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In a child with gout and inexplicable injuries, consider ______ syndrome
4 D's of posterior circulation stroke
If a patient presents with progressive jerking of successive body regions and hallucinations but without loss of consciousness, think _____ seizures.
______ nodes: PIP enlargement
'CHANGes' in MCA stroke
Beware of _____ artery entrapment in supracondylar humerus fracture.
Oral _______ are associated with an increased risk of tendon rupture and tendinitis.
A significant difference between the gait abnormalities of Parkinson's and that of NPH is preservation of _______ in NPH.
'MAKE SAH' Conditions associated with berry aneurysms
SLE and RA both affect the MCP and PIP joints, the difference is that ____ is nondeforming.
Hydroxychloroquine causes _____ toxicity.
If you see infantile spasms in the setting of a hypopigmented lesion on the child's trunk, consider _______
Bowel or bladder dysfunction, impotence, and saddle-area anesthesia are consistent with ________ syndrome, which is a surgical emergency.
______ syndrome: characterized by RA, splenomegaly, and neutropenia.
Most common benign bone tumor
Most common primary CNS tumors in children
CREST syndrome
_____ glaucoma headaches are triggered by darkness due to pupillary dilation.
______ palsy with pupillary involvement is associated with berry aneurysms.
Rule out vertebral artery ______ in those with persistent headache or neck pain and intermittent isolated dizziness or vertigo.
_____ sarcoma: a child 10-20 years of age with a multilayered 'onion-skinning' finding on x-ray in the diaphyseal regions of the femur.
For optic neuritis, give ____, not oral corticosteroids.
If a patient presents with an episode of lip smacking associated with an impaired level of consciousness and followed by confusion, think ____ seizures
Gout crystals appear _____ when parallel to the condenser.
If a 25-year old male wakes up repeatedly during the night with unilateral periorbital pain associated with ipsilateral lacrimation, think _____ headache.
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If a 20-year old female develops headaches after drinking red wine, think ______
A 'blown pupil' suggests impending brainstem ____
In the United States, macular ________ is the leading cause of permanent bilateral visual loss in the elderly.
______ fracture: Diaphyseal fracture of the radius with dislocation of the distal radioulnar join. Results from a direct blow to the radius.
_____ nodes: DIP enlargement
Repetitive nerve stimulation reveals a characteristic incremental response in Lambert-Eaton myasthenic syndrome but shows a decremental response in _______
If a 43 year old male patient presents with a sudden onset of chorea, irritability, and antisocial behavior and his father experienced these symptoms at a slightly older age, think
55 year old male presents with slowly progressive weakness in his left upper extremity and later his right, associated with fasciculations and atrophy, but without bladder disturba
_____ tumor of bone: a female 20-40 years of age presenting with knee pain and a mass along with a 'soap-bubble' appearance on x-ray in the epiphyseal/metaphyseal region of long bo
Symptoms of increased ICP
The _____ joint is spared in RA but is involved in OA
Open angle glaucoma generally occurs bilaterally, but ______ glaucoma occurs unilaterally
Artificial life support can be discontinued only after _____ physicians have declared the patient legally brain dead
SLE can cause a + VDRL or ____ test.
Most common primary CNS tumors in adults
______ inhibits neutrophil chemotaxis and is most effective when used early during a gout flare. It can cause diarrhea and bone marrow suppression (neutropenia).
If a 30-year old female complains of headaches at the end of the day that worsen with stress and improve with relaxation or massage, think ______ headache
Volkmann's contracture of the wrist and fingers is caused by compartment syndrome, which can be associated with __________ humerus fractures.
____ is the third most common cause of death and the leading cause of major disability in the United States.
____ arthritis: can see, can't pee, can't climb a tree (uveitis, urethritis, arthritis)
Keratoconjunctivitis sicca secondary to Sjogren's syndrome is a common ocular manifestation of _____
If a male infant is brought to the hospital with muscular jerks and an uncle who had the same problem, think infantile spasms (_______ syndrome)
_______ endocarditis: Noninfectious vegetations often seen on the mitral valve in association with SLE and antiphospholipid syndrome.
5 A's of Guillain-Barre Syndrome
MS classic triad: scanning speech, intranuclear ophthalmoplegia, and _______

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