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men over 40
alcoholics
mallory weiss
tear in mucosa of cardia
lower esophagus with vomiting of blood
mallory weiss
portion of stomach in abdomen
hiatal hernia
difficulty swallowing solids/liquids
achalasia
nerve related disorder
achalasia
interferes with
1-peristalsis
2-lower esophageal sphincter
achalasia
missing/underdev
thymus
thyroid
digeorge
def in 3rd/4th pharyngeal pouch
digeorge
4th branchial arch abnormalities
di george
no parathyroids >
hypocalcemia >
tetany
shy drager
like parkinsons
neurological
with
muscle twitch
cramp
seizure
tetany
tetany a/w
calcium def
t cell def >
di george
decreased/absent
delayed type hypersensitivity
di george
men over 40
alcoholics
mallory weiss
tear in mucosa of cardia
lower esophagus with vomiting of blood
mallory weiss
portion of stomach in abdomen
hiatal hernia
difficulty swallowing solids/liquids
achalasia
nerve related disorder
achalasia
interferes with
1-peristalsis
2-lower esophageal sphincter
achalasia
missing/underdev
thymus
thyroid
digeorge
def in 3rd/4th pharyngeal pouch
digeorge
4th branchial arch abnormalities
di george
no parathyroids >
hypocalcemia >
tetany
shy drager
like parkinsons
neurological
with
muscle twitch
cramp
seizure
tetany
tetany a/w
calcium def
t cell def >
di george
decreased/absent
delayed type hypersensitivity
di george
XXY
klinefelter
trisomy 18
extra chromosome 18
rheumatoid arthritis
xerostomia
keratoconjunctivits sicca
sjogren
all three rarely occur
more prevalent in woman
sjogren
IgM
IgG
IgA
IgD
IgE
B cells
ABSENT
DEFICIENT
bruton's agammaglobulinemia
three forms of agammaglbulinemia
transient
congenital
acquired
susceptibility to infection
agammaglobulinemia
deficient in antibodies
bruton's agammaglobulinemia
failure to mature due to
mutation in B-cell protein tyrosine kinase
failure of stem cells to differentiate
SCID
incapable of immunnological response
SCID
die before 2
SCID
defective B cell/ T cell
wiskott aldrich
thrombocytopenia
eczema
recurrent infection
increased risk of lymphoid cancers
wiskott aldrich
telangiectasis
ataxic
gait
prone to infection
defective humoral/cellular immunity
ataxia telangiectasia
easily visible in the white of the eye
skin (ear, nose)
ataxia
ataxia-telangiectasia
high levels of IgE
hyperimmunoglobin E
most common with staph aureus
hyperimmunoglobin E
bruise
bleed
vit K
pins and needle feeling
especially in feet
B1
pins needle
anemia
B12
sore tongue
cheilosis
B2
what is affected the most in
MALABSORPTION
fat soluble ADEK
pernicious anemia
B12
no intrinsic factor
B12
destruction of parietal cells
B12
malasorption
tropical sprue
tropical sprue
celiac disease
whipple's disease
intestinal lymphangiectasia
malasorption
infection of intestine
whipple
B12 malabsorption >
crohn's dx
whipple dx
skin darkening
inflamed
painful joints
diarrhea
jejunum small lumps

-melanin pigmentation
peutz-jegher
not a TRUE neoplasm
peutz-jegher
hamartomas
peutz-jegher
increased risk for
pancreas
breast
lung
ovary/uterus cancer
peutz-jegher
high risk of colon cancer
body
intestine
garners
polyps
CNS
turcots
pigmentation
wilson's
hepatolenticular degeneration
wilson
-cirrhosis
-degeneration of basal ganglia
-green pigment in periph of cornea
wilson
chromosome 13
patau
trisomy 18
edward