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145 terms
Pathology last portion complete
Nicotine stomatitis
Inflammatory papillary hyperplasia of…
Epulis fissuratum
Fibroma
-asymptomatic... -develops in response to heat... -pate is erythema…
-inflammatory lesion associated with an ill fitting denture... -…
-overgrowth of tissue along border of denture-reactive->ill f…
-most common benign soft tissue tumor... -results from irritatio…
Nicotine stomatitis
-asymptomatic... -develops in response to heat... -pate is erythema…
Inflammatory papillary hyperplasia of…
-inflammatory lesion associated with an ill fitting denture... -…
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Last renal pathology CIL
Adult polycystic kidney disease
Adult polycystic kidney disease Inheri…
Adult polycystic kidney disease Features
Adult polycystic kidney disease Clinic…
AD, circle of willis berry anuerysms, PKD1/2. Ultrasound, Chr…
Autosomal Dominant
Large multicystic kidneys, liver cysts, berry aneurysms
Hematuria, flank pain, TRI, renal stones, HTN
Adult polycystic kidney disease
AD, circle of willis berry anuerysms, PKD1/2. Ultrasound, Chr…
Adult polycystic kidney disease Inheri…
Autosomal Dominant
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Pathology last portion complete
Nicotine stomatitis
Inflammatory papillary hyperplasia of…
Epulis fissuratum
Fibroma
-asymptomatic... -develops in response to heat... -pate is erythema…
-inflammatory lesion associated with an ill fitting denture... -…
-overgrowth of tissue along border of denture-reactive->ill f…
-most common benign soft tissue tumor... -results from irritatio…
Nicotine stomatitis
-asymptomatic... -develops in response to heat... -pate is erythema…
Inflammatory papillary hyperplasia of…
-inflammatory lesion associated with an ill fitting denture... -…
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pathology Last test
What disease is the most common and ol…
What is the major cause of genital and…
What sexually transmitted disease is c…
What are the four distinctive strains…
B
B
C
Enterotoxigenic E coli, Enteroinvasive E coli, Enteropathogen…
What disease is the most common and ol…
B
What is the major cause of genital and…
B
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Pathology last exam
Orthotopic transplantation
heterotopic transplantation
autologous transplantion (autograft)
allogeneic transplantation (allograft)
graft transplanted into usual location
transplanted into a site other than usual anatomic location (…
graft transplanted back to same individual
graft transplanted into a genetically different individual
Orthotopic transplantation
graft transplanted into usual location
heterotopic transplantation
transplanted into a site other than usual anatomic location (…
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LAST PATHOLOGY EXAM :)
Hypospadias and Epispadias
Cryptorchidism (Undescended Testes)
Testicular Torsion
Epididymitis
Occurs in 1 in 300 live male births... May be associated with ot…
Can results in arrest of germ cell development... Hyalinization…
Occasionally in newborns, but mostly adolescents. ... Acute/seve…
Young boys - associated with urinary tract malformations. ... Yo…
Hypospadias and Epispadias
Occurs in 1 in 300 live male births... May be associated with ot…
Cryptorchidism (Undescended Testes)
Can results in arrest of germ cell development... Hyalinization…
Pathology - Last minute panic attack
Resorptive giant cells
Inflammatory giant cells
Viral giant cells
What is oncocytes?
Osteoclasts... Chondroclasts... Tuton giant cells... Syncytiotrophobla…
Langhans... Foreign body
Warthin-Finkeldey giant cells (measles)... Adenovirus giant cell…
Hurtle cells: Swollen cells with grainy, eosinphilic cytoplas…
Resorptive giant cells
Osteoclasts... Chondroclasts... Tuton giant cells... Syncytiotrophobla…
Inflammatory giant cells
Langhans... Foreign body
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Pathology Exam 2 Last Minute
long bones are formed by
The first stage of fracture healing is…
What cells help with fracture repair?
