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64 terms
congenital metabolic diseases
aminoacidopathies
phenylketonuria
phenylketonuria inheritance pattern
how do you diagnose phenylketonuria
48 types cause mental retardation by 2 years
most frequent type... deficiency in phenylalanine hydroxylase (…
autosomal recessive... chromosome 12
increased serum phenylalanine or increased urine phenylpyruvi…
aminoacidopathies
48 types cause mental retardation by 2 years
phenylketonuria
most frequent type... deficiency in phenylalanine hydroxylase (…
12 terms
Biochem of Congenital Metabolic Diseases
inheritance pattern of most genetic me…
what are the 3 types of PAH deficiency?
dx test for PAH deficiency
Phe levels in PKU
autosomal recessive
classic PKU, variant PKU, non-PKU hyperPhe
Guthrie microbial assay
<1,000
inheritance pattern of most genetic me…
autosomal recessive
what are the 3 types of PAH deficiency?
classic PKU, variant PKU, non-PKU hyperPhe
91 terms
Congenital & Stationary Retinal Disease, Dystrophies, Metabolic Abnormalities
Chapter 8, Congenital and Stationary R…
Hereditary Retinal Disease. Leber's Co…
LCA, photo and audio. What part of ret…
Cone Disorders. 2 Categories?
...
Leber's Congenital Amaurosis. Achromatopsia. Blue-Cone Monoch…
Rods and cones affected. Nystagmus, hyperopia, oculodigital r…
Non-Progressive Disease: Achromatopsia (Rod Monochromatism),…
Chapter 8, Congenital and Stationary R…
...
Hereditary Retinal Disease. Leber's Co…
Leber's Congenital Amaurosis. Achromatopsia. Blue-Cone Monoch…
82 terms
3.4.6 Congenital Abnormalities, Congenital Metabolic Disease, Puberty & Endocrine, Youth HC & Child Abuse.
3.4.6 theme: ... Congenital Abnormalities
Meaning Of:... pleiotropy, meiotic non-d…
Marfan syndrome
How does genetic mosaicism arise in so…
20 Qs
• Pleiotropy: genes that have more than one noticeable, disti…
- genetic disorder that affects the body's connective tissue…
-Somatic mosaicism occurs when the somatic cells of the body…
3.4.6 theme: ... Congenital Abnormalities
20 Qs
Meaning Of:... pleiotropy, meiotic non-d…
• Pleiotropy: genes that have more than one noticeable, disti…
10 terms
Origins of disease
Infectious
Heriditary
Congenital
Neoplastic
Hj
Jk
...
...
Infectious
Hj
Heriditary
Jk
54 terms
Neoplastic Diseases
Abnormal growth of cells that lack the…
What are the characteristics of a beni…
Cancerous cells that invade and destro…
What are the characteristics of Malign…
Benign
Uniform (color), Smooth or papillary (small, round or cone-sh…
Malignant
Fast and uncontrolled growth due to genetic mutations.... 1. Irr…
Abnormal growth of cells that lack the…
Benign
What are the characteristics of a beni…
Uniform (color), Smooth or papillary (small, round or cone-sh…
Congenital Diseases
Autosomal dominant
delayed lethal genotype
Osteogenesis imperfecta
osteogenesis imperfecta symptoms and t…
-inheritance of one allele causes the disorder ... -no carriers
disorder has been passed on to child without the diagnosis of…
-impaired collagen formation from a mutation in the COLIAI an…
- fractures ... - chipped teeth ... - bluish sclerae... - no treatment…
Autosomal dominant
-inheritance of one allele causes the disorder ... -no carriers
delayed lethal genotype
disorder has been passed on to child without the diagnosis of…
40 terms
Chemotherapy of Neoplastic Diseases 2
What are the Pyrimidine analogs
5-Fluorouracil: MOA
5-Fluorouracil: MOA image
5-FLuorouracil Metabolism: What enz me…
What are the Pyrimidine analogs
5-Fluorouracil: MOA
50 terms
Endocrine & Metabolic Diseases
Hyperthyroidism-Physiology... 1. What two…
Hyperthyroidism-Physiology... 1. Draw you…
Hyperthyroidism-Step 1... 1. What obstetr…
Hyperthyroidism-Causes... 1. Name 85%, 15…
1. Hypothalamus (TRH), Adenohypophy (TSH)... 2. T4 (mn 43 = secr…
