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MORT 263 SECTION 2 - DIGESTIVE SYSTEM PATHOLOGY
What is the inflammation of the mouth…
What are the causes of stomatitis?
What are the manifestations of stomati…
What classification of stomatitis if c…
Stomatitis
mechanical, chemical, thermal or infectious agents.
Patches, ulcers, redness, pain, bleeding or necrosis.
Sutton's Disease- or aphthous stomatitis
What is the inflammation of the mouth…
Stomatitis
What are the causes of stomatitis?
mechanical, chemical, thermal or infectious agents.
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MORT 263 SECTION 2 - DIGESTIVE SYSTEM ANATOMY
How long is the alimentary system?
What is the gross structure of the ali…
What are the accessory organs of the d…
What is the microscopic structure of t…
30 Feet
Mouth, Pharynx, Esophogus, Stomach, Small Intestine, Large In…
Teeth, Tongue, Salivary Glands, Liver, Gallbladder, Pancreas
Mucous layer, Submucous layer, Muscular layer, Fibro-serous l…
How long is the alimentary system?
30 Feet
What is the gross structure of the ali…
Mouth, Pharynx, Esophogus, Stomach, Small Intestine, Large In…
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Mort 263 Unit #5 Nervous System: Pathology
*Inflammatory and/or Degenerative Dise…
*Inflammatory and/or Degenerative Dise…
*Inflammatory and/or Degenerative Dise…
*Inflammatory and/or Degenerative Dise…
Slow progressive CNS Disease: incurable form of mental deteri…
Symptoms usually occur after 65... Memory lapse and slight perso…
Structural changes; abnormal fibrous proteins found in the ce…
A loose descriptive term applied to a type of non-progressive…
*Inflammatory and/or Degenerative Dise…
Slow progressive CNS Disease: incurable form of mental deteri…
*Inflammatory and/or Degenerative Dise…
Symptoms usually occur after 65... Memory lapse and slight perso…
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Mort 263 Unit #5 Nervous System: Anatomy
Composition of Nerve Tissue
Composition of Nerve Tissue: Dendrites
Composition of Nerve Tissue:Axons
Composition of Nerve Tissue:Neuroglia
They have unique structure and function
Afferent process; *carry impulses into the nerve cell body (N…
Efferent process, composed of axoplasm; ... *they carry impulses…
The supporting nerve tissue; composed of *glial cells; suppor…
Composition of Nerve Tissue
They have unique structure and function
Composition of Nerve Tissue: Dendrites
Afferent process; *carry impulses into the nerve cell body (N…
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Mort 263 - Embalming Anatomy & Pathology II - Section I
Explain what is meant by the Rule of N…
Name and briefly describe the four lay…
In which layer is melanin found?
Name and briefly describe the four gla…
The Rule of Nines was initially designed for burn victims. Th…
1. Stratum Corneum: Outermost layer of the skin... 2. Stratum Lu…
Stratum Basale
1. Sebaceous Glands (oil glands) - Arise from the wall of the…
Explain what is meant by the Rule of N…
The Rule of Nines was initially designed for burn victims. Th…
Name and briefly describe the four lay…
1. Stratum Corneum: Outermost layer of the skin... 2. Stratum Lu…
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Mort 263 - Anatomy & Pathology II - Section II Part I
Gross structure of the Digestive System
Microscopic structure of the Digestive…
Accessory organs
Digestion
A tube from the mouth to the anus; alimentary tract/canal, (G…
Starting at the esophagus to the anus.... Mucous/Mucosa: Innerm…
Assist in secretions, absorption and movement of food product…
The process of altering the chemical and physical composition…
Gross structure of the Digestive System
A tube from the mouth to the anus; alimentary tract/canal, (G…
Microscopic structure of the Digestive…
Starting at the esophagus to the anus.... Mucous/Mucosa: Innerm…
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MORT 263 A&P II: Section 2; Digestive System
Structure of the Digestive System-... Gr…
Structure of the Digestive System-... Mi…
Microscopic Structure-... Mucous/mucosa:
Microscopic Structure-... Submucous/subm…
•tube from the mouth to the anus; •Alimentary tract/canal, G.…
starting at the esophagus to the anus
•Innermost layer of epithelial tissue containing glandular ce…
Areolar connective tissue, lymph nodes and vessels, ... submucos…
Structure of the Digestive System-... Gr…
•tube from the mouth to the anus; •Alimentary tract/canal, G.…
Structure of the Digestive System-... Mi…
starting at the esophagus to the anus
Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology, and basic terminology of the digestive system.
