1- define: MDR-TB , XDR-TB
2- investigations for Tuberculous cervical lymphadenitis ?
3- Treatment of essential thrombocythaemia with High Risk?
4- state Post exposure prophylaxis for HIV
1- the thickness of the subcutaneous fat layers at different sites of the body with a skin fold caliper, eg Harpenden skin fold caliper.
2- The branch of medicine that deals with the study and treatment of obesity is known as bariatrics.
3- Brucella melitensis: Goats,sheep and camel.
4- The brucellae are intracellular organisms and survive and replicate inside macrophages.
5- Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation (DIC) Diagnosis/Lab Findings: Fibrinogen Decreased.
6- Laboratory diagnosis of infections in immunocompromised patient (scryptococcus parvum): Modified acid fast stain.
7- IN Psoriasis When the scale is picked off-see pinpoint bleeding sites (Auspitz sign).
8- Pitting of the Nails (onycholysis) in Psoriasis.
9- Imatinib blocks the adenosine triphosphate (ATP) binding site.
10- Protease Inhibitors ADE: Dyslipidemia, syndrome of redistribution and accumulation of body fat and Cushingoid appearance.
11- in brain death The apnea test is POSITIVE if: There are no respiratory efforts during the test AND Repeat ABG shows PCO2 > 60 mm Hg.
12- antibody against DNA topoisomerase I present in more than 70% of patients with diffuse scleroderma.
13- VERRUCAE (WARTS) caused by low-risk HPV (type 1,2).
14- Leishmania species that cause infection of both skin and mucous membrane L. braziliensis .
15- in Leishmania form (Amastigote)the intracellular form(cells of reticuloendothelial system) infected Macropahges .
16- in Leishmania form (Promastigote) The extracellular form in the sandfly.
17- PROBLEMS IN VACCINE GENERATION HIV mutates rapidly.