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atrophy
decrease in cell size
hypertrophy
increase in cell size
hyerplasia
increase in number of cells
metaplasia
replacement of adult cells
dysplasia
deranged cell growth of a specific tissure
normal body substances
lipids, proteins, carbohydrates, melanin, etc.
abnormal endogenous products
those resulting from inborn errors of metabolism
exogenous products
environment agents and pigments not broken down by the cell
dystrophic calcification
occurs in dead or dying tissue
metastatic calcification
occurs in normal tissue
injury from physical agents
mechanical forces, extremes of temperature, electrical forces
radiation injury
ionizing, ultraviolet, non-ionizing
chemical injury
drugs, lead toxicity