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Pathophysiology - Cardiovascular Pathology
thrombus
patent
diastolic blood pressure
defibrillation
blood clot that forms in the blood vessels and remains at the…
naturally open or unblocked
pressure within the arteries while the heart is at rest in be…
application of electrical shock to restore a regular heartbeat
thrombus
blood clot that forms in the blood vessels and remains at the…
patent
naturally open or unblocked
38 terms
Pulmonary Pathology and Pathophysiology
Types of Pulmonary Diseases
COPD
Occurance rate of COPD
Chronic Bronchitis
COPD... Pneumonias ... Tuberculosis... Lung Cancers
Lung disease characterized by chronic airway obstruction with…
1 in 4 smokers will get at least 1 component.
Defined as a chronic cough and production of sputum for a min…
Types of Pulmonary Diseases
COPD... Pneumonias ... Tuberculosis... Lung Cancers
COPD
Lung disease characterized by chronic airway obstruction with…
38 terms
Pulmonary Pathology and Pathophysiology
Types of Pulmonary Diseases
COPD
Occurance rate of COPD
Chronic Bronchitis
COPD... Pneumonias ... Tuberculosis... Lung Cancers
Lung disease characterized by chronic airway obstruction with…
1 in 4 smokers will get at least 1 component.
Defined as a chronic cough and production of sputum for a min…
Types of Pulmonary Diseases
COPD... Pneumonias ... Tuberculosis... Lung Cancers
COPD
Lung disease characterized by chronic airway obstruction with…
38 terms
Pulmonary Pathology and Pathophysiology
Types of Pulmonary Diseases
COPD
Occurance rate of COPD
Chronic Bronchitis
COPD... Pneumonias ... Tuberculosis... Lung Cancers
Lung disease characterized by chronic airway obstruction with…
1 in 4 smokers will get at least 1 component.
Defined as a chronic cough and production of sputum for a min…
Types of Pulmonary Diseases
COPD... Pneumonias ... Tuberculosis... Lung Cancers
COPD
Lung disease characterized by chronic airway obstruction with…
38 terms
Pulmonary Pathology and Pathophysiology
Types of Pulmonary Diseases
COPD
Occurance rate of COPD
Chronic Bronchitis
COPD... Pneumonias ... Tuberculosis... Lung Cancers
Lung disease characterized by chronic airway obstruction with…
1 in 4 smokers will get at least 1 component.
Defined as a chronic cough and production of sputum for a min…
Types of Pulmonary Diseases
COPD... Pneumonias ... Tuberculosis... Lung Cancers
COPD
Lung disease characterized by chronic airway obstruction with…
30 terms
AKI pathology and pathophysiology
AKI in the ICU is nearly 50%. Why?
kidney recovery after AKI
vacuoles and loss of brush boarders an…
muddy brown casts... aka course pigmented…
*depending on the type of AKI and the clinical setting and co…
Half of the patients who survive acute tubular necrosis recov…
ATN
acute tubular necrosis... 'sloughed cells in urine'
AKI in the ICU is nearly 50%. Why?
*depending on the type of AKI and the clinical setting and co…
kidney recovery after AKI
Half of the patients who survive acute tubular necrosis recov…
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AKI pathology and pathophysiology
AKI in the ICU is nearly 50%. Why?
kidney recovery after AKI
vacuoles and loss of brush boarders an…
muddy brown casts... aka course pigmented…
*depending on the type of AKI and the clinical setting and co…
Half of the patients who survive acute tubular necrosis recov…
ATN
acute tubular necrosis... 'sloughed cells in urine'
AKI in the ICU is nearly 50%. Why?