A fracture through a growth plate is c…
endchondral ossification
hematoma
fibrocytes, osteocytes, osteoblasts
Salter farcture
long bones are formed by
endchondral ossification
The first stage of fracture healing is…
hematoma
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Pathology 6 the last one ladies and gents
Which condition is a result of increas…
Possible short answer) Depending on ab…
What type of anaemia is due to vitamin…
What type of anaemia is the most commo…
D
A. Megaloblastic anaemia... B. Iron deficiency anaemia... C. Anaemi…
C
B
Which condition is a result of increas…
D
Possible short answer) Depending on ab…
A. Megaloblastic anaemia... B. Iron deficiency anaemia... C. Anaemi…
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APD f-34 Last lecture Respiratory Pathology
APD f-34 Last lecture Respiratory Path…
Causes of Acute Lung Injury:
Three manifestations of Acute Lung Inj…
How fast does Respiratory distress syn…
...
Acute Lung Injury has many causes... NOT due to left-sided heart…
-Dyspnea... -Hypoxia... -Infiltrates on x-ray
Respiratory distress syndrome develops in 85% of patients in…
APD f-34 Last lecture Respiratory Path…
...
Causes of Acute Lung Injury:
Acute Lung Injury has many causes... NOT due to left-sided heart…
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Pathology final Saro last class review
Muscle Disorders 1
what are common characteristics of OOS?
What are the causes of OOS?
what is the pathophysiology of OOS?
OOS-Occupational overuse syndrome
Pain, Fatigue, Neurological defects
Anything that delays the body to quick recovery i.e Machine O…
Muscle fibres constrict causing reduced blood flow to the mus…
Muscle Disorders 1
OOS-Occupational overuse syndrome
what are common characteristics of OOS?
Pain, Fatigue, Neurological defects
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IPAP 16-1 Pathology Exam III - Save last 93 terms
Gonads... Pancreas... Intestines
Contain secretory ducts... Products expel…
Ductless glands
Release of hormones into local tissue…
Glands of the Endocrine System
Exocrine glands
Endocrine glands
Paracrine effect
Gonads... Pancreas... Intestines
Glands of the Endocrine System
Contain secretory ducts... Products expel…
Exocrine glands
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IPAP 16-1 Pathology Exam III Extra - Study Last 93 terms
most common... Gradual onset w/ progressi…
Massive infarction or major artery... Thr…
Lower more affected than upper... Due to…
Secondary to progressive narrowing of…
Intestinal atherosclerosis... Chronic... Partial occlusion
Intestinal atherosclerosis... Acute
Atherosclerosis of the extremities
Atherosclerosis of the extremities... Chronic ischemia
most common... Gradual onset w/ progressi…
Intestinal atherosclerosis... Chronic... Partial occlusion
Massive infarction or major artery... Thr…
Intestinal atherosclerosis... Acute
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LCCW - Gastrointestinal Pathology - Last lecture series before final - Summer 2016 - Prof Fernando
Meckel's Diverticulum
Hirschsprug's disease (Congenital Mega…
Enterocolitis
Major Causes of Diarrhea
-Remnant of Vitelline duct (gut -> yoke sac)... -Usually asympto…
-Congenital ... -Aganglionosis (no nerves->no parastalsis) Auerb…
-Inflamation of the small and large intestines... -Dysentery - l…
Secretory - intestinal fluids lead to high up, presists when…
Meckel's Diverticulum
-Remnant of Vitelline duct (gut -> yoke sac)... -Usually asympto…
Hirschsprug's disease (Congenital Mega…
-Congenital ... -Aganglionosis (no nerves->no parastalsis) Auerb…
MT11 Pathology - Terms Related to Disorders of the Lower Respiratory Tract Part 2 (Last 13)
influenza, flu, Avian (bird) flu, Swin…
pertussis, whooping cough
pleural effusion
pleurisy
Also known as the ___. Acute infectious disease of the respir…
Bacterial infection of the respiratory tract with a character…
Abnormal accumulation of fluid in the intrapleural space.
