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42 terms
Boards- Patho: Endocrine Pathology
ADH (Vasopressin)
Lack of ADH
Diabetes Insipidus
Diabetes Mellitus
conserve H2O in the body via the kidneys, creating a concentr…
results in urinary loss of H2O, dilute urine
characterized by a large volume of dilute urine/ decrease ADH…
Insulin deficiency
ADH (Vasopressin)
conserve H2O in the body via the kidneys, creating a concentr…
Lack of ADH
results in urinary loss of H2O, dilute urine
20 terms
Patho/Pharm: GI Pathology
What composes the Upper GI tract and w…
What composes the Lower GI tract
Describe feature of the Enteric Nervou…
What % of Immune Cells does the gut have
Mouth, esophagus, duodenum, Ingestion and digestion of food
1. Small intestine; digestion and absorption... 2. Large intesti…
500 million neurons ( 1/200 of brain, 5x spinal cord)... Uses mu…
70 to 80%
What composes the Upper GI tract and w…
Mouth, esophagus, duodenum, Ingestion and digestion of food
What composes the Lower GI tract
1. Small intestine; digestion and absorption... 2. Large intesti…
64 terms
Pathology: Ch 3 Patho
Recurrent aphthous ulcers are also cal…
Aphthous ulcers are more common in mal…
Causes of aphthous ulcers:
A link between microbes & aphthous ulc…
Canker sores or aphthous stomatitis
Female
Trauma... Certain foods... Menstruation... Tobacco cessation... Emotional…
Has not
Recurrent aphthous ulcers are also cal…
Canker sores or aphthous stomatitis
Aphthous ulcers are more common in mal…
Female
151 terms
Patho Gastrointestinal Pathology
Hematemesis
Mechanical Disorder
Functional Disorder
4 Signs and Symptoms Common to GI Diso…
-blood in vomit... -may be bright red or have a coffee ground ap…
Usually physical obstruction somewhere in the GI pathway... -->E…
-Nerve or muscle damage... -Organ isn't working properly; at one…
-Anorexia... -Nausea... -Vomiting... -GI Bleeding
Hematemesis
-blood in vomit... -may be bright red or have a coffee ground ap…
Mechanical Disorder
Usually physical obstruction somewhere in the GI pathway... -->E…
151 terms
Patho Gastrointestinal Pathology
Hematemesis
Mechanical Disorder
Functional Disorder
4 Signs and Symptoms Common to GI Diso…
-blood in vomit... -may be bright red or have a coffee ground ap…
Usually physical obstruction somewhere in the GI pathway... -->E…
-Nerve or muscle damage... -Organ isn't working properly; at one…
-Anorexia... -Nausea... -Vomiting... -GI Bleeding
Hematemesis
-blood in vomit... -may be bright red or have a coffee ground ap…
Mechanical Disorder
Usually physical obstruction somewhere in the GI pathway... -->E…
63 terms
Patho: GI Pathology
Upper GI System
Lower GI System
Small intestine
Large intestine
Mouth, esophagus, duodenum; responsible for ingestion and dig…
Small intestine, large intestine, rectum/anus
Digestion and absorption
Absorption of water and electrolytes, storing of waste products
Upper GI System
Mouth, esophagus, duodenum; responsible for ingestion and dig…
Lower GI System
Small intestine, large intestine, rectum/anus
94 terms
Patho: Heart Pathology 1
Blood flow of the heart
Cardiac arrhythmias
What are cardiac arrhythmias also know…
What are arrhythmias caused from
Vena cava, right atrium, right ventricle, pulmonary artery, l…
Disturbances of regular automaticity of cardiac impulse, irre…
Dysrhythmias
Mechanical inefficiency
Blood flow of the heart
Vena cava, right atrium, right ventricle, pulmonary artery, l…
Cardiac arrhythmias
Disturbances of regular automaticity of cardiac impulse, irre…
