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most common cause of SIADH Small cell LC, brain trauma
most common testicular tumor seminoma
most common tumor of infancy hemangioma
translocation 9:22 and drug to tx CML, imatinib
triad of kartagener's infertility, bronchiectasis, recurrent sinusitis
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3 most common locations of lung cancer mets brain, bone, liver
V/Q at apex of lung 3
V/Q at base of lung .6
V/Q during airway obstruction approaches 0
V/Q during blood flow obstruction approaches infinity (dead space)
Emphysema caused by smoking central, d2 destruction
emphysema caused by A1AT deficiency panacinar, d2 elastase
hallmark sign of COPD decreased FEV/FVC ratio
hallmark of restrictive lung disease decreased lung volumes
which tumors arise centrally in lung and are linked to smoking squamous, small cell
which tumors arise peripherally carcinoma, lg cell
how does the body compensate for hypoxia t high altitude increased ventilation, increased Epo, increased 23DPG, increased mitochondria, increased renal excretion of HCO3
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gram + cocci in pairs strep pn
gram - rods in 80 yr old E coli
G+ cocci in neonate GBS
G- rods in neonate E Coli
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What is pulsus paradoxus and what are the causes? SBP drops >10mmHg with inspiration; hyperinflation asthma, COPD, croup, cardiac tamponade.
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