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16 terms
Patho: Ch 1: Intro to Disease
Some athletes may develop abnormally h…
A skin rash is an example of a ... a. sig…
A _________ disease has a sudden onset…
The cause of disease is known as its... a…
increased cardio efficiency - more rbcs but heart can handle…
a. sign
a. acute
d. etiology
Some athletes may develop abnormally h…
increased cardio efficiency - more rbcs but heart can handle…
A skin rash is an example of a ... a. sig…
a. sign
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Patho: Ch 2: Immunity and the Lymphatic System
Passive immunity is achieved artificia…
Long-lived lymphocytes, which remain d…
Defense against antigens via antibodie…
Which of the following agents is/are c…
a. preformed antibodies
d. memory lymphocytes
a. humoral immunity
d. all of the above
Passive immunity is achieved artificia…
a. preformed antibodies
Long-lived lymphocytes, which remain d…
d. memory lymphocytes
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PT 821 burn pathology related to rehab
Mortality and survival of burns
Integumentary System problems and effe…
Respiratory system problems and effect…
Cardiovascular system and edema format…
LD50-85% tbsa burn overall >90% in children... survival and disc…
1) hypertrophic and keloid scars-genetic disposition to devel…
Inhalation injury-major cause of burn death today(need to rep…
Physiology of fluid balance... 1) Body weight 30% solid and 70%…
Mortality and survival of burns
LD50-85% tbsa burn overall >90% in children... survival and disc…
Integumentary System problems and effe…
1) hypertrophic and keloid scars-genetic disposition to devel…
Pathology for Rehab
Decubitus ulcers
Decubitus ulcer
Decubitus ulcer ... (4 stages)
Risk factors (decubitus ulcers)
Lesions of the skin caused by unrelieved pressure that impair…
Increased platelet aggregation in endothelial cells lining th…
Stage 1 - skin intact , red area ... Stage 2 - opening in skin ,…
-immobilization ... -sensory loss... -urinary & fecal incontinence…
Decubitus ulcers
Lesions of the skin caused by unrelieved pressure that impair…
Decubitus ulcer
Increased platelet aggregation in endothelial cells lining th…
82 terms
Pathophysiology of Pain
Chronic pain is the leading cause of d…
Definition of Pain (American Pain Soci…
Definition of Pain (Margo McCaffery)
Pain's multi-dimensional components
US and the most common reason patients see a primary care phy…
Pain is an unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associ…
Pain is whatever the experiencing person says it is, existing…
1) Sensory-discriminatory... 2) Motivational-affective... 3) Cognit…
Chronic pain is the leading cause of d…
US and the most common reason patients see a primary care phy…
Definition of Pain (American Pain Soci…
Pain is an unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associ…
Pathophysiology Concepts
Etiology
Risk Factors
Pathogenesis
Clinical Manifestations
Study of causes/reasons for phenomena
Attribute, characteristic, or exposure that increases the lik…
Development/evolution of disease from birth to death
Signs & symptoms... Signs: objective... Symptoms: subjective
Etiology
Study of causes/reasons for phenomena
Risk Factors
Attribute, characteristic, or exposure that increases the lik…
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PATHOPHYSIOLOGY: NEURO
MENINGITIS
MENINGITIS
INFECTION CONTROL
ENCEPHALITIS
PHOTOPHOBIA, STIFF/PAINFUL NECK, LUMBAR-POSTERIOR LEG, AND IR…
INFLAMMATION OF MENINGES: BRAIN AND SPINAL CORD. VIRAL MOST C…
WHEN TREATING INFECTIOUS DISORDERS, WHAT MUST BE STRICTLY ADH…
INFLAMMATION - BRAIN - DESTRUCTION OF GRAY MATTER.... VIRAL: MOS…
MENINGITIS
PHOTOPHOBIA, STIFF/PAINFUL NECK, LUMBAR-POSTERIOR LEG, AND IR…
MENINGITIS
INFLAMMATION OF MENINGES: BRAIN AND SPINAL CORD. VIRAL MOST C…
175 terms
Pathology Final
Commotio Cortis
Cardiac Tamponade
What is the most frequently injured or…
Subscapular hematoma is referring to w…
blunt non-penetrating impact to the chest. Sports, young athl…
Rupture of the heart that can lead to blood in pericardium
The liver (also largest)
Blood accumulates in the capsule. HELLP syndrome
Commotio Cortis
blunt non-penetrating impact to the chest. Sports, young athl…
Cardiac Tamponade
Rupture of the heart that can lead to blood in pericardium
