Neuro
HEENT
Toxicology
Psychology
GI
100

signs and symptoms include: nausea/vomiting, photophobia, and headaches that are usually unilateral and focused 

Migraine Headaches

100

Two conditions associated with a "barking cough"

Croup and Tracheitis

100

What are the five main toxidromes

Narcotic, sympathomimetic, sedative-hypnotic, cholinergic, and anticholinergic

100

severe abnormal muscle spasms leading to contortions and postures

dystonia

100

melena or coffee ground emesis

signs of upper GI bleeds

200

presents as staring or freezing episodes

Absent seizures

200

Chronic symptoms of vertigo, low frequency hearing loss, tinnitus, and fullness feeling in ear

Meniere Disease

200

Primary organ affected by tylenol overdoses

Liver

200

Delusions, easily distracted, use of neologisms, and hallucinations

s/sxs of psychosis 

200

Flank bruising is often referred to as

Grey turners sign

300

Cerebellum functions

unconscious management of complex motor activity

300

symptoms include loss of peripheral vision leading to eventual tunnel vision, cloudy appearance to cornea, and during acute attacks: headaches and eye pain usually triggered by pupil dilation

Glaucoma

300

amyl nitrate, hydrococobalamin, and methylene blue

treatments for cyanide poisoning

300

presenting with pressured speech, markedly hyperactive, exaggerated perception of happiness, and tangential thinking

s/sxs of mania

300

application of pressure in the right quadrant during inspiration causes pain and a sudden cease in inspiration

Murphy Sign

400

Stiffening and rhythmic jerking

Tonic clonic seizures- grand mal

400

Most commonly caused by the Haemophilus influenza type B virus

Epiglottis

400

class of psych medication overdose associated with "hot as a hare, blind as a bat, dry as a bone, red as a beet and mad as a hatter"

Tricyclic Antidepressants

400

seizures, brain tumors, chronic alcohol/drug use, chronic hypoxia, and TBIs

Examples of organic brain syndrome

400

pain often described as burning, gnawing, achy and difficult to localize

Visceral 

500

impairment affecting production or understanding of speech and ability to read or write

Aphasia

500

white patches forming from excess cell growth in the mouth cheeks and gums

Leukoplakia

500

Drugs used for the purpose of speedballing

Cocaine and heroin

500

invention of experiences in order to fill gaps in memory

confabulation

500

nausea/vomiting, diarrhea, hyperperistalsis, fever and anorexia

s/sxs of gastroenteritis

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