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Types of joints
Two Classifications of Joints
Basis of Structural Joints
Basis of Functional Joints
Fibrous Joints
Structural and Functional
Based on major connective tissue type that binds bones.
Based on degree of motion; (nonmovable), (slightly movable),…
United by fibrous connective tissue, Have no joint cavity, Li…
Two Classifications of Joints
Structural and Functional
Basis of Structural Joints
Based on major connective tissue type that binds bones.
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disease of the urinary tract
Diseases of the urinary tract
diagnosis
Make sure that you can tell the differ…
cause of dysuria? ddx
Things that affect the... • Kidney... • Ureters... • Bladder... • Urethra…
• Can present as acute [peracute] UT disease... • Or as a 'wasti…
- let the urine stand ... after 10 mins ... hematuria ... cells of the…
- complete this list
Diseases of the urinary tract
Things that affect the... • Kidney... • Ureters... • Bladder... • Urethra…
diagnosis
• Can present as acute [peracute] UT disease... • Or as a 'wasti…
131 terms
Chapter 6 Lymphatic and Immune Systems
allergist
hematologist
immunologist
oncologist
specializes in diagnosing and treating conditions of altered…
specialized in diagnosing and treating disorders of the blood…
specializes in diagnosing and treating disorders of the immun…
specializes in diagnosing and treating malignant disorders su…
allergist
specializes in diagnosing and treating conditions of altered…
hematologist
specialized in diagnosing and treating disorders of the blood…
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Diseases
Disease
Infectious disease
Noninfectious disease
pathogen
Any change that disrupts the normal function of one or more b…
Any disease that is cuased by a pathogen
A disease that cannot be spread from one organism to another
An organism that cuases a disease
Disease
Any change that disrupts the normal function of one or more b…
Infectious disease
Any disease that is cuased by a pathogen
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pigs
record keeping
health and action records
Pig sales
Cost of production(red)
production targets and recording are key to management deicsi…
most farms have own recording system for health-compuer or re…
feeding herd sales-finished slaughter weight pigs=96% income…
Fixed costs-depreciation,insurance, repairs, taxes, interest…
record keeping
production targets and recording are key to management deicsi…
health and action records
most farms have own recording system for health-compuer or re…
16 terms
Cat Scratch Disease
Bartonella hemselae
etiology
There are appoximately 25,000 cases of…
Reservoir of Bartonella henselae
cuasative agent
means cause of disease
childern and adolescents
domestic cats
Bartonella hemselae
cuasative agent
etiology
means cause of disease
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HEALTH UNIT SIX - CHAPTERS 19 THROUGH 21
SEXUAL ACTIVITY
ABSTINENCE
SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE (STD)
INTERNAL PRESSURE
ANY ACTIVITY THAT INCLUDES INTENTIONAL SEXUAL CONTACT FOR THE…
THE CONSCIOUS DECISION NOT TO PARTICIPATE IN SEXUAL ACTIVITY…
AN INFECTIOUS DISEASE THAT IS SPREAD BY SEXUAL CONTACT
AN IMPULSE A PERSON FEELS TO ENGAGE IN A BEHAVIOR
SEXUAL ACTIVITY
ANY ACTIVITY THAT INCLUDES INTENTIONAL SEXUAL CONTACT FOR THE…
ABSTINENCE
THE CONSCIOUS DECISION NOT TO PARTICIPATE IN SEXUAL ACTIVITY…
28 terms
Patho-Alterations in Endocrine Adult/Child Ch. 31 by fsrodr03
Disorders of hypothalamic and Pituitar…
altered aspects of endocrine
growth hormone effects
S/Sx growth hormone excess
primary and secondary
over secretion, autoimmune stim, exaggerated response of targ…
glucose control, bone...
acromegaly, giantism
Disorders of hypothalamic and Pituitar…
primary and secondary
altered aspects of endocrine
over secretion, autoimmune stim, exaggerated response of targ…
Chapter 30 - Cardiovascular
Fetal Circulation has four unique feat…
Neonatal circulation
S1
S2
1. Oxygenation of the blood occurs in the placenta not the lu…
1. Clamping umbilical cord causes immediate circulatory chang…
-the beginning of systole; the closure of the mitral and tric…
S2-beginning of diastole; closure of the aortic and pulmonary…
Fetal Circulation has four unique feat…
1. Oxygenation of the blood occurs in the placenta not the lu…
Neonatal circulation
1. Clamping umbilical cord causes immediate circulatory chang…
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STD
Difference between STI vs STD
Some STIs increase risk of HIV how much?