An/o
Append/o
Bucc/o
Cec/o
Anus
Appendix
Cheek
Cecum
An/o
Anus
Append/o
Appendix
Digestive System - Chapter 11 - Anatomy, physiology and pathology 2
Mastication
Pharynx (throat)
Esophagus (Top of stomach)
Into the stomach, through the:
Mouth.
epiglottis - gatekeeper 1 (keeps food from going into trachea).
pharyngoesophageal sphincter - gatekeeper 2.
Lower esophageal sphincter (LES) - gatekeeper 3.
Mastication
Mouth.
Pharynx (throat)
epiglottis - gatekeeper 1 (keeps food from going into trachea).
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Anatomy Exam 2 pathologies of heart, circulatory, respiratory, and digestive systems
Coronary Atherosclerosis
Angina Pectoris
myocardial infarction
Arrythmia
narrowing of arteries, decreased blood flow to the heart, che…
symptom of coronary heart disease, strenuous activity, blood…
complete artery blockage, heart attack
abnormal rhythm of heartbeat
Coronary Atherosclerosis
narrowing of arteries, decreased blood flow to the heart, che…
Angina Pectoris
symptom of coronary heart disease, strenuous activity, blood…
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Digestive System
Saliva
Salivation
Mucus
Water
Watery liquid secreted into the mouth by glands . Aids with d…
A process of producing a watery substance in the mouth from t…
A substance in saliva that is used for lubrication.
The substance in saliva that moistens and softens food.
Saliva
Watery liquid secreted into the mouth by glands . Aids with d…
Salivation
A process of producing a watery substance in the mouth from t…
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The Digestive System - Chapter 22 - Workbook - Exercise 34 Digestive System Structure and Function C Gastrointestinal Tract Organs
hard palate
soft palate
uvula
cheek
What is 1?
What is 2?
What is 3?
What is 4?
hard palate
What is 1?
soft palate
What is 2?
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Digestive System Anatomy
Soft Palate
Uvula
Palatine Tonsils
Oropharynx
Letter B represents
Leter C represents
Letter D represents
E =
Soft Palate
Letter B represents
Uvula
Leter C represents
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Digestive System Models (BIO 112)
oral cavity
hard palate
soft palate
uvula
Identify the space.
Identify the structure (be specific).
Identify the structure (be specific).
Identify the structure.
oral cavity
Identify the space.
hard palate
Identify the structure (be specific).
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Digestive Pathology
Constipation
Diverticulitis
Gallstones
Gastroesophageal Reflux (GERD)
Hard, slow stools that are difficult to eliminate; often a re…
Infected or inflamed pouch (diverticulum) in the colon that c…
- can form in the gallbladder and block the bile from getting…
the upward flow of acid from the stomach into the esophagus (…
Constipation
Hard, slow stools that are difficult to eliminate; often a re…
Diverticulitis
Infected or inflamed pouch (diverticulum) in the colon that c…
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Mort 263 Section 2
Gross structure of the Digestive System
Digestive system includes:
Microscopic structure of the Digestive…
Microscopic structure of the Digestive…
- Tube from mouth to anus... - Approx. 30 feet from mouth to anu…
- Alimentary tract/canal... - Gastrointestinal (GI) tract or... - D…
Starting at the esophagus to the anus.
- Mucous / mucosa... - Submucous / submucousa... - Muscular / muscu…
Gross structure of the Digestive System
- Tube from mouth to anus... - Approx. 30 feet from mouth to anu…
Digestive system includes:
- Alimentary tract/canal... - Gastrointestinal (GI) tract or... - D…
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Mort 263 Section 2
Gross structure of the Digestive System
Digestive system includes:
Microscopic structure of the Digestive…
Microscopic structure of the Digestive…
- Tube from mouth to anus... - Approx. 30 feet from mouth to anu…
- Alimentary tract/canal... - Gastrointestinal (GI) tract or... - D…
Starting at the esophagus to the anus.
