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ASCUS

with HPV do colposcopy

neg HPV come back in 3 years

2

pap test age 30-65

every 5 years

3

polymyalgia rheumatica

over 50
bilateral pain, morning stiff- neck/ torso/ shoulders/
constitutional symptoms

ESR over 40, elevated CRP

give glucocorticoids

4

drug for A fib

propanolol

5

hexagonal urine crystals

cysteinuria

6

first sign of macular degeneration

lines look wavy

number one cause of blindness

7

hemi neglect comes from where?

contralateral parietal cortex

8

open angle glaucoma

tunnel vision
cupping of optic disk

give timolol, laser treatment

9

impaired taste mineral deficiency?

zinc

10

PCOS goes with what malignancy?

endometrial

11

estrogen and thyroid

causes hypothyroidism
(in pregnancy, e.g.)

12

vascular ring

inspiratory and expiratory stridor in infant that improves with neck extension

13

most common cause of primary adrenal insufficiency in developed countries

autoimmune adrenalitis

14

acquired angioedema mostly caused by

ACE inhibitors

15

basal ganglia hemorrhage

(putaminal)
contralateral hemiparesis and hemisensory loss
homonymous hemianopsia
gaze palsy

16

cerebellar hemorrhage

usually NO hemiparesis
facial weakness
ataxia and nystagmus
occipital headache and neck stiffness

17

thalamus hemorrhage

contralateral hemiparesis and hemisensory loss
nonreactive miotic pupils
upgaze palsy
eyes deviate Toward hemiparesis

18

cerebral lobe hemorrhage

contralateral hemiparesis (frontal lobe)
contralateral hemisensory loss (parietal lobe)
homonymous hemianopsia (occipital lobe)
eyes deviate away from hemiparesis
high incidence of SEIZURES

19

Pons hemorrhage

Pinpoint reactive pupils
deep coma and total paralysis within minutes

20

hydroxychloroquine SE

retinopathy

21

ovarian mass with solid components, thick septations, peritoneal fluid

epithelial ovarian carcinoma

22

effects of intensive glycemic control in diabetic patients

improves microvascular, but not macrovascular, complications

23

distinguish hyperemesis gravidum from other typical nausea and vomiting of pregnancy

ketones on urinalysis
suggests more severe disease
serum chemistries - hypochloremic metabolic alkalosis, hypokalemia, elevated aminotransferases

admit; IV antiemetics, rehydration, electrolyte repletion

24

most sensitive test for nephropathy (diabetes)

random urine for microalbuin/ creatinine ratio

25

vaginal candida rx

oral fluconazole
nystatin only for oral thrush

26

symmetrically enlarged, bulky, globular, tender uterus?

adenomyosis

27

legionella rx

levofloxacin; macrolides or fluoroquinolones

28

pica probably from?

iron deficiency (bleeding)

29

liver failure after acetominophen toxicity

needs transplant

30

molluscum contagium associated with

cellular immunodeficiency
test for AIDS