11 terms
Boards- Patho: Osseous Pathology
Osteoporosis
Osteomalacia
Rickets
Osteomalacia/ Rickets
- decreased bone mass (porous bone)... - bone thinning (decrease…
Soft Bones, caused by a decrease in Vit D (osteoid matrix can…
Osteomalacia in kids (before growth plates fuse)
decreased Ca and Phosphorous, increased Alkaline Phosphate
Osteoporosis
- decreased bone mass (porous bone)... - bone thinning (decrease…
Osteomalacia
Soft Bones, caused by a decrease in Vit D (osteoid matrix can…
103 terms
2. Patho: Heart Pathology
Blood flow of the heart
Cardiac arrhythmias
What are cardiac arrhythmias also know…
What are arrhythmias caused from
Vena cava, right atrium, right ventricle, pulmonary artery, l…
Disturbances of regular automaticity of cardiac impulse, irre…
Dysrhythmias
Mechanical inefficiency
Blood flow of the heart
Vena cava, right atrium, right ventricle, pulmonary artery, l…
Cardiac arrhythmias
Disturbances of regular automaticity of cardiac impulse, irre…
84 terms
Patho (W2): MUSCULOSKELETAL PATHOLOGY
More than ____% of injuries in the US…
as PTs, why is musculoskeletal patholo…
preclinical disability (def)
what are 3 early signs to see is someo…
50%
because pathology often leads to some degree of immobilizatio…
progressive and detectable, but recognizable decline in physi…
- dec ability to perform mobility tasks and ADLs needed to ma…
More than ____% of injuries in the US…
50%
as PTs, why is musculoskeletal patholo…
because pathology often leads to some degree of immobilizatio…
67 terms
patho-pulmonary pathology
sign and symptom of pulmonary disease…
dyspnea is the ________ sensation of u…
dyspnea is frequently associated with…
2 major signs of dyspnea:
dyspnea
subjective, unable
anxiety
-flaring of nostrils... -retraction (pulling back) of intercosta…
sign and symptom of pulmonary disease…
dyspnea
dyspnea is the ________ sensation of u…
subjective, unable
55 terms
Patho: Heart Pathology 2
Endocardial diseases
Types of endocardial diseases
What is infective endocarditis caused by
What are the valves considered in endo…
Disease within the heart, normally the valves
Acute or sub acute, non-infective thrombotic, infective
Acute bacterial infection, strep or staph
Vegetation
Endocardial diseases
Disease within the heart, normally the valves
Types of endocardial diseases
Acute or sub acute, non-infective thrombotic, infective
28 terms
Boards- Patho: Endocrine Pathology
ADH (Vasopressin)
Lack of ADH
Diabetes Insipidus
Diabetes Mellitus
conserve H2O in the body via the kidneys, creating a concentr…
results in urinary loss of H2O, dilute urine
characterized by a large volume of dilute urine/ decrease ADH…
Insulin deficiency
ADH (Vasopressin)
conserve H2O in the body via the kidneys, creating a concentr…
Lack of ADH
results in urinary loss of H2O, dilute urine
76 terms
PATHO: Muscle Pathology
what are the difference muscle respons…
necrosis is a common response to muscl…
necrosis is a response to what type of…
necrosis is a response to what type of…
- atrophy... - hypertrophy... - physiologic or hormonal... - prolonged…
primary muscle disease (myopathies)
toxin
structural disturbance (ex: duchenne muscular dystrophy
what are the difference muscle respons…
- atrophy... - hypertrophy... - physiologic or hormonal... - prolonged…
necrosis is a common response to muscl…
primary muscle disease (myopathies)
43 terms
Patho II Cervical Spine Pathology
Pathologies of the Cervical Spine
What is cervical radiculopathy?