Inflammation of the parietal pleura of the lungs. May be caus…
influenza, flu, Avian (bird) flu, Swin…
Also known as the ___. Acute infectious disease of the respir…
pertussis, whooping cough
Bacterial infection of the respiratory tract with a character…
Year 2 - Pathology - Tumours of blood stem cells have different names (last year P102)
What type of blood cells can multipote…
What are the progeny of multi-potentia…
What does the pluripotential myeloid s…
Name 4 types of neoplastic diseases of…
- Any type of blood cell
- A Lymphoid stem cell line ... - A pluripotential myeloid stem…
- Erythrocytes ... - Megakaryocytes ... - Granulocytes
- Malignant lymphomas ... - Leukaemias and myeloproliferative di…
What type of blood cells can multipote…
- Any type of blood cell
What are the progeny of multi-potentia…
- A Lymphoid stem cell line ... - A pluripotential myeloid stem…
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Last Patho Exam Review
Lymphoid tissue found in great concent…
Disease of alveolar destruction and de…
Most common fungal pneumonia in AIDS pts
Collapsed lung (on other packet too)
MALT
Emphysema
PCP
Atelectasis
Lymphoid tissue found in great concent…
MALT
Disease of alveolar destruction and de…
Emphysema
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Path Last Quiz before Final
Umetero Suzuki
Amines of Life
Fredrick hopkins
Kazimierz Funk
found Vitamins. Cured Beri Beri (Thiamine Deficiency) via bro…
Substance found in food that are necessary for life
Did test that found cures through food, the actual work that…
Gave the name Vitamins to medicine, 1912
Umetero Suzuki
found Vitamins. Cured Beri Beri (Thiamine Deficiency) via bro…
Amines of Life
Substance found in food that are necessary for life
29 terms
LAST PATH QUIZ!!
What are signs of ODD (oppositional de…
causes of ODD
prognosis of of ODD
ODD implications for functions
pattern of disobedience, hostility, anger, changes in mood, p…
genetics, environment and biological,
more common in boys, if appears early in life often relates t…
chronic social difficulties, relationships impacted, play aff…
What are signs of ODD (oppositional de…
pattern of disobedience, hostility, anger, changes in mood, p…
causes of ODD
genetics, environment and biological,
29 terms
Pulmonary Pathology Lectures 3 & 4 Part 1
Bronchial asthma
Chronic bronchitis
Emphysema
Acute respiratory distress syndrome
What lung disease presents with thickened lamina propria, bro…
What lung disease presents with hypertrophy/hyperplasia of se…
What lung disease presents with permanent airspace enlargemen…
What lung disease is characterized by hyaline membranes follo…
Bronchial asthma
What lung disease presents with thickened lamina propria, bro…
Chronic bronchitis
What lung disease presents with hypertrophy/hyperplasia of se…
51 terms
Last Patho stuff
Suppurative myocarditis
Interstitial myocarditis
Parenchymatous myocarditis
Fiedler's myocarditis
pyogen infection. Causes focal necrosis or abscesses
viral myocarditis. Coxsack or adeno are most common. A diffus…
Diffuse spotty destruction of myocytes. Dyphtheria, typhoid,…
Common in young adults. Diffuse interstitial inflammatation w…
Suppurative myocarditis
pyogen infection. Causes focal necrosis or abscesses
Interstitial myocarditis
viral myocarditis. Coxsack or adeno are most common. A diffus…
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Pathology Practical disease ID
Red thread, Laetisaria fusiformis, art…
Crown Rot Ant, Colletotrichum cereale,…
Summer patch, Magnaporthe poae, Adequa…
Take-All Patch, Gaeumannomyces gramini…
Name the disease, pathogen, sporing structure in image, name…
Disease found in saturated area in a green mowed a .100". Sig…
Green is Poa, heavy rain as of late, high temperatures. Got m…
Green is Bentgrass, found in late May when temps became cool…
Red thread, Laetisaria fusiformis, art…
Name the disease, pathogen, sporing structure in image, name…
Crown Rot Ant, Colletotrichum cereale,…
Disease found in saturated area in a green mowed a .100". Sig…
