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The most common accumulation type encountered is?
Fatty change
This type of lipid accumulation is characterized by subcutaneous plaque-like lesions in the subcutis of poultry and cage birds, horses, and the muscles of Ayrshire cattle
xanthomatosis
name 4 complications associated with Atheromas that can lead to blockage of the vessel and infarction
(a) Thrombus formation
(b) Aneurysmal dilatation
(c) Calcification of the accumulated fats with outright "hardening" of the artery
(d) Rupture of the affected artery
An acquired lysosomal storage disease is _________________________
An acquired lysosomal storage disease is __chronic gentamicin toxicity__
Three types of substances that may be accumulated are
Normal cell constituents
Abnormal substances
Pigment
The primary example of impaired carbohydrate metabolism is _____________
The primary example of impaired carbohydrate metabolism is _Diabetes mellitus_
T/F - Lipid accumulated in "foamy" macrophages tend to be triglycerides
False - the lipids tend to be structural or functional
A change associated with the loss of adipose tissue is called ___________
Serous atrophy of fat