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Mortuary Science - Pathology
Abatement
Abrasion
Abscess
Acapnia
a decrease in, such as in pain.
An excoriation, a circumscribed removal of the epidermis of s…
a circumscribed collection of pus.
a marked decrease in blood carbon dioxide content.
Abatement
a decrease in, such as in pain.
Abrasion
An excoriation, a circumscribed removal of the epidermis of s…
265 terms
Pathology (Seminar: Mortuary Science)
Pathological Anatomy
Gross Pathology
Microscopic (Histopathology)
Surgical pathology
Study of disease
Study of what you can see
Study of what needs a microscope to see
Study of tissues removed from surgery
Pathological Anatomy
Study of disease
Gross Pathology
Study of what you can see
185 terms
Mortuary Science - Pathology
Abatement
Abrasion
Abscess
Acapnia
a decrease in, such as in pain.
An excoriation, a circumscribed removal of the epidermis of s…
a circumscribed collection of pus.
a marked decrease in blood carbon dioxide content.
Abatement
a decrease in, such as in pain.
Abrasion
An excoriation, a circumscribed removal of the epidermis of s…
186 terms
Mortuary Science - Pathology
Abatement
Abrasion
Abscess
Acapnia
a decrease in, such as in pain.
An excoriation, a circumscribed removal of the epidermis of s…
a circumscribed collection of pus.
a marked decrease in blood carbon dioxide content.
Abatement
a decrease in, such as in pain.
Abrasion
An excoriation, a circumscribed removal of the epidermis of s…
185 terms
Mortuary Science - Pathology
Abatement
Abrasion
Abscess
Acapnia
a decrease in, such as in pain.
An excoriation, a circumscribed removal of the epidermis of s…
a circumscribed collection of pus.
a marked decrease in blood carbon dioxide content.
Abatement
a decrease in, such as in pain.
Abrasion
An excoriation, a circumscribed removal of the epidermis of s…
185 terms
Mortuary Science - Pathology
Abatement
Abrasion
Abscess
Acapnia
a decrease in, such as in pain.
An excoriation, a circumscribed removal of the epidermis of s…
a circumscribed collection of pus.
a marked decrease in blood carbon dioxide content.
Abatement
a decrease in, such as in pain.
Abrasion
An excoriation, a circumscribed removal of the epidermis of s…
83 terms
MCC Mortuary Science Pathology 4
rhinitis
sinusitis
pharyngitis
coryza
inflammation of the mucous membrane that lines the nose
inflammation membrane lining of the facial sinuses
inflammation of the pharynx
another term for the common cold is
rhinitis
inflammation of the mucous membrane that lines the nose
sinusitis
inflammation membrane lining of the facial sinuses
97 terms
MCC Mortuary Science Pathology 4
inflammation of the mucous membrane th…
inflammation membrane lining of the fa…
inflammation of the pharynx
another term for the common cold is
rhinitis
sinusitis
pharyngitis
coryza
inflammation of the mucous membrane th…
rhinitis
inflammation membrane lining of the fa…
sinusitis
26 terms
Pathology for Mortuary Science Chapter 1
Pathology
Pathology Anatomy
Gross pathology
Histopathology
Science that deals with the study of disease.
Also known as morbid anatomy, this is the structural changes…
The study of changes in the structure of the body that are re…
Also known as microscopic pathology, this is the study of mic…
Pathology
Science that deals with the study of disease.
Pathology Anatomy
Also known as morbid anatomy, this is the structural changes…
36 terms
Pathology for Mortuary Science Chapter 2
Acquired
Acute
Allergies
Chronic
a condition that presents itself after birth
a disease have a rapid onset and s short duration
having a hypersensitivity to a substance that does not normal…
a disease with a more or less slow onset and long duration cl…
Acquired
a condition that presents itself after birth
Acute
a disease have a rapid onset and s short duration
154 terms
SLCC Pathology for Mortuary Science- FINAL
an investigation into the circumstance…
____ believed in the imbalance of humo…
"Humors" are
Morbid anatomy; study of structural ch…
autopsy
Hippocrates
blood, phlegm, and black or yellow bile
pathological anatomy
an investigation into the circumstance…
autopsy
____ believed in the imbalance of humo…
Hippocrates
85 terms
SLCC Pathology for Mortuary Science- Final
Illnesses for which the causes are unk…
resulting from the adverse activity of…
an infection acquired in a hospital/ h…
abnormally high rate of occurrence in…
idiopathic
iatrogenic
nosocomial
occupational
Illnesses for which the causes are unk…
idiopathic
resulting from the adverse activity of…
iatrogenic
24 terms
Pathology Test 2- KCKCC Mortuary Science
What is the definition of cyst?
