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77 terms
Systemic Pathology
Pulmonary Emphysema
Pulmonary Emphysema (Pathogenesis)
What kind of emphysema occurs in Cattle?
Bullus emphysema
Secondary disease in animals. Permanent enlargement of air sp…
Involves release of proteases from inflammatory cells.
Interstitial and interlobular emphysema frequently occur due…
Develops with coalescence of foci of interstitial emphysema.…
Pulmonary Emphysema
Secondary disease in animals. Permanent enlargement of air sp…
Pulmonary Emphysema (Pathogenesis)
Involves release of proteases from inflammatory cells.
197 terms
Systemic Pathology of Nervous System
Raised intracranial pressure
Raised intracranial pressure causes:
Consequence of intracranial expanding…
Herniation
- limited potential for expansion, due to the non-yielding na…
focally expanding mass, CSF accumulation, vascular congestion…
1) local deformity, reduced CSF volume and distortion of brai…
1. supracollosal subfalcine (falx cerebri [dural septum]): ci…
Raised intracranial pressure
- limited potential for expansion, due to the non-yielding na…
Raised intracranial pressure causes:
focally expanding mass, CSF accumulation, vascular congestion…
152 terms
Systemic Pathology
Subfalcine / cingulate herniation
Transtentorial herniation
Spina bifida
Anencephaly
Unilateral or asymmetric expansion of a cerebral hemisphere d…
Medial temporal lobe compressed against free margin of tentor…
Failure of closure of posterior neuropore.
Failure of closure of anterior neuropore.
Subfalcine / cingulate herniation
Unilateral or asymmetric expansion of a cerebral hemisphere d…
Transtentorial herniation
Medial temporal lobe compressed against free margin of tentor…
Systemic Pathology-Endocrine Pathology
What does that Adenohypophysis of the…
What does the Neurohypophysis of the P…
What is Acromegaly?
What is Hyperprolactinemia causing?
Growth Hormone and Prolactin, TSH, FSH, LH, ACTH
Vasopressin (ADH), and Oxytocin
Gigantism/somatotrophic (eosinophilic adenoma that causes exc…
Chromophobe Adenoma/ The MC clinical presentation= Amenorrhea…
What does that Adenohypophysis of the…
Growth Hormone and Prolactin, TSH, FSH, LH, ACTH
What does the Neurohypophysis of the P…
Vasopressin (ADH), and Oxytocin
36 terms
Systemic Pathology
what are the elastic layers of the art…
what are the etiologies of pathologica…
what's the difference between inflamma…
what is the first line of defense when…
tunica media and tunica interna
Idiopathic, congenital, inflammation, infection, trauma, tumo…
inflammation can start with or without infection, but it can…
neutrophils
what are the elastic layers of the art…
tunica media and tunica interna
what are the etiologies of pathologica…
Idiopathic, congenital, inflammation, infection, trauma, tumo…
83 terms
Systemic Pathology Quiz 1
3 types of arteriosclerosis
Formation of elevated fibrofatty plaqu…
atheroma
who is atherosclerosis most prevalent…
1. atherosclerosis... 2. arteriolosclerosis ... 3. Monckeberg's Med…
Atherosclerosis
elevated fibrofatty plaques
males and post menopausal females
3 types of arteriosclerosis
1. atherosclerosis... 2. arteriolosclerosis ... 3. Monckeberg's Med…
Formation of elevated fibrofatty plaqu…
Atherosclerosis
15 terms
Systemic Pathology
Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis (JRA)
JRA: s/s
JRA: Treatment
Osteoarthritis
-most common rheumatic disease in children... -inflammation of t…
Systemic: 10-20% of cases... -acute onset, high fevers, rash,…
-pharm management... -PROM and AROM... -positioning... -splinting... -str…
-degeneration of articular cartilage, primarily in WB jts... -su…
Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis (JRA)
