MOR 366 - Funeral Pathology - Lesson 4.1
Inflammation of the gums.
Inflammation of the pharynx resulting in a sore throat.
Inflammation of the esophagus brought on by esophageal reflux.
Inflammation of the stomach lining.
An open sore or lesion of the skin or mucous membrane accompanied by sloughing of inflamed necrotic tissue.
Inflammation of the small intestine.
Inflammation of the peritoneum (membrane that lines the wall of the abdomen and covers the abdominal organs).
Occurs when one segment of the intestine slips back into the previous segment of the intestine (like a telescope being closed.)
Occurs when the intestine twists on itself, preventing the movement of fecal matter through the bowel.
Abnormal protrusion of a part of an organ or tissue through a weak spot in the wall that normally contains it.
Inflammation of the large intestine (colon.)
Inflammation of the diverticula (small sacs that can form on the wall of the colon via the process of diverticulosis).
Condition of inflamed veins around the anus or lower rectum.
Inflammation of the liver.
Chronic, degenerative disorder of the liver.
Inflammation of the gallbladder.
The formation of gallstones.
An acute infection of the bile duct (of the gall bladder) caused by a blockage of the bile duct.
Inflammation of the pancreas.
Narrowing of the opening from the stomach to the first part of the small intestine; this opening is called the pylorus.
Inflammation of the appendix.
Can occur during the healing process when two sides grow back together and close off the lumen of the intestine.