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227 terms
Pathology 1 -- Midterm Life University
What are the 3 categories of Eitiology?
Brain Abcess
3 copies of Chromosome 21 will lead to?
Huntington's Disease
Congenital, Genetic, Aquired
Category of etiology Aquired . ex: popping a pimple on your f…
Category of etiology Genetic Down Syndrome
Category of etiology Genetic ... Basal Ganglia is damaged as wel…
What are the 3 categories of Eitiology?
Congenital, Genetic, Aquired
Brain Abcess
Category of etiology Aquired . ex: popping a pimple on your f…
Plant Pathology - Auburn University - 1
DeBary
Brefield
Pierre Marie Alexis Millardet
Tisdale
He worked with smuts, rusts, and discovered the alternate of…
Developed techniques for growing microbes in pure culture.
Copper-sulfate lime mix... Boredeaux Mixture ... Control Downy Mild…
Developed dithiocarbamate (Thiram) fungicide, ferbam, zine b,…
DeBary
He worked with smuts, rusts, and discovered the alternate of…
Brefield
Developed techniques for growing microbes in pure culture.
227 terms
Pathology 1 -- Midterm Life University
What are the 3 categories of Eitiology?
Brain Abcess
3 copies of Chromosome 21 will lead to?
Huntington's Disease
Congenital, Genetic, Aquired
Category of etiology Aquired . ex: popping a pimple on your f…
Category of etiology Genetic Down Syndrome
Category of etiology Genetic ... Basal Ganglia is damaged as wel…
What are the 3 categories of Eitiology?
Congenital, Genetic, Aquired
Brain Abcess
Category of etiology Aquired . ex: popping a pimple on your f…
Pathology Life University Final (Quiz 4)
Hemostasis
Blood Coagulation
Blood Clot
Clotting factors are produced in
the process of stopping blood loss
the principal mechanism of hemostasis
a mash of protein filaments traps blood's form element to for…
the liver and most are under the influence of Vitamin K
Hemostasis
the process of stopping blood loss
Blood Coagulation
the principal mechanism of hemostasis
Plant Pathology Lab Practical - Auburn University 2015
Symptomology
Disease
Symptom
Sign
Study of symptoms and signs
Condition of abnormal structure and function in a plant
The Hosts response to infection
structures of the pathogen
Symptomology
Study of symptoms and signs
Disease
Condition of abnormal structure and function in a plant
Plant Pathology - Scientific Names - Test 2 - Auburn University
Take-all disease
Soybean stem canker
Southern corn leaf blight
Soft Rot
Gaeumannomyces graminis
Diaporthe phaseolorum var. caulivora
Cochliobolus heterostrophus - Bipolaris maydis
IDK
Take-all disease
Gaeumannomyces graminis
Soybean stem canker
Diaporthe phaseolorum var. caulivora
Plant Pathology Auburn University Exam 3 - Dr. Kathy
Apple Cedar Rust
Brown Patch Turf
Wildfire of Tobacco
Fire blight of pear & apple
Gymnosporangium juniperi-virginianae
Rhizoctonia solani
Pseudomonas syringae pv. tabaci
Erwinia amylovora
Apple Cedar Rust
Gymnosporangium juniperi-virginianae
Brown Patch Turf
Rhizoctonia solani
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Cellular and Pathological Basis of Disease Exam Preparation - Nazarbayev University School of Medicine
a. Collagen type I
b. Collagen type II
d. Collagen type III
c. Collagen type IV
Main type of collagen found in fibrous supporting tissue, ski…
Collagen type found in hyaline cartilage and consists of fibr…
Name the type of collagen forming delicate branched "reticula…
Collagen mainly present in the basement membrane:... a. Collagen…
a. Collagen type I
Main type of collagen found in fibrous supporting tissue, ski…
b. Collagen type II
Collagen type found in hyaline cartilage and consists of fibr…
Life University Med term pathological conditions and abbreviations ch 3-8
Alopecia
Comedo
Decubitus ulcer
Ecchymosis
Absence or loss of hair
Blackhead
Skin lesion that penetrates the epidermis. Also called bedsore
Discoloration on the skin, irregular hemorrhagic areas. Calle…
Alopecia
Absence or loss of hair
Comedo
Blackhead
SLHS 4801 Middle Ear Pathologies University of Minnesota (Fall 2016) (Carney)
Outer ear disorders include what area…
what are common cochlear disorders
what is sypailis
what is toxoplasmosis
outer ear... pinna (all parts)... EAM
Noise-induced hearing loss.... Meniere's disease.... Ototoxicity.…
sexually transmitted bacterial infection... more severe in firs…
protozoan origin in cat feces or uncooked meat... moderate prog…
Outer ear disorders include what area…
