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Cardiology Question Set 1

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    The lecture Cardiology Question Set 1 by Lecturio USMLE is from the course Cardiology - High Yield Questions.


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    1. Buerger’s disease
    2. Frostbite
    3. Atherosclerosis
    4. Peripheral Arterial Occlusive Disease
    5. Popliteal artery entrapment syndrome
    1. Hydralazine
    2. Clonidine
    3. Reserpine
    4. Propanolol
    5. Digoxin
    1. Amlodipine
    2. Hydrochlorothiazide
    3. Enalapril
    4. Propranolol
    5. Spironolactone
    1. Captopril
    2. Hydrochlorothiazide
    3. Amlodipine
    4. Propranolol
    5. Clonidine
    1. Oral administration
    2. Nitrate-free interval
    3. Transdermal patch
    4. Sublingual administration
    5. Combination with another class of antianginal agent
    1. Intercellular edema, neutrophil infiltration, macrophage infiltration, fibroblast infiltration, granulation tissue
    2. Neutrophil infiltration, macrophage infiltration, intercellular edema, fibroblast infiltration, granulation tissue
    3. Intercellular edema, wavy fibers, fibroblast infiltration, macrophage infiltration, granulation tissue
    4. Neutrophil infiltration, macrophage infiltration, granulation tissue, fibroblasts
    5. Neutrophil infiltration, wavy fibers, fibroblast infiltration, macrophage infiltration, granulation tissue
    1. Bicuspid aortic valve
    2. Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome
    3. Atrial septal defect
    4. Mitral valve regurgitation
    5. Ventricular septal defect
    1. Troponin returns to normal in 3 days.
    2. Both CK-MB and cardiac troponin begin to rise 4–6 hours after the onset of symptoms.
    3. CK-MB returns to normal in 48-72 hours.
    4. Troponin peaks earlier than CK-MB.
    5. CK-MB is less sensitive than troponin.
    1. Colorectal cancer
    2. Renal failure
    3. Hyperthyroidism
    4. Septic pulmonary infarction
    5. Tricuspid regurgitation
    1. Positive Strep group A throat culture
    2. Prolonged PR interval
    3. Previous rheumatic heart disease
    4. Erythema marginatum
    5. Carditis
    1. Cardiac tamponade
    2. Pulmonary embolus
    3. Congestive heart failure
    4. Mitral valve regurgitation
    5. Restrictive cardiomyopathy
    1. Thiamine
    2. Riboflavin
    3. Vitamin D
    4. Niacin
    5. Vitamin B12
    1. Inferior wall MI
    2. Lateral wall MI
    3. Anteroseptal MI
    4. Right ventricular MI
    5. Posterior wall MI
    1. Left bundle branch block
    2. Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome
    3. Right bundle branch block
    4. Premature ventricular complexes
    5. Left ventricular hypertrophy
    1. Propanolol
    2. Amlodipine
    3. Clonidine
    4. Methyldopa
    5. Enalapril
    1. Atenolol and glucagon
    2. Encainide and epinephrine
    3. Propafenone and glucose
    4. Quinidine and insulin
    5. Sotalol and norepinephrine
    1. Digoxin
    2. Amiodarone
    3. Atenolol
    4. Sotalol
    5. Propafenone
    1. B. Pain improves with leaning forward
    2. Pain improves with inspiration
    3. High-pitched diastolic murmur
    4. Displaced apical impulse
    5. Mid-systolic click
    1. Serous pericarditis
    2. Constrictive pericarditis
    3. Pericardial tamponade
    4. Acute myocardial infarction
    5. Septic shock
    1. Increased glomerular filtration rateand dilation of vascular smooth muscle
    2. Increased water reabsorption by the renal collecting ducts
    3. Vasoconstriction, increased blood pressure, and aldosterone release
    4. Increased renal absorption of sodium and water causing an increase in total body water and blood pressure
    5. Increased plasma calcium and increased renal reabsorption of calcium and magnesium in the distal tubule of the kidney

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