Pathology of disease

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Pathology of disease
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2013-03-11 07:29:31
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Pathology of dz clin med
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  1. Cell function is altered but cell is not destroyed
    Sublethal
  2. Increase in cell size or number
    Proliferation
  3. Causing necrosis cell death
    LethalLet half
  4. Deterioration of cell function
    Cell degeneration
  5. Programmed cell death normal
    Apoptosis
  6. Underlying principal of pathology is that all disease is due to
    Cell injury or change
  7. Reduces aerobic oxidative respiration
    HypoxiaHypoxia
  8. increase in size of cells
    Hypertrophy
  9. Increase in number of cells in organ or tissue
    Hyperplasia
  10. Mammary tissue enlargement during pregnancy is an example of
    Hormonal hyperplasia
  11. Decrease in cell size and number that results in reduced size of organ or tissue
    Atrophy
  12. severe muscle wasting
    Cachexia
  13. contains dead and dying tissue cells that are partially liquified and the WBC made by the body to clean pun the process
    Liqufaction necrosis
  14. Example of liquefaction necrosis
    Pus
  15. Pus develops in a pocket and puts pressure on surrounding tissue. the area usually responds by walling of the pus with fibrous connective tissue
    abscess

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