Semester 5 final 4

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Semester 5 final 4
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  1. Acute pancreatitis
  2. Acute pancreatitis
  3. Chronic pancreatitis
  4. Endometrial cancer
  5. Serous cystadenocarcinoma
  6. Teratoma
  7. Granulosa cell tumor
  8. Signet ring adenocarcinoma of the stomach
  9. Familial adenomatous polyposis
  10. Carcinoma of the colon
  11. Crohns disease
  12. Crohn's disease
  13. Noncaseating granuloma of Crohn's disease
  14. Pseudopolyps of ulcerative colitis
  15. Crypt abscesses of Ulcerative colitis
  16. Pyoderma gangrenosum of Crohn's Disease

  17. This is most likely a complication of what abdominal disease?
    Ulcerative Colitis (toxic megacolon)

  18. What type of abdominal disease presents with these manifestations?
    Crohns Disease
  19. What is the treatment for Crohns disease?
    • Mild:
    • - Loperamide

    • Moderate:
    • - Sulfasalazine
    • - ciprofloxacin or metronidazole
    • - prednisone
    • - azathoprine
    • - infliximab or adalimumab
  20. Treatment for Ulcerative colitis?
    • MILD:
    • - antidiarrheal
    • - enemas
    • - aminosalicylates
    • - steroids

    • MODERATE:
    • - Immunomodulator (cyclosporine)
    • - surgery

  21. What type of pattern is seen here?
    Granular

  22. Where are the immune complexes located?
    subendothelial

  23. What is this loop nephritis usually associated with?
    SLE

  24. What is shown here in this SLE patient?
    IgG and complement deposits at the dermo-epidermal junction.

  25. What is the diagnosis in the SLE patient?
    Libman Sacks Endocarditis

  26. What is the most likely diagnosis?
    Swollen parotid galnds = Sicca syndrome(Sjogren)

  27. What is the most likely diagnosis based on the skin biopsy?
    Scleroderma

  28. What is the lesion called?
    Sclerodactyly

  29. What is the most likely diagnosis?
    • Dermatomyosistis
    • MIDDLE: inflammatory infiltrate in muscle
    • FAR RIGHT: Inclusion body myositis

  30. What is the most likely diagnosis?
    Pemphigous Vulgaris

  31. What is the most likely diagnosis?
    Bullous Pemphigoid

  32. Picture demonstrates ab against Hemidesmosomes, what is the most likely diagnosis?
    Bullous Pemphigoid

  33. What is seen on fundoscopy?
    Cotton wool Spots

  34. What diagnosis is suggestive of this xray?
    Pulmonary edema

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