-most common rheumatic disease in children... -inflammation of t…
JRA: s/s
Systemic: 10-20% of cases... -acute onset, high fevers, rash,…
199 terms
Systemic pathology
brutons x linked agammaglobulinema
DiGeorge's syndrome
SCID
ataxia- telangiectasia
immunodeficiency disease... b cells don't mature... tyrosine kinase…
immunodeficiency disease... underdeveloped thymus and parathyroi…
x linked... autosomal recessive [adenosine deaminase def]... death…
defective DNA repair... ataxia- uncoordinated gait... telangiectasi…
brutons x linked agammaglobulinema
immunodeficiency disease... b cells don't mature... tyrosine kinase…
DiGeorge's syndrome
immunodeficiency disease... underdeveloped thymus and parathyroi…
172 terms
Systemic Pathology Urinary
Anuria
Azotemia
Bactiuria
BUN or SUN
Lack of urin formation
increased non-protein nitrogenous compounds in the blood= ele…
bacteria in urine
Blood/serum urea nitrogen... - used as an indicator of glomerula…
Anuria
Lack of urin formation
Azotemia
increased non-protein nitrogenous compounds in the blood= ele…
130 terms
Repro systemic Pathology II
what does the mesonephric duct or Wolf…
What does the paramesonephric or mulle…
gonadal sex is controlled by what gene
for male reproductive tract developmen…
vas deferens, seminal vesicles, and epididymis
oviduct, uterus, cervix, and upper part of the vagina
SRY
sertoli cells--mullerian inhibitory factor... interstitial cells…
what does the mesonephric duct or Wolf…
vas deferens, seminal vesicles, and epididymis
What does the paramesonephric or mulle…
oviduct, uterus, cervix, and upper part of the vagina
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Pathology of systemic hypertensions
hypertension
decision to treat
Systemic hypertension: classifications
BP regulation
- line is arbitrary, but sustained rise of over 90 and/or 140…
- based on "absolute risk" - other risk factors of CVD and ev…
Primary (essential) :... - no specific identifiable cause... - can…
1. Cardiac output... * Cardiac factors: stroke vol, HR... * blood…
hypertension
- line is arbitrary, but sustained rise of over 90 and/or 140…
decision to treat
- based on "absolute risk" - other risk factors of CVD and ev…
141 terms
Systemic Pathology
What are the DNA viruses?
What are the Gram (+) positive bacteria?
What are the RNA viruses?
What two DNA viruses do not generate i…
Circoviridae... Herpesviridae... Hepdnaviridae... Adenoviridae... Asfarvi…
Staphylococcus... Streptococcus... Clostridium... Corynebacterium... Rhod…
Rhabdoviridae... Paramyxoviridae
Hepadnaviridae and Asfarviridae
What are the DNA viruses?
Circoviridae... Herpesviridae... Hepdnaviridae... Adenoviridae... Asfarvi…
What are the Gram (+) positive bacteria?
Staphylococcus... Streptococcus... Clostridium... Corynebacterium... Rhod…
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Systemic Pathology-Vascular System
Carcinoma
Sarcoma
Benign tumor
Malignant tumor
origin: epithelial lining... spreads: local, lymph nodes, blood
origin: connective tissues... spreads: local, blood
slow growth, capsulated, has boundaries, creates PRESSURE doe…
fast growing, not capsulated, no boundaries--spider like, spr…
Carcinoma
origin: epithelial lining... spreads: local, lymph nodes, blood
Sarcoma
origin: connective tissues... spreads: local, blood
175 terms
Systemic Pathology: Integumentary System
A superficial infection characterized…
What is the etiology of impetigo?
Which highly contagious, superficial s…
A deep infection of the skin character…
Impetigo
-Streptococci... -Staphylococcus aureus
Impetigo
Cellulitis
A superficial infection characterized…
Impetigo
What is the etiology of impetigo?
