9/29 Flashcards Preview

UWORLD Notecards > 9/29 > Flashcards

Flashcards in 9/29 Deck (89)
Loading flashcards...
1

what cells produce anti mullein hormone

serotli cells

2

what cells produce internal make reproductive organs

leydig cells

3

what stimulates the wollfian duct to turn into male internal genitalia

leydig cell (testosterone)

4

what is responsible for the external male genitalia

dihydrotestosterone

5

ambiguous genitalia in men occurs when

17 alpha hydroxylase deficiency

6

ambiguous genitalia in females occurs when

congenital adrenal hyperplasia ( androgen excess)

7

deficiency in MAC complements C5b-C9b will cause

constant neisseria infections

8

releasing factors recognize what kind of codons?

stop codons

9

what facilitates the release of the polypeptide from the ribosome, stopping protein synthesis

releasing factors

10

charged tRNA does what

delivers the amino acids for protein synthesis

11

prior to fertilizations what stage is the secondary oocyte in

arrested at metaphase of meiosis 2

12

what phase is the primary oocyte arrested in before puberty

prophase of meiosis 1

13

name some antiEGFR drugs

cetuximab and panitumumab

14

what is the first line treatment for bulimia

fluoxetine. nutritional rehabilitation and psychotherapy

15

what amphetamine drug has been used to treat binge eating disorder

lisdexamfetamine

16

what kind of drug is desipramine

TCA

17

use of ACEI and ARBS during pregnancy can cause what in the baby (5)

anuria (failure of kidney to make urine)
oligohydraminos
pulmonary hypoplasia
limb contractures
calvarium problems

18

what kind of drug is methyldopa

alpha 2 agonist

19

pancreatic islet cell tumor called VIPOma can cause what symptoms

large watery diarrhea
hypokalemia and lack of acid production

20

what antibiotic is an agonist to motion and stimulates movement in the stomach and the duodenum

erythromycin

21

someone with korsakoff syndrome who receives thiamine will have a reverse in every symptom except

memory loss

22

CD15 is seen on what cell

Reed Sternburg cells

23

iron absorption in the gut mainly happens where

in the primal jejunum and the duodenum

24

in a Billroth 2 gastrojejunostomy what part of the stomach is removed to decrease acid production

antrum

25

pyridoxine is absorbed where in the bowel

jejunum and ileum

26

st elevation in leads II, III and aVF shows an infarct in what vessel in 90% of people

RCA

27

st elevations in V1-V4 ( anterior septum) would be an infarct in what vessel

LAD

28

ST elevation in V5-V6 is an infarct in what vessel

LCX

29

the posterior inferior wall of the heart is supplied by

the posterior descending branch of the RCA (90% OF PEOPLE)

30

SA NODE RECEIVES blood from the

RCA