This episode covers Chapter 87 of Rosen’s Emergency Medicine
- What is an atheroma and how is it formed?
- What are the classic symptoms of arterial insufficiency?
- Provide a differential diagnosis for chronic arterial insufficiency.
- What is blue toe syndrome? What is its significance?
- Differentiate between thrombotic and embolic limb ischemia based on clinical features
- What is the management of an acutely ischemic limb?
- List three disorders characterized by abnormal vasomotor response.
- Describe Raynaud's disease and how it’s treated?
- What is the most common site for arterial aneurysm in the leg?
- List four potential sites for upper extremity aneurysms, and their associated underlying causes.
- Name three types of visceral aneurysms and their associated conditions.
- List 6 ddx of occluded indwelling catheter + describe the management of suspected line infection.
- What are the two types of AV fistulas used for dialysis?
- How do you access an AV fistula?
- List 5 complications of dialysis fistulas + treatment
- List the 3 types of thoracic outlet syndrome. What are the typical symptoms of thoracic outlet syndrome? What is a simple bedside test for this condition?
- List 4 anatomic abnormalities associated with thoracic outlet syndrome.
Describe Buerger’s sign and ankle brachial index
List clinical criteria for Buerger’s Disease (5)
What is Leriche's syndrome?
List 4 types of infective aneurysms
Differentiate between arterial insufficiency ulcers and venous stasis ulcers