Causes of cervical radiculopathy
Characteristics of nerve root entrapme…
- radiculopathy... - cericogenic/ cerviotrigeminal HA... - fx... - mus…
nerve root entrapment or irritation
- DDD... - disc herniation... - space occupying lesion (CA or cyst,…
- sensory changes... - weakness... - DTR
Pathologies of the Cervical Spine
- radiculopathy... - cericogenic/ cerviotrigeminal HA... - fx... - mus…
What is cervical radiculopathy?
nerve root entrapment or irritation
80 terms
Patho W11a: GI Pathology
Where esophagus px referred to
Where is heart px referred to
Where is Stomach px referred to
Where is Gallbladder and Liver px refe…
Midsternal position
Slightly offset to the left
Left Upper Quadrant & Posteriorly
Right upper quadrant, sometimes Gallbladder px can come aroun…
Where esophagus px referred to
Midsternal position
Where is heart px referred to
Slightly offset to the left
40 terms
Patho W13: Cardiovascular Pathology
What are the signs & symptoms of CVD
What are the signs & symptoms of CVD i…
What are the signs & symptoms of CVD i…
What are the signs & symptoms of CVD i…
1. Weakness ... 2. Fatigue... 3. Weight Change... 4. Exercise Intolera…
1. Pressure Ulcers... 2. Loss of body hair... 3. Cyanosis
1. Headaches... 2. Syncope... 3. Impaired Vision
1. Productive Cough... 2. SOB
What are the signs & symptoms of CVD
1. Weakness ... 2. Fatigue... 3. Weight Change... 4. Exercise Intolera…
What are the signs & symptoms of CVD i…
1. Pressure Ulcers... 2. Loss of body hair... 3. Cyanosis
22 terms
Patho - respiratory system pathology
rhinitis
non allergic rhinitis
allergic rhinitis
sinusitis
Inflammation of the mucosa of nasal cavities
Viral : "Common cold" - adenoviruses, rhinoviruses, corona vi…
mediated by IgE (Type I hypersensitivity immune reaction)... Tri…
Inflammation of the paranasal sinuses... Serious threat due to a…
rhinitis
Inflammation of the mucosa of nasal cavities
non allergic rhinitis
Viral : "Common cold" - adenoviruses, rhinoviruses, corona vi…
63 terms
PATHO- cardio pathology
Vericose Veins
Chronic venous insufficiency
Deep vein thrombosis
Virchows triad (DVT)
-blood isn't being moved due to decrease muscle contraction (…
Decreased venous return back to the heart... Hypoxia, necrosis,…
Blood sits and pools, begins to clot... Creates a backflow which…
1. Circulatory stasis... 2. Endothelial damage... 3. Hypercoaguable
Vericose Veins
-blood isn't being moved due to decrease muscle contraction (…
Chronic venous insufficiency
Decreased venous return back to the heart... Hypoxia, necrosis,…
41 terms
Patho - Vascular Pathology
Blood vessels have three layers
intima
media
adventitia
- intima ... - Media... - Adventitia
single layer of endothelial cells... minimal underlying subendot…
smooth muscle cells ... inner 1/3 receives nutrient from the lum…
connective tissue network ... vaso vasorum that supplies adventi…
Blood vessels have three layers
- intima ... - Media... - Adventitia
intima
single layer of endothelial cells... minimal underlying subendot…
105 terms
patho: environmental pathology
removal of inhaled particles (3)
___largest preventable cause of premat…
effect of smoking on survival
effect of the below substances in toba…
•removal by lymphatics... •by mucociliary escalator ... •intra-alve…
cigarette smoking
7.5 year difference ... *ie increased morbidity/mortality
•carcinogenesis... •carcinogenesis... •ganglionic stimulation, •dep…
removal of inhaled particles (3)
•removal by lymphatics... •by mucociliary escalator ... •intra-alve…
