MOR 366 - Funeral Pathology - Lesson 1.3
The deterioration of tissues with corresponding functional impairment as a result of disease or injury.
The passage and accumulation of a substance into cells, tissues, or organs.
Normal or pathological coloration of skin or tissues.
The enlargement of an organ or structure due to the increase in the SIZE of the cells composing it.
Pathological death of cells, tissues, and organs while still a part of the living organism.
Necrotic tissue resulting from inadequate venous drainage accompanied by the invasion of saprophytic bacteria.
Dry gangrene (Ischemic necrosis)
Necrotic tissue due to a reduction in arterial blood supply to a body part that remains aseptic.
Congenital absence of one or more limbs.
A congenitally malformed palate with a fissure along the midline.
The increase in the size of an organ or tissue due to the excessive but regulated increase in the NUMBER of its cells.
Underdevelopment of a tissue, organ, or the body.
A defect or deformity.
Replacement of one type of tissue into a form that is not normally found there.
A congenital condition in which the proximal portions of the limbs are poorly developed or absent. .
A congenital defect in which part of the vertebral column is absent or there is incomplete closure.
The replacement of damaged cells with normal cells of the same type.
Failure of tissue or an organ to develop normally.
Abnormal protrusion of a part of an organ or tissue through a weak spot in the wall that normally contains it.
A wasting; decrease in the size of an organ or tissue.