review pathophysiology

what would a deficit of plasma proteins likely cause?
decreased osmotic uptake
the following is true of mitosis:
it results in 2 cells genetically identical to the orignal.
Normal human cells (except sperm and eggs) have a total o f how many chromosomes?
Liver failure can cause edema by:
decreasing protein levels in the blood.
Hypertension can cause edema by:
Increasing capillary filtration
Basal cell carcinoma is:
the force that draws water through a semipermeable membrane from a solution of lower solute concentration to a solution of higher concentration
A healty cell..
has more sodium outside than inside
what is considered normal serum pH?
Inflammation can cause edema by:
increasing capillary permeability to proteins
a tumore that is encapsulated, slowly expanding mass made up of relatively normal cells might be a
When the osmotic pressure(solute concentration) of the blood is elevated above normal, water would shift from the:
interstiial compartment (ECF:extracellular fluid) into the blood
Filariasis can cause edema by:
blocking lymp vessels
the structure of a virus includes:
a protein coat and DNA or RNA
Leiomyoma is:
benigh: from smooth muscle tissue
charactristic of HIV+
antibodies in blood indicate presence of virus and possible transmission to others
Liver failure can cause edema by:
decreasing proteins out of the body
AIDS is a syndrome defined specifically by T-cell count and infections, Being HIV+ indicates the presence of antibodies to the virus, One can be HIV+ and NOT have AIDS:but one cannot have AIDS w/o being HIV+
true regarding HIV/AIDS
What is a benign neoplasm orginating from adipose tissue called?
Hypertension can cause edema by
Increasing capillary filtration
What is the correct order for the phases of mitosis?
interphase, prophase, metaphase, anaphase, telophase
What is movement of solvent and dissolved solute across semipermable membrane from high pressure to low pressure?
What is diffusion and osmosis of molecules and ions from nephron back into bloodstream?
What is diffusion of molecules and ions from bloodstream into nephron?
Antidiuretic Hormone and Aldosterone control amount of water, Na+ and K+ reabsorption
Hormonal Control
How can kidney failure cause edema?
excreting proteins out of the body
Antibodies in blood indicate presence of virus and possible transmission to others.
step throat
athlete's foot
oral "thrus" infection
what happens to serum pH when many excess hydrogen ions accumulate in the blood?
serum pH decreases
what is essential in order tomaintain serum pH within normal range.
the normal ratio of carbonic acid to bicarbonate must be 1:20 (bicarbonate to carbonic acid 20:1)
what is the correct effect on the body of abnormally slow respirations (carbonic acid)?
increased carbonic acid
what would cause metabolic acidosis
prolonged diarrea
Where would the secretion of cortisole during a stress response be?
adrenal cortex
During the stress response, cortisole assists in:
increasing blood glucose levels
Norepinephrine and epinephrine
are secreted as part of the sympathetic nervouse sys response to stress
Each spinal nerve conducts impulses from a specific area of the skin called
occurs frequently of acute pain, but not chronic pain
stress response
multiple myeloma is a malignant tumor involving
plasma cells
what coverts prothrombin to thromin in hemostasis:
protrhombin activator
in normal homeostatic balance, which substances should be dominant in their effects?
anti-clotting factors
for a person to have sickle cell anemia a person must
inherit one sickled hemogolobin gene from each parent
Sickle trait means that a person has
1 hbs gene and one normal hemoglobin gene
DIC stands for
Disseminated intravascular coagulation
DIC causes
hemostasis and bleeding
hemoglobin is made up of
proteins, pigment, iron
normal erythocyte count
4-6 million per microliter
Normal leukocyte count is
5-10 thousand per microliter
Normal hemoglobun count
250 million per erythrocyte
a pregnant woman who is blood type "AB negative"
has fairly rare blood type
blood type a
A antigen - anti b antibodies
blood type b
B antigen - anti a antibodies
blood type AB - universal receipient
AB antigens - no antibodies
blood type o - universal donor
no antigens - a and b antibodies
p wave
atrial depolarization and contraction
Q S wave
ventricular depolarization and contraction
t wave
ventricular repoloarization and relaxation
volume of venouse return
peripherial resistance
myocardial infarction
total obstruction of acoronary artery
what confirms the presence of a myocardial infarction
characteristics patters for serum insoenzymes and the ecg
why does ventricular fibrillation result in cardiac arrest
insufficient blood is supplied to the myocardium
signs of right sided heart failure
edematous feet and legs with hepatomegaly
where will failure of the left ventricle cause increased pressure
pulmonary capillaries
the classic early manifestation of left-sided congestive heart failure would be shortness of breath on exertion or lying down while the early sign of right sided hf is swelling in ankles
cardiac pacemaker wiould be inserted
for heart block
the most dangerouse arrhythmia
ventricular fibrillation
in patients with hf, ace inhibitor drugs are usefule because
reduce renin and aldosterone