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These are some of the Delicious Edibles that you may in disease descriptions

STRAWBERRY: Scarlet fever, Kawasaki disease (both of them; strawberry tongue) and also trichomonas vaginitis causing strawberry vagina.

BLUEBERRY: Rubella, CMV(congenital disease)

MULBERRY: Tuberous sclerosis (mulberry tumor), syphilis(mulberry molar,neonatal finding)

Do you know more fruits in disease manifestation please add to the list
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grapes-grape like vesicles in hydatiform mole(vesicular mole/molar pregnancy)

can we consider Berry aneurysm-"worst headache of life";this aneurysm an outpoucing of intima and adventitia ruptures producing SUB ARACHNOID HEMORRHAGE


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Also don't forget the following:
peau d'orange
in inflammatory breast cancer,
cherry
-red macular spot in Niemann-Pick and Tay-Sachs,
strawberry & cherry
hemangiomas,
cauliflower
adenomas,
palpable sausage-shaped mass in children with intussusception,
maple syrup smelling urine in the homonymous disease,
bitter almond odor in cyanide poisoning,
garlic odor in arsenic poisoning
and the list keeps growing...
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Awesome,

This thread is getting interesting.

@ pantelis, also I want to add sausage shaped fingers in psoriatic arthritis
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that's right, dr. mary! a proper lucullan meal is under way!
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Can I add one,

Cherry colour of blood in carbon monoxide poisoning which mask cyanosis ; )
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Chocalate brown colour in post mortem lividity due to Potassium chlorate poisoning
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I would like to add Strawberry hemangiomas as well. A benign lesion which is the most commonly seen in infancy. Grows in size n then resolves on its own ,, no treatment required. May be of cosmetic concerns among parents for their children who have it !
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Also Banana shaped left ventricle oh heart in Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy!
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chocolate cysts in endometriosis
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nutmeg congested liver
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Orange skin in breast cancer.

Apple bite (contrast media x-ray) colon cancer and I think in diffuse esophageal spasm as well.

Watermelon skin stripes in GI mucosa. I can't quite remember the name of disease.

Not a fruit but salmon colored saliva in acute pulmonary edema.
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i also wana add :

honey crusted lession(impetigo) : group A streptococci

fishy like smell : B.vaginosis

cheery red epiglottis in children : H.influenza

one of organism show grapes like odour, rightnow not remember ...but will

soon...or anyone can tell us ?
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Grape like odour= pseudomonas infection
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Blueberry muffin rash is seen in congenital toxoplasmosis according to Kaplan Q book.
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Blueberry muffin rash is seen in congenital toxoplasmosis according to Kaplan Q book.
but i read blueberry marffin rash seen in rubella !! is it also seen in toxoplasmosis??
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Blueberry muffin baby is a term used to describe the characteristic distributed purpura due to extramedullary hematopoiesis found in infants.

It was originally considered characteristic of rubella, but is now considered to be potentially associated with many other conditions,such as cytomegalovirus and metastatic neuroblastoma.
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Can I add one,

Cherry colour of blood in carbon monoxide poisoning which mask cyanosis ; )
also cherry hemangioma.....
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Also...

Fruity breath odor (acetone breath) in Diabetic ketoacidosis.
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Rice water Diarrhea: Cholera
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thax for your poster.
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cafe au lait spots in neurofibromatosis type I
cherry red spot >> occlution of retinal artery
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This is a great thread! Keep it coming!
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apple peel atresia - duodenal , jejunal or colonic atresia d/t vascular accidents in utero

red current jelly stools - intussuception
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crocadile like skin-ICTHYOSIS VULGARIS (a/k/a sauroderma)
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Chocolate Agar: H.influenza
Cranberry juice to acidify urine and increase elimination of weak bases (Amphetamines, PCP,..)
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Idea! fried egg apperance

fried egg apperance in oligodendroma cns tumour cells appear as fried egg apperance...
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Idea! fried egg apperance-2 and mulberry

FRIED-EGG appearnce is seen in
1. oligodendroma , a cns tumour cells show "fried egg" appearance
2."fried-egg" colonies on mycoplasma or eaton's media{ all mycoplasma, except mycoplasma pneumoniae.
3.Mulberry-shaped colonies on sterol-containing media in 10 days in M.Pneumoniae
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Wink protein diet

mmmm...a protein add-on to the fruit salad would be cool too lol

fried-egg appearance of plasma cells in Multiple Myeloma
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Bread and butter pericarditis: Fibrinous pericarditis
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Spaghetti & Meat Ball appearance in Tiena Versicolor .
Blue Bleb nevus
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Apple jelly nodules in Lupus Vulgaris, Lupoid Leicshmaniasis & Sarcoidosis
inverted champagne bottle appearance in venous ulcers
Cherry hemaingiomas
Port wine stain
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Maple syrup urine disease in branched chain ketoacid dehydrogenase deficiency
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Port wine urine in acute intermittent porphyria
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Wowww.....it's really so much interesting thread i have ever seen.........!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
What about adding Anchovy sauce-Thick Chocolate brown secretion formed due to mixture of bile,dead tissue,blood in Amoebic liver abscess......
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Tomato Splash Appearence( Ophthalmoscopic view) - Retinal vein occlusion.
Cottage Cheese appearance on gross examination- Retinoblastoma.
Cola colored urine- Streptococcal Glomerulonephritis

