Regressive tissue change
Which type of disease has to do with regressive tissue change, which is normally reversible? Occurs when some"thing" is causing tissue damage. Once removed tissues will return back to normal state
Cloudy Swelling (Hydropic swelling)
This is a type of degeneration in which the cell is containing more water than normal.
Cloudy swelling (Hydropic Swelling)
This type of degeneration of the cells is closely associated with the HEART, LIVER & KIDNEYS
Another name for Cloudy Swelling is :
This type of cell degeneration is described as the cells retaining more lipids than what is considered normal.
This type of cell degeneration is commonly seen in alcoholism, and the most common organ affected is the liver
This type of cell degeneration has to do with an increased / abnormal amount of fatty (lipids) in the cell. (Most commonly affects LIVER)
This type of cell degeneration has to do with the BUILD UP OF GLYCOPROTEINS in the cell
This type of CELL DEGENERATION is most commonly associated with the KIDNEY, LIVER SPLEEN
The process of substances passing into and being deposited into a cell that is normally not there.
Irregular distribution of pigments
Pigmentation enters the body from the outside.
Type of pigmentation which is not normally found in our body, but appears in increased or abnormal amounts
Pigmentation which is NORMALLY PRESENT in the body, however is present in abnormal amounts / INCREASED AMOUNTS
Increase in calcium salts in our body
ateriosclerosis is a form of
Causeous Necrosis is a form of ( -----) because its liquefactive and coagulative products cause this type of build up around the lungs
What is a disease directly associated with an increase of uric acid (sodium urate) get stored in our joints, (most notably in kidneys called)?
the pathological death of cells
Ischemic Gangrene is a form of
This form of gangrene has No invasion of bacteria involved.
This type of gangrene is caused by bacteria
Wet (Moist) Gangrene
This type of gangrene is associated with the obstruction of venous return
Decrease in size of body organ due to non use
Decrease in size of organ due to normal life processes
Decrease in the size of an organ due to illness or prevention of use
the increase in size of an organ or cell. Normally due to an increase in functional demand
increase in size of an muscle tissue, due to increased functional demand such as working out (a normal life process)
Inflammation / increase of heart muscle (or other tissue) due to abnormality or disease.
Increase in size of organ, usually to compensate for loss of similar tissue
Increase in number of cells.
When our bodies replace one form of tissue with another type of tissue thats not supposed to be there.
A cell that is not right. Commonly referred to as a "Pre Cancerous" cell
An atypical cell. A cell that does not belong.
The absence of a cell (or tissue) where there should be one
Cells (or tissue) which can be replaced with the same exact cell.
A broken arm represents cells/ tissues that are weakened, however which will regain their strength is an example of
death of cells which regenerate is called
Abnormality / deformity in development
Neural tube defect which is a defective closure of bony part of spine (encasement).
Downs Syndrome is an example of a ____________ disease
Another name for Downs syndrome is :
Disease which refers to baby being born with extra / abnormal amount of digits
Polydactalism is an axample of a ________________
Absence of a limb
Amelia is an example of a
Disease which refers to the organs in the body being reversed.
cleft lip and cleft palate are both examples of
described as "birthmark"
Non-malignant raised or flat mark on skin
Hereditary- cone receptor sex linked inheritance, found to be passed on "y" chromosome, affects males more than females
the sum of the bodies total response to injury
Reaction to injury in which cells & fluids act to neutralize or restrict that event
Natures way of correcting or preventing injury
altered function, heat, pain, redness, swelling,
cardinal signs of inflammation (abc order!)
This cardinal sign of inflammation dilates artery, bringing blood to the site of infection rapidly and signifying the use of energy in such reaction
Due to vaso dilation this color change / cardinal sign of inflammation is a classic sign that blood is being brought to the site of infection quickly
Due to vaso dilation this cardinal sign of inflammation occurs due to an increase in interstitial fluid