#1. what are the heart diseases broken up into - ischemic heart disease and everything else #2. what are the parts of the "everything else" of heart disease - congenital hypertensive valvular cardio...
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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: Cardiac 2
#1. what are most cases of CHF due to - CHD/HTN and subsequent ischemic injury #2. what are some causes of CHF - viral myocarditis EtOH #3. what does acute left heart failure lead to - acute pulmo...
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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: Infectious Disease 5
#1. what are the gram positive pyogenic infectious agents - staph and strep families #2. how would you tell staph aureus and epidermidis apart via a test - coagulase test: aureus positive, epidermid...
jgaversa5|7 years ago|±0|36 views
Path Lecture: Infectious Disease 6
#1. what is the gram stain of mycobacterium TB - acid fast, no gram stain #2. what type of mycobacterium are there - many types: avium and leprae #3. what are acid fast bacteria known for in particu...
jgaversa5|7 years ago|±0|31 views
Path Lecture: Infectious Disease 1
#1. what three things combine to decide if a disease will develop (general) - host bug (plasmid changes) environment (both local and global) #2. what are phenotypic traits now associated with in rega...
jgaversa5|7 years ago|±0|55 views
Path Lecture: Infectious Disease 3
#1. what are the noted acute/transiet viral infections that we talked about - rhinovirus influenza measles/rubeola mumps polio enteric viruses west nile hemorrhagic fevers #2. how does rhinovirus cau...
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Path Lecture: Infectious Disease 4
#1. what are the viruses we talked about as chornic/latent viral infections - Herpesvirus CMV VZV #2. what is the difference between latency and chronic viral infection - latency implies that th evi...
jgaversa5|7 years ago|±0|21 views
Path Lecture: Pulmonary Disease 5
#1. what is an infection of the lung called - pneumonia #2. what are the lung defense mechanisms - mucosal lining of the airway, mucus trapping, mucociliary elevatnor, intra-alveolar MPs complement ...
jgaversa5|7 years ago|±0|60 views
Path Lecture: Pulmonary Disease 2
#1. what tests are used to evaluate obstructive vs restrictive pulmonary diseases gnereally - PFTs (FVC and FEV1) #2. at a basic level what does a restrictive disease do - restricts the amount of ai...
jgaversa5|7 years ago|±0|92 views
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 ...
jgaversa5|7 years ago|+1|52 views
Path Lecture: Pulmonary Disease 6
#1. what are the deep mycosal infections that are thermally dimorphic - histo blasto coccidio #2. what are the commonly considered fungal infection types - superifical or deep #3. how will the therm...
jgaversa5|7 years ago|±0|57 views