12 terms
Cranial Nerves
Olfactory (I)
Optic (II)
Oculomotor (III)
Trochlear (IV)
Sense of Smell (Special Sensory Visceral)
Vision (Special Somatic Sensory)
Three Rectus Muscles (Superior, Medial, Inferior) of the Eye,…
Superior Oblique Muscle (Somatic Motor)
Olfactory (I)
Sense of Smell (Special Sensory Visceral)
Optic (II)
Vision (Special Somatic Sensory)
26 terms
Pathophysiology
Health
Wellness model
biomedical model
disease
a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being, a…
energy and vitality for life. includes awareness, education a…
signs, symptoms and disability leads to premature death
biological or psychological alteration that results in malfun…
Health
a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being, a…
Wellness model
energy and vitality for life. includes awareness, education a…
28 terms
PTA 202 - Burns
Normal Integumentary
Burn
Pathophysiology of burns
Types of Burns
- Skin composed of epidermis and dermis and supported by subc…
Tissue injury or destruction resulting from thermal, chemical…
1. Zone of Coagulation - Cells irreversibly injured, cell d…
1. Thermal - from conduction/convection (hot object, liquid…
Normal Integumentary
- Skin composed of epidermis and dermis and supported by subc…
Burn
Tissue injury or destruction resulting from thermal, chemical…
229 terms
Pathophysiology Exam 1
wellness
health
health
health
high level wellness for the individual is an integrated metho…
absence of illness
state of complete physical, mental, and social wellbeing and…
bodily and emotional conditions which support or complement t…
wellness
high level wellness for the individual is an integrated metho…
health
absence of illness
45 terms
Patho Ch. 4 Respiratory Pathologies
General Signs & Symptoms of Pulmonary…
cough
dyspnea
cyanosis
cough, dyspnea, cyanosis, chest pain, chest shape and reduced…
basic protective system of explosive exhalation to attempt to…
shortness of breath
blue tinge of the skin
General Signs & Symptoms of Pulmonary…
cough, dyspnea, cyanosis, chest pain, chest shape and reduced…
cough
basic protective system of explosive exhalation to attempt to…
175 terms
Intro to Pathophysiology
Pathology
Pathophysiology
Pathogen
What does the normal distribution curv…
The study of cells or tissues & their changes due to disease
The study of abnormalities in physiology as a result of disease
Microorganism that causes disease
Degree of abnormality
Pathology
The study of cells or tissues & their changes due to disease
Pathophysiology
The study of abnormalities in physiology as a result of disease
61 terms
Pathophysiology and Pharmacology Unit 1
What is Pathophysiology?
pathology
physiology
Prevention: Primary
a science that provides understanding of disease mechanism an…
study of disease
study of functions of living organism
health promotion and protection to reduce/prevent incidence o…
What is Pathophysiology?
a science that provides understanding of disease mechanism an…
pathology
study of disease
36 terms
Pathophysicology Unit 1
pathology
physiology
pathophysiology
etiology
study and diagnosis of a disease
study of function of organisms
study of abnormalities of functions in living things
cause or reason for a disease
pathology
study and diagnosis of a disease
physiology
study of function of organisms
Lumbar spine DISC anatomy, pathophysiology and pathologies
How do we anotate the IVDs?
What changes related to age occur in t…
What are the risk factors for Degenera…
What is important to consider about De…
IVD #1 = Between VB L1 and L2... at the level of the Z joint or…
1. vertebral body chnages ... - DECREASE IN HEIGHT because the…
is an abnormal accelrated form of pathological aging... - poor g…
Trauma: from fall on buttock, lifting something heavy or micr…
How do we anotate the IVDs?
IVD #1 = Between VB L1 and L2... at the level of the Z joint or…
What changes related to age occur in t…
1. vertebral body chnages ... - DECREASE IN HEIGHT because the…
57 terms
Lecture 1: Intro to Pathophysiology
Greek Path means what?
What is pathophysiology?
When does disease happen?
What is pathogenesis?
Suffering and Disease
the study of changes of normal,mechanical,physical and bioche…
when homeostasis is not maintained and there is a disruption…
the development of a disease- the beginning of the disease
Greek Path means what?
