Random USMLE Facts volume 12-8

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Mitral Stenosis:

Mitral stenosis is always associated with rheumatic fever.

Liposarcomas:

Liposarcomas are described as having "small clear cytoplasmic vacuoles scalloping the nucleus."

Rhabdomyomas:

Rhabdomyomas occur on the head and neck of young males.

Urine VMA:

Urine VMA is a norepinephrine degradation product.

Pemphigus Vulgaris:

Pemphigus vulgaris occurs when IgG is directed against desmoglien 1 and desmoglien 2 in the epidermis, and is characterized flaccid, easiely ruptured bullae that appear in the oropharynx and on the trunk and extremities.

Antibodies to Epithelial Basement Membrane:

Antibodies against the epithelial basement membrane generally target type 7 collagen.

Pancoast Tumor:

Pancoast tumor affects the sympathetic trunk.

Coronary Arteries in HTCM:

The only thing nornal in hypertrophic cardiomyopathy is normal coronary arteries.

IgA Deficiency:

Patients with IgA deficiency must receice blood only from IgA-deficient patients.

DNA pol I:

DNA pol I removes primers and makes new DNA in their place.

DNA pol III:

DNA pol III only makes new DNA.

Metoclopramide:

Metoclopramide should not be given to patients with Parkinson's disesae.

Alkaptonuria Complication:

One musculoskeletal complication in alkaptonuria is debilitating arthritis.

Annular Ligament Damage:

Forcibly pulling the arm upward can damage the annular ligament.

Potassium in Ischemia:

Extracellular concentration of potassium increases in ischemia.

Juxtaglomerular Cells:

In the normal kidney, densely staining, protein-containing cells close to the renal glomerulus are most likely juxtaglomerular cells and contain renin.

Surfactant Detection:

To confirm surfactant production in the fetus, ethanol and amniotic fluid are mixed and shaken in a testube; surfactant appears as a stable ring of foam at the top.

Heparin in Pregnancy:

Heparin is a safer choice for DVT treatment in a pregnant woman because heparin is water-soluble, hence, cannot cross the placenta. Warfarin is lipid-soluble and can cross the placenta.

Influenza Pandemics:

Influenza pandemics occur due to antigenic shift which in turn occurs due to genetic reassortment.

Graves Disease:

The bulging of the eyes in Graves disease occurs due to glycosaminoglycan synthesis by fibroblasts.

Crypts of Lieberkuhn:

Bowel epothelial cells in the crypts of Lieberkuhn are responsible for regeneration of the mucosal epithelium.

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6. Random USMLE Facts volume 6-1
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