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" banana-shaped" gametocyte : Plasmodium falciparum
signet-ring trophozoite: P.vivax

"Inverted champagne bottle" appearance of legs: Charcot-Marie Tooth disease.
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Thumbs Up Dont 4 get fruit juice..:-)

Grapfruit juice inhibitor of c450....
fructose intolerance when baby denies juice..:-) .
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Coffee bean nuclei in Brenner Tumor
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tea/cola coloured urine: unconjugated hyperbilirubinemia
sausage shaped fingers: systemic sclerosis
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Also don't forget the following:
peau d'orange
in inflammatory breast cancer,
cherry
-red macular spot in Niemann-Pick and Tay-Sachs,
strawberry & cherry
hemangiomas,
cauliflower
adenomas,
palpable sausage-shaped mass in children with intussusception,
maple syrup smelling urine in the homonymous disease,
bitter almond odor in cyanide poisoning,
garlic odor in arsenic poisoning
and the list keeps growing...
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RNAP 2 inhibited by alpha amantinin ---> MUSHROOMS

and dont forget fava beans--->G6PD
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olive-shaped mass - pyloric stenosis
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Banana shaped gametocyte in p falciparum
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Strawberry on a stick or mushroom appearance of tubular adenoma that is precursor lesion for colonic cancer
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I am adding several other fruit and food related buzzwords for our Step 1 questions

Name = condition
1 red current jelly = stools intussuception
2 crocodile like skin= ICTHYOSIS VULGARIS (a/k/a sauroderma)
3 apple peel = atresia duodenal , jejunal or colonic atresia d/t vascular accidents in utero
4 cherry red spot = occlution of retinal artery
5 cafe au lait spots = neurofibromatosis type I
6 Rice water Diarrhea = Cholera
7 Fruity breath odor (acetone breath) = Diabetic ketoacidosis..
8 cherry hemangioma..
9 read blueberry marffin rash ??? = rubella
10 Blueberry muffin rash= congenital toxoplasmosis
11 Grape like odour= pseudomonas infection
12 cheery red epiglottis in children = H.influenza
13 fishy like smell = B.vaginosis
14 honey crusted lesion= (impetigo) group A streptococci
15 salmon colored saliva= acute pulmonary edema.
16 Watermelon stomach = Gastric antral vascular ectasia
17 apple core appearance = colon cancer
18 Peau d'orange = breast cancer
19 "crew cut" appearance of the skull x-ray= Erythroid hyperplasia-occurs in sickle cell anemia and thalassemia
20 Chocolate cysts = in endometriosis
21 Banana shaped left ventricle of heart = Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy!
22 Strawberry tongue = Scarlet fever, Kawasaki disease
23 Strawberry vagina= trichomonas vaginitis
24 BLUEBERRY = Rubella, CMV
25 MULBERRY = Tuberous sclerosis (mulberry tumor), syphilis(mulberry molar,neonatal finding)
26 Grapes-grape like vesicles= hydatiform mole-vesicular mole/molar pregnancy
27 Berry aneurysm
28 Cherry-red macular spot = Niemann-Pick and Tay-Sachs
29 Strawberry & cherry hemangiomas
30 Cauliflower adenomas,
31 Palpable sausage-shaped mass = children with intussusception,
32 Maple syrup smelling urine
33 Bitter almond odor = cyanide poisoning
34 Garlic odor = arsenic poisoning
35 Sausage shaped fingers= psoriatic arthritis
36 Cherry color of blood = carbon monoxide poisoning which mask cyanosis
37 Chocalate brown color = post mortem lividity to Potassium chlorate poisoning

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red currant-jelly sputum- klebsiella
beef cardiolipin- RPR
onion skin layering - ewing sarcoma
swiss cheese appearance- taenia solium
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Onion appearance of lysosomes for Tay Sachs disease. (in addition to cherry red macula )
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grape like mass protruding from the vagina / penis in children... ---> rhabdomyosarcoma (sarcoma botryoides)
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lost all my hunger now

potassium chlorate imp for step1 ? any one got q ?
may be off topic but
homer-ROSEtte in medullloblastoma ( & pinealoma )
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onion appearance= renal artery sclerosis
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"Coffee bean" nuclei (Benign Brenner tumor-Ovary)
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strawberry tongue for cosakie virus
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Default USMLE Step1 Fruits