This virus causes genital herpes
STDs are major causes of what disease
STI = infection - no symptoms, no disease... STD = disease - sym…
2-5 times
HSV2
PID, infertility, adverse pregnancy
Difference between STI vs STD
STI = infection - no symptoms, no disease... STD = disease - sym…
Some STIs increase risk of HIV how much?
2-5 times
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TKAM Vocabulary
Apothecacy
Taciturn
Imprudent
ambled
A person who prepared and sold medicines and drugs
Reserved or uncommunicative in speech
Not showing care for the consequences of an action
Walk or move at a slow, relaxed pace
Apothecacy
A person who prepared and sold medicines and drugs
Taciturn
Reserved or uncommunicative in speech
30 terms
Week 25 (HPO)- Lecture Content 2
Pathogenesis and Investigation of Hypo…
1. Describe the anatomy, development a…
Physiology of ANT Pituitary function
Sheehan's Syndrome
...
Pituitary glad is made up of two parts and is right below the…
Note: tonic inhibition of Prolactin
Infarction of the pituitary after substantial blood loss duri…
Pathogenesis and Investigation of Hypo…
...
1. Describe the anatomy, development a…
Pituitary glad is made up of two parts and is right below the…
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CNA Vocabulary - Chapter 6
microbes (microorganisms)
pathogens
infection
mucous membranes
tiny living things that are too small to see but are all arou…
harmful microbes that cuase disease
a disease caused by a pathogen
prevent microbes from entering the body
microbes (microorganisms)
tiny living things that are too small to see but are all arou…
pathogens
harmful microbes that cuase disease
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Wordly Wise 3000: Book 3 Lesson 12
adopt
arouse
arrange
cell
v. 1) to take into one's home and to raise a child as part of…
v. to awaken from sleep
v. to put in a certain order
n. a small room with little or no furniture, especially one u…
adopt
v. 1) to take into one's home and to raise a child as part of…
arouse
v. to awaken from sleep
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Diseases
Chlamydia
Gonorrgea (Neisseria gonorrhea, the cl…
Dysuria
Syphilis
Bacterial Disease in which 80% women have no symptoms and 50%…
Bacterial diseases that causes sore throat, painful urination…
painful urniation
Bacterial disease that causes sores and blisters on hands and…
Chlamydia
Bacterial Disease in which 80% women have no symptoms and 50%…
Gonorrgea (Neisseria gonorrhea, the cl…
Bacterial diseases that causes sore throat, painful urination…
29 terms
Perry CH 21: Postpartum Complications
Postpartum Hemorrhage (PPH)
Risk factors and causes of postpartum…
Uterine atony
Retained placenta
leading causes of maternal death in the US and worldwide. ... un…
uterine atony... lacerations of the birth canal... placenta accrfet…
marked hypotonia (relaxation of the uterus) ... leading cause of…
when the placenta has not been delivered within 30 mins after…
Postpartum Hemorrhage (PPH)
leading causes of maternal death in the US and worldwide. ... un…
Risk factors and causes of postpartum…
uterine atony... lacerations of the birth canal... placenta accrfet…
25 terms
WEEK 8 DM
prediabetes
3 p's of DM
why polyuria
why polyphagia
type of impaired fasting glucose and im
polydipsia... polyuria... polyphagie
high levels of gluose in the blood, kidney helps by excreting…
excessive hunger occurs b/c unable to push glucose into cells…
prediabetes
type of impaired fasting glucose and im
3 p's of DM
polydipsia... polyuria... polyphagie
48 terms
Module 9: Neurological problems of adult patient
Headache
Different causes of headache
Migraine headache
Etiology /Pathophysiology of migraines
most common type of pain that humans experience
primary: not a symptom ... secondary: Has symptoms ( sinus infec…
periodic/recurrent attacks of sever headache lasting from 4 -…
mot lightly cuased by vascular distubrance ( family history,…
Headache
most common type of pain that humans experience
