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Gyn 1 (Menstrual)

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Anticentromere antibodies are associated with what condition? CREST scleroderma
What blistering skin dz has a positive Nikolsky sign? pemphigus vulgaris
Which blood cell pathology matches the following description: associated with EBV (in Africa) Burkitt lymphoma
Which blood cell pathology matches the following description: reed-sternberg cell, cervical lymphadenopathy, night sweats. Hodgkins lymphoma (HL)
Which blood cell pathology matches the following description: Bence jones proteins, osteolytic lesions, high calcium Multiple Myeloma (MM)
Which blood cell pathology matches the following description: Translocation 14;18 Follicular lymphoma
Which blood cell pathology matches the following description: mc lymphoma in the US diffuse large B cell lymphoma
Which blood cell pathology matches the following description: translocation 8;14 Burkitt lymphoma
Which blood cell pathology matches the following description: translocation 9;22 CML
Which blood cell pathology matches the following description: mc form of HL nodular sclerosis
Which blood cell pathology matches the following description: "starry-sky pattern" due to phagocytosis of apoptotic tumor cells Burkitt lymphoma
Which blood cell pathology matches the following description: high Hct/Hgb, pruritus(esp after hot bath or shower), burning pain in hands and feet Polycythemia vera
Which blood cell pathology matches the following description: blood smear (hair-like projections), splenomegaly hairy-cell leukemia
What is the mean age of menarche in the US? age 13
In which Tanner stage does thelarche occur, and in which races does this occur earlier than 10.5 years of age? tanner stage 2, occurs earlier in hispanics and AA
Does the growth spurt usually occur before or after menarche? before
What is the definition of precocious puberty? pubertal changes in <8 yr old girl and <9 y/o boy
What lab findings distinguish true precocious pubuerty from pseudoprecocious puberty? True-->high LH and FSH, GnRH further increases FSH. Pseudo-->low LH and FSH, no response when you give GnRH
What are some of the causes of pseudoprecocious puberty? exogenous hormones, adrenal tumors, CAH, hormone secreting tumors, Mc Cune Albright syndrome
What is the treatment for central precocious puberty? continuous stimulation with GnRH analogues
Which phase of the menstrual cycle is fixed at 14 days, regardless of cycle length? luteal phase
FSH triggers the release of which hormone from the follicle? estradiol
What hormonal change causes mentruation? progesterone levels decrease when corpus luteum degrades.
Name the 5 components of normal development (in order). "GRaB PAM": Growth spurt, breast development, pubarche, adrenarche, menarche
DHEA-S comes from ______ _______. Adrenal gland
What tests will you do in the work up of precocious puberty? FSH, LH, testosterone, estrogen, DHEA-S, Cortisol, 17-hydroxyprogesterone
Estradiol is produced by __________(Men/Women/Both/Placenta)? women
Estrone is produced by __________(Men/Women/Both/placenta)? both. Produced from fat cells
Estriol is produced by __________(Men/Women/Both/Placenta)? placenta
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