The Scientific Study of Disease
#1. Sequela - Any lesion following or caused by an attack of disease #2. Etiology - The study of the cause of disease #3. Epidemology - The study of the frequency and distibutionof disease #4. Path...
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#1. causes of neoplasia - chemicals viruses radiation - sun, xrays, nuclear fission #2. describe a neoplasia - abnormal formation of tissue serves no useful function proliferation of these cells...
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behavioral social and environmental factors
#1. biomedical model - cure/disease problem w/ health= pathology/condition problem w/ system= impairment #2. health status measured by: - birth/death rates, life expectancy, morbidity, quality of li...
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#1. health: - complete state of physical, mental, and social wellbeing #2. Illness: - deviation from a complete state #3. Acute: - short term #4. chronic: - long term, longer then 3 months, can ha...
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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
#1. What occurs when air escapes from the thorax and enters the subcutaneous tissue? - Crepitus (subcutaneous emphysema) #2. Where do your thumbs meet during chest excursion? - Midline at about th...
Sam_HofstetterZimmer|4 months ago|±0|3 views
lab tests and values
#1. APACHE: - -Acute Physiology And Chronic Health Eval -a system of prognosis for critically ill patients -first 24 hrs of hospital admit, predicts death rate and length of icu stay #2. lab tests se...
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MOR 366 - Funeral Pathology - Lesson 1.1
DMACC Mortuary Science
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Path Lecture: Neoplasia Targeted Review: Hallmarks of Cancer: self sufficient growth and insensitive to inhibition
#1. at what levels could a tumor self-sufficiently provide its own growth signals - growth factor growth factor receptor signal transductin pathway nuclear regulatory gene progression of cell cycle i...
jgaversa5|7 years ago|±0|55 views
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...
jgaversa5|7 years ago|±0|39 views
Path Lecture: Vessels 3
#1. what is an AAA usually secondary to - atherosclerosis of superior mes arteries, renal arteries coming off with increased turbulence and things that cause medial degeneration/necrosis that lead to...
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Path Lecture: Vessels 4
#1. what is red white and blue disease - marked vasodilation of extremities affectiing fingers and toes that can cause pallor, rubor, and then cyanosis due to vessels over-reacting to some stimulus #...
jgaversa5|7 years ago|±0|16 views
Path Lecture: Physical Injury, Environmental, and Nutrition
#1. why would we call this climate change - trapping of infrared rays changes everything, from rain to evaporation, to wind pattern #2. what is the evidence of climate change - accelerated rise 1.08...
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