High Yield Clinical Medicine Neuromuscular Block 2

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Definition: Unable to perform human task.
Dehydration, birth and birth control pills are risk factors for what condition?
According to the Pittsburgh rules do you x-ray if there is no history of acute-blunt mechanism trauma
anti-SS-A and anti-SS-B antibodies are associated with what condition
Inflammatory arthritis of the spine
According to the Ottawa Rules you should get an ankle x-ray in anyone who can't weight bear for _________ steps
According to the Ottawa guidelines you should xray the knee in all people over what age?
Most important modifiable risk factor in stroke.
Gold standard for diagnosis of giant cell arteritis
Are men or women more likely to get oral cancers?
Takayasu's arteritis primarily affects those __________ 50 years old. (over or under)
Non-specific marker for microscopic polyangiitis and Churg Strauss
On T2 weighted imaging CSF is _________. (light or dark)
B-lactam antibiotics clindamycin or vancomycin are treatment for Staph or Pseudomonas
What layer do oral cancers typically start?
Organisms associated with dog bites
According to the Ottawa Rules you should get an ankle x-ray in anyone with tenderness at the base of which metatarsal
What antibiotic covers most tick-borne infections?
This type of brace supports the knee cap and is used in the treatment of patellofemoral pain
What is the E in CREST?
Injury to this collateral knee ligament is assiciated with proximal fibular injury
Weak left gluteus medius may cause hip drop on what side?
Most common bone that is involved in open fractures
Ability to have the brain rewire itself with the appropriate number of repititions of a given activity
According to the Ottawa Rules you should get an ankle x-ray in anyone with tenderness of this tarsal bone
According to the Ottawa guidelines you should xray the knee if the person can't flex past this angle
According to the Ottawa Rules you should get an ankle x-ray in anyone with tenderness at what edge of the tibia/fibula
Most specific marker for Wegener’s Granulomatosis
Polymyositis affects (proximal/distal) muscles.
Dental carries and difficulty swallowing are complications of which disease?
Clear excitatory amino acids, form new receptors, and create new synapses
Scoliosis presents with back pain (true of false)
Antibody that is associated with polymyositis
Giant cell arteritis primarily affects those _____________ 50 years old (over or under)
Treatment of curve scoliotic between 20-40 degrees
Gold standard for diagnosis of Sjogren's syndrome
The majority of SLE cases affect ________ with next closest high incidence involvement is in the ________.
Rare hydrochloroquine toxicity involves what organ?
Grade of sprain with moderate to severe disability and mild joint laxity
Position of hip fracture on physical exam
What is the only drug that stimulates osteoblasts?
Many of the people with Beurger's disease have this lifestyle factor in common
Hyperflexion injury leading to the inability to extend at the DIP joint
The peripheral area surrounding the area of infarct (core); part of the ischemic lesion that is salvageable in a stroke
Definition: Anatomical or physiological dysfunction.
According to the Ottawa Rules you should get an ankle x-ray in anyone over this age
This study is used to diagnose Takayasu's arteritis
Drug class that acts at the level of the osteoclasts to cause apoptosis and destruction of the cells
Best x-ray view for acetabular fractures
Ligament that prevents posterio subluxation of the dens
What gender does microscopic polyangiitis affect more?
What is the shortest amount of time a tick requires for transmiting Borrelia burgdorferi
What type of cancers make up the majority of oral cancers?
What visual deficit is common in posterior cerebral artery strokes?
What type of stroke cannot be treated with t-PA?
What is the C in CREST?
What drug can be used in the treatment of SLE that reduces the potential of skin involvement?
Predicts a 10 year probability of fracture
Slippage of one vertebrae on an adjacent vertebrae
Injury to this collateral knee ligament is associated with medial meniscus injury
Nonrestorative sleep including insomnia, early morning awakenings, and poor quality of sleep overall and alpha sleep intrusion as seen on an EEG is associated with what condition
Long-term use of this drug can result in atypical fractures
A person with osteopenia should go on a 'drug holiday' after ____ years.
Ciprofloxacin used to treat Staph or Pseudomonas
What type of study is used to diagnose tick paralysis?
Type of study that looks at the fact that Na/K ATPase fails leading to accumulation of water and thus will show up on scans
How many IgG western blot bands are needed to diagnose Lyme disease?
