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Cardiology

Subject : health-sciences
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1. moncekberg






2. In an acute MI - are there any visible changes via LM in the first 2-4 hours






3. What causes aortic regurg






4. Endothelial malignancy of the skin assocated with HHV-8 and HIV






5. wartiike - sterile vegetations occur on both sides of the valve - commonly causes mitral regurg. SLE causes it






6. In an EKG - What is the p wave?






7. congenital heart defect with congenital rubella






8. What is a normal EF






9. What is sudden cardiac death most commonly due to...






10. Unilateral headache - jaw claudication - impaired vision






11. What is association with fixed S2 splitting - does not increase with inspiration






12. Which class of drugs decreases afterload?






13. What does FEVERSS stand for in rheumatic heart disease






14. Which bacteria causes rheumatic heart disease






15. What does the U wave indicated?






16. What causes the midsystolic click






17. absecnce of tricuspid valve - hypoplastic RV






18. What causes tet of fallot?






19. What are tendinous xanthoma - atheromas - and corneal arcus signs of?






20. What supplies the posterior left ventricle?






21. L to R shunt becomes R to L due to increase pulm pressures from original congenital heart defect






22. congenital heart defect with 22q11






23. Which bacteria causes endocarditis in the presence of colon cancer






24. decrease stretch in baroreceptors leads to what response?






25. In an inferior wall infarct - which artery is affected and which leads show Q waves






26. rate of 02 consumption/ arterial 02 - venous 02 ccontent=CO






27. When do you see extensive coagulative necrosis in an MI






28. What does T wave inversion indicated?






29. in the JVP - What is the v wave?






30. Which murmur is characteristic of mitral/tricuspid regurg?






31. Equilibration of diastolic pressures in all 4 chambers - decreased CO from compression of heart by fluid in pericardium






32. In the cardiac and vascular function curves - In what instance is the vascular curve shifted to the left?






33. port wine stains on face - intracerebral AVM - siezures - early onset glaucoma - congenital






34. most common primary cardiac tumor in children - associated with tuberous sclerosis






35. What kind of dysfunction ensues in restrictive cardiomyopathy






36. Rank the pacemakers cells






37. segmental thrombosing vasculitis of small and medium vessels in smokers with intermittent claudication - superficial nodular phlebitis - raynaud's - gangrene and severe pain - autoamputation of digits is possible






38. When do coronary arteries fill?






39. What causes the ejection click in the Cres - decres murmur?






40. Does blood flow across the actual ASD account for abnormal heart sounds? What is the reason?






41. highly lethal malignancy of the liver - associated with vinyl chloride - arsenic - and thorosrast exposure






42. What other congenital abnormality is necessary for life for a patient with transposition of the great vesses?






43. PCWP is an estimate of...






44. Where does coronary artery occlusion occur most commonly?






45. When during cardiac nodal cells depolarize?






46. What are the 5 T's of cyanoitc babies






47. What does mitral prolapse predeispose to?






48. What is the cushing triad?






49. EDV is also known as






50. dilated tortous veins due to chronically inc venous pressure - poor wound healing - varicose ulcers