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...
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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...
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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...
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Path Lecture: Infectious Disease 7
#1. what are the general types of fungal infections in terms of morphology - yeasts or molds #2. what are the general types of fungal infections in terms of location - cutaneous and systemic types #...
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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...
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Path Lecture: Infectious Disease 10: Labs
#1. what is the first test to detect HIV - ELISA #2. what will ELISA detect for HIV - antibodies for the virus #3. if an HIV ELISA is positive, what will be done - duplicate test: if either is reac...
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#1. what is the most commonly ordered test in medicine - CBC obviously #2. what does the CBC deal with - formed or cellular elements: WBCs, RBCs, platelets #3. what should always be noted with CBC ...
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#1. Starting with normal histology, what is the long form of the sequence of events until transmigration (diapedesis) in the progression of inflammation. - Normal histology to vasodilation to increas...
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#1. what is regeneration - growth of cells to replace lost tissues #2. what is healing - a reparative tissue response to a wound, inflammation or necrosis, often leads to fibrosis #3. what happens i...
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Chapters 9 & 10, Hematopoietic System & Endocrine System
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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: 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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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...
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Path Lecture: Vessels 5
#1. what is SVC syndrome a result of (generally) - compression of the SVC #2. what can SVC syndrome lead to - thrombosis or compression which impairs blood return to the RA #3. what is the most comm...
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