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Quiz:Cardiology

From Mediwikis
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1. Clinical Presentations

  • A Aortic Stenosis
  • B Aortic Regurgitation
  • C Mitral Stenosis
  • D Mitral Regurgitation
  • E Stable Angina
  • F Unstable Angina
  • G Myocardial Infarction
  • H Atrial Fibrillation
  • I Pulmonary Embolism

Match the presentation to the disease:

  1. 82 year old male ex-smoker with gradual onset chest pain on exertion. On auscultation, you feel a slow rising pulse and ejection systolic murmur which is audible in the carotid arteries.
  2. 50 year old male diabetic with worsening chest pain on minimal exertion. Inspection reveals bilateral ankle oedema.
  3. 32 year old female with palpitations and syncope. Examination reveals irregular pulse, but no added heart sounds on auscultation.
  4. 47 year old male current smoker suddenly feels chest pain & dyspnoea. He sweats profusely and later collapses.
  5. 62 year old female displays irregular pulse on routine health check, with no symptoms.
  6. 40 year old male with chest pain radiating to his jaw, and breathlessness, after walking 200 yards, relieved by sitting down.
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2. Match ECG changes to location of STEMI

  • A Inferior
  • B Anteroseptal
  • C Anterolateral
  • D Posterior
  1. ST elevation & peaked T waves over leads II, III & aVF
  2. ST elevation in leads V5,6, I
  3. ST elevation in leads V1,2,3
  4. ST depression in leads V1,2
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3. Match the presentation to the disease:

  • A Pulmonary Embolism
  • B Stable Angina
  • C Unstable Angina
  • D Pneumonia
  • E Asthma
  • F COPD
  • G Pneumothorax
  1. Thin 21 year old asthmatic male has sudden onset breathlessness & sharp chest pain. Examination shows reduced expansion & hyper-resonance.
  2. 55 year old woman suddenly deteriorates with breathlessness and reduced O2 sats after undergoing hemiarthroplasty.
  3. 40 year old smoking ex-soldier with gradually worsening breathlessness & dry cough that is worst in winter. Examination shows high respiratory rate, reduced breath sounds, and a hyperinflated chest.
  4. 77 year old ex-smoker with fever, weight loss, productive cough, and dyspnoea. He seems confused and refuses to let you examine him.
  5. 19 year old female with breathlessness that is worst at night, and after playing sport.
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4. Heart Failure

  • A Left Heart Failure
  • B Right Heart Failure
  • C Congestive Heart Failure
  1. A 50 year old male with shortness of breath worst when lying down, who can no longer walk beyond 200 yards. Examination shows stony-dull percussion and reduced air entry.
  2. 66 year old female with bilateral leg swelling up to calf level.
  3. 80 year old male with lung crepitations and a raised JVP
  4. 76 year old male with history of shortness of breath on lying down, and pitting ankle oedema.

Match the presentation to the disease:

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