Different causes of headache
primary: not a symptom ... secondary: Has symptoms ( sinus infec…
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Nervous and Sensory Diseases and Disorders
Spina Bifidia
Hydrocephalus
Alzheimers
ALS
defect of the spinal cord and/ or its covering protrudes outs…
overproduction of CSF; usuallh occurs at birth but adults can…
most common form of dementia; affects memory and can prevent…
amyotropic lateral sclerosis; degenerative disease of the mot…
Spina Bifidia
defect of the spinal cord and/ or its covering protrudes outs…
Hydrocephalus
overproduction of CSF; usuallh occurs at birth but adults can…
30 terms
HCR 240 CHP 14 Neuro
Arousal Structural Causes
Arousal Clinical Manifestations
Brain Death
Cerebral Death
Metabolic, Genetic, Degenerative, New growth, Traumatic, Birt…
LOC, Pupillary reaction, Movement, Reflexes, Breathing Pattern
non recoverable no homeostais
cerebral hemispheres ... not brain stem and cerebellum... possible…
Arousal Structural Causes
Metabolic, Genetic, Degenerative, New growth, Traumatic, Birt…
Arousal Clinical Manifestations
LOC, Pupillary reaction, Movement, Reflexes, Breathing Pattern
119 terms
Lilly's Peripheral Vascular Disease
Peripheral vascular diseases result fo…
aorta: intima
aorta: media aspects
aorta: adventitia
1. structural changes in the vessel wall secondary to degener…
endothelial cell layer then the internal elastic lamina
thick, SMCs, and ECM... ECM is collagen and elastin in a 1:2 ra…
collagen, perivascular nerves, vaso vasorum.
Peripheral vascular diseases result fo…
1. structural changes in the vessel wall secondary to degener…
aorta: intima
endothelial cell layer then the internal elastic lamina
87 terms
Pathology Hemodynamics, Throm, shock
abnormal fluid homeostasis
edema
anasarca
hydrothorax
cause of three most important cuases of disease in world: myo…
increase amount of intercellular fluid in tissue space
generalized edema
edema in chest cavity is called
abnormal fluid homeostasis
cause of three most important cuases of disease in world: myo…
edema
increase amount of intercellular fluid in tissue space
87 terms
Pathology: Hemodynamics, Thrombosis, shock
abnormal fluid homeostasis
edema
anasarca
hydrothorax
cause of three most important cuases of disease in world: myo…
increase amount of extra-cellular fluid in tissue space
generalized edema
transudate in chest cavity is called
abnormal fluid homeostasis
cause of three most important cuases of disease in world: myo…
edema
increase amount of extra-cellular fluid in tissue space
Respiratory System
Rhin/o
laryng/o
trache/o
bronch/o
nose
larynx (voice box)
trachea (windpipe)
lung air passageways
Rhin/o
nose
laryng/o
larynx (voice box)
47 terms
McCarver Review
functional hypothalamic amenorrhea
functional hypothalamic amenorrhea
GnRH
functional hypothalamic amenorrhea
disorder that, by definition, excludes pathologic disease
chracterized by a presumed decrease in hyothalamic GnRH secre…
what is decreased in functional hypothalamic amenorrhea
teh abnormal GnRH secretion characteristic of functional hypo…
functional hypothalamic amenorrhea
disorder that, by definition, excludes pathologic disease
functional hypothalamic amenorrhea
chracterized by a presumed decrease in hyothalamic GnRH secre…
59 terms
Endocrine Diseases
Diabetes Insipidus
Diabetes insipidus diagnosis
Diabetes insipidus treatment
ADH excess
Dysfunction of posterior pituitary.... Reduced ADH/Vasopressin…
ADH levels in plasma and urine... Compare urine osmolality via…
Desmopressen... Chlorpropamide... Carbamazepine
Water retention, over hydration... Confusion/behavioral disturba…
Diabetes Insipidus
Dysfunction of posterior pituitary.... Reduced ADH/Vasopressin…
Diabetes insipidus diagnosis
ADH levels in plasma and urine... Compare urine osmolality via…
13 terms
Micro
Bacteria, Fungi, Viruses, Prions
In the soil, on us, in us
Shape, Gram staining, need for oxygen
Cocci, Bacilli, ,Spirilla, and Vibrios
What are the major groups of microorganisms?
