Patho- Inflammation 3

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Patho- Inflammation 3
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2015-04-14 21:19:06
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  1. The capacity for repair and resolution is _________-dependent based on __________ and the ___________ of various cell populations.
    tissue; vascularity; post-differentiation replicative ability
  2. Cell numbers fall during resolution due to.. (3)
    decreasing gradients of chemotactic factors, necrosis, and apoptosis
  3. What are the 4 stages of healing?
    hemostasis (immediate) --> acute inflammation removes irritant --> proliferation forms granulation tissue --> remodeling causes wound contraction and re-epithelialization
  4. Process whereby damaged cells are replaced by cells of the same phenotype, yielding complete restoration.
    regeneration repair
  5. 3 types of labile cells (continuously replicating throughout life).
    BM, mucosal and cutaneous tissues
  6. 3 types of stable cells (have some post-natal proliferative potential).
    parenchyma in kidney, liver, and glandular endocrine organs
  7. 3 types of permanent cells (have no postnatal mitotic potential).
    cardiac and skeletal muscle, neurons
  8. Process whereby damaged tissue that cannot be otherwise repaired is replaced with fibrous connective tissue, resulting in a cicatrix (scar).
    substitution repair
  9. Principals for promotion of proper healing and repair. (4)
    minimize damage, contain tissue drying, promote repair by tissue debridement and a good supportive environment
  10. In non-mammals, the predominant acute inflammatory cell type is _________.
    heterophils
  11. In non-mammals, simple bacteria induce _____________.
    heterophilic granulomas
  12. In non-mammals, complex bacteria induce ______________.
    pure granulomatous inflammation
  13. In non-mammals, re-epithelialization grows ___________; in mammals, re-epithelialization grows ____________.
    over the clot; from underneath the surface as exudate
  14. In non-mammals, fibroplasia and neovascularization develop from ______________; in mammals, it develops from _____________.
    from the base of the wound vertically; from the sides
  15. In non-mammals, wound healing is a ______________ process.
    temperature-dependent

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