What is a Hydrocele?
What is Petechiae?
What is generalized edema called?
sac within or on the body surface containing air fluid.
"water tumor", accumulation of serous fluid in a sac-like cav…
ante-mortem pinpoint size hemorrhage of small capillaries in…
dropsy
What is the definition of cyst?
sac within or on the body surface containing air fluid.
What is a Hydrocele?
"water tumor", accumulation of serous fluid in a sac-like cav…
79 terms
MCC Mortuary Science Pathology Test 3
Heredity , Obesity, Diabetes, and High…
Smoking, Stress, Diet, and Substance a…
Dilatation
Endocarditis
List some predisposing factors in diseases of the heart and b…
List some social factors that contribute to diseases of the h…
This means enlargement of the heart
This means inflammation of the lining of the membrane of the…
Heredity , Obesity, Diabetes, and High…
List some predisposing factors in diseases of the heart and b…
Smoking, Stress, Diet, and Substance a…
List some social factors that contribute to diseases of the h…
97 terms
Pathology Prefixes- J-P, KCKCC Mortuary Science
jugul-
junct-
kines-
labi-(o)
throat
yoke, join
move
lip
jugul-
throat
junct-
yoke, join
94 terms
MCC Mortuary Science Pathology Section 1
Pathology
Gross Pathology
Surgical Pathology
Clinical Pathology
Changes in the body's structure and function during disease.
The study of changes in structure of the body that are readil…
The study of tissue specimens excised surgically in major or…
The organized study of the composition and charecteristics of…
Pathology
Changes in the body's structure and function during disease.
Gross Pathology
The study of changes in structure of the body that are readil…
294 terms
"MCC Mortuary Science Pathology Test 5 Final"
define endometritis
the shared terminal duct of the reprod…
what is endometriosis
define endocervicitis
inflammation of the uterine lining
ureter
a condition where the endometrial tissue is located elsewhere
inflammation of the cervix
define endometritis
inflammation of the uterine lining
the shared terminal duct of the reprod…
ureter
59 terms
MCC Mortuary Science Pathology Test 2
Abnormal accumulation of fluid in the…
What is an old antiquated term for ede…
Abnormal accumulation of fluid in the…
Abnormal accumulation of fluid in the…
Edema
Dropsy
Ascites
Hydrothorax
Abnormal accumulation of fluid in the…
Edema
What is an old antiquated term for ede…
Dropsy
105 terms
Mortuary Science Professional Review Pathology Study Guide
Hardening of arteries due to a buildup…
An increase in the number of blood cel…
An accumulation of fluid in the scrotum
Define anemia.
Arteriosclerosis
Polycythemia a.k.a. Polycythemia vera
Hydrocele
The condition of having a decrease in the quality or quantity…
Hardening of arteries due to a buildup…
Arteriosclerosis
An increase in the number of blood cel…
Polycythemia a.k.a. Polycythemia vera
79 terms
MCC Mortuary Science Pathology Test 3
List some predisposing factors in dise…
List some social factors that contribu…
This means enlargement of the heart
This means inflammation of the lining…
Heredity , Obesity, Diabetes, and High Blood Pressure
Smoking, Stress, Diet, and Substance abuse
Dilatation
Endocarditis
List some predisposing factors in dise…
Heredity , Obesity, Diabetes, and High Blood Pressure
List some social factors that contribu…
Smoking, Stress, Diet, and Substance abuse
94 terms
MCC Mortuary Science Pathology Test 5
define endometritis
the shared terminal duct of the reprod…
what is endometriosis
define endocervicitis
inflammation of the uterine lining
ureter
a condition where the endometrial tissue is located elsewhere
inflammation of the cervix
define endometritis
inflammation of the uterine lining
the shared terminal duct of the reprod…
ureter
59 terms
MCC Mortuary Science Pathology Test 2
Edema
Dropsy
Ascites
Hydrothorax
Abnormal accumulation of fluid in the body cavities, cells, o…
What is an old antiquated term for edema?
Abnormal accumulation of fluid in the abdominal cavity
Abnormal accumulation of fluid in the thoracic cavity is call…
Edema
Abnormal accumulation of fluid in the body cavities, cells, o…
Dropsy
What is an old antiquated term for edema?
94 terms
MCC Mortuary Science Pathology Section 1
Pathology
Gross Pathology
Surgical Pathology
Clinical Pathology
Changes in the body's structure and function during disease.
The study of changes in structure of the body that are readil…
The study of tissue specimens excised surgically in major or…
The organized study of the composition and charecteristics of…
Pathology
Changes in the body's structure and function during disease.
