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This

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JEOPARDY


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Your

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Host...

Dr. Krim






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JEOPARDY

We have a

Bleeder!

Scores and Criteria

Rheum with a View

The Doctor is “in”

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What is duodenal ulcers Helicobacter pylori?



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What is Cameron lesion? duodenal ulcers


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Esophageal perforation— duodenal ulcers not laceration!—from repeated, protracted vomiting



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DAILY duodenal ulcers

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Bleeding duodenal ulcers submucosal artery in the absence of a primary ulcer



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Telangiectasia occurring throughout the GI tract, but also with AV malformations in the lungs and brain; or Sir William _______


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What is the Osler-Weber-Rendu syndrome? with AV malformations in the lungs and brain;

(Hereditary Hemorrhagic Telangiectasia)


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Widely-used estimate of 10-year coronary heart disease risk with AV malformations in the lungs and brain;


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What is the Framingham risk score? with AV malformations in the lungs and brain;


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7-item model to assess probability of pulmonary embolism with AV malformations in the lungs and brain;


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What is the Well’s criteria? with AV malformations in the lungs and brain;


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A risk stratification method predictive of outcomes in unstable angina, NSTEMI and STEMI from the prominent Harvard-based group with the same name





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Predicts prognosis in chronic liver disease using 3 simple blood tests: bilirubin, creatinine and INR


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What is the MELD (Model for End-stage Liver Disease) score? blood tests: bilirubin, creatinine and INR


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E 100 blood tests: bilirubin, creatinine and INR


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What are Heberden’s nodes? blood tests: bilirubin, creatinine and INR

(Osteoarthritis)


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What is a Bamboo spine? blood tests: bilirubin, creatinine and INR

(Ankylosing Spondylitis)


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What is a Heliotrope rash? blood tests: bilirubin, creatinine and INR

(Dermatomyositis)


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What are Gottron’s papules? blood tests: bilirubin, creatinine and INR

(Dermatomyositis)


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What is chondrocalcinosis? blood tests: bilirubin, creatinine and INR

(Pseudogout)


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Involuntary urine leakage with sneezing or coughing blood tests: bilirubin, creatinine and INR


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What is stress blood tests: bilirubin, creatinine and INRincontinence ?



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What is hypoglycemia insulinoma ?



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What is phenyto and red cells look big!in (Dilantin) ?


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Pheochromocytoma, benign adenoma or carcinoma: you’ve got a 1 in 3 “chance” of the right diagnosis


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What is an adrenal a 1 in 3 “chance” of the right diagnosis incidentaloma ?


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Rare but fatal triad of autonomic, neuromuscular and mental status instability, from SSRI-drug interaction, usually confused with neuroleptic malignant syndrome


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What is seroton status instability, from SSRI-drug interaction, usually confused with neuroleptic malignant syndromein syndrome?


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DOUBLE status instability, from SSRI-drug interaction, usually confused with neuroleptic malignant syndrome

JEOPARDY


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Around the World status instability, from SSRI-drug interaction, usually confused with neuroleptic malignant syndrome


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Get Physical status instability, from SSRI-drug interaction, usually confused with neuroleptic malignant syndrome


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Know your Syndromes status instability, from SSRI-drug interaction, usually confused with neuroleptic malignant syndrome


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Antibodies status instability, from SSRI-drug interaction, usually confused with neuroleptic malignant syndrome


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DOUBLE JEOPARDY status instability, from SSRI-drug interaction, usually confused with neuroleptic malignant syndrome

Around the World

Get Physical

Know your Syndromes

Antibodies

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What is Chagas disease? megaesophagus in Latin America



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What is African Trypanosomiasis? you may never wake up again

(Sleeping sickness)


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A zoonotic infection named after an outbreak in Queensland, Australia, it is caused by the gram-negative bacterium C. burnetti


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What is Q fever? Australia, it is caused by the gram-negative bacterium


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Don’t be mad if you can’t pronounce the name of this lethal prion-related CNS disease initially recognized in cattle in the UK


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What is Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease? lethal prion-related CNS disease initially recognized in cattle in the UK

(Mad cow disease)


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Commonly seen in women with stress-induced chest pain, it is named after the Japanese octopus trap that resembles the shape of the left ventricle in this transient cardiomyopathy


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What is Tako-tsubo cardiomyopathy? named after the Japanese octopus trap that resembles the shape of the left ventricle in this transient cardiomyopathy


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If you’re suspecting meningitis, flex the patient’s neck but watch the hip and knee. By the way, it is notKernig!


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What is Brudzinski's sign? but watch the hip and knee. By the way, it is not


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Tapping the wrist sends pins and needles to the finger tips—this sign can help diagnose carpal tunnel syndrome


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What is Tinel’s sign? tips—this sign can help diagnose carpal tunnel syndrome


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This test is used tips—this sign can help diagnose carpal tunnel syndrome to detect rupture of the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL)


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What is Anterior Drawer test? tips—this sign can help diagnose carpal tunnel syndrome


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Listen, here’s a test to tips—this sign can help diagnose carpal tunnel syndromedistinguish between conductive and sensorineural hearing loss


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What is Weber test? tips—this sign can help diagnose carpal tunnel syndrome


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This test measures the degree of lumbar forward flexion as the patient bends over as though touching their toes—a useful test to diagnose ankylosing spondilitis


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What is Shober Test? the patient bends over as though touching their toes—a useful test to diagnose ankylosing spondilitis



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What is Alport syndrome? inherited cause of kidney failure


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A rare complication of pregnancy, this syndrome is caused by necrosis of the pituitary; you may also call it “Cevik” syndrome


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What is Sheehan syndrome? necrosis of the pituitary; you may also call it “Cevik” syndrome


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DAILY necrosis of the pituitary; you may also call it “Cevik” syndrome

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A disorder marked by developmental delay, hand-flapping, frequent laughter or smiling, it is caused by deletion of maternal genes on chromosome 15; Prader-Willi syndrome is caused by a similar loss of paternal genes


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What is Angelman syndrome? frequent laughter or smiling, it is caused by deletion of maternal genes on chromosome 15; Prader-Willi syndrome is caused by a similar loss of paternal genes






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DAILY weakness

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Final Jeopardy weakness

Fathers of Medicine


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World-renowned innovator, educator and Father of modern open heart surgery, he performed the first CABG, successful carotid endarterectomy and developed a procedure to treat aortic dissection—a surgery he himself underwent; he died a week ago at the age of 99


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Michael E. DeBakey, MD heart surgery, he performed the first CABG, successful carotid endarterectomy and developed a procedure to treat aortic dissection—a surgery he himself underwent; he died a week ago at the age of 99


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Thank you for playing heart surgery, he performed the first CABG, successful carotid endarterectomy and developed a procedure to treat aortic dissection—a surgery he himself underwent; he died a week ago at the age of 99

JEOPARDY


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