*depending on the type of AKI and the clinical setting and co…
kidney recovery after AKI
Half of the patients who survive acute tubular necrosis recov…
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Pathophysiology: Cellular Pathology and Inflammation
Atrophy
causes of atrophy
Hypertrophy
types of hypertrophy
decrease in cell size
1. disuse- reduction in skeletal muscle use--> slowing of met…
increase in cell size in organ or tissue from increased workl…
normal... adaptive ... compensatory
Atrophy
decrease in cell size
causes of atrophy
1. disuse- reduction in skeletal muscle use--> slowing of met…
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Renal Pathology (Pathophysiology)
Normal Kidney Functions:
Afferent and Efferent Arteriole
GFR(glomerular filtration rate) show f…
Uremia
-Removal of metabolic waste: Ammonia, urea, uric acid... -conver…
ushers blood to and from kidney
Nephrons
-accumulation of urine metabolic waste substances in blood... -D…
Normal Kidney Functions:
-Removal of metabolic waste: Ammonia, urea, uric acid... -conver…
Afferent and Efferent Arteriole
ushers blood to and from kidney
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Pathophysiology Integument Pathology/Integ. terms
macule
patch
papule
nodule
spot, circumscribed, up to 1 cm, not elevated above or depres…
a macule that is greater than 1 cm ex. cafe au lait spots, mo…
bump, palpable and circumscribed, elevated and less than 5 mm…
bump, palpable and circumscribed, 5 mm- 2 cm , might have sig…
macule
spot, circumscribed, up to 1 cm, not elevated above or depres…
patch
a macule that is greater than 1 cm ex. cafe au lait spots, mo…
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Pathophysiology-Renal Pathology
10% of patients are born with potentia…
Unilateral Agenesis
Renal Hypoplasia
Horseshoe Kidney
Unilateral agenesis... Renal Hypoplasia... Horsehoe Kidney... Renal Cy…
Relatively common, 1 in 800 persons. Usually unaware of its p…
Kidneys do not develop to normal size. Most often affects one…
Fusion of the kidney at the midline, occurs in 1 in 600. Usua…
10% of patients are born with potentia…
Unilateral agenesis... Renal Hypoplasia... Horsehoe Kidney... Renal Cy…
Unilateral Agenesis
Relatively common, 1 in 800 persons. Usually unaware of its p…
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USMLE cardiology (pathology and pathophysiology)
Name the valvular defect causing the m…
Name the valvular defect causing the m…
Name the valvular defect causing the m…
Name the valvular defect causing the m…
pulmonic stenosis
aortic stenosis
hypertrophic cardiomyopathy
mitral regurgitation
Name the valvular defect causing the m…
pulmonic stenosis
Name the valvular defect causing the m…
aortic stenosis
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Pathophysiology - Gastrointestinal Pathology
Define Behçet syndrome
What disorder is due to an immune comp…
True or False: Behçet syndrome can be…
Oral Herpes is usually due to which vi…
Recurrent aphthous ulcers, genital, ulcers, and uveitis
Behçet syndrome
True
HSV-1
Define Behçet syndrome
Recurrent aphthous ulcers, genital, ulcers, and uveitis
What disorder is due to an immune comp…
Behçet syndrome
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Pathophysiology-Renal Pathology
10% of patients are born with potentia…
Unilateral Agenesis
Renal Hypoplasia
Horseshoe Kidney
Unilateral agenesis... Renal Hypoplasia... Horsehoe Kidney... Renal Cy…
Relatively common, 1 in 800 persons. Usually unaware of its p…
Kidneys do not develop to normal size. Most often affects one…
Fusion of the kidney at the midline, occurs in 1 in 600. Usua…
10% of patients are born with potentia…
Unilateral agenesis... Renal Hypoplasia... Horsehoe Kidney... Renal Cy…
Unilateral Agenesis
Relatively common, 1 in 800 persons. Usually unaware of its p…
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534 - Pathophysiology - Cell Pathology & Inflammation
Atrophy
Cell Size is Related to:
Causes of Atrophy
How do atrophied cells reduce oxygen c…
Decrease in cell size or "cell shrinkage"
workload; as workload decreases, oxygen consumption & protein…
1.Disuse - due to a reduction in skeletal muscle use... 2.Denerv…
by decreasing the number and size of their organelles and oth…
Atrophy
Decrease in cell size or "cell shrinkage"
Cell Size is Related to:
workload; as workload decreases, oxygen consumption & protein…
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CLINICAL PATHOLOGY: ARTICULAR PATHOPHYSIOLOGY
*******Joint Classification (2)
*******Joint Structural Classification…
*******Joint Functional Classification…
*******How much movement typically in…
(1) structure- does it have a joint cavity, material binding…
(1) fibrous... (2) fibrocartilaginous... (3) synovial
(1) synarthroses- immovable (typically axial)... (2) amphiarthro…
typically immoveable
*******Joint Classification (2)
(1) structure- does it have a joint cavity, material binding…
*******Joint Structural Classification…
(1) fibrous... (2) fibrocartilaginous... (3) synovial
115 terms
CLINICAL PATHOLOGY: ARTICULAR PATHOPHYSIOLOGY
*******Joint Classification (2)
*******Joint Structural Classification…
*******Joint Functional Classification…
*******How much movement typically in…
(1) structure- does it have a joint cavity, material binding…
(1) fibrous... (2) fibrocartilaginous... (3) synovial
