CM- Rheum -5- Crystal Disease

Question Answer What is the most common form of inflammatory arthritis in men over 40 gout What is the most common pathogenesis of Hyperuricemia & Gout under excretion 90% and overproduction 10% What are common causes for overproduction of uric acid GGPRTase/PRPP synthetase, Increased purine intake, alcohol, myeloproliferative disease, psoriasis What are some common causes

CM- Rheum -4- Septic Arthritis

Question Answer What type of arthritis is marked by organisms actually growing inside the joint Septic Arthritis What is monoarthritis until proven otherwise septic arthritis As the number of joints involved increases what happens to the probable dx of septic arthritis it goes down more joints involved the less likely it is to be septic

CM- Rheum -3- SNSA

Question Answer What are the charachteristics of Seronegative Spondyloarthropathy affects axial skeleton, inflammatory, RF negative, Genetic Predisposition, Enthesopathic, Mucocutaneous Features name the common spondyloarthropathies Ankylosing spondylitis, Psoriatic Arthritis, Reactive Arthritis, Enteropathic Arthritis (crohns disease, ulcerative colitis), Juvenile Ankylosing Spondylitis What gene is often associated with spondyloarthropathies but is not necessary or sufficient to cause them

CM- Rheum -2- OA

Question Answer What is the most common type of arthropathy Osteoathritis Is OA typically inflammatory or non-inflammatory Non- Inflammatory Does the pahtophysiology of OA vary depending on the joint type involved no it is the same regardless of joint involved What is OA progressive deterioration and loss of articular cartilage leading to loss of normal

CM- Rheum -1- RA

Question Answer What is the peak onset for R.A. age 25-45 Who suffers more from R.A. M or F F>M 3:1 When is a women likely to experience relief from R.A. improves during pregnancy and flares 4-6 weeks post partum What effect does R.A. have on mortality rates in general Pts with rheumatoid arthritis have

Chapter 4-test 3

Question Answer Define disseminated Intra-vascular Coagulation (DIC) multiple thrombi inside vessels, all over the body What are the four main things that can cause DIC Thrombin activating substances enter the circulation Massive tissue necrosis Immune complexes Endothelial damage What are some examples causing thrombin activating substances entering the circulation amniotic fluid embolism snake venom cell

Match definitions to words

Question Answer Radioactive Decay is the process by which an unstable atomic nucleus loses energy by emitting ionizing particles or radiation Half-Life The time it takes for one-half of the atoms of an unstable element or nuclide to decay radioactively into another element or nuclide Entropy is the measure of the disorder or randomness of

This stack describes the properties of matter.

Question Answer What are elements? Elements are basic kinds of matter.They combine to form other kinds of matter.There are more than 100 elements. What is weight,and how can you measure it? Weight is a measure of the pull of gravity on an object.Weight changes when the pull of gravity changes.You can measure weight with a

Head and Neck

Question Answer pendred syndrome congential bilateral enlarged aqueduct syndrome what is the normal size of the vestibular aqueduct? 1.5 mm where does an aberrant internal carotid arter y entery enters via the enalrged inferior tympanic canaliculus

PT103 Intro to Chemistry

Question Answer amino acids macromolecules that make up proteins anabolism to build up atom the smallest unit of an element catabolism to break down covalent bond sharing of electrons between two atoms electron the smallest subset of an atom that contains a NEGATIVE charge ion an atom or group of atoms with a leftover unbalanced