last minute questions from path review
the most common cause of heart failure…
concentric hypetrophy in cats is usual…
examples of mesenchymal
T or F, the major control of neoplasti…
valvular endocardiosis ,... usually mitral valve
Hyperthyroidism
sarcoma, bone, lining of smooth muscle
F, it is cell loss
the most common cause of heart failure…
valvular endocardiosis ,... usually mitral valve
concentric hypetrophy in cats is usual…
Hyperthyroidism
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Patho last quiz
saphenous, superficial
hydrostatic, edema, valves, intralumin…
hemorrhoids, esophageal varices, prege…
Venous Stasis Ulcers, immobility, left…
Diseases of the Veins: 1. Varicose Veins... • Definition: a vein…
Pathogenesis of Varicose Veins... • blood pooling in the superfi…
Varicose Veins:... • _____ result from dilation of the veins at…
Diseases of the Veins: ... 2. _____ _____ _____: Circulation to…
saphenous, superficial
Diseases of the Veins: 1. Varicose Veins... • Definition: a vein…
hydrostatic, edema, valves, intralumin…
Pathogenesis of Varicose Veins... • blood pooling in the superfi…
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Path: last spelling test
Coagulopathy
Bilirubin
Bile acids assay
Liver damage
The inability of the blood to clot
A toxic metabolite produced from the red blood cell destructi…
Chemicals produced by the liver to help emulsify fat within t…
Something that has happened to the liver such as trauma or to…
Coagulopathy
The inability of the blood to clot
Bilirubin
A toxic metabolite produced from the red blood cell destructi…
50 terms
Pathology Chapter 1
Pathology
Disease
Acute disease
Chronic disease
Study of changes in body structure and function as result of…
unhealthy state cause by the effects of injury... -Structural ch…
arises rapidly, accompanied by distinctive symptoms, and last…
begins slowly, with signs and symptoms that are difficult to…
Pathology
Study of changes in body structure and function as result of…
Disease
unhealthy state cause by the effects of injury... -Structural ch…
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Pathology Review Exam 1
Major causes of Disease:
What Impairs Healing?
Acute inflammation
What Histamine is and What it Does?
injury, infection, genetic factor, congenital, degenerative d…
Inflammation
initial response of the body to harmful stimuli and is achiev…
1. Dilates blood vessels near the damage, this causes more bl…
Major causes of Disease:
injury, infection, genetic factor, congenital, degenerative d…
What Impairs Healing?
Inflammation
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Pathology Chapter 2
Cardinal Signs of Inflammation
Acute Inflammation
Chronic Inflammation
Transudates
Calor - heat... Rubor - redness... Tumor - swelling... Dolar - pain... Fu…
rapid onset, short duration (minutes to days)... Stimuli for ac…
Slow onset, may last months for years, involves more lymphocy…
Transudate is extravascular fluid with low protein content an…
Cardinal Signs of Inflammation
Calor - heat... Rubor - redness... Tumor - swelling... Dolar - pain... Fu…
Acute Inflammation
rapid onset, short duration (minutes to days)... Stimuli for ac…
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Pathology 3 - Bone and Joint Pathologies
Arthritis
Cloaca
Enthesopathy
Hyperuricemia
Rheumatism... Inflammed joints
Hole fomed in the bone during formation of a draining sinus
Inflammation where ligaments attach to bone
increased blood levels of uric acid
Arthritis
Rheumatism... Inflammed joints
Cloaca
Hole fomed in the bone during formation of a draining sinus
103 terms
Pathology Test 1
Disease
Pathology
Diagnosis
Prognosis
- condition of abnormal function involving anatomic structure…
- study of disease, includes causes & effects of disease.
- determines presence of disease... - evaluation of physical sig…
- prediction of how disease will progress and chances of reco…
Disease
- condition of abnormal function involving anatomic structure…
Pathology
- study of disease, includes causes & effects of disease.
