infection

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Arrythmia, EKG abnormalities, related to:

RF,

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Arrythmia, EKG abnormalities, related to:

RF, mitral stenosis, dilated cardiomyopathy, myocarditis, hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, Arrhythmogenic RV Cardiomyopathy

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CHF related to:

RF, atrial fibrillation, dilated cardiomyopathy, myocarditis, hypertrophic cardiomyopathy

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Fibrinoid necrosis is related to:

RF

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Giant cells are related to:

RF, myocarditis

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Signature lesion of RF:

mitral stenosis

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Inc L atrial P:

RF,

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nidus of IE:

fibrin deposition

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Malignant diseases assoc w NBTE:

adenocarcinomas of pancreas, GI tract, and lung

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Affect normal valves:

acute IE and NBTE

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Endocarditis most likely to give rise to emboli:

NBTE, non-destructive often

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L-ven hypertrophy is related to:

CHF, aortic stenosis

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Angina is related to:

aortic stenosis, fixed coronary obstruction

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Most common heart tumor in adults:

cardiac myxoma

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Acutre phase reactants:

cardiac myxoma

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Related to embolism:

cardiac myxoma

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Lymphoplasmacytoid Lymphoma

Waldenstrom’s Macroglobulinemia

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plasma cell dyscrasia, MGUS:

IgA or IgG producing

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Lymphoid neoplasm, MGUS:

IgM producing

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When to do SPEP:

whenever a monoclonal serum protein is uspected

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m protein in seurm:

MGUS, MM,

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Rouleau is related to:

MM

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Bence-Jones Proteins:

mm

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Beriberi is related to:

dilated cardiomyopathy