Where is bacteria found?
What are the ways to separate bacteria?
What are the shapes of bacteria?
Bacteria, Fungi, Viruses, Prions
What are the major groups of microorganisms?
In the soil, on us, in us
Where is bacteria found?
73 terms
hemoptysis
hemoptysis
below the larynx
hemoptysis
hemoptysis
hemoptysis or hematemesis? cough preceded by tingling of thro…
where is the hemoptysis from?
hemoptysis or hematemesis? nausea/vomiting absent
hemoptysis or hematemesis? frothy sputum
hemoptysis
hemoptysis or hematemesis? cough preceded by tingling of thro…
below the larynx
where is the hemoptysis from?
138 terms
Med/Surge Unit 3 - Diabetes
Why is the incidence of DM increasing?
diabetes mellitus
metabolic effects
glucose utilization is decreased dt
obesity... demographic shift: prevalence of DM increase age espe…
disorder of glucose metabolism rt absent or insufficient insu…
glucose utilization decreased... fat metabolism increased... protei…
absent, insufficient and/or ineffective insulin cuasing incre…
Why is the incidence of DM increasing?
obesity... demographic shift: prevalence of DM increase age espe…
diabetes mellitus
disorder of glucose metabolism rt absent or insufficient insu…
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G4
Acid Fast Organisms
No cell wall
Defective Cell wall
Poorly Staining Cell wall
-Mycobacterium... -Nocardia spp
-Mycoplasma... -Ureaplasma
-Chlamydia
-Rickettsia... -Legionella
Acid Fast Organisms
-Mycobacterium... -Nocardia spp
No cell wall
-Mycoplasma... -Ureaplasma
CNS microbio
Streptococcus pneumoniae
S. pneumoniae clinical
CNS route of infection
Bacterial meningitis ages
Gram +ve diplococci... 5-75% population has in normal flora... ca…
mortality: 1.22/ 100,000... rapid onset in 1-2 days... impaired con…
1) haematogenous spread- viremic and bcterial... - respiratory…
neonates: s. algalactiae, e. coli, l. monocytogenes... children:…
Streptococcus pneumoniae
Gram +ve diplococci... 5-75% population has in normal flora... ca…
S. pneumoniae clinical
mortality: 1.22/ 100,000... rapid onset in 1-2 days... impaired con…
22 terms
Crystal diseases
gout crystals
pseudogout crystals
other crystals
hallmark of crystal diseases
monosodium urate... needles... yellow in parallel ((-) birefringence)
calcium pyrophosphate... rhomboid... blue in parallel ((+) birefrin…
CaPO4 (hydroxyapatite)... calcium oxylate... cholesterol crystals... m…
episodic attacks
gout crystals
monosodium urate... needles... yellow in parallel ((-) birefringence)
pseudogout crystals
calcium pyrophosphate... rhomboid... blue in parallel ((+) birefrin…
115 terms
Ch 12 Kidney_completed
name 4 nephritis
name 5 nephropathy
name 2 mixed nephropathy / nephritis
"lumpy dumpy" "starry sky"
1. Rapid Progressive... 2. IgA... 3. Post strep... 4. Alport
1. Minimal change... 2. focal segmental ... 3. membranous... 4. amyloi…
1. diffuse proliferative glomerulonephritis... 2. membrano proli…
Post strep GN
name 4 nephritis
1. Rapid Progressive... 2. IgA... 3. Post strep... 4. Alport
name 5 nephropathy
1. Minimal change... 2. focal segmental ... 3. membranous... 4. amyloi…
40 terms
Thryoid Pathology
Ectopic thryoid tissue for thryoid can…
Severe mental retardation, short statu…
Edema, subcutaneous tissues, glycosami…
Increased sweating ,... weight loss, incr…
failure of descent (arise from tongue tissue),... over descent-…
Cretinism... hypothryoid;... iodine... deficicney
Hypothryoidism
Hyperthryoid
Ectopic thryoid tissue for thryoid can…
failure of descent (arise from tongue tissue),... over descent-…
Severe mental retardation, short statu…
Cretinism... hypothryoid;... iodine... deficicney
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Neurotransmitters
No, due to years of anti psychotic drugs
Serotonin
Norepinephrine
Glutamate
Is tardive dyskinesia reversable? And what causes it.