outer ear... pinna (all parts)... EAM
what are common cochlear disorders
Noise-induced hearing loss.... Meniere's disease.... Ototoxicity.…
Patho Midterm Review West Coast University
Etiology
Idiopathic
Iatrogenic
Risk Factor
study of causes/reasons for phenomena
cause is unknown
results from unintended or unwanted medical treatment
A factor that when present increases the likelihood of the di…
Etiology
study of causes/reasons for phenomena
Idiopathic
cause is unknown
28 terms
Patho Exam 2 Maryville University
Anaphylatoxin
Scavenger Receptors
Leukotriene
Natural Barriers
C3a, C5a, and C4a are anaphylatoxins. They can induce the rap…
receptor is expressed on macrophages and facilitates recognit…
an acidic sulfur-containing lipid that produces effects simil…
include physical, biochemical, and mechanical, as well as inf…
Anaphylatoxin
C3a, C5a, and C4a are anaphylatoxins. They can induce the rap…
Scavenger Receptors
receptor is expressed on macrophages and facilitates recognit…
19 terms
Maryville University 611 Patho Exam #2
What is the purpose of the inflammator…
What is the blood type of a person who…
How do surfactant proteins A and D pro…
What is the cause of familial hypercho…
If he epithelial barrier is damaged, a highly efficient local…
AB
Promoting phagocytosis
FH is most commonly caused by a reduction in the number of fu…
What is the purpose of the inflammator…
If he epithelial barrier is damaged, a highly efficient local…
What is the blood type of a person who…
AB
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Bio 300 Union University Pathophysiology Test 1
the study of underlying changes in bod…
Adaptation
molecules... cells... tisues... organs... organ sy…
chromosome... chromosomes contain genes
Define pathophysiology
reversible, structural, or functional response to a physiolog…
name the body levels of organization starting from smallest.
the structure created when chromatin condenses to for dark-st…
the study of underlying changes in bod…
Define pathophysiology
Adaptation
reversible, structural, or functional response to a physiolog…
University of Memphis Patho Module 1
Reperfusion
Sarcopenia
Adaptation
Oncosis
injury type to a cell when oxygen is restored & free radical…
loss of muscle mass & stregth
A reversible cellular response to physiologic or pathogenic c…
swelling of the cells
Reperfusion
injury type to a cell when oxygen is restored & free radical…
Sarcopenia
loss of muscle mass & stregth
Patho Midterm Review West Coast University
Etiology
Idiopathic
Iatrogenic
Risk Factor
study of causes/reasons for phenomena
cause is unknown
results from unintended or unwanted medical treatment
A factor that when present increases the likelihood of the di…
Etiology
study of causes/reasons for phenomena
Idiopathic
cause is unknown
108 terms
West Coast University Pathophysiology (PARK): MIDTERM
Etiology is
Idiopathic Etilology
Chronic Clinial Course
The latent period is
the cause of the disease
the cause of the disease is unknown
lasts months to years
the time between exposure of tissue to injurious agent and FI…
Etiology is
the cause of the disease
Idiopathic Etilology
the cause of the disease is unknown
Maryville University 611 Patho Exam #2
What is the purpose of the inflammator…
What is the blood type of a person who…
How do surfactant proteins A and D pro…
What is the cause of familial hypercho…
If he epithelial barrier is damaged, a highly efficient local…
...He will have AB blood type
...The promote phagocytosis
FH is most commonly caused by a reduction in the number of fu…
What is the purpose of the inflammator…
If he epithelial barrier is damaged, a highly efficient local…
What is the blood type of a person who…
...He will have AB blood type
26 terms
Salivary Pathology (Sara Gordon)
acinic cell adenocarcinoma
adenoid cystic carcinoma
canalicular adenoma
mucoepidermoid carcinoma
salivary gland malignancy, usually low grade; serous-like cel…
Salivary gland malignancy. Swiss cheese histology. Perineural…
Uncommon benign salivary tumor that almost exclusively affect…
The most common malignant salivary gland tumor, composed of n…
acinic cell adenocarcinoma
salivary gland malignancy, usually low grade; serous-like cel…
adenoid cystic carcinoma
Salivary gland malignancy. Swiss cheese histology. Perineural…
209 terms
Nurs 115 Test 1- Liberty university
What is Eustress?
What is the definition of stress accor…
What is homeostasis?