___largest preventable cause of premat…
cigarette smoking
90 terms
Patho - Cardio Physiology and Pathology
Main objective of the heart
Superior vena cava -> R atrium -> Tric…
SA Node
Heart relaxed
To get oxygen and nutrients to body tissue aka perfusion
Flow of blood through heart (Starting with superior vena cava
AKA pacemaker; specialized electro-generating cells that auto…
AV Valves stay open; blood is passively moving into the ventr…
Main objective of the heart
To get oxygen and nutrients to body tissue aka perfusion
Superior vena cava -> R atrium -> Tric…
Flow of blood through heart (Starting with superior vena cava
14 terms
Patho - Female Pathology
Most important agent in cervical oncog…
HPV DNA is present in ____% of cervica…
Low risk HPV serotype
High risk HPV serotype
HPV
> 95%
6, 11... 90% of condyloma acuminatum (venereal warts)
16, 18... 70% of cervical cancer
Most important agent in cervical oncog…
HPV
HPV DNA is present in ____% of cervica…
> 95%
34 terms
Patho Midterm- Cell Pathology
Atrophy
Hypertrophy
Hyperplasia
Metaplasia
Decrease in cell size or cell shrinkage... Causes: disuse, dener…
Increase in cell size in organ or tissue (additional actin/my…
Increase in cell number in organ/tissue... Occurs in tissues wit…
Reversible change in which one adult cell type is replaces by…
Atrophy
Decrease in cell size or cell shrinkage... Causes: disuse, dener…
Hypertrophy
Increase in cell size in organ or tissue (additional actin/my…
Patho Perinatal/ Neonatal Pathology
when an infant is small for gestationa…
-inability of the uterus to hold fetus…
-placenta impedes... -mother not nutritio…
when I a baby considered premature
IUGR Physiology
risk factors for IUGR
causes of IUGR (intrauterine growth retardation)
before 37 weeks
when an infant is small for gestationa…
IUGR Physiology
-inability of the uterus to hold fetus…
risk factors for IUGR
31 terms
patho - musculoskeletal pathology - chapter 13
Type I muscle fibers are slow twitch w…
Type IIa muscle fibers are __________…
Type IIb are fast twitch which means t…
anaerobic = _______________... aerobic =…
fatigue resistant; aerobic
faster; fatigue resistant
fatigue; anaerobic
strength... endurance
Type I muscle fibers are slow twitch w…
fatigue resistant; aerobic
Type IIa muscle fibers are __________…
faster; fatigue resistant
21 terms
Patho Test 3: GI Pathology
GI Pathology
Esophagus: dysphagia
Esophagus: diffuse esophagus spasm
Reflux Esophagitis (heart burn)
GI goes from mouth to anus
Dysphagia: difficulty swallowing past the pharynx... -can be ind…
We've had this a few times: accidentally swallowed a small pi…
Most common problem with the esophagus; literally your esopha…
GI Pathology
GI goes from mouth to anus
Esophagus: dysphagia
Dysphagia: difficulty swallowing past the pharynx... -can be ind…
56 terms
Kidney&Urinary pathology Gastrointestinal system patho
acquired cystic disease
What does the urimary system consists of
pyelonephritis
What are the two main regions of the k…
Characterized by the development of numerous fluid filled cys…
2 kidneys ... 2 ureters ... Urinary bladder and urethra
Is an inflammatory condition of one or both kidneys associate…
Outer renal cortex and inner renal medulla... Filtration takes p…
acquired cystic disease
Characterized by the development of numerous fluid filled cys…
What does the urimary system consists of
2 kidneys ... 2 ureters ... Urinary bladder and urethra
11 terms
Pathology 1st exam (Intro to Patho)
