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46 Cards in this Set

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Aortic stenosisis a ______ murmur
Can be caused by increased vomiting, antacid use an hypokalemia.
Metabolic Alkalosis
Seen with increased TLC, decreased FEV1 and low V/Q
Person feels cold and clammy to the touch
Urinary incontinence caused by flaccid paralysis
Nephrogenic bladder
Excessive urination due to renal pathology
Nephrogenic diabetes insipidus
Higher risk with Down's syndrome and most often seen in adults
Acute Myelogenous Leukemia
Must be evaluated for malignancy through a biopsy. Initial testing includes DRE and PSA
Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy
Involves skip lesions
Chron's Disease
Often caused by an embolism that originated in the carotid artery
Ischemic stroke
Causes painful vesicular eruptions.
THis pathology has a high risk of vision loss and blindness.
Temporal Arteritis
Seen in children due to a lack of Vit D
Caused by joint wear and tear over time
Mostly LLQ pain with rectal involvment
Ulcerative Colitis
Decreased ACTH, Decreased cortisol/aldosterone, Increased CRH
Secondary Hypoaldosteronism
Increased T3/4, Increased TSH, Decreased TRH
Secondary Hyperthyroidism
Presents with extreme fatigue and has high risk of splenic rupture
Onset seen in middle age, genetic, causes abnormal non-purposful movements
Huntington's Chorea
Indicator of the spread of cancer along the lymphnodes
Dysuria, frequency, urgency, nocturia, lack of bacterial growth on culture.
Intersitial Cystistis
Can be attributed to weak pelvic floor muscles following pregnancy
Stress incontinence
Band like headache
Tension HA
Increased risk for stroke and MI. Often asymptomatic
Can be caused by coranary artery vasospasm
Stable Angina
pH 7.10, CO2 60, HCO3 33
Compensated Respiratory Acidosis
Facial symptomotology seen with hyperthyroidism
Caused by thiamine deficiency
Wernicki-Korsakoff Syndrome
Not a normal part of aging. May be linked to heavy metal exposure.
Paroxymal HTN, tachycardia, diaphoresis, anxiety
Can lead to harming oneself or the baby and requires medical treatment
Post partum psychosis
Intense fear of gaining weight with a distorted body image
Anorexia nervousa
Can be caused by hemochromocytosis
Restrictive cardiomyopathy
Represents electrical activity which results in systole
Can be caused by contaminated indwelling catheters
Infective Endocarditis
Abnormal caravins for non-food items are seen in this disorder.
Iron deficienncy disorder
Loss of cnsiciousness and seizures 2 weeks after a fall from a latter
Subdural hematoma
Presents with condyloma latta
Presents with tachycardia, HTN, anxiety, dysphagia, and hoarsness
Toxic nodular goiter
Decreased levels of RBC's WBC/s and platelets
Patient looses consciousness, has abnormal movement of the extremities and may have incontinence.
Grand mal swizure
Can be caused by infection, electrolyte imbalances, and hypoglycemia
Acute confusion
Fear of being in social situation that may lead to isolation.
Social Anxiety Disorder
Increased urine osmolarity and decreased serum osmolarity
Stress response that is experienced due to witnessing a traumatic event
Abnormal breathing patter can be an indicator of ______.