← Pathology I Test 1 Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Gangrenous necrosis is associated with what area?
- What is prevalence?
- What is the thrid step in forming a thrombi?
- What causes intracellular accumulations of glycogen?
- What happens to the plasma membrane during necrosis and apoptosis?
- a Glucose metabolism disorders like Diabetes M., and Genetic disorders that lead to glycogen storage disease.
- b All cases new and old at a defined time.
- c Necrosis- it is disrupted. Apoptosis- Intact/altered.
- d Fully formed thrombi consists of layers of fibrin and RBCs
- e Limbs and GI tract.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Males- 1. Prostate 2. Lung. 3. Colon. Females- 1. Breast. 2. Lung. 3. Colon.
- Phospholipids through the action of phospholipases.
- Remaining part enlarges. The missing part is not replaced.
- Lymphatic obstruction.
- A marker for a tumor because the tumor cell regressed into making a fetal protein.
5 True/False Questions
Parenchymal cell death with superficial wounds leads to what? → Regeneration- restitution of normal structure.
What are the 2 forms of edema? → 1. Exudate. 2. Transudate.
What is the biological role of tumor-induced angiogenesis? → Stimulate metabolism, growth, and activity of the nervous system.
Loss of peripheral vascular tone leads to what type of shock? → Hypotensive shock.
What are the 4 pricipal causes of metastatic calcification? → Invasion