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1.

Severe Combined Immunodeficiency (First Aid 2013 page 207)

2.

Brutons Agammaglobulinemia (First Aid 2013 page 206)

3.

Common Variable Immunodeficiency (First Aid 2013 page 206)

4.

Digoxin Mechanism and Indication (First Aid 2013 page 282)

5.

Digoxin Toxicity (First Aid 2013 page 282)

6.

Multiple Myeloma Pathophysiology (First Aid 2013 page 363)

7.

Multiple Myeloma Symptoms (First Aid 2013 page 363)

8.

Dilated cardiomyopathy (First Aid 2013 page 272)

9.

Restrictive cardiomyopathy (First Aid 2013 page 272)

10. Bacterial endocarditis (First Aid 2013 page 274)


11. Rheumatic fever (First Aid 2013 page 274)
12. Focal segmental glomerulosclerosis (First Aid 2013 page 490)
13. Rapidly progressive glomerulonephritis (First Aid 2013 page 492)
14. Maple syrup urine disease (First Aid 2013 page 109)
15. Pyruvate dehydrogenase deficiency (First Aid 2013 page 101)
16. Campylobacter jejuni (First Aid 2013 page 136)
17. Syphilis (First Aid 2013 page 138)
18. Clostridium botulinum (First Aid 2013 page124)
19. Cornybacterium diphtheria (First Aid 2013 page 130)
20. Adenovirus (First Aid 2013 page 155)
21. Varicella zoster (First Aid 2013 page 156)
22. Tuberous sclerosis (First Aid 2013 page 85)
23. Von Hippel Lindau (First Aid 2013 page 85)
24. P450 inducers (First Aid 2013 page 242)
25. P450 inhibitors (First Aid 2013 page 242)

26. Kawasacki disease (First Aid 2013 page 276)


27. Henoch Schonlein Purpura (First Aid 2013 page 277)
28. Vitamin A Toxicity (First Aid 2013 page 90)
29. Vitamin D Toxicity (First Aid 2013 page 94)
30. Wernicke Korsakoff (First Aid 2013 page 90)

Lysosomal storage disorders

Upper limb nerves

Lower limb nerves

Glycogen storage disorders

Vitamins deficiencies

Drugs of abuse

CD molecules and the significance of each

Tumor suppressor genes

Oncogenic Translocations

G protein receptors types and hormone examples

Diffusion limited versus perfusion limited

Steroid synthesis and adrenal cortex pathways

Exotoxins

Streptococci and Staphylococci characteristics

Antibiotic mechanism of actions

Rickettsia

Parasites (all of them)

Leukocyte/endothelium interaction

Sleep stages with their EEG changes

Hemoglobin synthesis pathway and porphyria

MEN Types

Cardiomyopathy types

Teratogenic drugs

Muscarininc and Adrenergic lists

The glomerulonephritis histopathologic changes

Bone tumors

Leukemias

List of Drug Inducers and Inhibitors

HLA Associations

Hypothalamic nuclei

List of antivirals and their mode of action

List of viral classes and their exceptions

Purines and Pyrimidines pathways

Monoclonal antibodies and anticancer drugs

Autoantibodies

CD counts landmarks in HIV infection

Pharyngeal arches and pouches and their derivatives

Antiarrhythmics classes

Pharmacology equations

Lipoprotein pathways and metabolism

List of forgettables
CI : x+-Z(S/N)
Kaplan step 1 Neuro Brainstem Lesion CN and Arteries
UW Questions on Biostatics, Preventive Medicine and Electrolytes.
APGAR score
Jaundice in Infants
Vaccines p.57-64 Kaplan Peds, p. 341-343 MTB-3, p. 359-360 MTB-CK
Milestones
Childhood exanthemas p. 255-260 Kaplan peds CK and p. 376 MTB3
EEG description of different seizures (p. 373 MTB3)
Preventive Medicine