- Mucous / mucosa... - Submucous / submucousa... - Muscular / muscu…
Gross structure of the Digestive System
- Tube from mouth to anus... - Approx. 30 feet from mouth to anu…
Digestive system includes:
- Alimentary tract/canal... - Gastrointestinal (GI) tract or... - D…
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The Digestive System
digestion
digestive tract
what are the accessory organs of the d…
what are the four layers of the walls…
the breakdown of food we eat into usable nutrients
a continuous muscular tube from the mouth to the terminal anus
salivary glands, liver, gallbladder and pancreas
mucous membrane (innermost), submucosa, smooth muscle, serous…
digestion
the breakdown of food we eat into usable nutrients
digestive tract
a continuous muscular tube from the mouth to the terminal anus
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MORT 263 - A&P II - Section 2
Stomatitis
Causes of Stomatitis
Manifestations of Stomatitis
Classifications of Stomatitis
mouth, lips, palate and oral mucosa (means opening on the sur…
mechanical, chemical, thermal influences or infectious agents…
patches, ulcers, redness, pain, bleeding or necrosis
Apthous stomatitis, Acute Herpetic, Chronic Herpetic, Thrush
Stomatitis
mouth, lips, palate and oral mucosa (means opening on the sur…
Causes of Stomatitis
mechanical, chemical, thermal influences or infectious agents…
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Med Terms for the Digestive System
stomat/o
cheil/o
dent/i
gingiv/o
mouth
lip
tooth
gums
stomat/o
mouth
cheil/o
lip
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HUCL1402 Ch5 Digestive System- Vocabulary
Absorption
Amino acids
Amylase
Anus
Passage of materials through the walls of the small intestine…
Small building blocks of proteins (like links in a chain), re…
Enzyme (-ase) secreted by the pancreas and salivary glands to…
Terminal end or opening of the digestive tract to the outside…
Absorption
Passage of materials through the walls of the small intestine…
Amino acids
Small building blocks of proteins (like links in a chain), re…
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Anatomy of the Heart
Superior vena cava
Right Atrium
Tricuspid valve
Right ventricle
Identify the vessel.
Identify the chamber.
Identify the structure.
Identify the chamber.
Superior vena cava
Identify the vessel.
Right Atrium
Identify the chamber.
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Digestive system practice test
overall function of digestive system…
(T/F) all chemical digestion involves…
most digestive enzymes are produced by…
most digestion and absorption occurs i…
b. simplification
true
pancreas
small intestine
overall function of digestive system…
b. simplification
(T/F) all chemical digestion involves…
true
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Respiratory System
oxygen
2 purposes of the respiratory system
gas exhange
The respiratory system works closely w…
the most important thing your body needs
bring in oxygen, remove carbon dioxide
the process of bringing in oxygen and removing carbon dioxide
cardiovascular system
oxygen
the most important thing your body needs
2 purposes of the respiratory system
bring in oxygen, remove carbon dioxide
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male reproductive system
Male reproductive system
Major (external) male organs of reprod…
Male internal organs of reproduction
Circumcision
is combination of reproduction and urinary systems
Scrotum (scrotal sac)... Two testes and seminal ducts... Penis cont…
Seminal vesicles... Ejaculatory duct... Prostate gland
Circumcision... Removal of foreskin from the penis... Customary for…
Male reproductive system
is combination of reproduction and urinary systems
Major (external) male organs of reprod…
Scrotum (scrotal sac)... Two testes and seminal ducts... Penis cont…
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Respiratory System and Disorders and Conditions
Carbon dioxide (CO2)
Respiratory system
The respiratory system
The lungs
is a waste product produce during cellular respiration
includes the nose, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi, and lun…
helps regulate blood PH, contains receptors for the sense of…
3 right lobes superior, middle, and inferior & 2 left lobes s…
Carbon dioxide (CO2)
is a waste product produce during cellular respiration
Respiratory system
includes the nose, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi, and lun…
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Digestive SnowAP
gastroenterology
"to prepare food for cellular utilizat…
digestive organs & accessory digestive…
gastrointestinal (GI) tract
What is the branch of medicine concerned with the structure,…
What is the primary function of the digestive system?
What are the two categories of organs that make up the digest…
The oral cavity, pharynx, esophagus, stomach, small intestine…
gastroenterology
What is the branch of medicine concerned with the structure,…
"to prepare food for cellular utilizat…
What is the primary function of the digestive system?
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Mort 263 Fall 2015 Glossary Questions
What word translates to above the kidn…
What bone disease softens the bones du…
What word is used to describe blood in…
Which bacterial disease is characteriz…
Suprarenal
Osteomalacia
Melena
Legionnaires' Disease
What word translates to above the kidn…
Suprarenal
What bone disease softens the bones du…
Osteomalacia
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Chapter 1 Basic Anatomy Terminology
anatomy
physiology
superior
inferior
Scientific study of structure of body parts
Scientific study of the function of the body parts
Above another structure.