-Streptococci... -Staphylococcus aureus
13 terms
Pathology - Skeletal System
Displacement of a bone from its normal…
Bone Fracture inside the skin (Skeleta…
Bone fracture that breaks through the…
Hyper-curvature of the lumbar vertebra…
Dislocation
Simple Fracture
Compound Fracture
Lordosis
Displacement of a bone from its normal…
Dislocation
Bone Fracture inside the skin (Skeleta…
Simple Fracture
71 terms
Systemic Pathology Midterm Questions
1. Which of the followings belongs to…
2. Pathology of hemolytic anemia inclu…
3. Microcytic anemia can be caused by…
4. Normocytic anemia can be caused by…
A. Blood loss ... B. hemolysis ... C. Compromised erythropoiesis ... D…
A. Alternations of RBC membrane (spherocytosis, G6PD deficien…
A. Iron deficiency ... B. Hemoglobin gene mutations (thalassemia…
A. Abnormalities in RBC membrane ... B. Immunohemolytic reaction…
1. Which of the followings belongs to…
A. Blood loss ... B. hemolysis ... C. Compromised erythropoiesis ... D…
2. Pathology of hemolytic anemia inclu…
A. Alternations of RBC membrane (spherocytosis, G6PD deficien…
169 terms
Urinary Pathology: Systemic Pathology Exam 3
Functions of kidney
Major clinicaopathologic syndromes wit…
Name major anatomic structures of the…
what happens with severe glomerular da…
1. Excrete metabolic waste products (urea & creatinine)... 2. Re…
1. chronic kidney disease... 2. acute kidney injury... 3. nephrotic…
1. Glomeruli... 2. Tubules... 3. Interstitium... 4. Vasculature
1. impairs blood flow through peritubular vascular system ... 2.…
Functions of kidney
1. Excrete metabolic waste products (urea & creatinine)... 2. Re…
Major clinicaopathologic syndromes wit…
1. chronic kidney disease... 2. acute kidney injury... 3. nephrotic…
142 terms
system pathology :)
fibromuscular dysplasia --string of be…
renal arterial hyalinosis
skin nodules composed of lapid laden h…
hyaline thickening of vessel wall
hypertension
hypertensive nephropathy
xanthoma--hyperlipidemia
essential hypertension or diabetes
fibromuscular dysplasia --string of be…
hypertension
renal arterial hyalinosis
hypertensive nephropathy
74 terms
Systemic Pathology: Endocrine System
T/F: Pituitary, thyroid, and adrenal g…
A part of the brain that contains a se…
Which structure forms the ventral part…
Which gland secretes releasing hormones?
F (endocrine)
Hypothalamus
Hypothalamus
Hypothalamus
T/F: Pituitary, thyroid, and adrenal g…
F (endocrine)
A part of the brain that contains a se…
Hypothalamus
111 terms
Systemic Pathology: Cardiovascular System
Persistant elevation of diastolic and/…
What values for systolic BP and diasto…
What is normal blood pressure?
Which type of hypertension accounts fo…
Hypertensve Vascular Disease
Systolic: >140 mmHg... Diastolic: >90 mmHg
Systolic: 120... Diastolic: 80
Primary (Idiopathic)
Persistant elevation of diastolic and/…
Hypertensve Vascular Disease
What values for systolic BP and diasto…
Systolic: >140 mmHg... Diastolic: >90 mmHg
159 terms
Pathology of the digestive system
the alimentary tract is typically line…
what is the difference between erosion…
cells that produce enamel
cells that produce dentin
stratified or simple columnar covered in mucous
erosion is necrosis that does NOT full extend through the muc…
ameloblasts
odontoblasts
the alimentary tract is typically line…
stratified or simple columnar covered in mucous
what is the difference between erosion…
erosion is necrosis that does NOT full extend through the muc…
17 terms
Pathology: Urinary System Pathology
Kidney pathology can be recognised by…
What are the 3 main causes of patholog…
what 6 properties of urine are tested…
Haematuria is what?
