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if you develop claw hand what nerve is damaged?
ulnar
if you develop ape hand what nerve is damaged?
median
if you develop wrist drop what nerve is damaged?
radial
if you develop scapular winging what nerve is damaged?
long thoracic
if you cant wipe your own ass what nerve is damaged?
thoracodorsal
if you cant pronate your forearm what nerve is damaged?
median
if you cant abduct or adduct fingers what nerve is damaged?
ulnar
if you cant abduct your arm what nerve is damaged?
axillary
if you have weak lateral rotation of the arm what nerve is damaged
subscapular/axillary
if you lose arm or forearm flexion what is the nerve problem?
musculocutaneous
if you cant extend your forearm whats the problem
radial nerve
if you cant initiate arm abduction what nerve is damaged
subscapular
if you cant abduct your arm beyond 10 degrees what nerve is damaged?
axillary
if you cant raise your arm above the horizontal what nerve is damaaged?
long thoracic
Is a schizophrenic patient that is having active hallucinations able to legally agree to plan of care?
NO! must be able to communicate and make a choice, be informed and understand everything, decision remain stable over time, be consistent with pts values and not be a result of delusions or hallucinations
what does the bulbus cordis become
right ventricle and outflow tract of right and left ventricle
what does the left horn of the sinus venosus become?
coronary sinus
primitive atria becomes what
fibrous trabeculated left and right atria
what does the trucus arteriosus become
ascendingaorta and pulmonary trunk
what does the primitive ventrcle become?
portion of the left ventricle
what does the right horn of the sinus venosus become?
smooth part of right atrium
what do the right common and anterior cardinal veins become?
superior vena cava
what do the right common and anterior cardinal veins become?
superior vena cava
a college student has cervical lymphadenopathy and enlarged spleen, fever and sore throat. heterophile antibody test is negative but CMV is positive. what would you prescribe?
gangciclovir
foscarnet
cidofovir
describe phases in myocardial action potential
phase 0= Na depolarization
phase 1= K open and Na close
phase 2= plateau and Ca influx
phase 3=k efflux, Ca close
phase 4 = high K permeability
describe phases in pacemaker action potential
phase 0= Ca influx depolarization
no phase 1
no phase 2
phase 3= K efflux, Ca closes
phase 4- slow depolarization, sponateously as Na opens,
slope in SA node determines heart rate
your patient has diarrhea, flushing, right sided heart failure and brochospasm what will you treat him with?
octreotide- somatostatin anolog for carcinoid syndrome
your pt is on bleomycin, etopside and cisplatin for his chemo. he develops SOB and its determined he has restrictive lung disease. What gave him that?
bleomycin
your pt is on bleomycin, etopside and cisplatin for his chemo. Which drug works by inducing free radicals to interefere with DNA
bleomycin
your 25 year old Alabama native patient has migraines. What will your prescribe thats a serotonin agonist
sumatriptan- 5HT 1B/1D agonist. contraindicated in CAD, prinzemetal agina and pregnancy
your pt ( male or female) comes on to you (male or female) what should you never say?
"there can be no relationship while youre a patient" because that implies there could be a relationship post treatment
what is the immunodeficincy in a patient with DiGeorge syndrome that has viral and fungal infections?
T cell deficinecy from failure of 3rd and 4th pharyngeal pouches to develop= no thymus
What happens at the thymus?
t cell maturation and differentiation
What happens at the thymus?
t cell maturation and differentiation
What cells have MHC I?
all nucleated cells- not RBC
what cells have MHC II?
all antigen presenting cells
what is the cause of edema in a burn patient?
increase capillary permeability , increased Kf= filtration constant
what is the cause of edema in lymphatic blockage?
increased interstitial fluid colloid osmotic pressure- increase pi i- pulls fluid out of capullary
what is the cause of edema in CHF?
increased capillary pressure- increased Pc- pushes fluid out of capillary
what is the cause of edema in chronic hepatitis with liver failure
decreased plasma proteins so decreased pi c- which usually pushes fluid into capillaries
What drug treats hyperthyroidism by inhibiting the organification and coupling steps of thyroid hormone synthesis?
propylthiouracil and methimazole, use propylthiouracil in pregnancy
What are the carpal bones of the wrist?
some lovers try positions that they cant handle

scaphoid, lunate, triqitrium, pisiform, trapezium, trapezoid, capatate, hamate
A 30 year old laywer/doctor went skiing and fell. What bone is broken when hitting something with knuckles and causes deep pain in your snuffbox?
scaphoid