Flashcards in Cardiovascular Deck (392)
How do myxomas most often present?
What is the most common cardiac tumor in children?
What is a Rhabdomyoma associated with?
What is the broad reason as to my a patient can present with Kussmauls Sign seen?
negative intrathoracic pressure cant be transmitted to the heart
What two conditions can produce Reynaud Syndrome?
SLE or CREST
In what population does a strawberry hemangioma arise? What is their pattern of growth?
grow and then regress
In what population does a cherry hemangioma arise? Do these regress?
In what two conditions can a pyogenic granuloma arise?
What is a cystic hygroma?
lymphangioma of neck
What disease is a cystic hygroma associated with?
Where does a glomus tumor present?
in the fingers
What type of cells does a glomus tumor originate from?
modified smooth muscle cells
What is an angioma?
benign tumor of lymphatic or vascular walls
What is angiomatosis?
non-neoplastic proliferation of blood vessels in various organs
What bacteria causes Bacillary Angiomatosis? Mimmicks what disease?
In what patient group is Bacillary Angiomatosis most commonly seen?
Where on the body does an angiosarcoma often present/
sun exposed areas
What causes a lymphangiosarcoma?
persistent lymph drainage
What type of cell is malignant in Kaposi Sarcoma?
What virus causes Kaposi's?
What sex and age is most likely to present with Temporal (Giant Cell) Arteritis?
What would be two common clinical complaints of Temporal Arteritis?
What is the main risk during Temporal Arteritis?
How is Temporal Arteritis treated?
What sex and age is most likely to present with Takayasu Arteritis?
female, asian, under 40
What is Takayasu Arteritis? What type of inflammation?
intimal thickeing of aortic arch and brances
How is Takayasu Arteritis treated?
What specific virus has seropositivity in a select few cases of polyarteritis nodosa?
What two vessels are most commonly involved during Polyarteritis Nodosa?
renal and visceral vessels