Changes in the blood or urine
Reduced blood flow... damage to glomerular basement membrane... obs…
Quantity... PH... Glucose... Protein... Blood... Culture
Blood in urine: turns urine brown or red: this can also be ca…
Kidney pathology can be recognised by…
Changes in the blood or urine
What are the 3 main causes of patholog…
Reduced blood flow... damage to glomerular basement membrane... obs…
31 terms
Oral Pathology - Systemic Conditions
The pituitary sits in the:
Reduced function of the pituitary glan…
What is panhypopituitarism?
What is the clinical presentation of p…
Bony sella turcica
Pituitary dwarfism = failure or decreased growth hormone in a…
Deficit of all pituitary hormones (no puberty in this conditi…
Delayed tooth eruption... Face may be smaller in proportion to s…
The pituitary sits in the:
Bony sella turcica
Reduced function of the pituitary glan…
Pituitary dwarfism = failure or decreased growth hormone in a…
121 terms
Systems Pathology
Cheilitis
Stomatitis
Glossitis
Pulpitis
Inflammation of lips
Inflammation of mouth
Inflammation of tongue
Inflammation of dental pulp
Cheilitis
Inflammation of lips
Stomatitis
Inflammation of mouth
22 terms
System Pathology - Vascular Pathology
Atherosclerosis
Monckeberg's medial calcific sclerosis
Hyaline arteriolosclerosis
Hyperplastic arteriolosclerosis
1. Chronic endothelial injury... - Causes endothelial dysfunctio…
Characterized by the accumulation of calcific deposits in the…
Usually in elderly... - Hypertensive (benign)... - Result of prolon…
Associated with acute & severe changes in BP... - e.g., Malignan…
Atherosclerosis
1. Chronic endothelial injury... - Causes endothelial dysfunctio…
Monckeberg's medial calcific sclerosis
Characterized by the accumulation of calcific deposits in the…
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PATHOLOGY OF RESPIRATORY SYSTEM
LESSON 1... Normal Structure and Function
IMPORTANT POINT:
FROM THE OUTSIDE IN....... External nares
Paranasal sinuses
The respiratory system is composed of a... conducting portion an…
airconducting portions different from air-exchange... portions…
- "nose" - leads into nasal cavity where air is warmed and mo…
communicate directly or indirectly with nasal cavity, usually…
LESSON 1... Normal Structure and Function
The respiratory system is composed of a... conducting portion an…
IMPORTANT POINT:
airconducting portions different from air-exchange... portions…
38 terms
Pathology--Pathology of Neurological System
Transient Ischemic Attack (TIA)
Reversible Ischemic Neurologic Deficit
Stroke
Causes of Ischemic stroke
-Mini stroke... -Reversible damage caused by transient thromboem…
"minor stroke" infarct lasting 24-72 hours... -resolves within 3…
-Neurological deficit from infarct lasting beyond 24 hours an…
-Thrombus in brain vessel... -Emoblism... -Systemic hypofusion... -dur…
Transient Ischemic Attack (TIA)
-Mini stroke... -Reversible damage caused by transient thromboem…
Reversible Ischemic Neurologic Deficit
"minor stroke" infarct lasting 24-72 hours... -resolves within 3…
30 terms
Systemic Pathology Slides Final-Awad
Alcoholic Liver Cirrhosis
Budd-Chairi syndrome of the liver
Chronic active hepatitis & cirrhosis
acute fulminant viral hepatitis
Alcoholic Liver Cirrhosis
Budd-Chairi syndrome of the liver
95 terms
Systems Pathology
Cryptorchidism
Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia OR Prosta…
Orchitis
Hydrocele
Failure of testicular descent into the scrotal pouch
Common source of urinary outflow obstruction in males
Complication of post pubertal mumps in boys
Congenital cause of scrotal swelling
Cryptorchidism
Failure of testicular descent into the scrotal pouch
Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia OR Prosta…