Away from the head end or toward the lower part of a structur…
anatomy
Scientific study of structure of body parts
physiology
Scientific study of the function of the body parts
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organ systems
Circulatory System
Digestive System
Endocrine System
Excretory System
Transports nutrients, wastes, hormones, and gases
Extracts and absorbs nutrients from food, removes wastes, mai…
Regulates body temperature, metabolism, development, and repr…
Removes wastes from blood; regulates concentration of body fl…
Circulatory System
Transports nutrients, wastes, hormones, and gases
Digestive System
Extracts and absorbs nutrients from food, removes wastes, mai…
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Male Reproductive System Model (BIO 112)
scrotum
testis
epididymis
ductus deferens
Identify the structure.
Identify the structure.
Identify the structure.
Identify the passageway.
scrotum
Identify the structure.
testis
Identify the structure.
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Anatomy 2320 Chapter 1
12 body systems
Pathologic Anatomy
Structural Organization of Body
Sections and Planes
Integumentary (skin)... Skeletal... Muscular... Nervous... Endocrine... Card…
Examines all anatomic changes resulting from disease
Chemical Level - composed of atoms and molecules... Cellular Lev…
Coronal Plane (Frontal) - Creates an Anterior and Posterior s…
12 body systems
Integumentary (skin)... Skeletal... Muscular... Nervous... Endocrine... Card…
Pathologic Anatomy
Examines all anatomic changes resulting from disease
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MORT 263 Unit 2
digestive system: gross structure
digestive system: microscopic structure
mucous/mucosa
submucous/submucosa
alimentary tract/canal; gastrointestinal tract, or digestive…
starting at the esophagus to the anus
inner most layer of epithelial tissue containing glandular ce…
areolar connective tissue, lymph nodes and vessels, submucosa…
digestive system: gross structure
alimentary tract/canal; gastrointestinal tract, or digestive…
digestive system: microscopic structure
starting at the esophagus to the anus
Structure & Function of Digestive System
Gastrointestinal Tract (GI or alimenta…
Four layers of GI tract
Digestive System
Accessory organs of digestion
consist of mouth, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large…
From inside out:... -Mucosa... -Submucosa... -Muscularis... -Serosa (or a…
consist of GI tract and accessory organs of digestion. Breaks…
-Salivary Glands... -Liver... -Gallbladder... -Exocrine Pancreas
Gastrointestinal Tract (GI or alimenta…
consist of mouth, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large…
Four layers of GI tract
From inside out:... -Mucosa... -Submucosa... -Muscularis... -Serosa (or a…
39 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Introduction
Pathology
Supinate
Homeostasis
Liver
The study of Diseases and Disorders
To rotate (the hand or foot) so that the palm or sole is outw…
Maintenance of Constant Internal Conditions. (Balance). Failu…
Large organ responsible for Detoxifying blood and producing B…
Pathology
The study of Diseases and Disorders
Supinate
To rotate (the hand or foot) so that the palm or sole is outw…
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Organ Systems
Nervous System
Nervous System
Cardiovascular System
Cardiovascular System
brain, spinal cord, & nerves
controls and coordinates the body's responses to internal and…
heart, blood, & blood vessels
Transportation system of the body
Nervous System
brain, spinal cord, & nerves
Nervous System
controls and coordinates the body's responses to internal and…
149 terms
A&P 2 LAB (Chapter 42) FEMALE Reproductive system (Anatomy)
Peritoneum
Uterosacral... ligament
Perimetrium
Rectouterine... pouch
Peritoneum
Uterosacral... ligament
38 terms
Oral Pathology Anatomy Review
Digestion
Carbohydrates are broken down into...
Fats are broken down into...
Proteins are broken down into...
The breakdown of food for repair & energy
Glucose
Fatty Acids
Amino Acids
Digestion
The breakdown of food for repair & energy
Carbohydrates are broken down into...
Glucose
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ANATOMY CHP 21, 24: SPECIAL SENSES (EAR) & DIGESTIVE SYSTEM
EXTERNAL EAR FUNCTION
EXTERNAL AUDITORY CANAL STRUCTURE
TYMPANIC MEMBRANE STRUCTURE & FUNCTION
EXTERNAL AUDITORY CANAL CONTAINS
COLLECTS SOUND WAVES AND SENDS THEM FORWARD
2.5 CM LONG, LIES IN TEMPORAL BONE, LEADS TO EARDRUM/TYMPANIC…
THIN FIBROUS CONNECTIVE TISSUE, APEX FORMS UMBO, SEPARATES EX…
HAIRS, CERUMINOUS GLANDS
EXTERNAL EAR FUNCTION
COLLECTS SOUND WAVES AND SENDS THEM FORWARD
EXTERNAL AUDITORY CANAL STRUCTURE
2.5 CM LONG, LIES IN TEMPORAL BONE, LEADS TO EARDRUM/TYMPANIC…
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Digestive System - Pathology
Anorexia
Ascites
Borborygmi (singular: borborygmus)
Constipation
Lack of appetite
Abnormal accumulation of fluid in the abdomen
Rumbling or gurgling noises produced by the movement of gas,…
Difficulty in passing stools (feces)
Anorexia
Lack of appetite
Ascites
Abnormal accumulation of fluid in the abdomen
60 terms
Body Systems, Abdominopelvic Regions, and Anatomy Careers
Skeletal System
Muscular System
Cardiovascular System
Lymphatic System (Immune)
Creates framework of the body, protects internal organs, prod…
Locomotion, movement of body, and provide body heat generation.
