Pathology II- Respiratory

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Pathology II- Respiratory
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  1. Hypoplasia of lungs is due to what two conditions in the uterus?
    • Oligohydramnios
    • Renal abnormality
  2. Bronchogenic cyst results from the detachment of what primitive structure?
    primitive foregut
  3. CPAM-1-congenital pulmonary artery malformation is lined by what size cysts?
    CPAM-2?
    • large-good prognosis
    • medium-poor prognosis
  4. Obstructive Atelectasis is caused by what?
    trachea shift where?
    • COPD or chronic obstruction
    • mediastinum shift toward the affected lung
  5. Compressive atelectasis results from what?
    • pneumothorax, pleural effusion
    • mediastinum shift away from affected lung
  6. Patchy atelectasis results from what?
    loss of surfactant
  7. Contraction atelectasis results from what?
    fibrosis due to infection
  8. Which type of atelectasis is irriversible?
    contraction
  9. Homogenous thickening of the artery occurs in what Dz?
    DM
  10. Granulomas present in a vasculitis occur in what two diseases?
    • Giant cell arteritis
    • Takayasu
  11. Transmural inflammation is seen in in what vasculitis?
    PAN
  12. What bacteria produce atypical pneumonia?
    • Chlamydia
    • Mycoplasma
    • Legionella
  13. Dullness and decreased breath sounds are seen in what pulmonary condition?
    pulmonary
  14. 4 stages of bacterial pneumonia?
    • stage 1- congestion, RBC extravasated, neutrophils, edma
    • Stage 2- red hepatization
    • Stage 3-gray hepatization
    • Stage 4- resolution--end of inflammation
  15. Osler

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