1. HCg; thus HCg secreting teratomas can p/w hyperthyroidism…
1. 85%-Graves (aka. *diffuse toxic goiter)-TSIGg's, 15%-Plumm…
Hyperthyroidism-Physiology... 1. What two…
1. Hypothalamus (TRH), Adenohypophy (TSH)... 2. T4 (mn 43 = secr…
Hyperthyroidism-Physiology... 1. Draw you…
9 terms
Disease Classfications
Disease Classifications
Congenital
Hereditary
Inflammatory
8 terms
Diseases present at birth and result from genetic or environm…
Diseases caused by developmental disorders genetically transm…
Disease that results from the body's reaction to a localized…
Disease Classifications
8 terms
Congenital
Diseases present at birth and result from genetic or environm…
8 terms
Digestive 16 (Liver disorders)
Signs sx of liver disease
Genetic liver disease
Congenital liver disease
Infections liver disease
Abdominal pain, jaundice, abnormal LFT's
Wilson's disease of copper retention, galactosemia
Biliary atresia, did not form complete biliary tree
Paracites, bacterial, viral hepatitis
Signs sx of liver disease
Abdominal pain, jaundice, abnormal LFT's
Genetic liver disease
Wilson's disease of copper retention, galactosemia
9 terms
Classifications of Disease
Classifications
Congenital and hereditary diseases
Congenital and hereditary causes
Congenital and hereditary types of dis…
1. Congenital and hereditary diseases... 2. Inflammatory disease…
Developmental disturbances
Genetic abnormalities; abnormalities in chromosome number or…
Hemophilia (hereditary), German measles (rubella) causes birt…
Classifications
1. Congenital and hereditary diseases... 2. Inflammatory disease…
Congenital and hereditary diseases
Developmental disturbances
57 terms
congenital heart diseases
congenital heart disease
A&P
first breath
congenital heart defects
most common cardiac problem in children... 8/1,000 births... >1% of…
(picture)... 4 chambers... 4 valves... left side receives oxygenated b…
pulmonary alveoli open up... pressure in pulmonary tissues decre…
any structural lesion in the heart or blood vessels that is d…
congenital heart disease
most common cardiac problem in children... 8/1,000 births... >1% of…
A&P
(picture)... 4 chambers... 4 valves... left side receives oxygenated b…
14 terms
Microbiology Packet - Infectious Diseases
9 Types of Infectious Diseases
Congenital Disease
Inherited Disease
Degenerative Disease
Congenital... Inherited... Degenerative... Iatrogenic... Idiopathic... Immun…
nongenetic. pathogen can go across placenta. Ex. german measl…
Leads to birth defect (abortion). Genetic Disorder. Disease t…
organs are deteriorating over time due to exercise and eating…
9 Types of Infectious Diseases
Congenital... Inherited... Degenerative... Iatrogenic... Idiopathic... Immun…
Congenital Disease
nongenetic. pathogen can go across placenta. Ex. german measl…
14 terms
Introduction to Diseases - chapter 1
Hereditary Diseases
Congenital Diseases
Degenerative Diseases
Inflammation/autoimmunity/allergy
Hemophilia, sickle cell anemia, cystic fibrosis
Tetralogy of Fallot (heart abnormality)
Arteriosclerosis, osteoarthritis, Alzheimer's disease
Asthma, systemic lupus erythematosus, hay fever
Hereditary Diseases
Hemophilia, sickle cell anemia, cystic fibrosis
Congenital Diseases
Tetralogy of Fallot (heart abnormality)
28 terms
Soft Tissue Tumors: Reactive & Neoplastic
Hamartoma
Teratoma
Choristoma
Parulis (Gumboil)
Proliferation of normal cells or tissue already present in th…
A tumor composed of tissue from all three germ layers namely…
Proliferation of normal tissue in an abnormal location... i.e. s…
i. Etiology: Pus from apex of a non-vital tooth or deep perio…
Hamartoma
Proliferation of normal cells or tissue already present in th…
Teratoma
A tumor composed of tissue from all three germ layers namely…
14 terms
Pathophysiology - Intrinsic or Extrinsic?