What are examples of positive feedback…
Good stresss
The ability to respoond and maintain stability physioilogical…
A regulating system... A steady state condition... Your body trying…
Clotting mechanism and women giving birth
What is Eustress?
Good stresss
What is the definition of stress accor…
The ability to respoond and maintain stability physioilogical…
General Pathology
What is Pathology?
Hypertrophy
Atrophy
Hyperplasia
A bridge between basic and clinical sciences that studies the…
Cell enlargement resulting in enlargement of organs (NOT PROL…
Cell shrinkage due to disuse, reduction in the mass of a tiss…
Proliferation of cells in organ or organ tissue
What is Pathology?
A bridge between basic and clinical sciences that studies the…
Hypertrophy
Cell enlargement resulting in enlargement of organs (NOT PROL…
Pathology 1 Exam #1
Which cells are inrreversibly damaged…
Which cells are die after 20-30 minute…
Which cells can survive 1-2 hours unde…
From most sensitive to least sensitive…
Neurons
Myocardial cells
Fibroblasts
neurons> myocardial cells> fibroblasts
Which cells are inrreversibly damaged…
Neurons
Which cells are die after 20-30 minute…
Myocardial cells
31 terms
Patho Midterm Review West Coast University
Etiology
Idiopathic
Iatrogenic
Risk Factor
study of causes/reasons for phenomena
cause is unknown
results from unintended or unwanted medical treatment
A factor that when present increases the likelihood of the di…
Etiology
study of causes/reasons for phenomena
Idiopathic
cause is unknown
Path: Pathology of the Cell - Part 2
Quiz Question #1 ... What is the word th…
Quiz Question #2... Name the clinical ex…
Quiz Question #3... Reduced demand or de…
Quiz Question #4... Give one physiologic…
Pathogenesis
Angina Pectoris
Atrophy
Hypertension - Increase demand or increase hormone
Quiz Question #1 ... What is the word th…
Pathogenesis
Quiz Question #2... Name the clinical ex…
Angina Pectoris
50 terms
Pathology Chapter 4 skeletal
The bone is covered on the outer surfa…
The hollow tube-like structure within…
A weblike arrangement of marrow-filled…
The secondary ossification center in a…
Periosteum
Medullary cavity
Cancellous bone
Epiphysis
The bone is covered on the outer surfa…
Periosteum
The hollow tube-like structure within…
Medullary cavity
Path: Pathology of the Cell - Part 1
Who stated, "That since the cell is th…
What are the effects of a stressor on…
What are the different responses that…
What happens with an adapted cell?
Rudolph Virchow in 1880
The cell will change. ... Any stressor is going to produce a ce…
a. Adaptive changes that maintain cell function... b. Failure to…
Successful cell change produces an adapted cell. An adapted c…
Who stated, "That since the cell is th…
Rudolph Virchow in 1880
What are the effects of a stressor on…
The cell will change. ... Any stressor is going to produce a ce…
Neurological impacts/Medical speech language pathology
nervous system
central nervous system
peripheral nervous system
autonomic nervous system
An organization of nerves according to structural, spatial, a…
made up of the brain and spinal cord
made up of the nerves outside the skull and spinal column
controls and regulates the internal environment
nervous system
An organization of nerves according to structural, spatial, a…
central nervous system
made up of the brain and spinal cord
Pathology I Quiz 1
Pathology
pathos (greek) means?
Pathophysiology
Influenzal Pneumonia
study of nature / causes of disease... -changes in structure & f…
suffering
-abnormal functioning of diseased organs
AKA (Black or Hemorrhage pneumonia)... etiology- influenza virus
Pathology
study of nature / causes of disease... -changes in structure & f…
pathos (greek) means?
