Flashcards in Random Stuff 3 Deck (149)
What is the effect of ANG II on bradykinin levels?
When in gestation does chorionic villus sampling occur? What is the risk associated with this?
-After 10 weeks
The uterine artery is a branch of what artery?
Anterior internal iliac
The middle rectal artery contributes blood to what part of the female pelvic anatomy?
uterus and rectum
The vaginal artery is a branch of what artery?
What is adenomyosis, and what are the classic exam findings?
Endometriosis within the uterine myometrium, causing an enlarged, boggy uterus
What is the DOC for enterococcus?
What is the treatment for newly acquired HBV?
Lamivudine and IFN-alpha
What IFN is used in the treatment of Hep B?
What is the MOA and use of Lamivudine?
-Cytidine analog that inhibits reverse transcription and blocks Hep replication
What is the treatment for HCV?
-Ribavirin and pegylated IFN-alpha2
What is the MOA and use of ribavirin?
-RSV and Hep C
What is the classic side effect of isoniazid administration, beside the peripheral neuropathy from B6 deficiency?
What is the HLA haplotype that is associated with DM I?
What are the four diseases associated with HLA-DR2?
What are the teratogenic effects of phenytoin?
-Underdeveloped nails and facial features
What are the components of the following mnemonic for Cp450 inducers: Chronic alcoholics Steal Phen-Phen, and Never Refuses Greasy Carbs"?
-St. John's wort
What are the components of the following mnemonic for Cp450 inhibitors: A Cute Gentleman Cipped Iced Grapefruit juice Quickly And Kept Munching on Soft Cinnamon Rolls
-Acute alcohol abuse
What are the substrates for p450 enzymes (always think when outdoors)?
Lesions to the left posterior corpus callosum leads to what neurological deficit?
A lesion to the right angular gyrus would produce what symptoms?
Where is Wernicke's area located?
Posterior part of the left superior temporal gyrus
Which antiepileptic medication can cause a folate deficiency?
At what rib level on the right side of the rib cage is the horizontal fissure?
Where are GLUT-1 transporters found?
Where are GLUT-2 transporters expressed?
Pancreatic Beta cells
What is the cause of alkaptonuria? Which amino acid is broken down by this pathway?
-Defect in homogentisate 1,2 dioxygenase
What is the molecular cause of CF?
defective processing from the ER to the golgi, because the protein is retained in the ER
What is the role of GP120 and GP41 on AIDS virus?
-CP120 = binds to CXCR4
-CP40 = causes fusion