1 red current jelly = stools intussuception
2 crocodile like skin= ICTHYOSIS VULGARIS (a/k/a sauroderma)
3 apple peel = atresia duodenal , jejunal or colonic atresia d/t vascular accidents in utero
4 cherry red spot = occlution of retinal artery
5 cafe au lait spots = neurofibromatosis type I
6 Rice water Diarrhea = Cholera
7 Fruity breath odor (acetone breath) = Diabetic ketoacidosis..
8 cherry hemangioma..
9 read blueberry marffin rash ??? = rubella
10 Blueberry muffin rash= congenital toxoplasmosis
11 Grape like odour= pseudomonas infection
12 cheery red epiglottis in children = H.influenza
13 fishy like smell = B.vaginosis
14 honey crusted lesion= (impetigo) group A streptococci
15 salmon colored saliva= acute pulmonary edema.
16 Watermelon stomach = Gastric antral vascular ectasia
17 apple core appearance = colon cancer
18 Peau d'orange = breast cancer
19 "crew cut" appearance of the skull x-ray= Erythroid hyperplasia-occurs in sickle cell anemia and thalassemia
20 Chocolate cysts = in endometriosis
21 Banana shaped left ventricle of heart = Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy!
22 Strawberry tongue = Scarlet fever, Kawasaki disease
23 Strawberry vagina= trichomonas vaginitis
24 BLUEBERRY = Rubella, CMV
25 MULBERRY = Tuberous sclerosis (mulberry tumor), syphilis(mulberry molar,neonatal finding)
26 Grapes-grape like vesicles= hydatiform mole-vesicular mole/molar pregnancy
27 Berry aneurysm
28 Cherry-red macular spot = Niemann-Pick and Tay-Sachs
29 Strawberry & cherry hemangiomas
30 Cauliflower adenomas,
31 Palpable sausage-shaped mass = children with intussusception,
32 Maple syrup smelling urine
33 Bitter almond odor = cyanide poisoning
34 Garlic odor = arsenic poisoning
35 Sausage shaped fingers= psoriatic arthritis
36 Cherry color of blood = carbon monoxide poisoning which mask cyanosis
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Anchovy paste abscess - Entamoeba histolytica in the liver
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Chocolate colored blood in methehemoglobinemia
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"Swiss-cheese" appearance - Medullary Sponge Kidney (Striations present in the papillary ducts of medulla). Diagnosis: IVP [Ref:Page 399, Goljan 3rd Edition]
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"Swiss-cheese" appearance - Medullary Sponge Kidney (Striations present in the papillary ducts of medulla). Diagnosis: IVP [Ref:Page 399, Goljan 3rd Edition]
Also swiss cheese appearance of the brain in neurocysticercosis(taenia solium)
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Also swiss cheese appearance of the brain in neurocysticercosis(taenia solium)
BJ-K has mentioned it, anyway good to remember both but not to forget to differentiate with other features...
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"Onion skin"lesion: Malignant HTN (Hyperplastic arteriolosclerosis due to smooth muscle hyperplasia & reduplication of basement membrane giving the vessel an "onion skin" appearance).

[Except for Ewing's Sarcoma, Tay Sachs Dz and Renal artery sclerosis]

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salmon color rose spots in typhoid
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coffee bean shape on x ray sigmoid volvulus
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selenium toxicity also leads to garlic like odor from breath

ketone breath

is also a fruity odor
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ash leaf spots : tuberous sclerosis
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Apple-green birefreingence with congo red stain in Multiple Myeloma.
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Great thread!
Would love to compile all the things you shared here.
May I add, strawberry cervix in Trichomonas vaginalis infection and Strawberry tongue in Kawasaki disease.
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Hi, of course you can add any useful comment so that others benefit from it. But please look at first comment ; both strawberries you want to add are already there
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# STRAWBERRY: Scarlet fever, Kawasaki disease (both of them; strawberry tongue) and also trichomonas vaginitis causing strawberry vagina,also Plummer-Vinson syndrome which has beefy-red tongue due to atrophic glossitis.

# Plummer-Vinson syndrome=severe iron deficiency anemia + esophageal web (dysphagia) + beefy-red tongue due to atrophic glossitis.
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How about fruity breath odor of DKA
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cluster of grapes= hydatidiform mole or molar pregnancy
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cherry-red macular spot--> Niemann-Pick and Tay-Sachs
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This is great!!!
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Great additions. Thanks!
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this is great. thanks a "bunch"!!
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New users, don't scratch your heads. This is the complete conversation with some tweaks.
Also, I have tried to group them together.