Oral Pathology Diseases
Leukoplakia
Erythroplasia (erythroplakia)
Squamous cell carcinoma
Snuff lesion (smokeless tobacco lesion)
Thickened, white, leathery-looking spots on the inside of the…
Type of skin cancer more serious than basal cell carcinoma; o…
Leukoplakia
Thickened, white, leathery-looking spots on the inside of the…
Erythroplasia (erythroplakia)
Last test
Urinary Organs
Erythropoeitin
Kidney
Renin
Kidney, Ureter, bladder, urethra
Hormone secreted by kidneys during hypoxia, stimulates RBC pr…
Filtration, Re absorption, Hormone production, Secretion
Enzyme that mediates extra-cellular volume, released from kid…
Urinary Organs
Kidney, Ureter, bladder, urethra
Erythropoeitin
Hormone secreted by kidneys during hypoxia, stimulates RBC pr…
Last Minute Terms--Patho Exam 2
Type I Hypersensitivity
Some common allergies
First exposure type I
Second exposure type I
IgE Mediated... Most common allergic rxn... Rxn against environment…
NOT IgE mediated... Example--->Poison Ivy (Type IV bc T cell med…
-allergen stimulates B cell maturation... -Plasma cells produced…
Antigen cross links IgE... degran of mast cell... allergic rxn symp…
Type I Hypersensitivity
IgE Mediated... Most common allergic rxn... Rxn against environment…
Some common allergies
NOT IgE mediated... Example--->Poison Ivy (Type IV bc T cell med…
Chapter 1- Pathology
acute
asymptomatic
atrophy
autoantibodies
quick onset and last for short period
disease processes, especially in early stages, do not produce…
a generalized decrease in cell size
antibodies that form against and injure the patient's own tis…
acute
quick onset and last for short period
asymptomatic
disease processes, especially in early stages, do not produce…
93 terms
Last Exam Adv Patho
• Diabetes mellitus is _
• Current theories link the causes of…
• Type 1 diabetes mellitus most often…
• Type 1 diabetes is the _
_a chronic multisystem disorder of glucose metabolism related…
_genetic, autoimmune, and environmental factors.
_in people who are under 30 years of age, with a peak onset b…
_end result of a long-standing process where the body's own T…
• Diabetes mellitus is _
_a chronic multisystem disorder of glucose metabolism related…
• Current theories link the causes of…
_genetic, autoimmune, and environmental factors.
Patho/Pharm last 22 slides
Enzymes
Selective interaction (MOA)
Nonselective interactions
how do drugs effect cellular structure…
catalyze nearly every biochemical reaction in a cell
drug-enzyme interaction occurs when drug chemically binds to…
Drugs do not interact with receptors or enzymes... Instead their…
physically interere or chemically alter
Enzymes
catalyze nearly every biochemical reaction in a cell
Selective interaction (MOA)
drug-enzyme interaction occurs when drug chemically binds to…
Pathology Test 1
Etiology
Diagnosis
Prognosis
AVG. Life Expectancy
Study of pathogens that cause disease
Recognition of a disease by its outward signs
How disease progresses
Time period in which 50% of a certain population group have d…
Etiology
Study of pathogens that cause disease
Diagnosis
Recognition of a disease by its outward signs
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PATHOLOGY CHAPTER 5 - GASTROINTESTINAL SYSTEM
"Apple core" and "napkin-ring" are com…
__________________ occurs when the two…
___________________ of the small bowel…
______________________ arise from the…
colon
pyloric stenosis
Crohn's disease
Zenker's diverticula
"Apple core" and "napkin-ring" are com…
colon
__________________ occurs when the two…
pyloric stenosis
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Patho Exam 2 last lecture
Serous drainage
Disorders of pleura
Pleuritis (aka: Pleurisy)
Pleural friction rub
-always clear... -lubes tisseus so they don't stick together... -in…
Restrictive:... -pleuritis... -pleural effusion... -pneumothorax
inflammation of pleural space... -viral infection... -pain w/ breat…
high pitched grating sound when breathing
Serous drainage
-always clear... -lubes tisseus so they don't stick together... -in…
Disorders of pleura
Restrictive:... -pleuritis... -pleural effusion... -pneumothorax
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Pathology Chapter 2
the result of an alteration in the env…
severe injury may result in ____ the p…
intact skin or mucosa acts as a what t…
what kills most of the microorganisms…
injury
necrosis
physical barrier
stomach acid
the result of an alteration in the env…
injury
severe injury may result in ____ the p…
necrosis
130 terms
Clin. Path II- Last exam
Name the pork/human tapeworm? (genus a…
Define: Intermediate host vs. Parateni…
What is the name of the pinworm found…
A women brings in tapeworm proglottids…
b) Taenia sodium
c) Paratenic host describes a host that is not necessary for…
c) Oxyuris equi
d) Through eating an intermediate host (rabbit, mouse, etc)
Name the pork/human tapeworm? (genus a…
b) Taenia sodium
Define: Intermediate host vs. Parateni…
c) Paratenic host describes a host that is not necessary for…
106 terms
Pathology
Pathology
Pathophysiology
Disease
Illness
Study of the nature and course of disease and its impact on b…
The study of how normal physiological processes are altered b…
Measured by objective data; significant physiological change;…
Subjective; individuals perception of not feeling well and th…
Pathology
Study of the nature and course of disease and its impact on b…
Pathophysiology
The study of how normal physiological processes are altered b…
Patho Quiz #8 (Yay, last one!)