Gross Pathology
The study of changes in structure of the body that are readil…
123 terms
Pathology & Microbiology for Mortuary Science - David Mullins
The four humors.
The study of suffering.
Rule of Nines.
Hypothermia
Blood, phlegm, black bile and yellow bile (serum).
Pathology.
9% Head, Upper extremities each 9%, front torso, 18%, back to…
Body temperature below 80F degrees/27C degrees.
The four humors.
Blood, phlegm, black bile and yellow bile (serum).
The study of suffering.
Pathology.
24 terms
Pathology Test 2- KCKCC Mortuary Science
What is the definition of cyst?
What is a Hydrocele?
What is Petechiae?
What is generalized edema called?
sac within or on the body surface containing air fluid.
"water tumor", accumulation of serous fluid in a sac-like cav…
ante-mortem pinpoint size hemorrhage of small capillaries in…
dropsy
What is the definition of cyst?
sac within or on the body surface containing air fluid.
What is a Hydrocele?
"water tumor", accumulation of serous fluid in a sac-like cav…
24 terms
Pathology and Microbiology for Mortuary Science CH-5
Inflammation
Inflammation purpose
Signs of Inflammation
Causes of inflammation
An immunological defense against injury, infection, or allerg…
A mechanism the body uses to protect itself from invasion by…
Tumor (Swelling)... Calor (Heat)... Rubor (Redness)... Dolor (Pain)... Fu…
Physical irritants, Chemical irritants, infectious agents, or…
Inflammation
An immunological defense against injury, infection, or allerg…
Inflammation purpose
A mechanism the body uses to protect itself from invasion by…
32 terms
Pathology and Microbiology for Mortuary Science CH-11
Rhinitis
Sinusitis
Pharyngitis
Laryngitis
Inflammation of the nasal passages... A term describing the symp…
Inflammation of any or all of the four sinus cavities that th…
Inflammation of the pharynx (throat)
Inflammation of the larynx (voice box)
Rhinitis
Inflammation of the nasal passages... A term describing the symp…
Sinusitis
Inflammation of any or all of the four sinus cavities that th…
26 terms
Pathology and Microbiology for Mortuary Science CH-21
Binary fission
Morphology
Three basic shapes of bacteria
Coccus
Also known as simple transverse fission. A method of asexual…
Bacteria refers to their size, shape and arrangements.
Sphere ... Rod... Spiral
Those bacteria shaped like a sphere
Binary fission
Also known as simple transverse fission. A method of asexual…
Morphology
Bacteria refers to their size, shape and arrangements.
39 terms
Pathology and Microbiology for Mortuary Science CH-28
Dermatomycosis
Subcutaneous
Dermatomycoses
Tinea capitis
Affect the skin
Beneath the skin
A wide variety of fungi that can infect the integumentary sys…
Ringworm of the scalp
Dermatomycosis
Affect the skin
Subcutaneous
Beneath the skin
40 terms
Pathology and Microbiology for Mortuary Science CH-13
Components of the nervous system
Meninges
Meningitis
Characteristics of meningitis
CNS: Brain and spinal cord... PNS: Spinal nerves (31 pair) and c…
Protect the brain and spinal cord/ ... Consist of three layers... T…
An infection of the cerebralspinal fluid, which is the fluid…
Stiff neck, headache and high fever. ... Symptoms are nausea, vo…
Components of the nervous system
CNS: Brain and spinal cord... PNS: Spinal nerves (31 pair) and c…
Meninges
Protect the brain and spinal cord/ ... Consist of three layers... T…
24 terms
Pathology and Microbiology for Mortuary Science CH-14
Endometritis
Endocervicitis
Salpingitis
Oophoritis
Inflammation of the lining of the uterus due to bacterial inf…
Inflammation of the uterus and the cervix
Inflammation of the fallopian (uterine) tube
Inflammation of the ovary
Endometritis
Inflammation of the lining of the uterus due to bacterial inf…
Endocervicitis
Inflammation of the uterus and the cervix
40 terms
Pathology and Microbiology for Mortuary Science CH-6
Edema (Dropsy)
Four primary causes of edema
Anasarca
Ascites
Local or generalized condition in which the body tissue conta…
Increased permeability of capillary calls... Increased capillary…
Severe, generalized edema
Accumulation of fluid in the abdomen. May be caused by interf…
