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James and Lopez
Week 8 - August 9-13
Boards and Beyond
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This Week: 58 minutes
Sub-Category 09: Other Cardiovascular Topics
Sub-Category 08: Hypertension
- Hypertension Drugs - 32 min
|Valvular Diseases: Pathology of Cardiac Valves and Blood Vessels
- Identify normal cardiac valvular anatomy.
- Explain the process of rheumatic heart disease and its effect on valvular pathology.
- Identify findings and complications of infective endocarditis.
- Describe common valvular disorders such as aortic stenosis and mitral degenerative disease.
- Describe vascular renal lesions and the connection with hypertension.
- Distinguish between major types of vascular aneurysms.
- Categorize the different types of vasculitis.
|Aortic and Mitral Valve Stenoses
- Identify the changes in the myocardium and cardiac chambers that predispose to arrhythmias.
- Describe the measurements used to determine the severity of valve stenosis.
- Describe the natural history and pathology of bicuspid aortic valve, aortic stenosis and ascending aortic dilation.
- Explain the relationship between a congenital bicuspid aortic valve and development of aortic stenosis.
- Describe the indications for aortic valve replacement for aortic stenosis.
- Describe the pathology and pathophysiology of hemoptysis.
- Describe the pathophysiology of mitral valve stenosis.
- Describe the presentation, clinical manifestations, and pathology of Rheumatic fever.
- Compare rheumatic versus calcific valve stenosis.
- Describe the pathology and hemodynamics of mitral stenosis.
- Describe the pharmacology and rationale for using (or not using) the following drugs: Norepinephrine, Phenylephrine, Dobutamine and Dopamine.