Common source of urinary outflow obstruction in males
246 terms
Systemic Pathology spring 2016
name the DNA viruses for the acronym C…
What type of virus is the family Rhabo…
What family of viruses always produce…
what subbfamily of viruses of the fami…
Circo... Herpe... Hepadno-hepatitis... Adeno... Asfaviridae-African horse…
RNA virus, Lyssavirus, intracytoplasmic virus
Paramaxyviridae a RNA virus
Morbillivirus(distemper)-both... Pneumoniaevirus-intracytoplasmi…
name the DNA viruses for the acronym C…
Circo... Herpe... Hepadno-hepatitis... Adeno... Asfaviridae-African horse…
What type of virus is the family Rhabo…
RNA virus, Lyssavirus, intracytoplasmic virus
149 terms
Pathology of systems
Acne
Athletes foot
Basal cell carcinoma
First degree burn
Disease of sebaceous glands characterized by inflamed lessons…
Fungus found between toes
Skin cancer, usually due to sun overexposure
Outer layer of skin
Acne
Disease of sebaceous glands characterized by inflamed lessons…
Athletes foot
Fungus found between toes
30 terms
Pathology of the Integumentary System
Acne Vulgaris
Comedo
Open Comedo, exposed to air and oxidizes
Seborrhea
Pustular eruptions caused by over production of Sebum
Buildup of sebum and keratin in a hair follicle- whitehead
Blackhead
Overactive Sebaceous gland
Acne Vulgaris
Pustular eruptions caused by over production of Sebum
Comedo
Buildup of sebum and keratin in a hair follicle- whitehead
35 terms
Pathology of Endocrine System
Anterior Pituitary Gland
Giantism
Acromegaly
Dwarfism
Contains no neurosecretory cells. Cell bodies start in hypoth…
An abnormal condition characterized by excessive growth of th…
A chronic syndrome of growth hormone excess, most often cause…
A disease caused by hyposecretion of growth hormone during ch…
Anterior Pituitary Gland
Contains no neurosecretory cells. Cell bodies start in hypoth…
Giantism
An abnormal condition characterized by excessive growth of th…
27 terms
Systemic and Tubulointerstitial Pathology
Diabetic Nephropathy
Diabetic Nephropathy Histology
SLE nephritis
Classification of Lupus Nephritis
Path:... -Advanced glycosylation end products (thickened GBM and…
LM: ... -Thickening of GBM... -Expansion of mesangial matrix... -Nodul…
-Circulating immune complex cell (therefore have inflammation…
1) Minimal mesangial lupus... 2) Mesangioproliferative lupus... 3)…
Diabetic Nephropathy
Path:... -Advanced glycosylation end products (thickened GBM and…
Diabetic Nephropathy Histology
LM: ... -Thickening of GBM... -Expansion of mesangial matrix... -Nodul…
30 terms
pathology- pathology of the nervous system
what are the functions of the nervous…
what is the basic neuroanatomy?
what is the brain made up of?
what are meninges?
basic- Sensory Integrative Motor... (mediated by central and per…
CNS:... -brain... -spinal cord
cerebral hemispheres... -grey matter... -white matter... -basal gangli…
membranous coverings of the CNS... protective function and impor…
what are the functions of the nervous…
basic- Sensory Integrative Motor... (mediated by central and per…
what is the basic neuroanatomy?
CNS:... -brain... -spinal cord
164 terms
Systemic Pathology of Nervous System
Raised intracranial pressure
Consequence of intracranial expanding…
Herniation
Brain Swelling
- limited potential for expansion, due to the non-yielding na…
1. local deformity, reduced volume of CSF and distortion of t…
1. supracollosal subfalcine (falx cerebri [dural septum]): ci…
- increase in volume of all or part of the brain... - potential…
Raised intracranial pressure
- limited potential for expansion, due to the non-yielding na…
Consequence of intracranial expanding…
1. local deformity, reduced volume of CSF and distortion of t…
Systems Pathology
what causes Simmond's disease?
