Path Lecture: Cardiac 1
#1. what might you order with the ASO test - anti-DNAase B #2. why would you order ASO test - determine whether a person has had a recent streptococcal infection in the case of potential symptoms fr...
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Path Lecture: Immune Review
#1. does innate immunity require a primer - no #2. does innate immunity use antigetns - no #3. what are the members of innate immunity - epithelial barriers of skin, GI, resp phagocytic leukocytes ...
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Path Lecture: Neoplasia 2
#1. how are cells normally activated for proliferation - 1. binding of GF to specific receptor on cell membrane 2. transietnt activation of growth factor activaiting signal transudtion proteins on in...
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Path Lecture: Physical Injury, Environmental, and Nutrition
#1. what are the systemic effects of burns - fluid shifts hypermetabolic and hypoproteinic inhalation injury decreased immmunity and susceptibility to infection #2. what opportunistic infection is ve...
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Path Lecture: Cardiac 4
#1. where do you find toxoplasmosis gondi - house cats/cattle #2. what diseases does toxoplasmosis gondi lead to - seizures and heart problems #3. what are the new world trypanosomes carried by - r...
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Path Lecture: Neoplasia 3
#1. what is the idea behind immune surveillance in tumors - recognize non-self objects and function in malignant processes; if you have an altered protein, it may or may not be recorgnized #2. what a...
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Path Lecture: Infectious Disease 2
#1. what are the host factors that we use to fight off bugs (general) - barriers bug removal normal flora agnets we release into the local environment immune system/memory #2. what are the barriers t...
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Path Lecture: Pulmonary Disease 7
#1. do all heavy smokers get lung cancer - no only 10% #2. how much does asbestos exposure increase lung cancer risk in nonsmokers - 5 times #3. how much does asbestos exposure increase lung cancer ...
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Path Lecture: Pulmonary Disease 8: Labs
#1. when would blood gases be orders - someone having worsening symptoms of respiatory problem like difficulty breathing or SOB (asthma or COPD possibly) monitor treatment for lung diseases and evalu...
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Path Lecture: GI Disease 3
#1. what is the incidence of squamous cell carcinmoa in esophagus - 2-8/100,000 #2. what demographic typically is at highest risk for squamous cell carcinoma in esophagus - older black males who smo...
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Path Lecture: GI Disease 8
#1. are colorectal adenocarcinomas higher incidencing in west or asia/africa - west #2. what ar ethe environmental factors that lead to colorectal adenocarcinoma - low fiber, high processed foods, o...
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Path Lecture: GI Disease 5
#1. how long is the small intestine - 6 m #2. what is a very prominent histological finding in SI - villi covered by microvilli and epithelial cells to increase SA #3. what is at the base of adjacen...
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Path Lecture: GI Disease 9
#1. what does CEA stand from - carcinoembryonic antigen #2. what is CEA used fro - monitor treatment of people diagnosed with colon cancer mostly and prognosis and spread #3. if you find CEA in a bo...
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Path Lecture: Liver and Pancreas 5
#1. what is the inheritance of A1AT def - codominant AD #2. what is the normal A1AT allele - M #3. so what is the normal A1AT GENOTYPE - PiMM #4. what is the worst variant of A1AT - PiZZ #5. what ...
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