Flashcards in Pathology Deck (88):
Abdominal pain, blue gum line and constipation
Abdominal pain and tenderness in the right iliac fossa
Abdominal pain following an alcoholic binge
Abdominal pain in right iliac fossa and diarrhea
Abdominal in left iliac fossa, blood in stool, young female
Abdominal pain in left iliac fossa, blood in stool, older male
Abdominal pain, splenomegaly in a black child
Sickle Cell disease
Adrenal hemorrhage and shock
Amenorrhea, no lactation after postpartum hemorrhage
Arachnodactyl, lens dislocation, hypermobile joints
Argyll-Robertson pupil, aortic aneurysm and angina pectoris
Ataxia, heart problems and scoliosis
Beefy-red tongue and fatigue
Vitamin B12 deficiency
Bilateral hilar lymphadenopathy, erythema nodosum
Bilateral ptosis, diplopia and difficulty in chewing in female
Bitot's spots in the eye
Vitamin A deficiency
Bladder or bowel control problem
Cauda Equina syndrome
Bleeding swollen gums
Blue lips, swollen ankles and dyspnea
Blue sclera and frequent fractures in an infant
Bone pain, head enlargement and deafness
Paget's disease of bone
Bronze skin, cirrhosis and diabetes mellitus
Buffalo hump, obesity, and purplish abdominal striae
Buboes in the groin, sign of the groove
Bull's eye rash
Butterfly rash and multiple painful joints in young female
Systemic lupus erythematosus
Cafe-au-lait spots and skin nodules
Calf pseudohypertrophy ad positive Gower's sign
Duchenne's muscular dystrophy
Cape-like distribution of loss of pain
Cirrhosis with portal hypertension
Carditis, chorea, polyarthritis and subcutaneous nodules
Cat scratch, fever and local lymphadenitis
Cat scratch disease
Cauliflower-like lesions on the hands or genitalia
Human Papilloma viral infection
Cherry-red spot on the macula
Cherry-red skin and headaches
Carbon Monoxide poisoning
Chest pain worse on lying down and better on sitting forward
Chest pain worse with exertion, better with rest
Chest pain with sweating and feeling of apprehension
Chills, fever, vomiting and costovertebral angle tenderness
Chorea and dementia
Chronic non-healing ulcer on ear or nose
Basal cell carcinoma
Cirrhosis and Kayser-Fleisher rings
Clubbing and cyanosis in an infant with heart murmur
Human papilloma virus infection
Coryza, conjunctivitis and "C" oplick spots
Deep labored breathing with acetone smell on breath
Dermatitis, diarrhea and dementia
Dry eyes, dry mouth and arthritis
Dysphagia, glossitis and iron deficiency anemia
Dyspepsia worse with eating food
Gastric type of peptic ulcer disease
Elastic skin with hypermobile joints
Enlarged nerves and anesthetic hypopigmented rashes
Fair, fat, fertile female over 40 with abdominal pain
Fever, cough, chest pain in a parrot breeder
Bird fancier's disease
This necrosis is seen in infarctions in the heart and is due to protein denaturation?
This necrosis is seen in infarctions in the brain?
This necrosis is seen in tuberculosis.
This necrosis is seen in acute pancreatitis.
This necrosis is seen in liver damage and injury to fatty tissue?
This type of degeneration shows waxy hyaline as seen in skeletal muscle damage?
This type of degeneration is the dying back of the nerve axons after injury to the nerves?
A congenital right to left shunt in the heart causes?
Cyanotic Heart Disease
A congenital left to right shunt in the heart causes?
Acyanotic Heart Disease as in VSD, ASD, and PDA
What is the most commonly blocked artery causing myocardial infarction?
Left Anterior Descending artery
Right heart failure due to COPD or pulmonary embolism is termed?
What does CREST syndrome stand for?
What is the most common adrenal medulla tumor in children?
What is known as the 10% tumor?
Pheochromocytoma (adrenal medulla tumor)
This is secreted during the first half of the cycle to stimulate egg development
This is secreted from the pituitary mid cycle to cause ovulation
This is responsible for proliferation during the first half of the cycle and increases pregnancy
This is responsible for secretion during the second half of the cycle, secreted by the corpus leuteum and increases pregnancy
S/S: ectopic endometrium, painful menstruation, can lead to infertility
This is an infection of fallopian tubes, under 35 y/o, IUD increases risk, ectopic pregnancy
This is improper implantation of an egg, rupture could cause sterilization and/or death
Instead of a fetus, a disorganized, benign mass develops and is termed what?
Instead of a fetus a cancerous mass develops and is termed what
An increase in GH in a child can lead to what?
An increase in GH in an adult can lead to what?
A decrease in GH can lead to what?
AKA for hyperthyroidism
S/S: weight loss, insomnia, tachycardia, goiter, nervousness and hypertension
aka for hypoadrenalism
aka for hyperadrenalism
S/S: moon face, hirsutism, purple striae, weight gain, hypertension, buffalo hump