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Surgery Top 15

A. Conditions
1. Pre-operative
2. Surgical
3. Post-operative
4. MSK
A. Skeletal
B. Muscles
5. Digestive
A. Salivary glands
B. Esophagus
C. Stomach
D. Small Intestine
E. Large Intestine
F. Liver
G. Biliary
H. Pancreas
6. Respiratory
A. Nasal cavity
B. Pharyx
C. Larynx
D. Trachea
E. Bronchi
F. Lungs
G. Diaphragm
7. Urinary
A. Kidneys
B. Ureters
C. Bladder
D. Urethra
8. Repro
A. Female
1. Ovaries
2. Fallopian tubes
3. Uterus
4. Vagina
5. Vulva
6. Clitoris
7. Placenta
B. Male
1. Testis
2. Epididymis
3. Vas deferens
4. Seminal vesicles
5. Prostate

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6. Penis
7. Bulbourethral glands
8. Penis
9. Scrotum
9. Endo
A. Pituitary
B. Pineal
C. Thyroid
D. Parathyroid
E. Adrenal
F. Pancreas
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Circulatory
A. Cardiovascular
1. Heart
2. Arteries
3. Veins
a. Venous thromboembolism.
4. Capillaries
B. Lymphatic
1. Lymph vessels
2. Lymph nodes
3. Bone marrow
4. Thymus
5. Spleen
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Nervous
A. Brain
B. Spinal cord
C. PNS
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HEENT
A. Eye
B. Ear
C. Nose
D. Tongue
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Integumentary
A. Skin
B. Subcutaneous
C. Mammary
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Blood
Methods
Drugs
Protocols
Basic Science
Infections
1. Volume
A. Hypovolemia.
B. Hypervolemia.

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2. Electrolytes
A. Sodium
1. Hyponatremia.
2. Hypernatremia.
B. Potassium
1. Hypokalemia.
2. Hyperkalemia.
C. Chloride
1. Hypochloremia.
2. Hyperchloremia.
D. Calcium
1. Hypocalcemia.
2. Hypercalcemia.
E. Acidosis
1. Respiratory acidosis.
2. Metabolic acidosis.
F. Alkalosis
1. Respiratory alkalosis
2. Metabolic alkalosis
G. Coagulation
1. Coagulopathy.
H. Shock
Body regions
1. Abdomen
A. Acute abdomen.
2. Chest wall
Methods
1. Thoracic
A. Laryngoscopy
B. Bronchoscopy
C. Mediastinoscopy
D. Scalene node biopsy
E. Thoracocentesis
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