Flashcards in Year 2 Quiz Deck (40)
what is the best imaging for renal parenchymal tumours?
contrast enhanced CT
what is the best imaging for renal injury?
from which cells is the neural crest derived?
neural progenitor cells
commonest cause of blindness in the western world?
name 2 drugs which can cause thyroiditis?
what conditions can lithium cause?
what does cells and flare in the anterior chamber indicate?
how is anterior uveitis managed?
what cranial nerve is associated with the first pharyngeal arch?
what cells are associated with birbeck granules?
chovsteks and trousseaus signs indicate what?
when does human brain development begin?
3rd week post conception
fairy liquid green vomit in newborns/very young children?
where do blisters present in bullous pemphigoid?
basement membrane? DEJ
how is primary hyperparathyroidism managed?
- calcimimetic (activates calcium sensing receptor)
first line therapy for syphilis?
aplastic anaemia is a side effect of what medication?
most common cause of AKI in hospital?
acute tubular necrosis
papillary dermal microabscesses?
what do the pharyngeal arches give rise to?
face and neck structures
what usually causes infective rhinitis?
congenital hepatic fibrosis is associated with what?
what tumour marker can be used for differentiated thyroid cancer?
which condition is associated with high acid and low bicarbonate?
seminoma tumour marker?
what is woods light used to diagnose?
name an inherited condition associated with obesity?
prader willi syndrome
why is CT urography generally done in over 50s but not under 50s?
urothelial tumours are rare in under 50s so not worth giving the radiation
low acid and low bicarbonate?
what do you do when ill if you are taking ACE inhibitors?
stop taking them
deficiency in what vitamin can cause dermatitis, dementia, delirium, diarrhoea and death?
deficiency in what vitamin can cause a corneal perforation?
high acid and high bicarbonate?
irregular saw-tooth acantholysis?
in which layer of the skin to merkel cells reside?
what type of hormone are T3 and T4?
modified amino acid
55 year old male with right kidney pathology due to holding in urine who also has contrast and penicillin allergy, what investigation is used?
- doesn't use contrast
which skin layer contains fillagrin and involucrin?
what can be used to treat a dendritic ulcer?