4 humors
Balance vs. Imbalance
4 Main parts of Pathology
19 Century
Cold... Wet... Dry... Hot
Healthy vs. Disease
-Etiology... -Pathogenesis... -Lesions... -Diagnosis
Pasteur... Koch... *Germinology... *Bacteriology
4 humors
Cold... Wet... Dry... Hot
Balance vs. Imbalance
Healthy vs. Disease
63 terms
Patho - Ch. 5 pathologies
Spondylosis
Spondylosis
Spondylosis
Spondylolysis
Degenerative; disease affecting intervertebral discs of the s…
Etiology: Patients may have history of poor posture due to pr…
PT Intervention: fix posture
Defect in the pars interarticularis of the vertebrae of the l…
Spondylosis
Degenerative; disease affecting intervertebral discs of the s…
Spondylosis
Etiology: Patients may have history of poor posture due to pr…
37 terms
Patho Exam 4- MS pathology
Cartilage forming tumors
Osteochondroma
Chondroma
Chondrosarcoma
produce hyaline or myxoid cartilage
benign at metaphysis of long bones... cartilage cupped tumors at…
benign... neoplasm of hyaline cartilage
painful... pelvis, shoulder ribs... expansive glistening mass
Cartilage forming tumors
produce hyaline or myxoid cartilage
Osteochondroma
benign at metaphysis of long bones... cartilage cupped tumors at…
55 terms
3. Patho: heart pathology cont.
Endocardial diseases
Types of endocardial diseases
What is infective endocarditis caused by
What are the valves considered in endo…
Disease within the heart, normally the valves
Acute or sub acute, non-infective thrombotic, infective
Acute bacterial infection, strep or staph
Vegetation
Endocardial diseases
Disease within the heart, normally the valves
Types of endocardial diseases
Acute or sub acute, non-infective thrombotic, infective
45 terms
Hematopoietic and Lymphoid Pathology- Patho class
What is anemia?
Anemia clinical feature
What is Thalassemia
Who is affected Thalassemia more often?
A decrease in red blood cell volume (hematocrit), or concentr…
• Pallor of the skin or mucosa... • Brittle, spoon-shaped nails…
• Inherited disorder of hemoglobin synthesis... • Similar to sic…
Mediterranean, African, Indian, and Southeast Asians
What is anemia?
A decrease in red blood cell volume (hematocrit), or concentr…
Anemia clinical feature
• Pallor of the skin or mucosa... • Brittle, spoon-shaped nails…
45 terms
Musculo Patho 12: Leg Pathology
What are the 3 Overuse Injuries?
What are risk factors for all 3 Injuri…
Leg anatomy is organized into....?
What are 3 common alignment/posture is…
Medial tibial stress syndrome... Stress fracture... Chronic Exertio…
Occur with runners who exceed 20 miles/wk... Changes/increases i…
Compartments
Lateral Tibial Torsion - toeing out, supinated subtalar joint…
What are the 3 Overuse Injuries?
Medial tibial stress syndrome... Stress fracture... Chronic Exertio…
What are risk factors for all 3 Injuri…
Occur with runners who exceed 20 miles/wk... Changes/increases i…
57 terms
PathoPhys-Cell Pathology and Inflammation
Atrophy
Causes of Atrophy
Hypertrophy
Causes of Hypertrophy
"Cell shrinkage"
-Disuse... -Denervation... -Loss of endocrine stimulation... -Inadequa…
-Increase in cell size in organ or tissues.... -Can be normal, a…
-Increased workload on organ... -Adaptive: Enlarges to adapt to…
Atrophy
"Cell shrinkage"
Causes of Atrophy
-Disuse... -Denervation... -Loss of endocrine stimulation... -Inadequa…
13 terms
Patho - Ch 6 Pathologies
juvenile idiopathic arthritis
39 2 rash retardation
unknown
marie-strumpell disease
Another name for Still's disease is:
Characteristics of Stills disease: Fever of ______ degrees ce…
The etiology of JRA and stills disease is __________.
