Chapter 16: Liver and Gallbladder
#1. Where do the portal vein and the hepatic artery enter the inferior aspect of the liver? - porta hepatis (hilum) #2. What is the most common model used to describe the hepatic microarchitecture?...
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Chapter 41: Drugs for Medical Emergencies
#1. In studies surveying the incidence and type of medical emergencies in dental practice, many of the report medical emergencies. When do most medical emergencies in dental practice occur? - Man...
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Path: Myopathies and Neuropathies
#1. what are the 7 types of neuropathies - inflammatory infectious hereditary acquired traumatic neoplasia #2. what are the 9 types of myopathies - denervation dystrophies ion channel congenital ge...
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Chapter 32: Hepatitis Viruses
#1. (...) is inflammation of the liver caused by viruses, bacteria, protozoa, toxins, and drugs. - hepatitis #2. What six viruses cause hepatitis? - hepatitis A virus (HAV) hepatitis B virus (HBV...
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Chapter 3: Inflammation and Repair
#1. What is inflammation? - A response of vascularized tissues to infections and tissue damage that brings cells and molecules of host defense from the circulation to the sites where they are nee...
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#1. what is the sperm journey from seminiferous tubules to spongy urethra - seminiferous tubules straight tubules rete testis efferent ductules epididymis vas deferens seminal vesicles ejaculatory du...
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Chapter 11: Gastrointestinal Disease
#1. What is the a well-defined break in the GI mucosa, at least 0.5 mm in diameter, called? - peptic ulcer #2. Where do peptic ulcer develop principally? - Tn regions of the GI tract that are prox...
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Chapter 11: Salivary Gland Pathology
#1. What condition is characterized by congenital absence of one or more major salivary glands? - salivary gland aplasia #2. What is the most significant symptom associated with salivary gland apla...
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Chapter 14: The Immune System & Lymphoid Organs
#1. What system in the body provides defense against infectious agents? - immune system #2. What are the two partially overlapping divisions of the immune system? - innate immunity adaptive immunit...
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Path Lecture: GI Disease 1
#1. what epithelium covers the oral cavity - stratified squamous #2. what specialized structure is in the oral cavity in addition to the stratified squamous epithelium and connective tissue - saliva...
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Path: GI Esophagus and Stomach
#1. what all is included in the GI system - esophagus stomach small/large bowel appendix,peritoneum #2. what all can go wrong with the esophagus - congenital abnormalities achalasia hiatal hernia di...
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#1. what parts of the female reproductive system have Mullerian derivation - tubular: fallopian tubes, uterus, cervix, vagina, vulva) #2. what parts of the female reproductive system are NOT mulleria...
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Chapter 31: Insulin, Oral Hypoglycemics, and Glucagon
#1. The endocrine system of the pancreas comprises the (...), which contain four types of cells that synthesize and secrete different polypeptide hormones - islets of Langerhans #2. Insulin is pr...
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Chapter 21: Organ Transplantation
#1. What are the two essential principles of organ transplantation? - the immunology underlying donor and recipient matching the need for immunosuppressive therapy #2. What are two unique featu...
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