Chapters 9 & 10, Hematopoietic System & Endocrine System
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Path Lecture: Neoplasia
#1. what is cancer - unregulated cell growth of a clone of cells with accumulations of mutated DNA #2. what does a parenchyma consist of - specific component cells of an organ or tissue #3. what typ...
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Path Lecture: Inflammation and Repair 2
#1. if you got rid of all parenchyma of organs what would you have left - collagen and frameowrk and ductowrk #2. what happens in cirrhosis of the liver cellular architecture wise - you have hepatoc...
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Path Lecture: Hemodynamics
#1. what is prothrombin time a measure of - measure of extrinsic pathway of coagulation #2. what does the INR stand for - international normalized ratio #3. what types of things will PT be used to c...
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Path Lab Block I: Cell Death, Inflammation, Neoplasia
#1. what is this tissue what is being pointd out by top arrow bottom arrow - heart epicardium myocardium #2. top? right? - top: mesothelila cells right: where epicardial space would be #3. top - en...
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Path Lecture: Cell Adaptation, Injury, Death
#1. what does Braun add to the normal study of disease quartet? - functional consequences instead of clinical manifestation intervention and therapeutics #2. what is the role of intervention and ther...
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#1. what are some WBC/lymphoid disorders - leukemias lymph nodes spleen/thymus #2. how many of all WBCs are PMNs - 2/3 #3. what is the drumstick sticking out in this picture - X chromosome #4. wher...
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Path Lecture: Liver and Pancreas 2
#1. what is cirrhosis - diffuse process characterized by fibrosis and conversion of normal liver architecture into structurally abnormal nodules #2. what are the major causes of cirrhosis - alcoholi...
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Path: Breast and Female Repro and Breast Lab
#1. where do lactiferous ducts confluens - nipple #2. how many lactiferous ducts are there - 16-20 #3. what are the major arteris of the breast - lateral thoracic and internal thoracic #4. what is ...
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#1. where do basal cell carcinomas come from - stratum basale #2. what does the stratum spinosum have - prickle cells/acanthocytes #3. what are the majority of the cells in the stratified sqamous ep...
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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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#1. what is this cell - lymphocyte #2. what do lymphocytes represent - chornic inflammatory response #3. what immune cell is described as "hairy" - lymphocytes #4. what do lymphocytes kind of look ...
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Path: Lower Urinary Tract
#1. what is most of the lower urinary tract in terms of embryology - metanephric tissue #2. what are the uniquely male and female tracts that exist in the body - wolffian and mullerian #3. does the ...
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Path: Cell Adaptation, Injury, Death; Robbins Addendum
#1. what are the crucial cell injury biochemical and funcitonal abnormalities - mitochondra: generating ATP and ROS distrubance of Ca damage to plasma and lysosomal membranes damage to DNA and misfol...
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