(1) synarthroses- immovable (typically axial)... (2) amphiarthro…
typically immoveable
*******Joint Classification (2)
(1) structure- does it have a joint cavity, material binding…
*******Joint Structural Classification…
(1) fibrous... (2) fibrocartilaginous... (3) synovial
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Pathophysiology - Respiratory Tract Pathology
What is the most common cause of rhini…
What disorder presents with common col…
True or False: Allergic rhinitis is a…
Allergic rhinitis is most commonly ass…
Rhinovirus
Rhinitis
True
1. Asthma ... 2. Eczema
What is the most common cause of rhini…
Rhinovirus
What disorder presents with common col…
Rhinitis
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Pathophysiology: Pathology of the Lung
Define atelectasis. ... In atelectasis,…
What is the main cause of obstructive…
What causes nonobstructive or compress…
What are the consequences of chronic a…
Atelectasis is defined as the collapse or closure of the lung…
Obstructive atelectasis is caused principally by excessive se…
Nonobstructive (compression) atelectasis occurs whenever the…
With chronic atelectasis, the ciliated epithelium of the smal…
Define atelectasis. ... In atelectasis,…
Atelectasis is defined as the collapse or closure of the lung…
What is the main cause of obstructive…
Obstructive atelectasis is caused principally by excessive se…
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Pathophysiology: Environmental Pathology
What is the main consequence of obesity?
What are the major environment pathoge…
With what education level are you less…
What is the main cardiovascular event…
type 2 diabetes
smoking... lack of PA... obesity... alcohol abuse... psychoactive drug ab…
higher level
heart attack
What is the main consequence of obesity?
type 2 diabetes
What are the major environment pathoge…
smoking... lack of PA... obesity... alcohol abuse... psychoactive drug ab…
39 terms
Pathophysiology: Chapter 2 Cellular Pathology
inflammation
repair
cell cycle
mitosis
the body's composite cellular reaction to injury
the process of healing the injury by regenerating new cells t…
...
a process of organizing and dividing the nucleus into two dau…
inflammation
the body's composite cellular reaction to injury
repair
the process of healing the injury by regenerating new cells t…
29 terms
Pathology of Neoplasia, Pathophysiology 1
define ademona:
define carcinoma:
define sarcoma:
define harmatoma:
most common, benign or low-grade tumor formed from glandular…
epithelial malignancy
mesenchymal malignancy
benign focal malformation resembling tissue of origin
define ademona:
most common, benign or low-grade tumor formed from glandular…
define carcinoma:
epithelial malignancy
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Pathophysiology and Pathology of the Gonads
Hypothalamus
Anterior Pituitary
LH
FSH
Produces Gonadotropin releasing hormone to stimulate the pitu…
secretes gonadotropin to stimulate testes and ovaries... - lutei…
acts on the ovarian follicle and it induces ovulation and mai…
causes development of the ovarian follicle and stimulates sec…
Hypothalamus
Produces Gonadotropin releasing hormone to stimulate the pitu…
Anterior Pituitary
secretes gonadotropin to stimulate testes and ovaries... - lutei…
35 terms
Pathophysiology - GI Tract Pathologies
Dark, tarry streaks of congealed blood…
in a broad sense, refers to bright red…
This blood is present but not apparent…
The presence of salivary stones
Melena
Hematochezia
Occult
Sialolithiasis
Dark, tarry streaks of congealed blood…
Melena
in a broad sense, refers to bright red…
Hematochezia
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Pathophysiology: pathology signs & symptoms only
tetanus
lyme disease
HIV/AIDS
HIV/AIDS test
Causative Agent: Clostridium tetani... Found in soil, dust, anim…
Cause: Borrellia Burgdorferi... Transmitted via tick bite... Mecha…
Virus: Retrovirus... RNA, no DNA... - Reads genome backwards to…
ELISA (Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay)... Tests for antibodie…
tetanus
Causative Agent: Clostridium tetani... Found in soil, dust, anim…
lyme disease
Cause: Borrellia Burgdorferi... Transmitted via tick bite... Mecha…
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GI Pathophysiology/Pathology
cheil-; gloss-; stomat-; gingiv-; gast…
stratified sqamous; protection; keratin
stratified; protection, secretion
simple columnar; microvilli; protectio…
terminology:... - lips/perioral: ___;... - tongue: ___;... - mouth: __…
epithelium of the oral cavity and esophagus is ___ and functi…
epithelium of the stomach is ___ and functions for ___ (2)
intestinal epithelium is ___ with ___ and functions for ___ (3)
cheil-; gloss-; stomat-; gingiv-; gast…
terminology:... - lips/perioral: ___;... - tongue: ___;... - mouth: __…
stratified sqamous; protection; keratin
epithelium of the oral cavity and esophagus is ___ and functi…
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pathophysiology 7 (cardiac pathologies)
atria/ ventricles
pacemakers/ purkinje
fibrous skeleton
av valves
mechanical "muscular"
electric
electric insulation
mechanical insulation... keeps electrical from going backward
atria/ ventricles
mechanical "muscular"
pacemakers/ purkinje
electric
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Pathology and Pathophysiology of Myocardial Diseases
What are 3 types of cardiomyopathy?
