MOR 366 - Funeral Pathology - Lesson 4.2
Inflammation of any or all of the four sinus cavities of the skull opening into the nasal passage.
Inflammation of the trachea.
Inflammation of the bronchi (main air passages to the lungs).
Condition in which the bronchi are hypersensitive to stimuli.
Inflammation of the lungs due to infection.
Pneumonia affecting only a single lobe of the lung.
Vascular congestion; distention.
The process of becoming solid.
The stage of pneumonia in which the lung tissue becomes redder than normal as a result of the engorgement and congestion of blood in the lungs.
The stage of lobar pneumonia when the consolidation of tissue begins to turn gray.
A type of pneumonia that affects smaller areas in several lobes.
Inflammation of the alveoli (tiny air sacs of the lungs).
Inflammation of the pleura (membrane around the lungs).
A collection of pus in a body cavity, esp. the pleural space.
A highly contagious disease of the lungs that causes lesions (tubercles).
Infiltration of the lungs with various forms of dust.
Inflammation of the respiratory system characterized by the presence of air pockets at the end of the bronchioles.
Bluish discoloration of the skin or mucous membrane due to lack of oxygen.
Inflammation of the pharynx (throat).
Inflammation of the larynx (voice box).
Also known as Coryza.
Condition of a collapsed lung.
Cleft palate (and lip)
A congenitally malformed palate with a fissure along the midline.
Formation of cavities in an organ or tissue; frequently seen in some forms of tuberculosis.
Excessive wasting away of the body.
Abnormal accumulation of fluid in the thoracic cavity.
Escape of blood from the vascular system.