Edema (Dropsy)
Local or generalized condition in which the body tissue conta…
Four primary causes of edema
Increased permeability of capillary calls... Increased capillary…
11 terms
Pathology and Microbiology for Mortuary Science CH-15
Orchitis
Prostatitis
Hydrocele
Cryptorchidsm
Inflammatory reaction in the testicle, occurring in boys unde…
Inflammation of the prostate gland, and it can refer to four…
The collection of edematous fluid in the scrotum ... -Mostly con…
The failure of the testicles to descend from its intra-abdomi…
Orchitis
Inflammatory reaction in the testicle, occurring in boys unde…
Prostatitis
Inflammation of the prostate gland, and it can refer to four…
16 terms
Pathology and Microbiology for Mortuary Science CH-8
Leukocytosis
Causes of Leukocytosis
Leukopenia
Anemia
An increase in the number of white blood cells in the blood.…
Hemorrhage... Extensive surgeries... Coronary occlusions ... Cancer... Pr…
A disease condition which there are a decreased number of whi…
A blood disorder in which the capacity of the blood to transp…
Leukocytosis
An increase in the number of white blood cells in the blood.…
Causes of Leukocytosis
Hemorrhage... Extensive surgeries... Coronary occlusions ... Cancer... Pr…
38 terms
Pathology and Microbiology for Mortuary Science CH-9
Predisposing factors for cardiovascula…
Congestive Heart Failure
Right-sided heart failure
Left-sided heart failure
High blood pressure ... Drug abuse ... High cholesterol level... Tobac…
A common cause of death listed by physicians on death certifi…
Leads to anasarca, which is severe generalized edema, especia…
Causes the development of pulmonary edema in the chest becaus…
Predisposing factors for cardiovascula…
High blood pressure ... Drug abuse ... High cholesterol level... Tobac…
Congestive Heart Failure
A common cause of death listed by physicians on death certifi…
36 terms
Pathology and Microbiology for Mortuary Science CH-16
Osteoporosis
Type II osteoporosis
Type I osteoporosis
Osteomyelitis
Loss of bone mass that occurs throughout the skeleton, result…
Used to be known as senile osteoporosis, which is caused by a…
A disorder primarily affecting postmenopausal woman, but it a…
An inflammatory disease of the bone and the bone marrow resul…
Osteoporosis
Loss of bone mass that occurs throughout the skeleton, result…
Type II osteoporosis
Used to be known as senile osteoporosis, which is caused by a…
39 terms
Pathology and Microbiology for Mortuary Science CH-2
Infection
Deficiency
Hereditary
Diagnosis
The state of condition in which the body or a part of it is i…
A lack of dietary or metabolic substance that and lead to dis…
Disease is one based on genetic characteristics transmitted f…
The recognition of the nature of a particular disease. In lay…
Infection
The state of condition in which the body or a part of it is i…
Deficiency
A lack of dietary or metabolic substance that and lead to dis…
21 terms
Pathology and Microbiology for Mortuary Science CH-4
Spina Bifida
Myelomeningocele
Meningoele
Occulta
Structural abnormality that results in the failure of the fet…
The most severe form of spina bifida and characterized by the…
Occurs when the spinal cord develops normally but the meninge…
The least severe form, in which one or more vertebrae are mal…
Spina Bifida
Structural abnormality that results in the failure of the fet…
Myelomeningocele
The most severe form of spina bifida and characterized by the…
17 terms
Pathology and Microbiology for Mortuary Science CH-1
Rudolph Virchow
Pathology
Pathological anatomy
Gross pathology
Father of pathology
The study of structural and functional changes that result fo…
Also known as morbid anatomy, this is the study of structural…
The study of changes in the structure of the body that are re…
Rudolph Virchow
Father of pathology
Pathology
The study of structural and functional changes that result fo…
29 terms
Pathology and Microbiology for Mortuary Science CH-17
Diabetes mellitus
Diabetes mellitus (Type I)
Diabetes mellitus (Type II)
Polyuria
...
Insulin dependent diabetes
Non-insulin-dependent diabetes
Excessive urination
Diabetes mellitus
...
