Flashcards in Acronym Deck (20):
what are the DNA viruses
what is the only one that is single stranded DNA
DNA viruses are HHAPPPy
Hepadna (HBV=acute/chronic hepatitis)
Herpes (HSV-2=genital lesion, HSV-1=oral lesions, varicella zoster==chickenpox/shingles, EBV=mono/burkitt and hodkins lymphoma, HHV-6=roseola/exanthem subitum, HHV-8=kaposi sarcoma)
Adneo (pharyngitis, hemmorrhagic cystitis, pneumonia, conjunctivits)
Pox (smallpox, molluscum contagiosum)
Parvo (B19 virus=slapped cheeks syndrome/5th disease, hydrous fetalis in babies, arthritis in adults)
Papilloma (HPV=warts, CIN, cervical cancer)
Polyoma (JC virus=junky cerebrum/leukoencephalopathy in HIV, BK virus=Bad Kidney/transplant patients)
parvovirus is SSdna because its "par-of-a-virus"
G6PD deficiency RBCs are suceptible to, risk factors, and whats on peripheral smear?
"(oxidative) STRESS makes me eat BITES of FAVA BEANS with HEINZ ketchup"
Nerves for reflexes (biceps, triceps, patella, achilles, cremaster, anal wink reflex)?
S1,2 "buckle my shoe (achilles)
L3, 4 "kick the door" (patellar reflex)
C5, 6 "pick up sticks" (biceps reflex)
C7, 8 "lay them straight" (triceps reflex)
L1,2 "testicles move" (cremaster reflex)
S3,4 "winks galore" (anal wink reflex)
extraocular muscles 3,4, and 6 innervate
the "chemical formula" LR6SO4R3
surface to deep=Come Let's Get Sun Burnt
Stratum Corneum (keratin)
Stratum Spinosum (spines=desmosomes)
Stratum Basale (stem cell site)
essential amino acids
ME, VAL, and LEUCI, ISOLated HIS PHEindish LYS THRE TRPs
what drugs are eliminated by zero-order kinetics
PEA's are round like a 0 (zero)
what are psammoma bodies seen in?
PSaMMoma bodies are seen in:
Papillary carcinoma of thyroid
Serous papillary cystadenocarcinoma of ovary
things associated with the most common urinary tract cancer?
Transitional cell carcinoma
associated with problems in your Pee SAC
Potter syndrome is associated with?
Renal failure (in utero)
glycogen storage diseases?
Very Poor Carbohydrate Metabolism
Von Gierke disease (Glucose-6-phosphatase-hypoglycemia and increased blood lactate)
Pompe disease (lysosomal alpha 1-4 glycosides Cardiomyopathy)
Cori disease (alpha 1,6 glycosides-hypoglycemia and normal blood lactate)
Mcardle disease (Myophosphorylase--painful muscle cramps in exercise)
Acetylcholinesterase inhibitor poisoning symptoms?
Excitation (of muscle and CNS)
Aorta and IVC
Pancreas (except tail)
Colon (ascending and descending)
Esophagus (lower 2/3rd)
structures of the Brachial plexus
Randy Travis Drinks Cold Beer
drugs that inhibit cytochrome p450
Acute alcohol abuse
Drugs that induce Cytochrome p450
Gunness, Coronas, and PBRS, induce Chronic alcoholism
St. Johns wort
what are the classes of antiarythmic medications
Some Block Potassium Channels
Sodium (Na) channel blockers
Potassium (K) channel blockers
Calcium (Ca) channel blockers
what are the class 1 antiarythmics and which ones are each subclass
1A = Double Quarter Pounder
2B = Lettuce, Mayo, Tomato
3C = Fries Please
Disopyramide, Quinidine, Procainamide
Lidocaine, Mexiletine, Tocainide
what are the class 3 antiarythmic drugs