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Hepatitis D is linked to which Hepatitis ?
Hepatitis B
Infectious Hepatitis refers to?
Hepatits A
How is Hepatitis A spread?
Oral/Fecal route
How is Hepatitis B spread?
Bodily secretions: blood, sperm, leukorrhea
Which hepatitis most common post transfusion?
Hepatitis C
Enterically transmitted hepatits
from water is?
Hepatits E
What is the first process of urine formation?
Filtration
What normal range is required for urinary function?
Blood flow
Which hormone associated with uterus?
Oxytocin
Where is prolactin released? Function?
Prolactin is released from anterior pituitary, Stimultes milk secretion
Total blood volume in adults?
5-6 liters.
Thyroid gland produces which 2 hormones? Their functions?
Thyroid gland produces thyroid and calcitonin. Calcitonin controls ionic calcium levels in blood pasma.
ACTH hormone produced where? Function?
ACTH is produced in the anterior pituitary. It regulates endocrine activity of adrenal gland.
PTH is produced where? Function?
Parathyroid hormone is produced by the parathyroid gland. It regulates calcium ion in the blood.
What is a major function of the parathyroid hormone?
Regulates the formation of vitamin D
Tetanus is caused by?
clostridium tetani
Common bacterial cause of pharyngitis?
Streptococcus Pyogenes
Babinski sign is?
Dorsiflexion of the great toe with or without fanning of other toes.
Brudzinski sign is?
Neck stiffness assessed. Positive sign of meningeal irritation is involuntary flexion of hips and knees when flexing neck.
Kerning sign is for?
Also meningeal irritation. Evaluated by flexing the leg at knee . Positive sign is pain in lower back and resistance to straightening the leg.
Examine the abdomen in what sequence?
I. A. P.P.
Inspect auscultation, percussion, palpation.
Side effects of decongestant pseudoephedrine?
Insomnia, drowsy, nervous, agitation.
ALP blood test (alkaline phosohatase) detects?
Liver and bone.
Intervertebral disk herniation at L3 -L4 causes pain where?
Over lateral thigh. (disk herniation afffects nerve root below the lesion)
Pain at medial knee caused by what nerve level?
L 3
Which disk herniation causes decreased ankle jerk?
5 S1
High levels of anti-DNA antibody blood test diagnoses?
autoimmune diseases. (SLE).
Lu 7 location on latéral side of the tendon of which muscle?
Bicep
Apley test for?
meniscus
anterior drawer test for?
ACL
Ballottement procedure for?
presence of excess fluid or effusion in knee
McMurray test for?
meniscus.
Pulse taking next to which bony prominence?
Styloid process of the radius
Upper motor sign that indicates dysfunction of fibs within pyramidal system?
Babinski's sign.
Barlow's maneuver for?
congenital hip dislocation
Ballottement procedure for?
presence of excess fluid or effusion in knee
McMurray test for?
meniscus.
Pulse taking next to which bony prominence?
Styloid process of the radius
Upper motor sign that indicates dysfunction of fibs within pyramidal system?
Babinski's sign.
Barlow's maneuver for?
congenital hip dislocation