Suffering and Disease
What is pathophysiology?
the study of changes of normal,mechanical,physical and bioche…
Patho Unit 1
Three Definitions of Health
Wellness
Homeostasis
Abnormal function: Pathology
1. Absence of illness... 2. A state of complete physical, mental…
High level wellness for the individuals is an integrated meth…
Maintenance of a stable internal environment; dynamic equilib…
Study of structural alterations in cells, tissues, and organs…
Three Definitions of Health
1. Absence of illness... 2. A state of complete physical, mental…
Wellness
High level wellness for the individuals is an integrated meth…
15 terms
Intro
disease
pathophysiology
etiology
types of etiology
interruption, cessation or disorder of an organ or body syste…
deals with the cellular and organ changes that occur with dis…
cause of disease
biologic, physical forces, chemical agents, genetic disorders…
disease
interruption, cessation or disorder of an organ or body syste…
pathophysiology
deals with the cellular and organ changes that occur with dis…
Spine Pathology
What is the position of symptom relief…
How many acute injuries resolve in 1 m…
True/False - the degree of disability…
What are the red flag conditions?
Position of bias
80-90%
False (Due to the psychological, economical, and sociological…
Recent trauma where spinal fracture or instabilities has not…
What is the position of symptom relief…
Position of bias
How many acute injuries resolve in 1 m…
80-90%
39 terms
Patho Lecture 1
Pathophysiology
Pathology
Disease
Pathogensis
the study of the functional changes that occur in the body as…
Changes in cells and tissues as a result of injury or disease
Functional impairment of cells, tissues, organs, or organ sys…
Origin and development of a disease
Pathophysiology
the study of the functional changes that occur in the body as…
Pathology
Changes in cells and tissues as a result of injury or disease
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
ALS
ALS terms
Pathophysiology of ALS
Diagnosis of ALS
"Lou Gehrig's Disease" ... Characterized by a progressive degen…
Amyotrophic: refers to the atrophy of the muscle fibers which…
Progressive degeneration of UMNs in the cortex, corticospinal…
Requires the presence of:... 1. signs of LMN degeneration ... 2.…
ALS
"Lou Gehrig's Disease" ... Characterized by a progressive degen…
ALS terms
Amyotrophic: refers to the atrophy of the muscle fibers which…
15 terms
Lecture 1: Disablement Models & Self Awareness (Ch. 1 & 2)
Nagi Scheme: Active Pathology
Nagi Scheme: Impairment
Nagi Scheme: Functional Limitation
Nagi Scheme: Disability
Interruption or interference with normal processes and effort…
Anatomical, physiological, mental, or emotional abnormalities…
Limitation in performance at the level of the whole organism…
Limitation in performance of socially defined roles and tasks…
Nagi Scheme: Active Pathology
Interruption or interference with normal processes and effort…
Nagi Scheme: Impairment
Anatomical, physiological, mental, or emotional abnormalities…
Pathophysiology Chapter #4 Terms
Pathology
Physiology
Pathophysiology
Etiology Factors (Causes of the Disease)
from the Greek pathos, meaning "disease") deals with the stud…
deals with the function of the human body
deals with the cellular and organ changes and the effect that…
1.Biologic Agents-Bacteria, viruses... 2.Physical Forces-Trauma,…
Pathology
from the Greek pathos, meaning "disease") deals with the stud…
Physiology
deals with the function of the human body
31 terms
Unit 1 Patho- INTRO
pathogenesis
clinical manifestations
latent period
Etiology
development of disease from initial stimulus to ultimate expr…
symptoms/subjective feeling of abnormality in body... signs-obje…
-time between tissue's exposure to injurious agent and first…
study of causes/reasons for phenomena... ID's causal factors tha…
pathogenesis
development of disease from initial stimulus to ultimate expr…
clinical manifestations
symptoms/subjective feeling of abnormality in body... signs-obje…
89 terms
Patho Chapter 1
Pathophysiology
Pathology
Biopsy
diagnosis
study of abnormalities in physiology as a result of disease
study of cell/tissues changes due to disease
excision and then examination of tissue for signs of disease
identification of disease
Pathophysiology
study of abnormalities in physiology as a result of disease
Pathology
study of cell/tissues changes due to disease
47 terms
3/3/16 First Chapter in Patho
Physiology
Pathophysiology
Homeostasis
Etilogy
processes or mechanisms operating within a normal state.
conditions typically observed during a disease state
stable/same
Cause of disease
Physiology
processes or mechanisms operating within a normal state.
