Heme Onc - 2 of 4

arold001's version from 2015-12-22 06:02

Section 1

Question Answer
Subcutaneous nodules shows biopsy of: fibrinoid necrosis with palisading epitheloid cellsRA
Whats a marker for acute lymphoblastic leukemia?TdT
What nerve is damaged with a supracondylar fracture of the humerus?median nerve
Pt presents with nasopharyngeal mass and histology shows plasma cells. No lytic bone lesions.Plasmacytoma
what are the hematopoiesis stages?yolk sac (3rd week), liver (1 month), spleen (2-4 months), bone marrow (after 4 months)
what is at risk of being compressed with a posterior dislocation of the sternoclavicular joint?trachea!
whats the MOA of Febuxostat?xanthine oxidase inhibitor
whats the tx of gastric ulcers caused by NSAIDs?misoprostol = PGE1
whats the translocation associated with AML-M3?t(15;17)
what is factor I?fibrinogen
what does thrombin time (TT) measure?specific measure of FIBRINOGEN
where is a bakers cyst found?popliteal fossa
what accumulates in the bakers cyst?accumulation of bursal fluid
whats the MOA of lepirudin?direct thrombin inhibitor
whats the tx of heparin-induced thrombocytopenia?Lepirudin = direct thrombin inhibitor

Section 2

Question Answer
How many deletions: alpha thalassemia with mild, microcytic hypochromatic anemia and target cells?deletion of TWO alleles = alpha thalassemia trait
how many deletions: HbH diseasedeletion of 3 alpha alleles

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