Another name for Ankylosing Spondylitis is:
juvenile idiopathic arthritis
Another name for Still's disease is:
39 2 rash retardation
Characteristics of Stills disease: Fever of ______ degrees ce…
41 terms
cardio pathology ch 23 Patho
vasculature diseases - veins
vasculature diseases - veins & arteries
*peripheral artery disease (PAD)
coronary artery disease (CAD)
• varicose veins... • chronic venous insufficiency... • deep venous…
• thrombus formation... • embolism... • aneurysm
•thromboangiitis obliterans... •raynaud dz/phenomenon... •arteriosc…
•Myocardial infarction... •Ischemic stroke
vasculature diseases - veins
• varicose veins... • chronic venous insufficiency... • deep venous…
vasculature diseases - veins & arteries
• thrombus formation... • embolism... • aneurysm
118 terms
Patho-chapter 2 (cellular pathology)
stem cells
totipotent
pluripotent
multipotent
ability to become various types of cells ... totipotent... multipot…
can give rise to an entire organism or to any particular type…
can produce any type of tissue, ie heart, brain, liver, but c…
produce a limited range of cell types
stem cells
ability to become various types of cells ... totipotent... multipot…
totipotent
can give rise to an entire organism or to any particular type…
112 terms
Cardiovascular pathology - Lecture 3 - Patho
what are the cardinal signs & sx of CV…
non cardiac chest pain
cardiac chest pain
typical CHD process:
chest, neck & arm pain... cough... cyanosis... fatigue... syncope... dyspnea…
burn, sharp, stabbing pain... localized, R or L... doesn't radiate…
dull, crushing, heavy squeezing pain... discomfort ... occurs centr…
plaque build up ... deceased O2 to heart ... block causes ischemia
what are the cardinal signs & sx of CV…
chest, neck & arm pain... cough... cyanosis... fatigue... syncope... dyspnea…
non cardiac chest pain
burn, sharp, stabbing pain... localized, R or L... doesn't radiate…
40 terms
Patho4: Ovary and Pregnancy pathology
What is PCOS?
If a girl is not ovulating, has excess…
What are the symptoms of PCOS?
How do you treat PCOS?
polycystic ovarian syndrome... numerous enlarged cysts
polycystic ovarian syndrome
anovulation or infrequent/prolonged periods... excess hair grow…
lower insulin levels with diet... restore fertility with medicat…
What is PCOS?
polycystic ovarian syndrome... numerous enlarged cysts
If a girl is not ovulating, has excess…
polycystic ovarian syndrome
72 terms
PathoPhys Final Exam - Renal Pathology
What are the different categories of *…
Acute Kidney Injury
Acute Kidney Injury symptoms
Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD)
1. Glomerular diseases... 2. Interstitial and tubular diseases... 3…
Sudden decline in kidney function... Reduced glomerular filtrati…
1. Oliguria (low urine; <400 ml/day)... 2. Intrarenal *vasocon…
Progressive loss of renal function (years to develop)... Obliter…
What are the different categories of *…
1. Glomerular diseases... 2. Interstitial and tubular diseases... 3…
Acute Kidney Injury
Sudden decline in kidney function... Reduced glomerular filtrati…
41 terms
Patho 3 Presentations and Pathologies
T/F: overmedication occurs from having…
RBC shape names
normal blood smear apearance
purple staining cells
False. occurs from having too little. less albumin = more fre…
corpuscle or biconclave disc
all RBC consistent in size and color, can look slightly pale…
basophils ( basophilia )
T/F: overmedication occurs from having…
False. occurs from having too little. less albumin = more fre…
RBC shape names
corpuscle or biconclave disc
118 terms
Patho - Heart Pathology I- V
Cardiac Pathology: what are the six th…
Cardiac Hypertrophy
Cardiomyopathies
Three major types of cardiomyopathies
1. failure of the pump... 2. obstruction to flow... 3. regurgitant…
- more then just increased cell size ... - decreased capillary t…
group of conditions characterized by decreased functionality…
1. Hypertrophic ... 2. Dilative ... 3. Restrictive
Cardiac Pathology: what are the six th…
1. failure of the pump... 2. obstruction to flow... 3. regurgitant…
Cardiac Hypertrophy
- more then just increased cell size ... - decreased capillary t…
10 terms
Environment & Nutritional Patho (Pathology Self Study)
What are pneumoconioses?