What is the appropriate treatment for CNS and cardiac involved Lyme Disease?
Inclusion body myositis affects (proximal/distal) muscles
What is the T in CREST?
Most reliable blood marker for the presence of myositis
Fracture of the pars interarticularis
What is the R in CREST?
How many IgM western blot bands are needed to diagnose Lyme disease?
Biggest distinguishing feature between polymyositis and dermatomyositis
Longitudinal ligament that resists hyperflexion
What disease is associated w/ a maltese cross finding on microscopic examination?
What commonly causes reactive arteritis?
Osteoporosis is preventable and treatable (true or false)
Treat or Don't Treat: Large penumbra with small core
On T1 weighted imaging CSF is _________. (light or dark)
Bracing reverses a scoliotic curve. (true or false)
Syndrome associated with ipsilateral sensation loss of face, contralateral pain/temperature loss, Horner syndrome (T1)
What is an alternative to cytoxin for severe SLE?
Most sensitive test for PCL tears
According to the Ottawa guidelines you should xray the knee if there is tenderness at the head of what bone?
Syndrome including GI ischemia, palpable purpura, and glomerulonephritis that most commonly affects children
How many anticytoplasmic proteins do you need to diagnose SLE
Treat or Don't Treat: Small penumbra with large core
Within what amount of time must you treat an ischemic stroke with t-PA?
In a stroke, the area of infarcted tissue; unable to salvage
Necrotizing vasculitis of the small vessels typically affecting the lungs, kidney, and skin with an insidious onset of symptoms
A minimum of how many x-ray views do you need of an injured area?
Most important non-modifiable risk factor in stroke.
Degenerative arthiritis of the spine
If a patient comes to you with scoliosis and is experiencing back pain, what type of study should you do?
Grade III ankle sprains often require this type of brace upon return to activity
Prevent further damage from radical, decrease inflammation, excitoxicity via blood, oxygenation, etc. after a stroke
Grade of sprain with severe disability and moderate to severe laxity
Inclusion body myositis is more common in which gender?
What is the most common vector borne illness in the US?
Skin infection caused by various bacteria that leads to inflammation
What is the S in CREST?
Most common causative agent of osteomyelitis in all age groups
Burst fracture has a predilection for what vertebral levels?
Polymyositis and dermatomyositis favors what gender?
What is mirror box therapy used to treat?
Ligament that overlies the spinous processes of adjacent vertebrae
Claudication of both the legs and hands is associated with what vasculitis?
Babesiosis, Lyme Disease and Anaplasmosis are all transmitted by what vector?
Definition: Cannot meet societal role.
Ligament that is between the spinous processes of adjacent vertebrae
What is the best diagnostic tool for finding oral cancers?
Treatment for scoliotic curve under 20 degrees
Ligament that connects adjectent vertebral laminae
What is the eponym for thromboangitis obliterans
Organism associated with cat bites
What condition is most closely associated with Scleroderma? (over 90% of cases)
Treatment for tick paralysis
Blood supply to the femoral head
A person with osteoporosis should go on a 'drug holiday' after _____ years.
What is the most common type of fracture associated w/ osteoporosis?
Proximal humerus, distal radius, vertebrae,and the hip are all places you could see this type of fracture
According to the Ottawa guidelines you should xray the knee if there is isolated tenderness of what bone
Treatment of scoliotic curve above 40 degrees
What tick-borne infection can't be treated with doxycycline?
What is the most important predictor for the incidence of fracture risk in osteoporotic patients?
Grade of sprain with mild disability and no laxity
What is the most common drug class used for the treatment of osteoporosis?
Longitudinal vertebral ligament that is wider and strongerf
What is the treatment for human bites?
The key goal of PM&R is to optimize ___________________.
Most sensitive test for ACL tears
What drug can you not give someone during an acute gouty attack?
Most common myopathy in people over age 50
What is the most common cause of upper limb amputation?
Symptoms of this condition include: Allergic rhinitis, necrotizing vasculitis of smallest vessels, asthma and peripheral eosinophilia, wrist drop, necrotizing crescentic immune glo
IV infusions of what have shown promise in treating patients with myositis

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