Sheehan's Syndrome
pituitary dwarfism
what are the functional anterior pitui…
Sheehans syndrome, nonfunctioning pituitary tumor, pituitary…
post partum pituitary necrosis, faliure of both lactation and…
isolated growth hormone deficiency, congenital diseases due t…
hyperprolactinemia, excessive growth hormone, cushings disease
what causes Simmond's disease?
Sheehans syndrome, nonfunctioning pituitary tumor, pituitary…
Sheehan's Syndrome
post partum pituitary necrosis, faliure of both lactation and…
23 terms
Systemic Pathology - The Breast
Acute Mastitis
Endocrine Disorders
Benign Tumors of the Breast
What types of Malignant Tumors of the…
lactating period when bacteria (staphylococcus aureus) can en…
1. Fibrocystic Disease (Cystic Hyperplasia) of the Breast... 2.…
1. Fibroadenoma... 2. Intraductal Papillomas
1. Infiltrating Ductal adenocarcinoma... 2. Intraductal Carcinom…
Acute Mastitis
lactating period when bacteria (staphylococcus aureus) can en…
Endocrine Disorders
1. Fibrocystic Disease (Cystic Hyperplasia) of the Breast... 2.…
21 terms
Systemic pathology quiz 1
Wegener granulomatosis does not includ…
Polyarteritis nodosa (PAN)should inclu…
Which of the following is a pathologic…
Temporal arteritis (giant cell arterit…
• D. It has significant fibrosis and vessel narrowing
• E. All above
• D. All above
• E. All above
Wegener granulomatosis does not includ…
• D. It has significant fibrosis and vessel narrowing
Polyarteritis nodosa (PAN)should inclu…
• E. All above
205 terms
Systemic Pathologies: GI System
A protrusion of a portion of the stoma…
What are some risk factors for hiatus…
What are some symptoms associated with…
How can hiatus hernia be diagnosed?
Hiatus Hernia
-Age (>50)... -Obesity... -W>M... -Smoking
-Reflux... -Indigestion... -Chest pain... -Bloating... -Belching... -Difficu…
Barium X-ray
A protrusion of a portion of the stoma…
Hiatus Hernia
What are some risk factors for hiatus…
-Age (>50)... -Obesity... -W>M... -Smoking
92 terms
Systems Pathology
Name Cell Adhesion Molecule responsibl…
List 4 Characteristics of acute inflam…
Explain the term Opsonisation
What causes Huntingtons diseases
PECAM-1
Lasts Hours to days, Neutrophil recruitment, may develop over…
Microorganism coated in immunoglobulin/ auto-antibodies/opsin…
Increase in length of CAG trinucleotide repeat in gene encodi…
Name Cell Adhesion Molecule responsibl…
PECAM-1
List 4 Characteristics of acute inflam…
Lasts Hours to days, Neutrophil recruitment, may develop over…
119 terms
Systems Pathology
What receptors does epinephrine act up…
Where/how is epinephrine released?
What is the effect of epinephrine upon…
What is the effect of epinephrine on t…
All types of adrenergic receptors (a1, a2, B1, B2, B3).
Adrenal medulla upon neurological stimulus.
Stronger HB, faster conductivity (increased risk of arrhythmi…
Constriction/dilation in certain areas to disperse blood as i…
What receptors does epinephrine act up…
All types of adrenergic receptors (a1, a2, B1, B2, B3).
Where/how is epinephrine released?
Adrenal medulla upon neurological stimulus.