Epigastric Pain p. 242 MTBCK


Samogy and Dawns insulin effects
LDL management ATP II guidelines and CAD risk factors p. 50 MTBCK
Hyponatremia pocket medicine
Leukemias and lymphomas classifications and chemotherapy
Surgical management of Hyperparathyroidism
Genital Ulcer Disease diagnosis and treatments
RTAs
Acid base disorders compensations
Light Criteria (Effusion) and PFTs
Asthma management p. 129 MTB-CK
Criteria for O2 on COPD
Drugs STEMI & UA/NSTEMI
PPD
Endocarditis prophylaxis
Cardiac rhythm disorders, ACLS
Acne classification and treatment
Ophthalmology
HIV
Absolute contraindications to thrombolytics
Indications for valve replacements
Murmurs
Kussmaul sign and pulse
A-a Gradient (150-(PaCO2+20% OF PaCO2))-PaO2 p. 286 Kaplan IM CK and ARDS Equation
Orthostasis p. 253
Glasgow scale
Trauma from Surgery LN
Associations between Psychiatric diseases.
Tetanus vaccine indications
Birth rates p. 15 Kaplan CK OB/GYN
Laboratories in pregnancy Chapter 5
Cardinal movements p. 119 and Stages of Labor duration p. 121 KAPLAN OB/GYN CK
Twins
Gestational Diabetes
Antepartum fetal testing chapter 12 OB/GYN
Normal and Abnormal Labor Ch. 14 OB/GYN
Breast Engorgement vs Plugged Ducts vs Mastitis
Urinary Incontinence p. 163-168
Cervical cancer screening, diagnosis and tx.
Staging Cervical, Endometrial, Ovarian Cancer and Breast Cancer
Remember All The Differential Diagnosis in OB/GYN:
-1ST TRIMESTER BLEEDING: 1]ECTOPIC PREGNANCY 2]EMBRYONIC DEMISE 3]THREATENED ABORTION
4]INEVITABLE ABORTION 5]INCOMPLETE ABORTION 6]COMPLETED ABORTION 7]MOLAR PREGNANCY
8]LESION CERVIX/VAGINA
-2ND & 3RD TRIMESTER BLEEDING (After 20 weeks): 1]ABRUPTIO PLACENTA 2]PLACENTA PREVIA 3]VASA
PREVIA 4]UTERINE RUPTURE
-Preterm Uterine Activity: 1]Uterine Irritability 2]Braxton-Hicks Contractions 3]Preterm Contractions 4]Preterm
Labor
-ENLARGED UTERUS: 1]Pregnancy 2]Leiomyomas 3]Adenomyosis
-POSTMENOPAUSAL BLEEDING: 1]Cervical/Vaginal Atrophy 2]Polyps 3]Endometrial Hyperplasia 4]Endometrial
Carcinoma 5]HRT
-2 0 DYSMENORREA: 1]Endometriosis 2] Adenomyosis 3]Leiomyomas 4]Chronic PID
-ABNORMAL VAGINAL BLEEDING (Reproductive Years): 1]PREGNANCY COMPLICATIONS 2]ANATOMIC CAUSES
3]DUB(ANOVULATION) 4]ENDOMETRIAL HYPERPLASIA
-20 AMENORRHEA: 1]PREGNANCY 2]ANOVULATION 3]ESTROGEN DEFICIENCY 4]OUTFLOW TRACT
OBSTRUCTION
-10 AMENORRHEA: 1]VAGINAL AGENESIS/SEPTUM & IMPERFORATED HYMEN 2]MULLERIAN AGENESIS &
ANDROGEN INSENSITIVITY 3] TURNERS & KALLMANS
-PRECOCIOUS PUBERTY: 1]IDIOPATHIC 2]CNS PATHOLOGY 3]GRANULOSA CELL TUMOR 4] McCUNE-ALBRIGHT
SYNDROME

-HIRSUTISM: 1]IDIOPATHIC 2]PCOS 3]OVARIAN 4] ADRENAL TUMOR 5]CAH LATE ONSET


-INFERTILITY: 1]ANOVULATION 2] SEMEN PROBLEM 3]TUBAL DISEASE 4]UNEXPLAINED

Lysosomal storage disorders


* Upper limb nerves
* Lower limb nerves
* Glycogen storage disorders
* Vitamins deficiencies
* Drugs of abuse
* CD molecules and the significance of each
* Tumor suppressor genes
* Oncogenic Translocations
* Bone tumors
* G protein receptors types and hormone examples
* Diffusion limited versus perfusion limited
* Steroid synthesis and adrenal cortex pathways
* Exotoxins
* Streptococci and Staphylococci characteristics
* Antibiotic mechanism of actions
* Rickettsia
* Parasites (all of them)
* Leukocyte/endothelium interaction
* Sleep stages with their EEG changes
* Hemoglobin synthesis pathway and porphyria
* MEN Types
* Cardiomyopathy types
* Teratogenic drugs
* Muscarininc and Adrenergic lists
* The glomerulonephritis histopathologic changes
* Bone tumors
* Leukemias
* Inducers and Inhibitors
* HLA Associations
* Hypothalamic nuclei
* List of antivirals and their mode of action
* List of viral classes and their exceptions
* Purines and Pyrimidines pathways
* Site of metabolic pathways and key enzymes
* Monoclonal antibodies and anticancer drugs
* Autoantibodies
* CD counts landmarks in HIV infection
* Pharyngeal arches and pouches and their derivatives
* Antiarrhythmics classes