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1

Most common site for varicose veins

Superficial Saphenous veins

2

Disappearance of pulse when the arm is outstretched and the patient looks to the side of the outstretched arm

Adson test in Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

3

What are the 2 large vessel arteritis?

Temporal and Takayasu

4

Pulseless disease

Takayasu Arteritis

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fever, arthritis, night sweats, myalgia, skin nodules, ocular disturbances, weak pulses on UE

5

Most common form of systemic vasculitis in adults

Temporal Arteritis

6

segmental transmural necrotizing inflammation of small to medium-sized arteries, sparing the pulmonary arteries

Polyarteritis Nodosa (PAN)

7

Most common acquired heart disease in children associated with Mucocutaneous lymph node syndrome

Kawasaki Disease
(fever, conjunctival hemorrhage, edema of hands of feet, erythema of palms and soles, skin rash with desquamation, lymph node enlargement)

8

Affects smaller blood vessels with lesions of the same age, and does not spare the pulmonary blood vessels

Microscopic polyangitis/polyarteritis

9

Associated with bronchial asthma, allergic rhinitis, eosiniphilia, spares the renal vessels

Churg-Strauss Syndrome
(allergic granulomatosis and angiitis)

10

Triad of Wegener Granulomatosis

1. Necrotizing granulomas (nasopharynx-central necrosis & accompanying)
2. Necrotizing vasculitis (lungs)
3. necrotizing glomerulitis

11

Associated with patients less than 35 years old, M>F, smoking presenting. Morphology: sharply segmental acute and chronic vasculitis of medium sized and small arteri; thrombus with microabscesses.

Resting pain of forefoot

Thromboangtiitis Obliterans

12

pallor or cyanosis of hands, feet, nose and ears due to cold induced vasoconstriction

Reynaud Phenomenon
(White-Blue-Red)

13

Largest single type of vascular tumor; closely packed, thin walled capillaries

Capillary Hemangioma

14

staghorn vascular pattern microscopically believed to be derived from pericytes with fleshy or spongy consistency

Hemangiopericytoma