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Path T2-Eponyms

PathT2Eponyms- Lung,Bone,Kidney

QuestionAnswer
ARDS high rate of death
pulmonary HTN death due to cor pulmonale 2-5 yrs
squamous cell carcinoma; men smoking; hypercalcemia
small cell (oat cell) carcinoma smoking; ectopic hormone production
bronchial carcinoid not associated with smoking
mesothelioma asbetos exposure
transudate systemic disease (HTN)
mucin production; women; non-smokers adenocarcinoma
spontaneous pneumothorax in young children distal acinar emphysema
centriacinar most common type of emphysema
haemophilus exacerbation of COPD
bacteroides; fusobacterium; peptococcus abcesses smell bad
charcot leyden crystals asthma pts
alpha-1-antitrypsin deficiency emphysema
paO2 of 60 respiratory failure if below 60
oxygen to correct hypoxemia of shunt no. can't fix it that way
pvO2 of less than 40 shows cardiac output problems
Mycoplasma pneumoniae interstitial pneumonitis
massive laryngotracheobronchitis haemophilus influenza
pontiac fever legionnaires
mild pharyngitis chlamydial pneumonia
cold-agglutinins antibodies mycoplasma
steptococcus pneumoniae lobar pneumonia
pseudamonis aeureginosa hospital acquired pneumonia
ketoacidosis; lactic acidosis high anion gap
diarrhea normal anion gap metabolic acidosis
92% of filtered K reabsorbed in proximal tubule
excretion of NH4+ increased acidosis
upper lobes and upper zone of lower lobes coal workers pneumoconoises
quartz crystalline forms silicosis
pleural plaque asbetos exposure
more common in women; blacks sarcoidosis
more common in men; C-ANCA wegeners
asbestos and smoking bronchogenic carcinoma
bilateral hilar lymphadenopathy sarcoidosis
mikulicz syndrome sarcoidosis
caplan RA and pneumoconoisis
golden brown dumb bell shaped asbestosis
honeycomb change asbestosis
ground glass infiltrates desquamative interstitial pneumonia
red-brown consolidation; linear deposits of IgG, Anti-Basement Membrane Ab goodpastures
dimple sign dermatofibroma
acrochordon diabetes; acanthosis nigrans; not UV light
ABCDs malignant melanoma (assymetry; border notching; color irregular; diameter more than 6mm)
dysplastic nevus melanoma precursor
poryphria cutanea tarda hemochromotosis; hypertrichosis of temples
erythema multiforme minor herpes
psoariasis arthritis
lichen planus hepatitis C
dermatitis herpetiformis lichen planus
erythema induratum induratum
pemphigoid 80% are vulgaris
acne vulgaris 80% of teenagers
wheal urticaria
ausptiz sign psoriasis
munro's microabcess psoriasis
civatte bodies; violaceous bodies lichen planus
chicken wire myxoid liposarcoma
plump fibroblasts fibrous tumors- nodular fascitis
fibromatoses do not metastasize
t(2;13) alveolar rhabdomyosarcoma
tadole or strap cells rhabdomyosarcoma
cigar shaped nuclei leiomyosarcoma
t(x;18) synovial sacroma
hepatic angiosarcoma arsenic; thorotrast
HLA B-27 serotype; aortic insufficiency; uveitis and pulmonary fibrosis Ankylosing Spondyloarthritis (bamboo spine)
ANA juvenile RA
deposit calcium pyrophosphate chondrocalcinosis
hep B; spikes; renal vein thrombosis membranous glomerulopathy
humps acute post streptococcal glomerulonephritis
crescents goodpastures
hep C; tramtrax; granular Membranoprolif. glomeruloneph. Type 1
linear intramembranous MPGN 2
mesangial deposits Bergers Disease (IgA nephropathy)
kimmelstiel-wilson diabetes mellitus
full house systemic lupus
oval fat bodies nephotic syndrome
white blood cell casts acute pyelonephritis
thyroidization casts chronic pyelonephritis
defect in Xsome 16 adult polycystic kidney disease
Created by: mcafej02
 

 



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