Inflammation and wound healing
#1. Inflammation is - a protective response that attempts to eliminate injurious agents and necrotic cells and tissues. #2. Acute inflammation - lasts minutes to days. #3. Chronic inflammation - la...
bluebells|7 years ago|±0|2 views
Inflammation and Healing
#1. Is very central to the injury and healing process with patients - The inflammatory process #2. Pain results from? - The inflammatory process and injury #3. DNA is located: - In the nucleus #4. ...
Rob_2point0|6 years ago|±0|7 views
Pathophysiology,Cellular injury and death, cellular adaptations and neoplasia
#1. Hypertrophy - an increase in cell size. #2. Atrophy - is a decrease or shrinkage in cellular size. #3. Hyperplasia - is an increase in the number of cells resulting from an increase rate of ce...
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#1. Infectious Agents - are caused by diverse living agents that replicate in their hosts. #2. Cellular Injury - Anything that puts stress on a cell leads to injury #3. Lack of Oxygen - Hypoxia #4....
MrsSerrano242|5 years ago|±0|14 views
Module 14 Part 3: Dermatological Disorders
#1. Herpes Simples Virus 1, 2 & 3 Which can lay dormant in trigeminal nerve(CN5)? - HSV-1: Head- Cold sores or cornea ; Trigeminal nerve HSV-2: Genital Sores; can be in Spinal Cord HSV-3: (VZV) Va...
mkeobounna|2 years ago|±0|5 views
Module 1 Cellular Adaptations
#1. Atrophy - Shrinking in cell size #2. Hypertrophy - increasing in cell size #3. Hyperplasia - Increasing in # of cells #4. Metaplasia - Cell that shouldnt be there #5. Dysplasia - Abnormal cel...
mkeobounna|3 years ago|±0|4 views
#1. Bronchiectasis vs Atelectasis - Bronchiectasis: Persistent abnormal dilation of Bronchus Atelectasis: collapsed lung #2. Hemophilia: Type A and Type B intrinsic or extrinsic system? Male or...
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