Classify the 3 types as impaired of co…
What is meant by secondary cardiomyopa…
What are 3 common categories of mutati…
dilated... hypertrophic... restrictive
dilated - contractility... restrictive and hypertrophic - compli…
the heart is involved is a part of a multi-system disease
cytoskeletal elements - DCM (force transmission)... sarcomeric e…
What are 3 types of cardiomyopathy?
dilated... hypertrophic... restrictive
Classify the 3 types as impaired of co…
dilated - contractility... restrictive and hypertrophic - compli…
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SP16 - Pathophysiology - Vascular pathology
Tunica intima
Tunica Media
Tunica Adventitia
Blood vessel Endothelium clotting comp…
-Single layer of endothelial cells... -Minimal underlying subend…
-Smooth muscle cells... -Inner 1/3 receives nutrients from the l…
-Connective tissue network ... -Vasa vasorum that supplies adven…
-Weibel-Palade bodies (aid in thrombosis) which are Storage o…
Tunica intima
-Single layer of endothelial cells... -Minimal underlying subend…
Tunica Media
-Smooth muscle cells... -Inner 1/3 receives nutrients from the l…
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Pathophysiology: Integumentary Pathological Conditions
Acne Vulgaris
Papules, Pustules and Comedos
Albinism
First-degree burn
A common inflammatory disorder seen on the face, chest, back…
Common skin lesions associated with acne vulgaris.
Condition characterized by absence of pigment in the skin, ha…
Superficial... 1. Produce redness and swelling.... 2. Involve the e…
Acne Vulgaris
A common inflammatory disorder seen on the face, chest, back…
Papules, Pustules and Comedos
Common skin lesions associated with acne vulgaris.
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Pathophysiology 6 (muscle pathologies)
Duchenne
Becker
atrophy
diffuse atrophy
Xlinked- frameshift ... mutation in dystrophin gene... 1y/o onset... w…
Xlinked- deletion... split cell morphology... later onset and retai…
adaptation to decreased use/supply... at first reversible... contin…
immobilization ... white fibers type 2 effected... rounded and angu…
Duchenne
Xlinked- frameshift ... mutation in dystrophin gene... 1y/o onset... w…
Becker
Xlinked- deletion... split cell morphology... later onset and retai…
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Pathophysiology- Module 2- Cardiac Pathology
Sources of Cardiac Stress
Indirect Stress
Direct Stress
Examples of Indirect Stress
Cardiac stress is brought about when the heart is forced to w…
Disorder external to the heart that increases the workload of…
Disorder that alter the heart either structurally or function…
1) Volume Imbalances... 2) Restrictive Defects... 3) Vascular Disease
Sources of Cardiac Stress
Cardiac stress is brought about when the heart is forced to w…
Indirect Stress
Disorder external to the heart that increases the workload of…
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Pathophysiology Exam 2- Pathologies
What is the definition of Myasthenia G…
What is the pathophysiology of Myasthe…
How does a typical patient with Myasth…
What are some PT interventions for Mya…
Myasthenia gravis is an autoimmune disorder characterized by…
An autoimmune disorder in which the thymus gland produces aut…
● Weakness in eye muscles, drooping of eyelids and blurred/do…
Disease progression... ● Eyes, throat, neck, limbs... ● SP, OT, nut…
What is the definition of Myasthenia G…
Myasthenia gravis is an autoimmune disorder characterized by…
What is the pathophysiology of Myasthe…
An autoimmune disorder in which the thymus gland produces aut…
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Pathophysiology: Renal Pathology Lec: 11
How can you measure fluid regulation?
