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First Aid Basics

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1. Mature teratoma in women






2. Antibodies to presynaptic Ca2+ channels at NM junction






3. Liver (hepatocellular carcinoma)






4. 32%/18% female






5. Follicular and undifferentiated lymphomas anti - apoptotic molecule (oncogene)






6. Tumor marker: melanoma - neural tumors - astrocytomas






7. Tumor marker: thyroid medullary carcinoma






8. Vascular: ICAM-1 Leukocyte: LFA-1 (integrin)






9. PECAM-1






10. Hepatocellular carcinoma






11. Melanoma - basal cell carcinoma - and especially squamous cell carcinomas of the skin.






12. Vascular: E and P- selectin Leukocyte: Sialyl Lewis






13. Wilms' tumor 11p tumor suppressor






14. Breast and ovarian cancer 17q tumor suppressor (DNA repair protein)






15. Infections - inflammation - cancer - pregnancy - SLE






16. Restoration of normal structure - granulation tissue (vascularized + fibrosis) - abscess (fibrosis + pus) - fistula or scarring (collagen).






17. Sickle cell (altered shape) - polycythemia (too many) - CHF (unknown)






18. Tumor marker: (Normal in fetus). Hepatocellular carcinomas. Nonseminomatous germ cell tumors of the testis.






19. During embryogenesis - hormone induction and atrophy. Increased mitochondrial permeability and cytochrome c release. Increase Bax (pro - apoptotic) - decreased Bcl -2 (anti - apopotic).






20. AA






21. Hemangioma






22. Liposarcoma






23. Hyperplasia - metaplasia - dysplasia






24. Bacterial products (CLIK):C5a - LTB4 - IL-8 - Kallikrein






25. AL






26. Erythropoietin






27. Esophageal adenocarcinoma






28. ADH






29. Malignant melanoma






30. Osteoma






31. Lymphoma






32. Tumor marker: neuroblastoma - lung and gastric cancer






33. Neuroblastoma transcription factor (oncogene)






34. All - AML






35. Skin (SqCC) - liver (angiosarcoma)






36. Enzymatic degradation and protein denaturation due to exogenous injury. Inflammatory process where intracellular components extravasate.






37. Lipoma






38. Caused by peroxidation of membrane lipids. Causes acute gastric bleeding and chronic metabolic acidosis and scarring.






39. Prostate (blastic) - thyroid - testes - breast (lytic and blastic) - lung (lytic) - kidney (breast and prostate are most common)






40. Hyperuricemia (excess NA turnover)






41. Esophagus - stomach






42. Colon>stomach>pancreas>breast>lung (liver and lung are the most common places for mets)






43. Leiomyoma






44. Bladder (transitional cell carcinoma)






45. PTH- related peptide - TGF- beta - TNF - IL-1






46. Lung (mesothelioma and bronchogenic carcinoma)






47. Rhabdomyoma






48. Neutrophils (eos in the gut) - plus other granular leukocytes and antibodies.






49. Malignant lymphoma






50. Mature teratoma in men or malignant teratoma in M/F