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viral infection pneumonia comm-acq.
stapplococcus aureus
least closely assoc. w. cigarettes, CA
adenocarcinoma
AIDS patients pneumonia type
pneumocystis
alpha 1 trypsin deficiency
genetic, causes emphysema
steatosis
fatty chg liver, drugs, alc, diabetes, obesity
mallory bodies
in alcoholic liver disease - in hepatocytes
causes of cirrhosis
wilsons, hemochromatosis, heb B
vW disease - signs
abnormal PTT and bleed time, normal platelets and PT
leiomyoma
fibroid (uterus) benign cyst
lack of differentiation
anaplasia
infections aids patients and organ donors
inhalation infections
fresh thrombus
no fibroblasts
fresh thrombus
platelets, fibrin, leukocytes, RBCs
first step after MI
coagulative necrosis
cavitation in TB
moving to other body parts - contagious
atypical community acq. pneumonia
mycoplasma pneumonia
liver does not
store vitamin C or iron
Giant cell tumour is not
common in childhood
tuberculosis not helped by what lymph cell
plasma
what anemia has neuro complications
megaloblastic
HIV patients - cause of brain lesions
toxoplasma gondi
iron uptake optimal where
jejunum
most comm leukemia - adults
chronic lymphocytic leukemia
May cause encephalitis
arbo, herpes, HIV, Cytomegalo viruses
coronary artery narrowing
angina pectoris
giant multinucleated TB cells
langhans
gene associated with melanoma
P16 gene
melanoma measure
breslow thickness
normal bone growth vs abnormal
lamellar, apositional
bone modelling where
howships lacunae
bone spurs
osteophytes
pseudogout where
knee, hip, spine
osteosarcoma gene mutations
Tp53, Rb
nodes on fingers - osteoarthritis
heberdens
hashimotos - type of disease
autoimmune
graves disease
overstim thyroid
iron overload
hemochromatosis
copper buildup
wilsons disease
excess bilirubin
choleostasis
prim. biliary. cirrhosis
autoimmune attack - bile duct
prim sclerosing cholangitis
bile duct atrophy
steatohep vers hepatitis dmg liver zones
zone 3 vs. portal tracts
ulcers acid, genetics, gastric, duodenal
gastric - AType, low acid, duodenal, Otype, high acid
rigid thickened stom. wall
linitis plastica
low potassium
hypokalemia
villous adenoma
no stalk - cauliflower - sessile