What do fluid regulation imbalances lo…
List (4) things that the renal system…
Describe the anatomy of the kidney
Blood pressure, Cardiovascular output,
congestive heart failure, pneumonia, edema
fluid regulation, acid/base balance, drug excretion, waste el…
inner medulla... outer cortex... Nephrons... renal corpsule... renal tubu…
How can you measure fluid regulation?
Blood pressure, Cardiovascular output,
What do fluid regulation imbalances lo…
congestive heart failure, pneumonia, edema
55 terms
Pathophysiology Ch.1: Cell Pathology
health
disease
homeostasis
pathophysiology
State of wellness
Deviation from the normal state of health
State of relatively constant or stable environment
Study of functional or physiologic changes in the body that r…
health
State of wellness
disease
Deviation from the normal state of health
14 terms
SP16 Pathophysiology - Heart Pathology I
Ventricular myocytes are arranged
Moderate ventricular dilation during d…
Too much dialation during diastole whe…
Atrial cells have dense granules calle…
circumferentially in a spiral orientation
increases the force of contraction during systole.
a decrease in the force of contraction and is seen in heart f…
storage sites of Atrial Natriueretic Peptide (ANP)
Ventricular myocytes are arranged
circumferentially in a spiral orientation
Moderate ventricular dilation during d…
increases the force of contraction during systole.
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Pathophysiology: Pathology RT changes in metabolism
Definition of Metabolism
Metabolism allows
Metabolic organs include
Mechanisms of control in body include
set of life-sustaining chemical transformations within the ce…
organisms to grow... reproduce... maintain structures... respond to th…
liver... pancreas... thyroid
hormonal control... neurological control
Definition of Metabolism
set of life-sustaining chemical transformations within the ce…
Metabolism allows
organisms to grow... reproduce... maintain structures... respond to th…
VS 6130 - Pathophysiology Pathologies MI
Edema
Hydropic Change
Reperfusion Injury
Congential Hypertrophy of the RPE (CHR…
Caused by fluid movement into ISF
Caused by fluid movement into a cell
Damage to tissues after a blood clot is removed as high amoun…
Mixed hypertrophy of retinal pigment epithelium, assoc with i…
Edema
Caused by fluid movement into ISF
Hydropic Change
Caused by fluid movement into a cell
119 terms
Pathophysiology Exam #4 Respiratory Pathology
Classes of Respiratory Diseases
Obstructive Diseases Pathology
decreased maximal air flow rates
examples of obstructive diseases
-Obstructive Diseases ... -Restrictive Diseases
limited to the airways and marked by:... -increased resistance t…
marked by decreased FEV1.0/FVC ratio
-asthma... -chronic bronchitis ... -emphysema
Classes of Respiratory Diseases
-Obstructive Diseases ... -Restrictive Diseases
Obstructive Diseases Pathology
limited to the airways and marked by:... -increased resistance t…
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SP16 - Pathophysiology - Heart pathology II
A condition in which heart is no longe…
Heart disfunction can be ___________ o…
In __________ disfunction, enlarged ve…
In ____________ disfunction stiff vent…
Heart failure
systolic or diastolic
systolic
diastolic
A condition in which heart is no longe…
Heart failure
Heart disfunction can be ___________ o…
systolic or diastolic
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Pathophysiology 1 - cell pathology and inflammation
issue is losPathological process of ce…
Cause of free radical
process of apoptosis
reversible cell injury- what happens?
Neurodegenerative disorders lack of apoptosis cancer and infe…
toxic agent, high o2, reprefusion injury, inflammation, radia…
Activating enzymes that describe cytoskeleton condensates org…
cell swelling... fatty changes
issue is losPathological process of ce…
Neurodegenerative disorders lack of apoptosis cancer and infe…
Cause of free radical
toxic agent, high o2, reprefusion injury, inflammation, radia…
43 terms
Pathophysiology (Packet #5-Breast Pathology)
What is the breast generally made of?
What are the two sets of lymph nodes t…
Where is the most common place to miss…
What is the tail of spence?
fatty and fibrous tissue (stroma)... glandular tissue-milk ducts…
axillary(outer)... internal mammary nodes(inner)
outer quadrant towards the axillary, near the tail of spence
extension of breast tissue into the axilla
What is the breast generally made of?
fatty and fibrous tissue (stroma)... glandular tissue-milk ducts…
What are the two sets of lymph nodes t…
axillary(outer)... internal mammary nodes(inner)
25 terms
Pathology and Pathophysiology of Cellulitis, Bursitis, and Fasciitis
How are skin and subcutaneous infectio…
What are generalized skin (dermis and…
What are bursaes?
