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Ddx of breast mass? (9)

1. Breast cyst
2. Fibroadenoma
3. Cystosarcoma phyllodes
4. Fat necrosis
5. Abscess
6. Lactating adenoma
7. Juvenile hypertrophy
8. Gynecomastia
9. Cancer

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what are the two variations of Fibroadenoma?

1. Giant fibroadenoma: >5cm, usually in pregnant or lactating women, usually shrink
2. Juvenile fibroadenoma: adolescent females, around time of puberty

3

how does cystosarcoma phyllodes spread?

hematogenously NOT lymph nodes

4

what is cystosaracoma phyllodes? tx?

- found in 30-40yr old WOMEN
- look like fibroadenoma on US
- painless mass
-tx: local excision

5

what is juvenile hypertrophy? treatment?

- bilateral hypertrophy
tx: subcutaneous mastectomy or reduction mammoplasty

6

what are the 3 peaks of gynecomastia?

1. Neonatal: due to maternal estrogen in utero
2. Puberty: reassurance
3. 50-70 yrs: drugs, liver disease, gonadal failure
*not a risk factor for breast ca*

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Ddx of calcifications/abnormal mamogram? (6)

1. Mass lesions
2. Radial scar
3. Ductal ectasia
4. Sclerosing adenosis
5. Lobular hyperplasia
6. Cancer

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Treatment of ALH/ADH?

- excision to exclude DCIS
- dont need to have negative margins

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what are the contraindications to breast preservation? (5)

1. Inability to receive radiation (prior radiation, pregnancy, collagen vascular disease)
2. High tumor to breast size ratio
3. Multifocal disease
4. Inability to achieve negative margins
5. Fibrous tissue disorders

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when is a SLNBx contraindicated?

if there are palpable lymph nodes in the axilla

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when should you do radiation therapy after a mastectomy?

Tumor >5cm and more than 4 LN positive

12

what are prehepatic causes of jaundice? (4)

Hemolysis:
1. Congenital
2. Transfusion reaction
3. Autoimmune
4. Drug induced

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What are intra-hepatic causes of jaundice? (5)

1. Hepatitis
2. Cirrhosis
3. Hepatocellular diseases (gilberts, hemochromatosis, wilsons, G6PD def, crigler-najjar)
4. Hepatic abscess (pyogenic, amebic)
5. Hepatic cancer (primary or metastatic)

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Posthepatic causes of jaundice? (5)

1. Cholecystitis
2. Choledocholithiasis
3. Biliary stricture
4. Pancreatic cancer
5. Cholestasis (pregnancy, sepsis, CHF)

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What are some key things to ask about in a pt w jaundice for history?

1. itching
2. dark urine
3. light stools
4. travel
5. blood transfusions

16

What is charcots triad?

1. RUQ pain
2. Fever
3. Jaundice

17

what is reynolds pentad?

1. RUQ pain
2. Fever
3. Jaundice
4. Hypotension
5. Altered mental status

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what lab tests should you order in jaundice pt?

1. LFTs (AST, ALT, AP, total ind/direct bili, albumin, PT)
2. CBC, peripheral blood smear
3. Pregnancy test
4. direct coombs test for autoimmune hemolysis

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what is the differential diagnosis of a neck mass? (7 categories)

1. Thyroid: cyst, goiter, cancer
2. Lymph Node: infected, reactive, lymphoma, metastatic cancer
3. Salivary gland: submandibular or parotid tumor (benign or malignant)
4. Soft tissue: abscess, lipoma, sebaceous cyst, primary soft tissue tumor
5. Vascular (hemangioma, carotid body tumor, aneurysm)
6. Nerve: neuroma
7. Congenital remnants

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What are the congenital remnants that can present as a neck mass?

1. Thyroglossal duct cyst
2. Branchial cleft cyst
3. Dermoid cyst

21

things to ask about in history for someone w a neck mass?

1. Recent URI
2. Insect bites/exposure to animals
3. family history (esp MEN syndrome)
4. Radiation exposure
5. Obstructive symptoms

22

mass in the midline of the neck? (4 ddx)

1. Thyroglossal duct cyst: moves w swallowing, in child
2. Abscess
3. Lipoma
4. Sebaceous or dermoid cyst

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mass in the lateral neck?

1. Inflammatory LN
2. Metastatic cancer
3. Salivary gland tumor
4. Branchial cleft cysts: usually 20-30yo, small pit in skin anterior to SCM
5. Carotid body aneurysm or tumor

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treatment of thyroglossal duct cysts?

excision w a segment of hyoid bone (sistrunk procedure)

25

what level do you check in medullary ca of thyroid?

Calcitonin

26

Differential diagnosis for dysphagia? (functional disorders) (3)

1. Achalasia
2. Chagas disease
3. Esophageal spasm syndromes

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What are thee 4 esophageal spasm syndromes?

1. Nutcracker esophagus
2. Diffuse esophageal spasm
3. Hypertensive lower esophageal sphincter
4. Non-specific elongated motor disorders

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Mechanical disorders causing dysphagia?

1. Benign or malignant
2. Stricture
3. GERD
4. Hiatal hernia
5. Diverticuli (zenkers, epiphrenic, traction)