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Drugs that cause gynecomastia Some Drugs Create Awkward Knockers

Spirinolactone Digitalis Cimetidine Alcohol Ketoconazole

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Breast Cancer gene and chromosome

BRCA1 Chromosome 17 BRCA2 Chromosome 13

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Von Hippel Lindau gene and chromosome

VHL gene on chromosome 3

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Familial Adenomatous Polyposis gene and chromosome

APC gene on chromosome 5

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Wilm's tumor gene and chromosome

WT1 gene at chromose 11

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Neurofibromatosis type 2 gene and chromosome

NF2 gene at chromosome 22

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Myotonic Dystrophy or Beckers. What is the trinucleotide repeat.

CTG

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Desmosome vs Hemidesmosome

Ab vs Macula Adherens or Desmosome is due to Pemphigous Vulgaris. Ab vs Hemidesmosomes is Bullous Pemphigoid. Hemidesmosomes are down Bullow.

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PSaMMoma Bodies

Papillary Thyroid Ca Serous CystadenoCa Meningioma Mesothelioma

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Tuberous Sclerosis gene and chromosome

TSC1 on chromosome 9

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Insulin independent glucose uptake BRICK L

Brain RBCs Intestine Cornea Kidney Liver

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What cells produce glucacon insulin somatostatin and ghrelin

Alpha glucagon beta insulin delta somatostatin epsilon ghrelin

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Wermers Syndrome

MEN1 3Ps Pituitary Parathyroid Pancreas

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Sipples Syndrome

MEN2A Medullary Thyroid Ca Parathyroid Pheochromocytoma

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MEN3

Oral Ca Medullary Thyroid Ca Pheochormocytoma

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Hormones that bind to a cell membrane receptor with CAMP as secondary messenger FLAT ChAMP

FSH LH ACTH TSH CRH hCG ADH (V2 R) MSH PTH calcitonin GHRH Glucagon

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Hormones that use an Internal Steroid Receptor

Estrogen Aldosterone Testosterone Vitamin D T3 T4 Progesterone Glucocorticoids

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Hormones using Intrinsic Tyrosine Kinase via MAP Kinase Path

Growth factors inlcuding Insulin IGF1 FGF PDGF EGF

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Hormones using cGMP

Think Vasodilators ANP NO

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Hormones using Receptor associated Tyrosine Kinase via JAK STAT pathway

Think acidophiles GAP and cytokines GH PRL cytokines IL2 IL6 IL8 IFN

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Ketogenic Amino Acids Ketongenic mala Leprosy

Leucin Lysin pvt tim haLL

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FYI Doble Use Amino Acids Ketogenic at Glucogenic

F Phenylalanine Y Tyrosine I Isoleucine W Twiptophan PvT TIm hall

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Glucogenic use amino acids

pVt tiM Hall Valine Methionine Histidine

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Sphenoid Bone (Middle Cranial Fossa) Superior Orbital Fissure

CN III IV V1 VI

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Sphenoid Bone (Middle Cranial Fossa) Foramen Spinosum

Middle Meningeal Artery

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Cranial V exit Standing Room Only Sphenoid Bone exits

Sphenoid V1 Foramen Rotundum V2 Foramen Ovale V3

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Internal Auditory Meatus

CN VII VIII

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Jugular Foramen

CN IX X Xi Jugular vein

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Hypoglossal canal

CN XII

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Cranial Nerve Sensory or Motor mnemonic

Some Say Marry Money But My Brother Says Big Brains Matter Most

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HLA DR2

MS SLE Goodpastures

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HLA B27

Psoriasis Ankylosing Spondylitis Reiters Syndrome IBD

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HLA B8

Graves Celiac Sprue

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HLA DR5

Hashinotos Thyroiditis Pernicious Anemia

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Hypersensitivity Reaction SLE Hashinotos and MS

SLE Type III MS and Hashimoto Type IV

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HCTZ side effects hyperGLUC

HyperGglycemia HyperLipidemia HyperUricemia HyperCalcemia HypoK

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Ziel Neelsen

TB

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Congo red stain

Amyloid

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India ink

Cryptococcus neoformans

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Giemsa stain

Plasmodium Chlamydia Borrelia Trypanosomes

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Periodic Acid Shiff

Whipples disease by Tropheryma whipplei

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Mucle to open mouth by lowering jaw

Lateral pterygoids Mnemonic laterals lower M muscles MUNCH Medial pterygoids teMporalis Masseter

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It is harder to keep your mouth shut than to open it

3 muscles to CLOSE Medial pterygoids teMporalis Masseter 1 muscle to open LATERAL PTERYGOID

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In ankle injury what ligament is the weakest and most commonly injured

Talofibular ligament which is a lateral ligament

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Adducts AND FLEXES thigh at hip joint

Pectineus ms

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Flexes thigh AND EXTENDS leg

Rectus femoris

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Nonlinear Mesangial deposits

Iga Nephropathy or Bergers NOT buergers ds AND

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Linear immunoflouresence

Good Pasture Ds

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Action of SOMATOSTATIN

inhibit SOMATOTROPHIN eponym GH

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Inhibit MICROTUBULES

Vincristine vinblastin Paclitaxol Colchicine

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Inhibit EGF receptors

MABs Transtuzumab breast Cetuximab colon Bevacizumab head neck

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Lipofuscin in colon

Melanosis coli

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Events of acute inflammation 5

1Vasoconstriction arterioles 2Vasodilation arterioles 3Inc permeability of venules 4Swelling of tissues 5Reduced blood flow

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Leukocyte extravasation events 4

1Rolling 2Tight binding 3Diapedesis 4Migration

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Largest protein

Titin

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Glanzman Thrombasthenia like drugs

Abciximab Eptifibatide Tirofiban are Glycoprotein IIb IIIa inhibitors

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Direct thrombin inhibitors

Argatroban Lepirudin meds for HIT

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Brachial pouch 1 derivaties

1Middle ear cavity 2Eustachian tube 3Mastoid air cells

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Brachial pouch 2 derivaties

Epithelial lining of palatine tonsils

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Brachial pouch 3derivaties

1thymus 2L and R inferior parathyroids

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Brachial pouch 4 derivaties

L and R superior parathyroids

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MAO inhibitors MAO TAKES PRIDE IN SHANGHAI

Tranylcypromine Phenelzine Isocaboxazid Selegiline

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Most potent vasoconstrictor in trauma

Endothelium 1 activated by ADH

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Most potent vasoconstrictor

ADH

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Paleocerebellum

spinocerebellum or anterior lobe GAIT ATAXIA

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Neocerebellum

cerebrocerebellum or posterior cerebellum DYSDIADOCHOKINESIA DYSMETRIA

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Archicerebellum

foculonodular or vestibulocerebellum TRUNCAL ATAXIA