MOR 366 - Funeral Pathology - Lesson 5.3
The condition which results in the failure of the pancreas to secrete proper amounts of insulin.
Hyperfunction of the pituitary gland after ossification has been completed.
The hypersecretion of somatotropin prior to the normal ossification of bones in children, resulting in the enlargement of the bones to make the person abnormally tall.
The condition of being abnormally small.
The condition in which the pituitary gland does not secrete the proper amount of anti-diuretic hormone thus allowing excessive elimination of dilute (watery) urine.
Congenital hypothyroidism resulting in developmental disabilities.
Infiltration of the skin by mucopolysaccharides, which give it a waxy or coarsened appearance and create nonpitting edema.
Enlargement of the thyroid gland.
A condition caused by an insufficient or absent secretion of the parathyroid glands.
A condition caused by excessive levels of parathyroid hormone in the body.
A progressive failure of the adrenal glands and by insufficient production of steroid hormones, resulting in the bronze discoloration of the skin.
Hyperadrenalism characterized by an increase in blood sugar levels.
Acute adrenal failure due to hemorrhage into the adrenal gland caused by meningococcal infection.
An inflammatory disease of the sebaceous follicles of the skin, marked by comedones, papules, and pustules. It is exceptionally common in puberty and adolescence. Acne usually affects the face, chest, back, and shoulders. In severe cases, cysts, nodules, and scarring occur.
The excessive secretion of oil on the scalp that leads to dandruff.
A severe case of dermatitis due to the skin coming in contact with toxins or poisons and resulting in an itchy red rash that initially weeps or oozes serum and may become crusted, thickened, or scaly.
A chronic skin disorder in which red papules and scaly silvery plaques with sharply defined borders appear on the body surface.
A multistage infection caused by the spirochete Treponema pallidum.
Inflammation of the lymphatic vessels draining an inflamed or infected body part.
Inflammation of a tonsil.
Enlargement of the spleen.
Abnormally enlarged lymph nodes.
A malignant lymphoma whose pathological hallmark is the Reed-Sternberg (RS) cell.
Any of a group of malignant tumors of B or T lymphocytes.
An under-active thyroid gland.
An over-active thyroid gland.