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15 Cards in this Set

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D dimer test
test for thrombosis -- DIC (in DIC you are consuming clotting factors because of this, pt will be bleeding)
What is the most common source of Saddle Thrombus
from DVT – thrombophlebitis of lower extremity
Venous blockage causes
hemorrhagic necrosis
Arterial blockage causes
pale ischemic necrosis
Wedge shaped configuration is indicative of
new growth, growing without control-autonomously
benign tissue neoplasm ends in what suffix
malignant tissue neoplasm ends in what suffix
Salivary gland tumor
Benign:Pleomorphic adenoma (mixed tumor of salivary origin)

Malignant: mixed tumor of salivary gland origin
Renal anlage
malignant: Wilms tumor
Totipotential cells in gonads or in embryonic rests
benign: Mature teratoma, dermoid cyst

Malignant: Immature teratoma, teratocarcinoma
More Than One Neoplastic Cell Type Derived from More Than One Germ Cell Layer
Neoplasms tend to be _______
After time they become _______
monoclonal (all arise from single cell type)/
heterogeneous (via mutations)
signs of benign lesion
young age of patient
well circumscribed
homogeneous color
Signs of malignant neoplasm
older patient
poorly circumscribed margins
irregular color
necrotic center