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Pathology
Study of diseases
pathogenesis
mechanism of disease, how does it develop
Etiology
causes of disease
Lesions
Disease site
Diagnosis
name of disease
Prognosis
probable outcome (survival rate)
Ischemia
reduced blood flow
ischemic necrosis
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hyperplasia
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atrophy
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hypertrophy
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Factitious disease
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Iatrogenic disease
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what causes idiopathic diease
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How does cellular necrosis differ from apoptosis?
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What triggers the inflammatory response
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Are metaplasia's reversible?
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How do pulmonary and esophageal epithelial metaplasias develop?
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T/F
Cellular injury and adaptive changes are seen in the cytoplasm, while features of necrosis are seen mainly in the nucleus.
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Microscopic features of hyperplasia, atrophy, hypertrophy, fatty change, cloudy swelling, and pynosis
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Two major contributions that Dr. Virchow made to pathology...
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5 signs and symptoms of acute inflammation?
redness
heat
pain, doesnt hurt all the time (only palpation)
swelling
loss of function
Signs and symptoms for chronic inflammation
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List the sequence of microscopic events that occur in acute and chronic inflammation.
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what is inflammatory edema?
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How does arachidonic acid formation influence the inflammatory response?
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Define a chemical mediator
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List the assigned chemical mediators.
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List the cells of acute and chronic inflammation.
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Abcess
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What type of necrosis would an abcess produce?
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Healing by primary intention vs healing by second intention
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Sequence in the formation of adhesion
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State how granulation tissue evolves into scar tissue.
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What is gradulation tissue composed of?
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What is the relationship of scar tissue to the amount of granulation tissue?
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State how aspirin, corticosteroids, and antihistamines have an antiinflammatory action.
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What are statins?
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What are the features of wound contraction and the wound strenth of sutures?
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List the gross and microscopic features of cellulitis, ersipelas, and impetigo.
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What are the clinical features of lyphangitis and lymphadenopathy?
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Complications of wound healing
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