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The blue baby while feeding? Choanal atresia
C-type malformation is problem at what gut? Foregut
H-type malformation is problem at what gut? Foregut
Highest risk of ischemic infarct in GI tract and why? Splenic flexure, because the SMA doesn't quite make it down that far, and the inferior mesenteric artery doesn't make it quite that far up.
H. pylori cause what % of gastric ulcers? 70% and 20% are at risk of CA, so must scope all pt's and biopsy all and always.
H. pylori cause what % of duodenal ulcers? 90% and < 1% are a CA risk, just treat
How do you treat Peptic ulcers? 2 abx, 1 ppi follow the tx with the breath test, CLO confirmed the infection that initiated treatment.
The Autosomal Dominant (AD) diseases are 90% of the time a problem where? Structure as in APKD is an AD d/o.
The Autosomal Recessive (AR) diseases are 90% of the time a problem where? Enzynme think of the glycogen storage diseases but there are many.
the 2nd messenger used 90% of the time is? cAMP
The descending lopp of Henle reabsorbs water, how does it do that? Osmosis
The highest osmolarity exists where on the nephron? Loop of Henle, the actual loop, 1200 Mosmol
The ascending Lopp of Henle reabsorbs what and how? Na mostly and does this by active transport
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