5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Connective tissue
- Granulation Tissue
- Malignant Tumor
- a Benign: not malignant An abnormal mass of cells that remains at its original site of the tumor in the body.
- b life-threatening, pertains to neoplasms that spread and lead to death, such as cancer.
- c Connective tissue a delicate pink tissue composed largely of new capillaries that grow into the damaged area from undamaged blood vessels nearby. Also contains phagocytes that eventually dispose of the blood clot and connective tissue cells(fibroblasts) that produce the building blocks of collagen fibers(scabs) to permanently bridge the gap.
- d a primary tissue; form and function vary extensively. Functions include support, storage, and protection.
- e a reduction in size or wasting away of an organ or cell resulting from disease or lack of use.
5 Multiple choice questions
- an abnormal growth of cells. Sometimes cancerous
- cord of dense fibrous tissue attaching a muscle to a bone
- membrane that forms the linings of body cavities open to the exterior (digestive, respiratory, urinary, and reproductive tracts).
- Tissue made up of cells called neurons. A body tissue that carries electrical messages back and forth between the brain and every other part of the body.
- the nonneuronal tissue of the central nervous system that performs supportive and other functions; also called glia.
5 True/False questions
Epithelium → involves repair by dense fibrous connective tissue by the formation of scar tissue.
Serous Membrane → membrane that lines a cavity without an opening to the outside of the body (except for joint cavities, which have a synovial membrane); serosa.
Gland → an abnormal accumulation of fluid in body parts or tissues; causes swelling
Muscle Tissue → Tissue made up of cells called neurons. A body tissue that carries electrical messages back and forth between the brain and every other part of the body.
Edema → an organ specialized to secrete or excrete substances for further use in the body or for elimination.