Inherited or genetic diseases
Congenital Diseases
Neoplastic Diseases
Immunological Diseases
Intrinsic
Intrinsic
Intrinsic
Intrinsic
Inherited or genetic diseases
Intrinsic
Congenital Diseases
Intrinsic
63 terms
Pathology Week 1
What is pathology?
what are the 4 branches of pathology?
what encompasses general pathology?
what do we use clinical pathology for?
study of the cause and structural changes of disease and the…
general, systemic, pathology of disease and clinical pathology
the general knowledge- inflammation, necrosis etc... which ca…
to diagnose disease
What is pathology?
study of the cause and structural changes of disease and the…
what are the 4 branches of pathology?
general, systemic, pathology of disease and clinical pathology
13 terms
Med Term Unit2 suffixes, prefixes
-genesis
-gnosis
-gram
ab-
forming, producing
knowing
record, writing
away
-genesis
forming, producing
-gnosis
knowing
Molecular Basis of Disease Class 2
epidemiology
pathogenisis
etiology
genetic
Science that studies patterns, causes & effects of health and…
biological changes & mechanisms that lead to disease
cause of disease
DNA defects - single nucleotide or chromosomal abnormalities…
epidemiology
Science that studies patterns, causes & effects of health and…
pathogenisis
biological changes & mechanisms that lead to disease
11 terms
Images of Metabolic Disorders and Congenital Anomolies of the Orbit and Adnexa
Thyroid Eye Disease
Myasthenia Gravis
Craniosynostoses
Crouzon Syndrome
Thyroid Eye Disease
Myasthenia Gravis
10 terms
Health and disease
Health
Disease
Symptoms
Diagnosis
A physic and mental state of well being
Anything that disrupts the bodies normal homeostatic imbalance
Physical signs of a disease
An educated guess of a course of treatment of a disease based…
Health
A physic and mental state of well being
Disease
Anything that disrupts the bodies normal homeostatic imbalance
51 terms
Ch 1: general concepts of disease
Disease
Lesions
Organic disease
Functional disease
Disturbance of body funtion or structure
Well-defined structural changes in organs cuz of disease
Disease assoc w structural changes
No morphologic abnormalities yet body functions are greatly d…
Disease
Disturbance of body funtion or structure
Lesions
Well-defined structural changes in organs cuz of disease
152 terms
Diseases
Nosocomial disease
congenital disease
Idiopathic disease
Communicable disease
choroba nabyta w szpitalu
choroba wrodzona
choroba o nieznanym pochodzeniu
choroba zakaźna
Nosocomial disease
choroba nabyta w szpitalu
congenital disease
choroba wrodzona
105-05 example of disease
Hereditary
Congenital
Infectious
Deficiency
hemophilia: sickle cell
herpes; german measles; clubfoot
algae; fungi; yeast; molds
lack of vitamin C; anemia
Hereditary
hemophilia: sickle cell
Congenital
herpes; german measles; clubfoot
25 terms
BMS PATHOLOGY
pathology
pathogen
acute
chronic
the study of disease
disease causing microrganism
rapid onset with a short severe course
long duration or frequent reccurence
pathology
the study of disease
pathogen
disease causing microrganism
25 terms
RDTC 212 - skeletal by classification
osteogenesis imperfecta
achondroplasia
osteopetrosis
hand and foot malformations
inherited or congenital
most common inherited bone disorder
inherited bone disorder
congenital - occurs during fetal development
osteogenesis imperfecta
inherited or congenital
achondroplasia
most common inherited bone disorder
30 terms
Diseases of the Brain stem
Vestibular System
Vestibular System Anatomy
Clinical signs of vestibular disease
Nystagmus
Responsible for maintaining balance and equilibrium, and regu…
Peripheral: Inner ear and CN8... Central: vestibular nuclei, cau…
Head tilt - toward the lesion... Nystagmus... Ataxia... Circling... Decre…
Involuntary rhythmic oscillation of the eyes.... Physiological:…
Vestibular System
Responsible for maintaining balance and equilibrium, and regu…
Vestibular System Anatomy
Peripheral: Inner ear and CN8... Central: vestibular nuclei, cau…
19 terms
Patho
Types of diseases
asymptomatic disease
etiology
pathogenesis
Organic "seen"... Functional
no discomfort or disability
cause
manner by which a disease develops
Types of diseases
Organic "seen"... Functional
asymptomatic disease
no discomfort or disability
28 terms
Anterior Segment - Orbital Disease [With pics]
Orbital puslation
Bruit
Preceptal Cellulitis
Orbital Cellulitis
You detect a subtle pulsing at the slit lamp, or an exaggerat…
An audible vascular sound associated with turbulent blood flo…
This condition presents with NONE of the following:... Proptosi…
This condition is seen more in children than adults, and pres…
Orbital puslation
You detect a subtle pulsing at the slit lamp, or an exaggerat…
Bruit
An audible vascular sound associated with turbulent blood flo…