The transport system of the body responsible for carrying oxy…
Protect the body from harmful substances and invading pathoge…
Skeletal System
Creates framework of the body, protects internal organs, prod…
Muscular System
Locomotion, movement of body, and provide body heat generation.
10 terms
Digestive system pathology
cleft palate
cleft lips
cirrhosis
hepatitis
when the roof of the mouth doesn't close completely fuse toge…
when there is also a split in the lips
permanent damage to the liver lobules
inflammation of the liver
cleft palate
when the roof of the mouth doesn't close completely fuse toge…
cleft lips
when there is also a split in the lips
57 terms
White Blood Cell Identification Quiz
neutrophil
neutrophil
lymphocyte
basophil
neutrophil
neutrophil
98 terms
Histology
smooth muscle
nervous tissue
pseudostratified ciliated columnar ET…
simple cuboidal ET
Identify the tissue.
Identify the tissue.
Identify the tissue.
Identify the tissue.
smooth muscle
Identify the tissue.
nervous tissue
Identify the tissue.
18 terms
Nutrition
Carbohydrates
Sugar
Starch (Amylose)
Fiber (Cellulose)
Class of energy giving nutrients that include starches, fiber…
A simple carbohydrate that provides immediate energy.
A complex carbohydrate that provides long lasting energy.
A complex carbohydrate that is undigestable, but helps to mai…
Carbohydrates
Class of energy giving nutrients that include starches, fiber…
Sugar
A simple carbohydrate that provides immediate energy.
16 terms
BIO263 Anatomy & Physiology
Anatomy
Physiology
Gross Anatomy
Microscopic Anatomy
-The study of the structure and shape of the body and its parts
-The study of how the body and its parts work or function
-Large structures... -Easy observable
-Very small structures... -Can only be viewed with a microscope
Anatomy
-The study of the structure and shape of the body and its parts
Physiology
-The study of how the body and its parts work or function
12 terms
Functions of the Digestive System Organs
Teeth
Epiglottis
Liver
Gallbladder
To cut, tear and grind food.
To block food and water from entering the pharynx.
To filter toxins from blood and it makes bile.
To store and release bile into the small intestine.
Teeth
To cut, tear and grind food.
Epiglottis
To block food and water from entering the pharynx.
15 terms
Coding for Digestive System
Digestive System
Problems associated with teeth have un…
Diseases of the oral cavity and saliva…
Diseases of the esophagus, stomach, an…
Hypercementosis... Ankylosis... Accretions... Tooth abrasion... Pathologi…
Examples of these diseases include:... Problems with tooth devel…
Examples of these diseases include:... GERD (gastro-esophageal r…
Digestive System
Problems associated with teeth have un…
Hypercementosis... Ankylosis... Accretions... Tooth abrasion... Pathologi…
26 terms
HUCL1402 ch14 Lymphatic System Pathology and lab tests
Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome
Kaposi sarcoma
Wasting syndrome
allergy
Group of clinical signs and symptoms ssociated with suppressi…
a skin cancer arising from the lining cells of capillaries pr…
marked by weight loss and decrease in muscular strength, appe…
abnormal hypersensitivity acquired by exposure to an antigen
Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome
Group of clinical signs and symptoms ssociated with suppressi…
Kaposi sarcoma
a skin cancer arising from the lining cells of capillaries pr…
17 terms
HUCL1402 ch7 Urinary System: Pathology
glomerulonephritis
interstitial nephritis
nephrolithiasis
nephrotic syndrome; nephrosis
inflammation of the capillary within the kidney
inflammation of the connective tissue that lies between the r…
kidney stones (renal calculi)
group of clinical signs and symptoms caused by excessive prot…
glomerulonephritis
inflammation of the capillary within the kidney
interstitial nephritis
inflammation of the connective tissue that lies between the r…
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