Red current jelly stools: intussusception
Red currant jelly sputum: klebsiella


Apple peel = atresia duodenal, jejunal or colonic atresia d/t vascular accidents in utero
Apple core appearance: colon cancer
Apple bite (contrast media x-ray) colon cancer & esophageal spasm
Apple jelly nodules in Lupus Vulgaris, Lupoid Leishmaniases & Sarcoidosis
Apple-green birefringence with Congo red stain in Multiple Myeloma.




Honey crusted lesion= (impetigo) group A streptococci
End stage "Honeycomb" lung in idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis

Salmon colored saliva= acute pulmonary edema.
Salmon color rose spots in typhoid

Watermelon stomach = Gastric antral vascular ectasia
Watermelon skin stripes in GI mucosa



Chocolate cysts: endometriosis
Chocolate brown color in post-mortem lividity due to Potassium chlorate poisoning
Chocolate Agar: H.influenza
Anchovy sauce-Thick Chocolate brown secretion formed due to the mixture of bile, dead tissue, blood in amoebic liver abscess.
Chocolate colored blood in methemoglobinemia

Banana shaped left ventricle of heart: Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy!
Banana-shaped gametocyte: Plasmodium falciparum


Mulberry shaped colonies on sterol-containing media in 10 days in M.Pneumoniae
Mulberry = Tuberous sclerosis (mulberry tumor), syphilis(mulberry molar, mask neonatal finding)


Blueberry muffin rash= congenital toxoplasmosis
Blueberry muffin rash = Rubella, CMV,metastatic neuroblastoma


Grapes like vesicles= hydatidiform mole-vesicular mole/molar pregnancy
Grape like odor= pseudomonas infection
Grape like mass protruding from the vagina: rhabdomyosarcoma (sarcoma botryoids)




Strawberry & cherry hemangiomas
Strawberry vagina= trichomonas vaginitis
Strawberry tongue = Scarlet fever, Kawasaki disease
Berry aneurysm: SAH




Sausage shaped fingers= psoriatic arthritis
Palpable sausage-shaped mass = children with intussusception,
Sausage shaped fingers: systemic sclerosis

Cherry color of blood = carbon monoxide poisoning masks cyanosis
Cherry red epiglottis in children = H. Influenza
Cherry red spot = occlusion of retinal artery
Cherry hemangioma.
Cherry-red macular spot = Niemann-Pick and Tay-Sachs



Fried-egg oligodendroma , cns tumor cells show "fried egg" appearance
Fried-egg colonies on mycoplasma or Eatonís media {all mycoplasma, except mycoplasma pneumonia
Fried-egg appearance of plasma cells in Multiple Myeloma

Inverted champagne bottle appearance: venous ulcers
Inverted champagne bottle appearance of legs: Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease.
Port wine urine in acute intermittent porphyria


Cola colored urine: Streptococcal Glomerulonephritis
Tea/cola colored urine: unconjugated hyperbilirubinemia
Coffee bean nuclei in Brenner Tumor
Coffee bean shape on x-ray sigmoid volvulus

RNAP 2 inhibited by alpha-amanitin Mushrooms
Mushroom appearance of tubular adenoma that is precursor lesion for colonic cancer


Onionskin layering - Ewing sarcoma
Onion appearance of lysosomes for Tay-Sachs disease
Onionskin lesion: Malignant HTN
Onion shaped: Pacinian corpuscles
Onion periductal outer skin fibrosis: Primary sclerosing cholangitis
Onion bulb formation: Charcot Marie tooth disease



Swiss cheese appearance of the brain in neurocysticercosis- taenia solium
Swiss Cheese appearance in membranous VSD
Swiss-cheese appearance - Medullary Sponge Kidney (Striations present in the papillary ducts of medulla)
Cottage Cheese appearance on gross examination- Retinoblastoma



Maple syrup smelling urine
Bitter almond odor = cyanide poisoning
Garlic odor = arsenic poisoning
Tomato Splash Appearance (Ophthalmoscopic view) - Retinal vein occlusion
Nutmeg congested liver
Bread and butter pericarditis: Fibrinous pericarditis
Spaghetti & Meat Ball appearance in Tiena Versicolor
Peau d'orange = breast cancer
Cauliflower adenomas
Rice water Diarrhea = Cholera
Fruity breath odor (acetone breath) = Diabetic ketoacidosis
Fava beans--->G6PD
Olive-shaped mass - pyloric stenosis
Blue Bleb nevus

Signet-ring trophozoite: P.vivax
Homer-rosette in medulloblastoma & pinealoma
Cafe au lait spots = neurofibromatosis type I
Crew cut appearance of the skull x-ray= Erythroid hyperplasia occurs in sickle cell anemia and thalassemia

Fishy like smell = B.vaginosis
Crocodile-like skin= Ichthyosis Vulgaris (sauroderma)
Beef cardiolipin- RPR

Racquet shape: Langerhans Histiocytosis
Racquet Shape: Clostridium tetani
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