138 terms
infection, bone tumors, endocrine, metabolic - radiology
brodie's abscess
coccidioidomycosis / valley fever / de…
maduromycosis / mycetoma / eumycetoma
blastomycosis / Gilchrist disease / No…
A 7 year old girl presents with high fever, swelling and pain…
A young man who visited the Southwestern US developed back pa…
An 82 y/o male farmer from Bangladesh presented to the hospit…
This distribution matches what disease best? (Values are no.…
brodie's abscess
A 7 year old girl presents with high fever, swelling and pain…
coccidioidomycosis / valley fever / de…
A young man who visited the Southwestern US developed back pa…
206 terms
Pathophysiology block 1
List the factors that contribute to va…
etiology
describe congenital cause of disease
describe metabolic cause of disease
genetics... culture... age... sex... stress... lifestyle... environment
study of the causes of disease
a defect in embryonic or fetal development that may create a…
an upset in the biochemical reactions that govern the body's…
List the factors that contribute to va…
genetics... culture... age... sex... stress... lifestyle... environment
etiology
study of the causes of disease
11 terms
Etiologic Classification of Disease
Congenital
Degenerative
Iatrogenic (nosocomial)
Idiopathic
Born with it
Wear and tear
Caused from a medical treatment
Unknown
Congenital
Born with it
Degenerative
Wear and tear
46 terms
Block 7: Non-neoplastic and Neoplastic Diseases of the Liver
Describe basic mechanisms that can lea…
Drug or toxin- induced direct hepatocy…
hepatocellular damage
Vascular disease
(1) Drug or toxin... (2) Hepatic injury induced inflammatory res…
Acetaminophen in a dose dependent manner... Amanita phalloides m…
Cholestasis - oral contraceptives, estrogen... Hepatitis - alcoh…
Sinusoidal obstruction syndrome (veno-occlusive disease) - hi…
Describe basic mechanisms that can lea…
(1) Drug or toxin... (2) Hepatic injury induced inflammatory res…
Drug or toxin- induced direct hepatocy…
Acetaminophen in a dose dependent manner... Amanita phalloides m…
39 terms
patho terms chapter 1
acute
chronic
compensatory mechanism
complication
in regard to disease, a condition that is short term in natur…
state that occurs when an acute disease does not resolve in a…
physiologic response to homeostatic imbalance in attempt to m…
...
acute
in regard to disease, a condition that is short term in natur…
chronic
state that occurs when an acute disease does not resolve in a…
101 terms
Pathophysiology block 1
List the factors that contribute to va…
etiology
describe congenital cause of disease
describe metabolic cause of disease
genetics... culture... age... sex... stress... lifestyle... environment
study of the causes of disease
a defect in embryonic or fetal development that may create a…
an upset in the biochemical reactions that govern the body's…
List the factors that contribute to va…
genetics... culture... age... sex... stress... lifestyle... environment
etiology
study of the causes of disease
95 terms
Genetic/Metabolic diseases/syndromes nutritional excess/deficiency + potpourri
unilateral cafe-au-lait spots, polyost…
Hyperphagia, obesity, intellectual dis…
inappropriate laughter, seizures, atax…
Myopathy, lactic acidosis, CNS disease…
McCune-Albright syndrome... (mutation affecting G-protein signal…
Prader-Willi syndrome... (Maternal imprinting --> gene from mom…
Angelman syndrome... (Paternal imprinting --> gene from dad is n…
Mitochondrial myopathies
unilateral cafe-au-lait spots, polyost…
McCune-Albright syndrome... (mutation affecting G-protein signal…
Hyperphagia, obesity, intellectual dis…
Prader-Willi syndrome... (Maternal imprinting --> gene from mom…
30 terms
Types of diseases
acquired
acute
allergic
autoimmune
nabyty
ostry
alergiczna
autoimmunologiczna
acquired
nabyty
acute
ostry
40 terms
Human Disease Chapter 1
Disease
Lesions
Pathology
Symptoms
disturbance of body structure or function
well-defined, characteristic structural changes in organs and…
study of disease
subjective manifestations such as pain or weakness
Disease
disturbance of body structure or function
Lesions
well-defined, characteristic structural changes in organs and…
74 terms
CH 1-2 Pathophys
disease
lesion
organic disease
functional disease
any disturbance of the structure or function of the body
structural change in an organ resulting from a disease
a disease associated with structural changes in the affected…
no morphological abnormalities can be identified even though…
disease
any disturbance of the structure or function of the body
lesion
structural change in an organ resulting from a disease
87 terms
SBS3 L3 - Congenital and Hereditary Diseases
normal male
normal female
normal mating
consanguinous mating
what do these shapes symbolize on a family tree?
