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Cardiology

Subject : health-sciences
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1. Restrictive cardiomyopathy causes






2. 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






3. Weak pulses - notching of the ribs on xray - HTN in upper extremeties and weak peripheral pulses






4. How are the sarcomeres added in eccentric hypertrophy?






5. What is the progression of atherosclerosis?






6. What causes the early cyanosis in Tet of Fallot?






7. Which lab value indicates blood viscosity?






8. congenital heart defect with turner's






9. What do the starling forces determine






10. Which bacteria causes rheumatic heart disease






11. Which channel accounts for automaticity of the SA and AV nodes?






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






13. What stimulates release of calcium from the SR?






14. Rank the pacemakers cells






15. How does aldosterone raise MAP






16. What causes aortic regurg






17. Left to right shunts are more common in babies or kids?






18. Do dihydropyridine or non - dihyrdropyridine Ca channel blockers decrease contractility






19. disease of elastic arteries and large and medium sized muscular arteries






20. What channels do the the pacemaker cells lack?






21. what percentage of HTN is secondary to renal disease?






22. The cause of pulmonary edema - paroxysmal nocturnal dyspnea?






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






24. necrotizing granulomas in lung and upper airways - nectrotizing GN - small vessel vasculitis






25. Hyperplastic onion skinning






26. What does FAN MY SKIN On Wednesday stand for?






27. Exercise - overtransfusiion and excitiment causes and increase in...?






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






29. moncekberg






30. What causes tet of fallot?






31. What does FROM JANE stand for in bacterial endocarditis?






32. disruption of the vasa vasorum of aorta - dilation of aorta and valve ring - tree bark appearance (calcifications on aortic root)






33. What causes the CO curve to shift upwards?






34. The cause of dyspnea on exertion?






35. What is the most common cause of right heart failure






36. What is the cushing triad?






37. In terms of starling forces - why does nephrotic syndrome or liver failure cause edems






38. What causes the murmur heard in MR to enhance?






39. When does extracellular calcium enter the cardiac muscle cells during contraction?






40. Which murmur do you hear in mitral stenosis?






41. What is the formula for EF?






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






43. In the cardiac cycle - which period has the highest 02 consumption?






44. What causes ankle - sacral edema - jugular venous distention






45. What other syndrom is associated with infantile aortic coarctation






46. Do you see elevaged ASO titers in rheumatic heart disease






47. What does the LAD supply?






48. Where is the most posterior portion of the heart and What can it cause?






49. How does a patient with Tet of fallot learn to improve symptoms?






50. What do patients die early from in rheumatic heart disease?