What are classic examples pneumoconios…
What is coal worker's pneumoconioses?
Asbestosis
-non-neoplastic lung reactions to inhalation of mineral dusts…
-coal workers pneumoconioses;... -asbestosis;... -silicosis;... -beryl…
-Black Lung Disease;... -anthracosis is not the problem, rather…
-occupational exposure to asbestos;... -bronchogenic carcinoma (…
What are pneumoconioses?
-non-neoplastic lung reactions to inhalation of mineral dusts…
What are classic examples pneumoconios…
-coal workers pneumoconioses;... -asbestosis;... -silicosis;... -beryl…
15 terms
exam #4 patho cardiovascular pathology
thrombus
thromboembolus
varicose vein
chronic venous insufficiency
clot is a vessel
clot that detaches
vein distended w/pooled blood
inadequate venous return over time
thrombus
clot is a vessel
thromboembolus
clot that detaches
23 terms
Patho: Lecture 11 GI Pathology
neoplastic transformation of epithelia…
an obese 77 year old comes in your cli…
your patient comes in complaining of l…
what is triple therapy and what pathol…
b) GERD (slide 58)
a) hiatal hernia (slide 59)
d) gastritis (slides 60-61)
H2 histamine blockers, proton pump inhibitor and avoid offend…
neoplastic transformation of epithelia…
b) GERD (slide 58)
an obese 77 year old comes in your cli…
a) hiatal hernia (slide 59)
75 terms
Heart Pathology- Patho Exam 4
Congenital Heart Disease
Left-to-right
Right-to-left
Coarctation
Left-to-right... Right-to-left... Coarctation
Atrial Septal Defect... Ventricular Septal Defect... Patent Ductus…
Tetralogy of Fallot... Transposition of great arteries
Aortic coarctation
Congenital Heart Disease
Left-to-right... Right-to-left... Coarctation
Left-to-right
Atrial Septal Defect... Ventricular Septal Defect... Patent Ductus…
80 terms
Patho Exam 1: Hematology Pathology
3 Functions of Blood
Percentages of Plasma vs Cellular Comp…
Components of Plasma (4)
Albumin
1) Delivery and transport substances for cellular metabolism…
Plasma: 55%... Cellular Component: 45%
1) Clotting Factors... 2) Albumin/ proteins... 3) Humoral immunity…
-Made inside liver... -Protein that brings water into plasma
3 Functions of Blood
1) Delivery and transport substances for cellular metabolism…
Percentages of Plasma vs Cellular Comp…
Plasma: 55%... Cellular Component: 45%
91 terms
Patho exam 1: Endocrine Pathology
4 Functions of the Endocrine System
What does the endocrine system use to…
Hypothalamus
What are the 2 hormones the hypothalam…
1) Growth and development... 2) Reproduction... 3) Maintain homeost…
Hormones, slower in response than neurons... -negative
controls the release of hormones from the pituitary gland
-ADH (antidiuretic hormone): plasma osmolarity... -Oxytocin: ... Ma…
4 Functions of the Endocrine System
1) Growth and development... 2) Reproduction... 3) Maintain homeost…
What does the endocrine system use to…
Hormones, slower in response than neurons... -negative
136 terms
Renal and Urologic Pathology (KDLC patho)
2 Components of Kidney
T/F Kidneys have fat pads to protect t…
Which kidney is slightly lower?
4 Components of the Nephron Tubular St…
1) Outer cortex... 2) Inner medulla
True
Right, because of the liver
1)Renal corpuscle... 2) Proximal and distal convoluted loops... 3)…
2 Components of Kidney
1) Outer cortex... 2) Inner medulla
T/F Kidneys have fat pads to protect t…
True
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