This chemical contributes to various functions, such as regul…
This is a neurotransmitter that is important for attentivenes…
This is a major excitatory neurotransmitter that is associate…
No, due to years of anti psychotic drugs
Is tardive dyskinesia reversable? And what causes it.
Serotonin
This chemical contributes to various functions, such as regul…
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Combo with "1 synovial4" and 1 other
Synovial Joints General
Synovial Joints Makeup
Articular Cartilage of Synovial
Joint Cavity of Synovial
Contains synovial fluid; Allow considerable movement; Most jo…
No blood vessels or nerves in articular cartilages; Nutrients…
hyaline; provides smooth surface
synovial; encloses articular surfaces
Synovial Joints General
Contains synovial fluid; Allow considerable movement; Most jo…
Synovial Joints Makeup
No blood vessels or nerves in articular cartilages; Nutrients…
11 terms
STD's/Pregnancy
AIDs
HIV
Herpes Simplex Virus
HPV
Caused by HIV, affects the immune system
interferes with your body's ability to fight the organisms th…
causes tingling, itching, fever, painful urination.
causes genital warts, cervical cancer, no cure
AIDs
Caused by HIV, affects the immune system
HIV
interferes with your body's ability to fight the organisms th…
446 terms
FA rapid review
infant with failure to thrive, hepatos…
infant with hypoglycemia failure to th…
infant with microcephaly, rocker botto…
jaundice, palpable disteneded non-tend…
Niemann-Pick disease... (Sphingomyelinase deficiency)
Cori's disease... (debranching enzyme deficiency)
Edwards syndrome (trisomy 18)
Courvoisier's sign (distal obstruction of biliary tree)
infant with failure to thrive, hepatos…
Niemann-Pick disease... (Sphingomyelinase deficiency)
infant with hypoglycemia failure to th…
Cori's disease... (debranching enzyme deficiency)
20 terms
chapter 13b micro
protooncogenes
protooncogene suppressor genes
epstein barr virus
papilloma virus
genes that play a role in cell division/ promote growth
control protooncogenes and restrain growth
virus that causes burkitts lymphoma which is usually in child…
virus taht causes cervical cancer
protooncogenes
genes that play a role in cell division/ promote growth
protooncogene suppressor genes
control protooncogenes and restrain growth
130 terms
Chapter 6 Lymphatic and Immune Systems
allergist
hematologist
immunologist
oncologist
specializes in diagnosing and treating conditions of altered…
specialized in diagnosing and treating disorders of the blood…
specializes in diagnosing and treating disorders of the immun…
specializes in diagnosing and treating malignant disorders su…
allergist
specializes in diagnosing and treating conditions of altered…
hematologist
specialized in diagnosing and treating disorders of the blood…
34 terms
Dental
Bacteria that cuases most caries
Abscess by the root
disease that can cuase swelling in the…
severe gum disease
Streptococcus Mutans
CAP
Cellulitis
ANUG
Bacteria that cuases most caries
Streptococcus Mutans
Abscess by the root
CAP
Pathophysiology Overview
Health
Disease
Health Indicators
Pathophysiology
physical, mental , and social well-being
Deviation from the normal state of homeostais
Normal values occur within a range of values and may vary dep…
Functional (physiologic) changes in the body as a result from…
Health
physical, mental , and social well-being
Disease
Deviation from the normal state of homeostais
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Immunologic diseases ch 3
figure 3.1
Subclinical
Mixed infection
latent
...