suffering
48 terms
Standard 2.0 Massage Therapy Guide to Pathology with pictures
PSORIASIS
SECOND DEGREE
SKIN CANCER
HERPES SIMPLEX
Patches of epithelial cells the appear like silvery scales
Degree of burn affecting only the epidermis and dermis
A brown or black skin mark with abnormal ABCD
A viral infection causing blisters around the mouth or face
PSORIASIS
Patches of epithelial cells the appear like silvery scales
SECOND DEGREE
Degree of burn affecting only the epidermis and dermis
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CNSI L17 - Pathology Lab
Intraparenchymal bleed... HTN
1) Slit hemorrhages... 2) Lacunar Infarct…
Basal ganglia; putamen
Subarachnoid hemorrhage; ruptured berr…
What is pictured here:... Cause:
What are the five cerebral insults caused by hypertension:... 1)…
This is a hemorrhage of the _______ _____ , specifically the…
Pictured here is a _______ hemorrhage due to _______ _____ __…
Intraparenchymal bleed... HTN
What is pictured here:... Cause:
1) Slit hemorrhages... 2) Lacunar Infarct…
What are the five cerebral insults caused by hypertension:... 1)…
41 terms
Plant Path Auburn University Spring 2015 Dr. Kathy Lawrence
dwarf mistletoe
broomrape
witch weeds
dotters
arceutheobium
orobanche
striga
cuscuta
dwarf mistletoe
arceutheobium
broomrape
orobanche
45 terms
West Coast University Pathophysiology: Ch.10, Ch.11, Ch.14, Ch.15
presence of philadelphia chromosome... hi…
15% of all leukemia cases... avg age: 40-45
fatigue, weight loss, sweats, bleeding…
responds poorly to chemo... anti bcr/abl…
chronic myeloid leukemia clinical significance
CML stats
CML signs/symptoms
CML treatment
presence of philadelphia chromosome... hi…
chronic myeloid leukemia clinical significance
15% of all leukemia cases... avg age: 40-45
CML stats
229 terms
Pathology: Infectious Diseases
No infection... Infection... Infectious dise…
an infection has the organism multiply…
ability of an infectious agent to mult…
ability of an infectious agent to caus…
What are the three outcomes associated with an organism enter…
What distinguishes an infection from an infectious disease?
Define infectivity
Define pathogenicity
No infection... Infection... Infectious dise…
What are the three outcomes associated with an organism enter…
an infection has the organism multiply…
What distinguishes an infection from an infectious disease?
Plant Path Auburn University Spring 2015 Dr. Kathy Lawrence
dwarf mistletoe
broomrape
witch weeds
dotters
arceutheobium
orobanche
striga
cuscuta
dwarf mistletoe
arceutheobium
broomrape
orobanche
137 terms
TWU Advance Patho Review Exam 3-RESPIRATORY
What muscles are used to cause lung ex…
What extra muscles may be used during…
What purpose plural fluid serve?
How is lung compliance related to tran…
diaphragm, (quiet breathing, longitudual depth) chest cage (…
abdominal and sternoleidmastoid (use forceful breathing)
lubricate movements of the lungs with in the plural cavaity
Difference b/t the alveolar pressure and the plural pressure.…
What muscles are used to cause lung ex…
diaphragm, (quiet breathing, longitudual depth) chest cage (…
What extra muscles may be used during…
abdominal and sternoleidmastoid (use forceful breathing)
17 terms
Pathology: Quiz 2: Respiratory
p02 lab value
pCO2
HCO3 (bicarb)
SaO2 (o2 saturation)
80-100 mm Hg
35-45 mm Hg
22-26 mEq/L
95-100%
p02 lab value
80-100 mm Hg
pCO2
35-45 mm Hg
28 terms
Pathoma - 17.5 Trauma (CNS Pathology)
Epidural Hematoma
Temporal; middle meningeal
Convex Lens shaped
Herniation
Blood between the dura and the skull is known as:
Epidural hematoma can typically be caused by fracture of the…
What is the appearance of an epidural hematoma on CT?
H___________ can be a lethal complication of hematoma in the…
Epidural Hematoma
Blood between the dura and the skull is known as:
Temporal; middle meningeal
Epidural hematoma can typically be caused by fracture of the…
Pathology terms
Byssinosis
Bagassosis
Asbestosis
Anthracosis
Restrictive lug disease. Due to inhalation of cotton fibres
Restrictive lung disease. Due to inhalation of organic dust p…
Restrictive lung disease. Due to inhalation of asbestos fibre…
...
Byssinosis
Restrictive lug disease. Due to inhalation of cotton fibres
Bagassosis
Restrictive lung disease. Due to inhalation of organic dust p…
185 terms
patho exam 1
pathophysiology
incidence
prevalence
symptoms
- study of functional of physiologic changes in body result f…
number of disease present in population (1/10000)... looking in…
total number of new & existing cases of a dz at given point i…
subjective comments made by pt
pathophysiology
- study of functional of physiologic changes in body result f…
incidence
number of disease present in population (1/10000)... looking in…
267 terms
Pathology E1
What are the 4 aspects of disease?
what is etiology?
what is pathogenesis?
what is a "sign" in terms of disease?
1. etiology... 2. pathogenesis... 3. morphologic changes... 4. functio…
the underlying cause of a disease
the stuff that happens as a result of a disease
what the doctor can observe
What are the 4 aspects of disease?
