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35 Cards in this Set

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Most common cause of Cell Injury


1st Sign of Cell Injury

Cell Swelling

Cloudy Swelling aka? Example?

Hydropic Degeneration in Acute Tubular Necrosis

Small Amorphous Bodies? What? When? Where?

Myelin Figures?

Most important factor in Cell Injury?

Cystolic Calcium

Nuclear Damage in reversible injury

Irreversible damage in Calcium

Stages and Terminology of Nuclear Damage

Coagulative Necrosis is most commonly seen in?


Zenker's Necrosis? Seen where? Done by? Type of?

Fat Necrosis. Most common location? Special Feature?

Fibrinoid Necrosis. Seen in? Mechanism?

Apoptosis: Pathological & Physiological

Most Characteristic feature of Apoptosis under Microscope

Chromatin Clumping/Chromatin Condensation

Marker of Apoptosis

Annexin V

Apoptotic Bodies

Councilman's bodies

Apoptotic bodies in Viral Hepatitis

Hallmark of Apoptosis Activation

Active Caspase

Characteristic difference b/w Apoptosis & Necrosis seen on Gel Electrophoresis

Initiation and Execution Caspase number

Apoptotic proto-oncogene genes

Anti-Apoptotic Proto-oncogene

Stress Sensor/Apoptotic Gene BH-3 only protein

Location of Apoptotic and Anti-Apoptotic gene

How does intrinsic pathway start?

How is Apoptosome formed?

How is Caspase-9 Activated?

Extrinsic Pathway: best defined by? Mechanism?

Flip protein

Hallmark of neuronal Apoptosis Activation

Apoptosis Inducing Factors

Necroptosis V/s Pyroptosis

TNFR-1 mechanism

Pyroptosis: mechanism

Free Radical Damage: produced by? Effect on? Examples? Most Reactive