NUR190 - Exam 1.docx - O.L.D.C.A.R.T.S I.C.E Lymph Nodes Preauricular Occipital Postauricular Submental Submaxillary Retropharyngeal Superficial

NUR190 - Exam 1.docx - O.L.D.C.A.R.T.S I.C.E Lymph Nodes...

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Lymph Nodes: - Preauricular - Occipital - Postauricular - Submental - Submaxillary - Retropharyngeal - Superficial cervical - Deep cervical - Supraclavicular - Shotty Lymph Nodes: Under 7 y/o (Femoral or Cervical) - Melasma: Blotchy phmented spots on pregnant women. - Common in pregnancy: Facial edema, thyroid enlargement, headaches *check bp Abnormal Headaches: - Migraine: Preceded by aura. Tyramine rich foods**. - Cluster: Onset sudden associated with alcohol, stress, emotional. - Tension: Pain is steady, not throbbing - Milia & Stork Bites + Mongolian spots (fade by age 3): Normal finding on infants. - Macule > 1cm || Patch <1cm - Papule >0.5cm || Plaque <0.5cm {A.B.C.D.E} - Malignant skin lesions: Basal cell carcinoma *most common - Squamous cell carcinoma – scalp, ears, back of hands, lower lip. - Malignant melanoma – Les common but most serious. Blue, brown or red (<6mm) - Kaposi’s sarcoma – Painless lesions Abnormal Hair findings: - Hirsutism- Excessive facial hair in females - Seborrheic Dermatitis- Cradle cap. Yellow-white greasy scales - Furuncles: Infected abscess hair. Caused by bacteria.

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