1. etiology... 2. pathogenesis... 3. morphologic changes... 4. functio…
what is etiology?
the underlying cause of a disease
47 terms
Patho CH4 Key Terms
Adaption
Atrophy
Physiologic atrophy
Pathologic atrophy
a reversible, structural, or functional response both to norm…
a decrease or shrinkage in cellular size
occurs with early development
occurs as a result of decreases in workload, pressure, use, b…
Adaption
a reversible, structural, or functional response both to norm…
Atrophy
a decrease or shrinkage in cellular size
79 terms
Praxis Speech-Language Pathology Chapter 7
larynx
above true vocal folds
lifting or coughing
depressors
1. helps close entryway into trachea so foreign substances do…
Where do the ventricular or false vocal folds lie?
When are ventricular or false vocal folds used?
Infrahyoid laryngeal muscles are also called
larynx
1. helps close entryway into trachea so foreign substances do…
above true vocal folds
Where do the ventricular or false vocal folds lie?
59 terms
Praxis Speech-Language Pathology Chapter 6
Fluent Speech
Stuttering
Incidence
Prevalence
-produced with relative ease... - flowing... -smooth... -continuous... -r…
disorder of fluency and rhythm
-the rate of occurrence of a disorder or disease in a specifi…
- the number of people who have a disorder or disease at a gi…
Fluent Speech
-produced with relative ease... - flowing... -smooth... -continuous... -r…
Stuttering
disorder of fluency and rhythm
Patho Exam 5
the liver detoxifies and removes?
the liver stores?
the live activates?
the liver metabolizes absorbed food an…
drugs and alcohol
-glycogen... -Vitamins (ADEK)... -Fe (iron) and other minerals... -cho…
vitamin D
-carbs... -proteins... -lipids
the liver detoxifies and removes?
drugs and alcohol
the liver stores?
-glycogen... -Vitamins (ADEK)... -Fe (iron) and other minerals... -cho…
University of Saskatchewan ACB 310 lecture 1 and 2
Anatomy
Microscopic anatomy
Cytology
Histology
the study of external and internal structures and the physica…
Type of anatomy defined as structures that cannot be seen wit…
Study of cells
Study of tissues
Anatomy
the study of external and internal structures and the physica…
Microscopic anatomy
Type of anatomy defined as structures that cannot be seen wit…
32 terms
Heart Pathology
Heart Failure
Systolic Dysfunction
Diastolic Dysfunction
Frank-Starling mechanism
When the heart is no longer able to meet circulatory/metaboli…
Enlarged ventricles have compromised contraction... Can only pum…
Ventricles are stiff and fill with less blood than usual... Vent…
Heart eliminates all the blood that is returned to it... While m…
Heart Failure
When the heart is no longer able to meet circulatory/metaboli…
Systolic Dysfunction
Enlarged ventricles have compromised contraction... Can only pum…
72 terms
Pathoma - 17.4 Cerebrovascular Disease (CNS Pathology)
Glucose
3 to 5
85; 15
True... (Perfusion could decrease enough…
Neurons are dependent on serum _______ and are particularly s…
If deprived of glucose, neurons will undergo ischemia in ___…
Cerebrovascular Compromise:... ____% Ischemia... ____% Hemorrhage
True or False: atherosclerosis could be a cause of global cer…
Glucose
Neurons are dependent on serum _______ and are particularly s…
3 to 5
If deprived of glucose, neurons will undergo ischemia in ___…
60 terms
Praxis Speech-Language Pathology Ch 10 - Audiology
The Outer Ear
Pinna
External Auditory Canal
The middle ear
-composed of auricle/pinna and external auditory canal
-visible part of ear... -funnels sound... -helps in sound localizat…
-connects pinna to TM... -about 2.5 cm long... -secretes cerumen
-composed of: TM, ossicular chain and eustachian tube
The Outer Ear
-composed of auricle/pinna and external auditory canal
Pinna
-visible part of ear... -funnels sound... -helps in sound localizat…
37 terms
Pathophysiology union university Bsna
What is the main cell type to secrete…
What action is usually beneficial?
What is an IgA
What is the body's first line of defen…
Mast cell
Inflammation
Antibody
Skin and mucous membranes
What is the main cell type to secrete…
Mast cell
What action is usually beneficial?
Inflammation
Pathology
Pathogen
Prions
Bacteria
Spores
Disease-causing organism
Are unique among pathogens: they are composed of proteins, th…
Single-celled microorganisms that can survive outside a host
Coated bacteria that can survive for extended periods outside…
Pathogen
Disease-causing organism
Prions
Are unique among pathogens: they are composed of proteins, th…
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