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behavioral social and environmental factors
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Infection Processes & Inflamation
#1. What is a pathogen? - An agent that will cause a disease. #2. Name 5 infectious agents. - Prions Bacteria Viruses Fungi Parasites #3. What are prions? - Protein particles that lack a genome...
Joanna_Luca|4 years ago|±0|32 views
Sputum Bowl 2019 Pathology
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The Scientific Study of Disease
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MOR 366 - Funeral Pathology - Lesson 1.1
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jgaversa5|7 years ago|±0|55 views
Medicine: Calli CHF
#1. when does NY staging of HF start - stage C ACC/AHA and continues to stage D #2. what is stage A HF - high risk for developing HF: HTN, CAD, DM, FH of CM #3. what is stage B HF - asymptomatic HF...
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Path: Inflammation and Tissue Repair Robbins Addendum
#1. how long does the acute inflammatory process last - few minutes to few days #2. what are some events (general) associated with acute inflammation - fluid and plasma protein exudation neutrophili...
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Chapters 9 & 10, Hematopoietic System & Endocrine System
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