what do these shapes symbolize on a family tree?
what do these shapes symbolize on a family tree?
what do these shapes symbolize on a family tree?
normal male
what do these shapes symbolize on a family tree?
normal female
what do these shapes symbolize on a family tree?
10 terms
Disease Bio Chapter 1
Disease
Lesion
Organic Disease
Pathology
any disturbance of the structure or function of the body
Any structural abnormality or pathogenic change
A disease associated with structural changes in the affected…
The study of the structural and functional changes in the bod…
Disease
any disturbance of the structure or function of the body
Lesion
Any structural abnormality or pathogenic change
8 terms
ARCL 228 Chapter 15 Antemortem Skeletal Conditions
Skeletal non-metric traits/anomalies
Osteoblasts
Osteoclasts
Chronic
1. accessory bones... 2. non-fusion anomalies... 3. accessory foram…
- form bone
- destroy bone
- disease is visible on bone
Skeletal non-metric traits/anomalies
1. accessory bones... 2. non-fusion anomalies... 3. accessory foram…
Osteoblasts
- form bone
34 terms
Bio 111
Disease
Sign
Symptom
Lesion
abnormal disturbance of body
objective manifestation of disease
subjective evidence of disease perceived by patient
types of cellular change, response to disease
Disease
abnormal disturbance of body
Sign
objective manifestation of disease
path- non neoplastic bone diseases
Osteomyltisi defintion?
What is the progression of osteomyelit…
why does osteomyelitis tend to occur i…
Sequestrum?
inflammotry resonse in the bone (often due to bacterial infec…
1. abcess forms in bone... 2. increased pressure in area and dec…
blood carried through bone slows down in this area.
infarcted cortical bone that occurs from osteomyelitis (can g…
Osteomyltisi defintion?
inflammotry resonse in the bone (often due to bacterial infec…
What is the progression of osteomyelit…
1. abcess forms in bone... 2. increased pressure in area and dec…
87 terms
SBS3 Exam 2 - Congenital and Hereditary Diseases
normal male
normal female
normal mating
consanguinous mating
what do these shapes symbolize on a family tree?
what do these shapes symbolize on a family tree?
what do these shapes symbolize on a family tree?
what do these shapes symbolize on a family tree?
normal male
what do these shapes symbolize on a family tree?
normal female
what do these shapes symbolize on a family tree?
21 terms
Characteristics and Classification of Disease
Functional disease
Pathology
Symptom
Signs (manifestations)
A disease that is not associated with any recognizable struct…
The study of a disease
A subjective indicator of disease that is what the patient te…
An objective indicator of disease that is what the clinician…
Functional disease
A disease that is not associated with any recognizable struct…
Pathology
The study of a disease
41 terms
HSC4551 Chapter 1 by zachsonfire
disease
lesion
organic disease
pathology
disturbance of the structure or function of the body
characteristic structural abnormality or pathologic change
A disease associated with structural changes in the affected…
The study of disease and the structural and functional change…
disease
disturbance of the structure or function of the body
lesion
characteristic structural abnormality or pathologic change
34 terms
CH 5 final abdomen and GI
All NO CHANGE except Bowel obstruction…
Esophageal Atresia... a. Inflammatory... b.…
Esophageal Atresia... a. additive... b. sub…
Esophageal Atresia... a. Ultrasound... b. U…
...
f. Congenital
c. no change
g. Radiography
All NO CHANGE except Bowel obstruction…
...
Esophageal Atresia... a. Inflammatory... b.…
f. Congenital
25 terms
Pathology Unit
pathology
pathogen
acute
chronic
study of disease
disease causing micro- organism
short, severe
long duration
pathology
study of disease
pathogen
disease causing micro- organism
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