UTI
Route of infection: ascending
Routes of infection: hematogenous (des…
Mannose-sensitive and mannose-resistance
The presence of microorganisms in the urinary tract that cann…
urethra colonized by bacteria originating from fecal flora as…
dissemination of organisms from a distant primary infection i…
prevent bacteria from being excreted during urination... creates…
UTI
The presence of microorganisms in the urinary tract that cann…
Route of infection: ascending
urethra colonized by bacteria originating from fecal flora as…
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Pathoma Ch 8: Cardiac Pathology
Chest pain with exertion or emotional…
Ischemic insult to cardiac myocytes re…
Describe the pattern of chest pain and…
Stable angina occurs when atherosclero…
Stable Angina
Over 20 minutes
Radiates to left arm or jaw... Diaphoresis... Shortness of breath... R…
70
Chest pain with exertion or emotional…
Stable Angina
Ischemic insult to cardiac myocytes re…
Over 20 minutes
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Pathology (injury)
Elastic region
Non-elastic region
Failure Point
Tensile
Area on the stress-strain curve in which a tissue will deform…
Area on the stress-strain curve in which a tissue will deform…
Point on the stress-strain curve in which a tissue breaks, or…
Type of mechanical stress defined as a "pulling apart" or a p…
Elastic region
Area on the stress-strain curve in which a tissue will deform…
Non-elastic region
Area on the stress-strain curve in which a tissue will deform…
26 terms
Pathology (Chapter 9/Class Review)
Common cold
Sinusitis
Pharyngitis
Deviated septum
*usually will not respond to antibiotics... *caused by over 200…
*affects facial bones, nose, cheeks, eye sockets... *treatment i…
*sore throat... *painful swallowing, irritation
*usually result of trauma... *causes breathing problems... *septal…
Common cold
*usually will not respond to antibiotics... *caused by over 200…
Sinusitis
*affects facial bones, nose, cheeks, eye sockets... *treatment i…
60 terms
Pathology 3 - Bone and Joint Pathologies Quiz 2
Cloaca
Enthesopathy
Hyperuricemia
Involucrum
Hole fomed in the bone during formation of a draining sinus... -…
Inflammation where ligaments attach to bone
increased blood levels of uric acid
assoc. with osteomyelitis... - new bone forms a sheath around ne…
Cloaca
Hole fomed in the bone during formation of a draining sinus... -…
Enthesopathy
Inflammation where ligaments attach to bone
Last Test Patho - Endocrine
where are eicosanoids derived from?
where are receptors located?
the hypo secretion of a hormone will u…
the hyper secretion of a hormone resul…
phospholipids
on the surface of target cells or inside the target cells; re…
increase in number of receipts (gives cells more sensitivity…
reduced number of receptors for that hormone
where are eicosanoids derived from?
phospholipids
where are receptors located?
on the surface of target cells or inside the target cells; re…
146 terms
Clin. Path- Last lecture exam- Dec 7th
What are the 3 lines of defense of the…
What does PMN stand for?
What are 3 examples of Leukocytes?
What are the specific and non-specific…
1- Barriers: Skin, MM, nasal haris, etc.... 2- Innate immune sys…
Polymorphonuclear Granulocytes
Neutrophils, Eosinophils, Basophils
Immunocytic system (specific) and Phagocytic system (non-spec…
What are the 3 lines of defense of the…
1- Barriers: Skin, MM, nasal haris, etc.... 2- Innate immune sys…
What does PMN stand for?
Polymorphonuclear Granulocytes
128 terms
Speech path last exam
The area of the brain that is importan…
Which of the following is important fo…
Damage to this structure's circuitry c…
Vagus Nerve:What is the Roman numeral?
primary motor cortex.
indirect activation pathway/ extrapyramidal system
basal ganglia
x.
The area of the brain that is importan…
primary motor cortex.
Which of the following is important fo…
indirect activation pathway/ extrapyramidal system
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