Pathophysiology
conditions typically observed during a disease state
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Soft Tissue Biomechanics
Flexibility
Static Flexibility
Dynamic Flexibility
Importance of Flexibility
ROM available in a joint or a series of joints. "total flexib…
Measured ROM available about a joint or series of joints. Lim…
Measure of Resistance to active motion about a joint or serie…
1. Accommodates Stress 2. Dissipate forces/impact 3. Improves…
Flexibility
ROM available in a joint or a series of joints. "total flexib…
Static Flexibility
Measured ROM available about a joint or series of joints. Lim…
Lecture 1 Objectives
Health
Disease
Illness
Acute Disease
a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being ~…
biological or psychological alteration that results in a malf…
real or perceived deviation from a healthy state ~ broader co…
rap onset, short in duration (a few days to a week), full rec…
Health
a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being ~…
Disease
biological or psychological alteration that results in a malf…
45 terms
PTA110 - Patient care skills
National Center for Medical Rehab & Re…
Societal limitations
Functional limitations
Health Insurance Portability and Accou…
Presents a disablement model derived from both the Nagi and t…
replacing the term handicap, which has potential negative con…
defined as the "restriction or lack of ability to perform an…
established national standards for the privacy and security o…
National Center for Medical Rehab & Re…
Presents a disablement model derived from both the Nagi and t…
Societal limitations
replacing the term handicap, which has potential negative con…
133 terms
Pathology Test 1
etiology
pathogenesis
clinicial manifestations
iatrogenic
cause or reason for phenomena// identification of causal fact…
development of disease in cells, tissues and organs/ from ini…
signs of the disease
cause a result of unintended or unwanted medical treatment
etiology
cause or reason for phenomena// identification of causal fact…
pathogenesis
development of disease in cells, tissues and organs/ from ini…
47 terms
CH 1 & 2
pathophysiology
disease
idiopathic
iatrogenic
the study of the disorder or breakdown of the human body's fu…
occurs when there is a disruption in homeostasis or deviation…
unknown
unintended affect of something we do (side effects)
pathophysiology
the study of the disorder or breakdown of the human body's fu…
disease
occurs when there is a disruption in homeostasis or deviation…
16 terms
Inflammatory Diseases (Arthritis)
Arthritis Definition
Acute-Systemic Types
Rheumatoid Arthritis
Pathology of Rheumatoid Arthritis ... St…
A local or systemic disease that brings on an acute or chroni…
- Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA)... - Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis…
A chronic, inflammatory, systemic disease of unknown origin,…
1: Synovitis - synovial membrane becomes thickened and inflam…
Arthritis Definition
A local or systemic disease that brings on an acute or chroni…
Acute-Systemic Types
- Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA)... - Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis…
200 terms
medterm 230: chapter 2
epidemiology
etiology
idiopathic
index case
study of disease occurrence and distribution
study of the cause and course of disease development
disease or condition that arises for which there is no known…
first documented person identified with a particular disease
epidemiology
study of disease occurrence and distribution
etiology
study of the cause and course of disease development
Pathophys Lecture 1
disease
illness
health
acute disease/illness
biological or psychological allegation that results in malfun…
real or perceived deception fro ma healthy state' perception…
"a resource for every day life"... ability and desire to do wha…
rapid onset, short duration; usually self limiting or respond…
disease
biological or psychological allegation that results in malfun…
illness
real or perceived deception fro ma healthy state' perception…
69 terms
Patho 1
Study of the functional or physiologic…
state of complete physical, mental and…
deviation from the normal state of hea…
develops when there's a disruption of…
pathophysiology
health
disease
disease
Study of the functional or physiologic…
pathophysiology
state of complete physical, mental and…
health
29 terms
Patho midterm - screening
not limited to the first contact or po…
trying to see if there are other issue…
always have to be mindful of
the idea that patients that are admitt…
primary care
medical screening
red and yellow flags
quicker and sicker
not limited to the first contact or po…
primary care
trying to see if there are other issue…
medical screening
Disorders of Cardiac Function
Do the coronary arteries fill during d…
How much O2 does the heart muscle take…
Two branches of coronary artery disease
Angina
Diastole
60-80%
Chronic ischemic heart disease... acute coronary syndrome
chest pain... pressure ... myocardial ischemia/infarction
Do the coronary arteries fill during d…
Diastole
How much O2 does the heart muscle take…
60-80%
82 terms
patho exam 1
health
Wellness
Healthy People 2020
Homeostatsis
-absence of illness... -a state of complete physical,mental,soci…
-integrated level of functioning that is oriented towards max…
-10 year plan to identify nationwide health improvement prior…
maintenance of a stable internal enviornment; dynamic equilib…
health
-absence of illness... -a state of complete physical,mental,soci…
Wellness
-integrated level of functioning that is oriented towards max…
49 terms
WEEK 1
4 components of pathophysiology
etiology
idiopathic
iatrogenic
1. etiology... 2. pathogenesis... 3. clinical manifestation... 4. trea…
the cause, set of causes, or manner of causation of a disease…
(etiology) cause unknown
(etiology) of or relating to illness caused by medical examin…
4 components of pathophysiology
1. etiology... 2. pathogenesis... 3. clinical manifestation... 4. trea…
etiology
the cause, set of causes, or manner of causation of a disease…
21 terms
Introduction to concepts of pathophysiology (Exam #1)
What is pathology?