Diabetes mellitus (Type I)
Insulin dependent diabetes
49 terms
Pathology and Microbiology for Mortuary Science CH-10
Contents of the Alimentary canal
Contents of the Accessory digestive or…
Sphincters
Wall of the GI tract
Mouth, Pharynx, Esophagus, Stomach, Small intestine, Large in…
Teeth, Tongue, Salivary glands, Gallbladder, Liver, and Pancr…
Protect from reflux and control emptying ... -Gastroesophageal…
Mucosa (Mucosa epithelium) ... Submucosa (Small intestines)... Musc…
Contents of the Alimentary canal
Mouth, Pharynx, Esophagus, Stomach, Small intestine, Large in…
Contents of the Accessory digestive or…
Teeth, Tongue, Salivary glands, Gallbladder, Liver, and Pancr…
22 terms
Pathology and Microbiology for Mortuary Science CH-12
Nitrogen
Uremia
Brights Disease
Glomerulonephritis
A colorless and odorless, adnd is generally considered an ine…
A toxic condition caused by retention in the blood of nitroge…
Antiquated name for kidney disease in general... Richard Bright
Microbial inflammation of the glomerulus and nephron ... Acute…
Nitrogen
A colorless and odorless, adnd is generally considered an ine…
Uremia
A toxic condition caused by retention in the blood of nitroge…
31 terms
Pathology and Microbiology for Mortuary Science CH-7
Neoplasia
Oncology
Benign
Malignant
New growth
The study of tumors, or neoplasms
Those tumors that are non-cancerous. May be referred to as no…
Tumors that are known as cancers. Derived from the Latin word…
Neoplasia
New growth
Oncology
The study of tumors, or neoplasms
41 terms
Pathology and Microbiology for Mortuary Science CH-3
Degeneration
Hypoxia
Osmotic pressure
Isotonic
The deterioration of tissues with corresponding functional im…
The loss of oxygen in a cell
The pressure that develops when two solutions of different co…
Solutions exerting the same osmotic pressure as that within t…
Degeneration
The deterioration of tissues with corresponding functional im…
Hypoxia
The loss of oxygen in a cell
25 terms
Pathology for Mortuary Science Chapter 3 and 4
Amyloid
Atrophy
Calcification
Caseous
is a waxy, translucent, complex protein that resembles starch
is the shrinkage in the size of the cell by the loss of cell…
implies the depositing of calcium salts, magnesium, iron, and…
is a distinct form of necrosis present in cases of tuberculos…
Amyloid
is a waxy, translucent, complex protein that resembles starch
Atrophy
is the shrinkage in the size of the cell by the loss of cell…
129 terms
Pathology and Microbiology for Mortuary Science - Terms - Midterm
Adhesion
Aneurysm
angina
Appendicitis
part of the healing process after injury or post operation. I…
the abnormal enlargement or bulging of an artery caused by da…
Chest pain due to lack of oxygenation of the heart muscle res…
Idiopathic Inflammation of the appendix / most common in peop…
Adhesion
part of the healing process after injury or post operation. I…
Aneurysm
the abnormal enlargement or bulging of an artery caused by da…
97 terms
Pathology for Mortuary Science - Chapters 1-3
Hippocrates
Virchow, Rudolph
Three categories of death causes
Pathology
Developed the Hippocratic approach to the study of disease. F…
Believed that disease was due to one diseased cell creating a…
1. death due to disease causing microorganisms - AIDS, flu... 2.…
The study (logos) of suffering (pathos)
Hippocrates
Developed the Hippocratic approach to the study of disease. F…
Virchow, Rudolph
Believed that disease was due to one diseased cell creating a…
28 terms
Pathology and Microbiology for Mortuary Science CH-22
Chemical requirements
Physical requirements
Two groups of organisms based on sourc…
Autotrophic
Carbon... Oxygen... Nitrogen... Sulfur... Other
Temperature... Light... pH... Osmotic pressure
Autotrophs... Heterotrophs
Self-nourishing bacteria capable of growing in the absence of…
Chemical requirements
Carbon... Oxygen... Nitrogen... Sulfur... Other
Physical requirements
Temperature... Light... pH... Osmotic pressure
17 terms
Pathology and Microbiology for Mortuary Science CH-20
Prokaryotes
Eukaryotes
Kingdoms
Five important of microbiology
Means "Before nucleus". The DNA floats freely ... Bacteria and a…
Means "True nucleus" . The DNA is held within the nucleus. Th…
Monera (Prokaryotae) ... Protista ... Fungi... Plantae... Animalia
Bacteriology ... Rickettsiology... Virology ... Protozoology ... Mycology
Prokaryotes
Means "Before nucleus". The DNA floats freely ... Bacteria and a…
Eukaryotes
Means "True nucleus" . The DNA is held within the nucleus. Th…
93 terms
Pathology and Microbiology for Mortuary Science Ch. 9 & 10
Acute
Aneurysm
Arrhythmia
Arteritis
Short Term; Severe, Intense; Symptoms are pronounced
the abnormal enlargement or bulging of an artery caused by da…
Loss of the normal beating rhythm of the heart
Idiopathic inflammatory disease that affects the arteries
Acute
Short Term; Severe, Intense; Symptoms are pronounced
Aneurysm
the abnormal enlargement or bulging of an artery caused by da…
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