106 terms
Cardiovascular pathology Systemic path II
Describe the circulation of the heart
Define congestive heart failure
What are 6 compensatory mechanisms of…
Describe how cardiac dilation is a com…
1. Venous blood enters through the vena cava to the right atr…
Cardiac output is less than venous return
Cardiac dilation... Myocardial hypertrophy... Increased heart rate…
allows stretching of the myocardium--> increase in Contractil…
Describe the circulation of the heart
1. Venous blood enters through the vena cava to the right atr…
Define congestive heart failure
Cardiac output is less than venous return
55 terms
Systemic Pathology Final Review Questions
1. The pathology has the following com…
2. The pathology has the following com…
3. The pathology has the following com…
4. The pathology has the following com…
B. Esophageal carcinoma
A. Chronic gastritis
C. Gastric carcinoma
B. Crohn disease
1. The pathology has the following com…
B. Esophageal carcinoma
2. The pathology has the following com…
A. Chronic gastritis
18 terms
Systemic pathology - arteriosclerosis & Tumors
Atherosclerosis=
MCC of atherosclerosis
Hyaline arteriolosclerosis mainly occurs
Hyaline arteriolosclerosis affects
Atheroma = fibrofatty plaques in the tunica intima (endotheli…
Age, Family, ⇑ LDL hypertension, smoking, diabetes, obese, st…
In renal arterioles causing narrowing of the lumen
Intima & media of small arteries
Atherosclerosis=
Atheroma = fibrofatty plaques in the tunica intima (endotheli…
MCC of atherosclerosis
Age, Family, ⇑ LDL hypertension, smoking, diabetes, obese, st…
161 terms
Systemic Pathology - Respiratory
What is the most likely etiology of pn…
How do you treat Streptococcus zooepid…
What is the most likely etiology of pn…
How do you treat Bordatella bronchicep…
Streptococcus zooepidemicus
- Penicillin (most often)... - Macrolides
Bordatella bronchiceptica
- Tetracycline... - 2nd generation or higher cephalosporins... - Am…
What is the most likely etiology of pn…
Streptococcus zooepidemicus
How do you treat Streptococcus zooepid…
- Penicillin (most often)... - Macrolides
110 terms
CNS Systemic Pathology
3 features modifying disease expression
What are the unique cell types of the…
Name the types of glial cells
What is death of neuron or axon accomp…
1. unique cell types... 2. function and location... 3. encasement o…
Neurons... Glia Cells
Microglia... Oligodendricytes... Astrocytes... Ependyma
Demyelinization
3 features modifying disease expression
1. unique cell types... 2. function and location... 3. encasement o…
What are the unique cell types of the…
Neurons... Glia Cells
46 terms
Inflammatory diseases- systemic pathology
Recurrent systemic inflammatory (autoi…
what is the frequency of Rheumatic hea…
What is the etiology of Rheumatic hear…
What is a pathognomic sign of Rheumati…
Rheumatic Heart Disease
occurs mainly in children between ages of 5-15. in the US 5-1…
occurs 2-3 weeks after the group A streptococcus pharyngitis,…
aschoff bodies located in interstitial myocardial connective…
Recurrent systemic inflammatory (autoi…
Rheumatic Heart Disease
what is the frequency of Rheumatic hea…
occurs mainly in children between ages of 5-15. in the US 5-1…
15 terms
The Heart and Systemic disease-Pathology
anti-double DNA antibodies
Heart issues in SLE
straw colored clear fluid
fibrin deposition on pericardial surfa…
definitely Lupus
Pericarditis... Myocarditis... Valvulitis... Premature coronary arte…
serous pericarditis
epicardial surface shows shaggy fibrinous exudate
anti-double DNA antibodies
definitely Lupus
Heart issues in SLE
Pericarditis... Myocarditis... Valvulitis... Premature coronary arte…
74 terms
Systemic pathology - Blood
What white blood disorder decreases th…
What is the most common cause of leuko…
What is the clinical manifestation of…
What types of infections are patients…
Leukopenia
It is associated with infection especially viruses, aplastic…
Fever, chills, malaise, fatigueability
gram negative septicemia
What white blood disorder decreases th…
Leukopenia
What is the most common cause of leuko…
It is associated with infection especially viruses, aplastic…
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