Flashcards in 100% PANCE Questions Deck (59)
Boring back pain that is non-traumatic indicates what?
What NSAID will close babies PDA after 32 weeks?
Pterygium vs. Pinguecula
Pterygium has corneal involvement
Elliptical vs. Concave bleeding on head CT scan
Elliptical = Epidural, Concave (Crescent) = Subdural
Fetal Monitoring Accelerations:
Variable Cord Compression
Early Head Compression
Late Placenta Insufficiency
Gout vs.Pseudo Gout
Gout = Negative Birefringent / Needle Crystals, Psuedo Gout = Positive Birefringent / Rhomboid Crystals
Black pt who can't breath. Ground Glass appearance and bilateral hilar adenopathy on CXR, elevated ESR, subcutaneous nodules.
Sarcoidosis. Treat with Prednisone. Labs will show hypercalcemia and elevated serum ACE.
Effect of CMV on baby
Sensoneural hearing loss
Target lesions and sulfa use or antibiotics
Can mothers with Mastitis continue to breastfeed?
YES! Give ABX and US if things don't get better.
Trichomoniasis. May also have a green discharge. Tx is Metronidazole
Angina vs Unstable Angina
Angina = 3min, Unstable = >30min and relief w/ NTG
Herald Patch / Erythematous / Oval-shaped / Christmas-tree distribution
Miosis vs mydriasis
Miosis = Constricted pupils, Mydriasis = Dialated pupils
Most common organism resposible for common aquired pneumonia?
Hip/groin pain in kiddo 4-10yo, w/ painless limp?
Hip/groin pain in kiddo 12-16yo and obese?
What does a Coombs test tell us?
Hereditary spherocytosis anemia
What do Heinz Bodies indicate?
G6PD deficiency anemia
Adenosine / Amiodarone / Atropine
SVT / V-Tach / Bradycardia
Hyperthyroidism for preggos?
Direct vs. Indirect Hernia
Direct: Does not protrude into the scrotum and is lateral to epigastric vessel; Indirect: Congenital and may protrude into the scrotum and is medial to the epigastric vessel
What type of pneumonia causes GI issues
Legionella pneumophila. Also causes a drop in sodium levels with other typical pneumonia symptoms.
Reed Steinberg Cells
Child w/ LLQ pain (Not appendicitis)
Intussusception. Currant jelly stools.
Think Monospot, EBV, RUQ pain, Flu-like symptoms
Loud, harsh holo-systolic murmur at LLSB
VSD. Closes at 6 months usually.
What is the most common opportunistic infection in patients with HIV?
Pneumocystis pneumonia (PCP). Test for it with LDH. Batwing appearance on CXR.
Adnexal tenderness and chandelier sign
PID. Tx is Cefotetan and Doxy.