an infection with no detectable symptoms
Two or more bacteria infecting the same tissue
and infection with the potention to become active at some time
figure 3.1
...
Subclinical
an infection with no detectable symptoms
54 terms
Nursing Assistant Alzheimer's Disease quiz # 3
Alzheimers disease is a chronic mental…
Alzheimer Disease can linger from
AD is the most common form of
Alzehemiers Disease is characterized b…
due to atropy of the brain for over a period of time and caus…
2-25 years before death.
dementing illness.
followed by language and perceptual problems.
Alzheimers disease is a chronic mental…
due to atropy of the brain for over a period of time and caus…
Alzheimer Disease can linger from
2-25 years before death.
Virus
Any disease
Bacteria
Viroid
Rna
Causing agent is cuased a pathogen
Is a bigger than viruses a virus is made of dna or rna and a…
Made only of single stranded
Causes disease in plants a prion is made only of proteins no…
Any disease
Causing agent is cuased a pathogen
Bacteria
Is a bigger than viruses a virus is made of dna or rna and a…
36 terms
diseases
Most commonly caused by staphylococcus
diagnoses= detection of gram + bacteri…
Folliculitis is tolerant to what 2 thi…
leading cuase of nosocomial (hospital…
Folliculitis
Folliculitis
salt/deciccation
S. aureus
Most commonly caused by staphylococcus
Folliculitis
diagnoses= detection of gram + bacteri…
Folliculitis
118 terms
Combo with "Fungal Skin infection- Candidiasis HOP 176" and 11 others
Candidiasis is Caused by ______ _______
Candidiasis Circumstances?
Examples of Candidiasis
candidiasis infection of the moist lin…
Candida albicans [an opportunistic normal flora yeast]
reduced immunity [babies, people wit AIDS]... people who used an…
Oral Thrush ... Cutaneous candidiasis... Diaper rash... Vaginitis
Oral thrush
Candidiasis is Caused by ______ _______
Candida albicans [an opportunistic normal flora yeast]
Candidiasis Circumstances?
reduced immunity [babies, people wit AIDS]... people who used an…
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AP 8 Joints Part 1 - Joint Classifications
Classification of Joints
Structural Joints
Functional Joints
Fibrous Joints
Structural and Functional
Based on major connective tissue type that binds bones; Fibro…
Based on degree of motion; Synarthrosis (nonmovable), Amphiar…
United by fibrous connective tissue, Have no joint cavity, Li…
Classification of Joints
Structural and Functional
Structural Joints
Based on major connective tissue type that binds bones; Fibro…
39 terms
AP 8 Joints Part 1 - Joint Classifications
Classification of Joints
Structural Joints
Functional Joints
Fibrous Joints
Structural and Functional
Based on major connective tissue type that binds bones; Fibro…
Based on degree of motion; Synarthrosis (nonmovable), Amphiar…
United by fibrous connective tissue, Have no joint cavity, Li…
Classification of Joints
Structural and Functional
Structural Joints
Based on major connective tissue type that binds bones; Fibro…
12 terms
respiratory system
Upper throat
Lower throat
Strep Throat
Diphtheria
normal microbacteria
sterile
S.Pyogen-GAS. symp-throat pain, diffcul swallowing, swolledn…
corynebacteria dipheria, 3 types-throat, tonsils,ulcers on th…
Upper throat
normal microbacteria
Lower throat
sterile
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