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Glomerulo pathies

Glomerulo-pathies


Bloody mess

Bloody mess


Dirty pipes

Dirty pipes


Fruit medley

Fruit medley


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JEOPARDY

Glomerulo-pathies

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Fruit medley

Dirty pipes

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If you meet a patient with rapidly progressive GN and alveolar hemorrhage, suspect this condition marked by antibodies against type IV collagen


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What is Goodpastures syndrome?


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Patients with this diagnosis have a higher risk of malignancy, especially solid tumors; it is also the most common cause of nephrotic syndrome in adults


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What is membranous nephropathy?


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This cause ofnephrotic syndrome is frequently associated with HIV and heroin use; the collapsing variant is most common among African Americans


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What is focal segmental glomerulosclerosis?


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Majority with this disease, marked by hematuria, proteinuria and low complement, are Hepatitis C (+). Dont forget to look for palpable purpura and skin necrosis.


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What is mixed cryoglobulinemia?


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Often heralded by hematuria 1-3 days post-URI, this is the most common cause of GN worldwide most prevalent in Asians and rare in blacks


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What is IgA nephropathy?


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What is a

hypersegmented neutrophil?

(Megaloblastic anemia)


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What are sickle cells?

(Sickle cell anemia)


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What is a

Reed-Sternberg cell?

(Hodgkins lymphoma)


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What are Howell-Jolly bodies?

(Asplenia; hemolytic, megaloblastic anemia)


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What are hairy cells? (Hairy cell leukemia)


A long latency of about 30 40 years occurs from exposure to this mineral and mesothelioma

A long latency of about 30-40 years occurs from exposure to this mineral and mesothelioma


What is asbestos

What is Asbestos?


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Miners and sandblasters exposed to this crystalline mineral are at high risk for tuberculosis and should have their PPD checked


What is silica

What is Silica?


Coal worker s pneumoconiosis rheumatoid arthritis multiple pulmonary nodules

Coal workers pneumoconiosis+Rheumatoid arthritis+Multiple pulmonary nodules


What is caplan s syndrome

What is Caplans syndrome?


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First described in fluorescent lamp workers, this disease may present with skin and lung nodules showing noncaseating granuloma


What is berylliosis

What is Berylliosis?


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A reactive airway disease in textile mill workers exposed to cotton dust, it presents with wheezing and causes Monday chest tightness that improves at the end of the work week


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What is Byssinosis?


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Strawberry cervix


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What is Trichomonas vaginalis infection?


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Apple-core lesion


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What is colon cancer?


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Strawberry tongue


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What is Kawasaki disease?

(also Scarlet fever)


Cherry red spot on macula

Cherry red spot on macula


What is tay sachs disease also central retinal artery occlusion

What is Tay-Sachs disease? (also Central Retinal Artery occlusion)


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Watermelon stomach


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What is Gastric Antral Vascular Ectasia (GAVE)?


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JEOPARDY


Rash hour

Rash hour


Travel id

Travel ID


Toxicology

Toxicology


Pick your node

Pick your node


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DOUBLE JEOPARDY

Pick your node

Rash hour

Travel ID

Toxicology

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What is erythema migrans?

(Lyme disease)


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What is pytiriasis versicolor?


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What is

dermatitis herpetiformis?


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What is erythema multiforme?


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What is lichen planus?


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From pulmonary to disseminated such as in AIDS, this mycosis can be picked up from bird and bat droppings in the Ohio and Mississippi River valleys


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What is Histoplasmosis?


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The most common rickettsial infection in the US, it is mainly transmitted by the Dermacentor tick and is prevalent in the Southeast such as North Carolina


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What is Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever?


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Attention: this fungal infection that causes Valley Fever is endemic in Arizona, California, New Mexico and yes, West Texas!


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What is Coccidioidomycosis?


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Humans handling infected animals, like rabbits and deer, are accidental hosts of this zoonosis caused by a gram-negative bacterium common in the South Central states, primarily Arkansas


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What is Tularemia?


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Lets travel this time to the tropicsthis potentially fatal spirochetal infection causes Weils syndrome and is acquired by exposure to the urine of infected carrier animals such as rats


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What is Leptospirosis?


Tinnitus vertigo respiratory alkalosis and high gap metabolic acidosis and in kids reye s syndrome

Tinnitus, vertigo, respiratory alkalosis and high gap metabolic acidosisand in kids, Reyes syndrome


What is aspirin toxicity

What is aspirin toxicity?


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Xanthopsia, or impaired yellow-green color perception, is a rare but characteristic adverse effect of toxicity from this oldest cardiac drug


What is digoxin

What is Digoxin?


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Chronic intake of this psych drug can cause kidney toxicity and nephrogenic di

Chronic intake of this psych drug can cause kidney toxicity and nephrogenic DI


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What is lithium?


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Myelosuppression is a well-known hematologic adverse effect of this MRSA-fighting drug, especially when used longer than 2 weeks


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What is linezolid?


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Toxicity from this can cause high gap acidosis, high serum osmolality and oxalate crystals in the urine; it is common in antifreeze


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What is ethylene glycol?


Osteoarthritic growth of the proximal interphalangeal joint

Osteoarthritic growth of the proximal interphalangeal joint


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What is Bouchards node?


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Left supraclavicular

lymph node usually

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gastrointestinal neoplasm


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What is Virchows or Troisiers node?


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Tender, red, raised

lesions on the hands or feet

indicative of

subacute bacterial endocarditis


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What are Oslers nodes?


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First lymph node

reached by metastasizing

cancer cells


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What is sentinel node?


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Palpable metastatic node

in the umbilicus


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What is Sister Mary Joseph node?


Medical milestones

Final Jeopardy

Medical Milestones


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This Scottish Nobel Prize winner accidentally discovered the worlds first antibiotic named after the fungus from where it was isolated


Who is sir alexander fleming

Who is Sir Alexander Fleming?


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JEOPARDY


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