High Yield Pictures

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Down's Syndrome
Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
Edwards Syndrome
, Patau Syndrome
, Fragile X Syndrome (long face, large ears, large testis)
Marfans Syndrome
, Ehlers Danlos Syndrome (Collagen Type III)
Turners Syndrome (45XO, short, low ears, webbed neck, streak ovaries, cardio defects)
Klienfelters Syndrome (47XXY, tall, narrow shoulders, gyenocomastia, small testis, infertility)
Anencephaly (NT defect)
Duchenne’s muscular dystrophy (Gower's maneuver, calf pseudo-hypertrophy)
Osteogenesis Imperfecta
Potter Facies (Oligohydramnios = ↓ amniotic fluid)
Prader Willi (↑ appetite, obese, small hands and feet, short stature, and hypogonadism.)
, Angelman Syndrome (stiff arm movements, uncoordinated walk, seizures and inappropriate outbursts of laughter)
Floppy Baby Syndrome (honey - botulism)
Albinism (Tyrosinase)
Achondroplasia (short limbs, large head, normal trunk size; due to advanced paternal age)
Kartagener Syndrome
Pilocytic Astrocytoma (most common brain tumor in kids)
Medulloblastoma (2nd most common brain tumor in kids)
Neuroblastoma (most common extracranial solid tumor in kids)
ALL (Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia - most common leukemia in kids, seen in Trisomy21)
Thalidomide poisoning
Burkitt's Lymphoma t(8;14) (c-myc)
Reed-Sternberg Cell
CMV vs. Reed-Sternberg Cell (Hodgkin's Lymphoma)
Orphan Annie Eye (Papillary Thyroid Carcinoma)
Langerhans Histiocytosis (Birbeck granule ((tennis racket)
Lytic bone lesions (Multiple Myeloma)
Plasma cells (Multiple Myeloma)
Atypical Lymphocytes (kissing RBCs) - Infectious Mono (EBV)
"Starry Sky" (Burkitt's Lymphoma - t(8;14), c-myc)
Auer Rods (AML) (M3 = APL)
Hairy cell leukemia (stuck in bone marrow, not in peripheral blood)
Koilocyte (HPV = large nucleus, Hyperchromasia, peri-nuclear halo)
Clue cell (Gardnerella vaginalis (Bacterial vaginosis = fishy smell, clue cells) - epithelial cell covered w/ bacteria)
Lacunar cells (Reed-Sternberg cells in a lake)
Embryonic Heart Development