How is the bursae infected?
Named after the site or locale of the infection as well as ke…
-called Cellulitis... -due to immunosupresion + physical entry o…
-synovial lined pockets (or continuous with joint cavity) fil…
-trauma... -usually inflamed but not infected
How are skin and subcutaneous infectio…
Named after the site or locale of the infection as well as ke…
What are generalized skin (dermis and…
-called Cellulitis... -due to immunosupresion + physical entry o…
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Renal Pathology--Pathophysiology Test 3
Prerenal disorders
Renal disorders
Postrenal
Obstructive disorders
Inadequate blood flow to the kidney (obstruction in renal art…
Direct damage to the nephron (divided into the glomerular dis…
Anything that affects the ureters or urethra, etc. Like kidne…
Damage kidney by interfering with blood flow. This dilates th…
Prerenal disorders
Inadequate blood flow to the kidney (obstruction in renal art…
Renal disorders
Direct damage to the nephron (divided into the glomerular dis…
57 terms
Pathophysiology Lecture Two: Cell Pathology (Part two)
Tissues
Integration of cells, tissues, and org…
Homeostasis ("Steady State")
Reversible Cell Injury
Cells of the human body are arranged into: Tissues... -Tissues f…
1. Autocrine Stimulation- Action of Cytokines (cells communic…
The cell must be in a continuous state of balance between opp…
Happens if the adverse environmental influences evoke a cellu…
Tissues
Cells of the human body are arranged into: Tissues... -Tissues f…
Integration of cells, tissues, and org…
1. Autocrine Stimulation- Action of Cytokines (cells communic…
182 terms
Pathophysiology Exam #3 Hematologic Pathologies
Whole Blood
non-cellular fraction of whole blood
plasma
serum
-non-cellular fraction... -cellular fraction
plasma
soluble proteins... -55% of whole blood
does not have clotting factors
Whole Blood
-non-cellular fraction... -cellular fraction
non-cellular fraction of whole blood
plasma
64 terms
Pathology Chap. 1 ( Pathophysiology: Background and Overview)
Pathophysiology
Disease
Health
Why is the State of Health difficult t…
The study of functional or physiologic changes in the body th…
A deviation from the normal state of homeostasis
Physical, Mental, & Social Well-being
A state of health is difficult to define because the genetic…
Pathophysiology
The study of functional or physiologic changes in the body th…
Disease
A deviation from the normal state of homeostasis
43 terms
Pathophysiology Lecture 1:Cell Pathology (Part one)
Pathology
Pathophysiology
Histopathology
All Cells have:
Pathos (Disease) + Logos (Science)... = Science that studies dis…
=Physiology of Disease
Pathology of tissues
Nucleus, Cytoplasm, and Plasma Membrane
Pathology
Pathos (Disease) + Logos (Science)... = Science that studies dis…
Pathophysiology
=Physiology of Disease
27 terms
Pathophysiology and Pathologic Consequences of Heart Failure
Heart rate (HR) is controlled by?
Stroke volume (SV) is controlled by?
What is myocardial Failure ?
What is circulatory failure ?
1-Autonomic nervous system ( sympathetic or parasympathetic )…
1-Preload... 2-Contractility... 3-afterload
Abnormalities reside in the myocardium --> inability of the m…
Abnormality of the circulation lead --> deceased in blood vol…
Heart rate (HR) is controlled by?
1-Autonomic nervous system ( sympathetic or parasympathetic )…
Stroke volume (SV) is controlled by?
1-Preload... 2-Contractility... 3-afterload
60 terms
Pathophysiology: Week 12 Pulmonary Pathologies
What are some pulmonary pathologies?
What are some ways to categorize pulmo…
What characterizes asthma?
Is there increased inflammation in ast…
Asthma... Atelectasis... Chronic bronchitis... Cystic fibrosis... Emphyse…
Gas exchange problem... Ventilatory pump problem... Airway clearanc…
Characterized by ... Airway inflammation... Airway hyper-responsive…
Increased inflammation: increased mast cells, eosinophils, t-…
What are some pulmonary pathologies?
Asthma... Atelectasis... Chronic bronchitis... Cystic fibrosis... Emphyse…
What are some ways to categorize pulmo…
Gas exchange problem... Ventilatory pump problem... Airway clearanc…
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