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___the science of disease
pathology
___semi science of naming disease
nosology
___experience, human condition, suffering
pathos
___nausea, disease, physically sick
nosos
___one of the generic mechanisms common to many diseases (inflammation, mutation, edma, thrombosis)
Pathogenesis or disease process
___how physiology is affected by a disease or a course with little pics
pathophysiology
____ is Bodys response to disease in stereotyped ways
general pathology
___ concerns with specific diseases that afect the various organ systems of the body.
systemic pathology
____ is making diagnosis by examining tissues
anatomic pathology
___ concerned with lab stuff, blood banking , clinical hematology, clinical chemistry, clinical microbiology
clincial pathology
___how physiology is affected by a disease or a course with little pics
pathophysiology
____ is Bodys response to disease in stereotyped ways
general pathology
___ concerns with specific diseases that afect the various organ systems of the body.
systemic pathology
____ is making diagnosis by examining tissues
anatomic pathology
___ concerned with lab stuff, blood banking , clinical hematology, clinical chemistry, clinical microbiology
clincial pathology
___how physiology is affected by a disease or a course with little pics
pathophysiology
____ is Bodys response to disease in stereotyped ways
general pathology
___ concerns with specific diseases that afect the various organ systems of the body.
systemic pathology
____ is making diagnosis by examining tissues
anatomic pathology
___ concerned with lab stuff, blood banking , clinical hematology, clinical chemistry, clinical microbiology
clincial pathology
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__ subspecialty under anatomic pathology concerned with medicolegal issues
forensic pathology
study of disease in primitive societies
paleopathology
__ tissue removed from living
biopsy
___needle removed few cells or tissue, core biopsy, aspiration biopsy
closed biopsy
__incision made to remove larger mass of tissue
open biopsy
___mass or entire organ removed for diagnosis and/or cure
excisional biopsy
__examine all or part of dead body
autopsy/necropsy
___the pts subjective observations
symptoms
__evidence of disease found by physician
signs
___physical X ray or lab results
findings
___pathologic changes(anatomic derangement) that pathologist observes
lesions
___cluster of related symptoms/signs due to a single cause in any individual patient
syndrome
___ condition which interferes with normal response to minor hazards
diathesis
___cause of a disease
etiology
____ genetic component of a disease
intrinsic etiology
___ everything else that can cause a disease bugs, physical injury, poisons, nutrition
extrinsic etiology
___sequence of events disease develops
pathogenesis
__ microorganism that causes disease
pathogen
____ pathologst can observe grossly or microscopically
morphology
___ a certain abnormality found in only 1 condition (fetal heartbeat)
pathognomonic
____ mild variant of a disease that can teach us about the similar disease
forme fruste
___ has clear anatomic/chemical lesion
organic disease
___does not have clear anatomic/chemical lesion
functional disease
___number of new cases per unit time
incidence
___number of new cases at any one time
prevelance
___ how much your situation increases your chance of getting the disease
risk
_____ the name given to the disease
diagnosis
___the outcome expected from a particular case
prognosis
chorio
placenta
pheochromocyto
adrenal medulla
__ or ___ is mass of normal tissue in wrong place
choristoma/ectopia
lymphoma, mesothelioma, myeloma, astrocytoma, carcinoid, glioma, ependymoma, seminoma, hepatoma, melanoma, dysgerminoma, leukemia
all are malignant but have benign names