What is clinical pathology?
What is pathogenesis?
What is illness?
The branch of medicine that investigates the essential nature…
Pathology applied to the solution of clinical problems
The development of unhealthy conditions or disease
Sickness or deviation from a healthy state... -The perception an…
What is pathology?
The branch of medicine that investigates the essential nature…
What is clinical pathology?
Pathology applied to the solution of clinical problems
Test 1
Pathology
Pathogenesis
Clinical Pathology
Nagi Disablement Model
branch of medicine that investigates the essential nature of…
development of unhealthy conditions or disease... more specifica…
pathology applied to the solution of clinical problems... especi…
1. Disease/Pathology... 2. Impairments... 3. Functional Limitations…
Pathology
branch of medicine that investigates the essential nature of…
Pathogenesis
development of unhealthy conditions or disease... more specifica…
115 terms
Anatomy Chapter 1
anatomy
physiology
A.S. embryology
A.S. dev. bio
science of body structures and relationships
the study of the functions of the body
first 8 weeks after fertilizaiton
complete dev from fertilization to death
anatomy
science of body structures and relationships
physiology
the study of the functions of the body
34 terms
Patho: Elbow L01
APTA patient management model
exam techniques are predicated upon
lateral epicondylitis
lateral epicondylosus
- examination... - evaluation... - diagnosis... - prognosis... - interven…
- clusters of s/s... - critical pathways... - clinical practice gui…
acute inflammation of the tendon with inflammatory cells
non-inflammatory necrotic tissue
APTA patient management model
- examination... - evaluation... - diagnosis... - prognosis... - interven…
exam techniques are predicated upon
- clusters of s/s... - critical pathways... - clinical practice gui…
85 terms
Module Two
pathophysiology
pathology
physiology
primary prevention
a science that provides understanding of disease mechanisms a…
study of disease
study of functions of living organisms
health promotion and protection to reduce/prevent incidence o…
pathophysiology
a science that provides understanding of disease mechanisms a…
pathology
study of disease
66 terms
HMKN 335
Pathophysiology
Pathology
False positives
False negative
Study of abnormalities in physiology as a result of disease
study of cells/tissue changes due to disease
says you have it but you don't
says you don't have it but you do
Pathophysiology
Study of abnormalities in physiology as a result of disease
Pathology
study of cells/tissue changes due to disease
51 terms
Patho Exam I (pt. 1)
Pathophysiology
Pathogenesis
Histology
Morphology
Physiology of altered health; study of structural & functiona…
Cellular pathology; types: morphology, histology
Microscopic appearance of cells
Gross appearance of cells
Pathophysiology
Physiology of altered health; study of structural & functiona…
Pathogenesis
Cellular pathology; types: morphology, histology
Module 2
Pathophysiology
Pathology
Physiology
Primary prevention
science that provides understanding of disease mechanisms and…
study of disease
study of functions of living organisms
health promotion and protection to reduce/prevent incidence o…
Pathophysiology
science that provides understanding of disease mechanisms and…
Pathology
study of disease
Arthritis
Acute-Systemic Types
Degenerative-Local Type
Goals for Rehab for ALL
RA
Rheumatoid RA... Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis JRA... Ankylosing Sp…
Osteoarthritis
Prevent deformity - splints, motion, etc.... Correct deformity -…
Chronic, inflammatory, systemic disease of unknown origin. Ch…
Acute-Systemic Types
Rheumatoid RA... Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis JRA... Ankylosing Sp…
Degenerative-Local Type
Osteoarthritis
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