Block 6 Neuro Associations

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Nane the disease: periventricular white matter lesions
Name the tumor: Fried egg cells
Neurotransmitter lost in Alzheimer's
Protein accumulation in Parkinson's
Name the syndrome: hyperorality, hypersexuality, disinhibition, docility
Defective protein in familial ALS
Name the disease: CAG repeat on chromosome 4
Name the tumor: can affect the optic nerve
Best correlation w/ dementia in Alzheimers: # plaques, or tangles?
Name the disease: dementia, myoclonus, periodic EEG, and rapid disease progression
Name the etiology: worst headache of my life, gyri & sulci highlighted in CT
Name the tumor: Butterfly tumor
Glutamate release inhibitor used to treat ALS
Anticonvulsant causing acute hemorrhagic pancreatitis & hepatic failure in 1 in 500 kids under 2
Name the disease: deficit in ceruloplasmin
Name the fungus: tiny yeast forms in macrophages
name the toxin: hemorrhagic necrosis of putamen, retinal degeneration leading to blindness
Name the parasite: MCC adult-onset seizures in Latin America
Name the (intracranial) tumor: Von Hippel Lindau
Name the fungus: most common fungal infxn of CNS found at autopsy
Hormone produced by paraventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus
Name the syndrome: ataxia & confabulation in an alcoholic
Name the inheritance pattern: ALD/AMLD
Part of frontal cortex responsible for working memory
Name the structure: damage leads to conductive aphasia
Name the pathway: connects amygdala to hypothalamus & mamillary bodies
Name the pathway: connects aminergic nuclei (brainstem) to hypothalamus & PFC
Name the virus: negri bodies
Name the disease: large peripheral nerves w/ onion bulbing
Protein accumulation: post-encephalitic Parkinsonism
Protein accumulation in progressive supranuclear palsy
Hormone produced by supraoptic nucleus of hypothalamus
Braches of MCA that supplies genu, PLIC, basal ganglia
Three major inputs to hypothalamus. Name one
Artery occluded in Wallenberg's syndrome
Name the syndrome: opalski cells & Alzheimer type II astrocytes
Name the tumor: psammoma bodies
Name the myelin disease: globoid cells
Name one output of hippocampus
Name the pathway: connects mamillary bodies to anterior thalamus
Name the etiology: blunting of grey-white junction on CT
Name one input to hippocampus
Name the virus: Cowdry type B inclusion
Name the tumor: 1p and 19q co-deleter
Name the disease: multiple ring-enhancing lesions in HIV patient
Second line drug for partial epilepsies
Name the tumor: Verocay body
Name the disease: single ring-enhancing lesion in HIV patient
Branch of PCA that supplies posteriolateral thalamic nuclei (LGN, MGN, VPL)
Cholinesterase inhibitor used to treat Alzheimer's
Name the disease: oligoclonal bands in CSF
NE-pruducing nucleus that projects onto VTA in reward pathway
Protein mutation in Friedreich's Ataxia
Name the defect: failure of cleavage a/w trisomy 13 & 18
Name the defective enzyme: Metachromatic Leukodystrophy
Name the pathway: connects hippocampus to hypothalamus & mamillary bodies
Protein accumulation in Lewy Body Dementia
Name the tumor: headache when pt tilts their head
Muscle relaxant used to treat malignant hyperthermia
Name the disease: deposits of drusen
Name the tumor: Rosenthal fibers
Name the inheritance pattern: Metachromatic leukodystrophy
Name the virus: Cowdry type A inclusion
Part of frontal cortex responsible for restraint & moral judgment
Name the gene: mutation in neurofibromatosis type 2
Name the virus: ground glass inclusion
Name the disease: Kayser-Fleischer rings
Anticonvulsant that auto-induces its own metabolism
Name the disorder: triplet expansion on chromosome 19, impaired muscle relaxation, internal nuclei in muscle biopsy
Name the fungus: soap bubble cysts in parenchyma
Lidocaine: amide or ester?
Protein accumulation in Pick's disease
Name an anticonvulsant that modifies calcium channels
Name the tumor: Homer Wright Rosettes
Name the structure: damage leads to alexia & agraphia
Name the myelin disease: defect in transporter of lignoceroyl-CoA Ligase
Name the tumor: Antoni A & Antoni B
Name the hemorrhage: midline brainstem 2-2 uncal herniation
First line drug for partial epilepsies
Name the MRI type: grey matter grey, white matter white
Part of frontal cortex responsible for 'connectedness'
Three major outputs of hypthalamus. Name one
Name the drug: 'standard' brain tumor treatment
First-line drug for absence seizures
Protein accumulations in Alzheimer's
Name the toxin: bilateral liquefactive necrosis of globus pallidus
Dopaminergic nucleus that projects onto nucleus accumbens in reward pathway
Name the defective enzyme: Krabbe
Anticonvulsant with non-linear elimination: dose carefully!
Protein accumulation in multiple system atrophy
Name the tumor: little orphan annie eyes
Name the myelin disease: parieto-occipital dymelination & hypoadrenalism

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