Path, E1/1

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Path, E1/1
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  1. What occurs during Perfusions Injury?
    • Ca influx
    • Reactive O2
    • Cytokines
  2. What occurs during Free Radical Injury?
    • Lipid Per-Oxidation of Membrane
    • DNA Lesions
    • Cross Linking of Proteins
  3. In which organs are the First manifestations of Acute Cellular Swelling (6):
    • Liver
    • Kidney
    • Muscle
    • Glandular Tissues
    • Glial Cell of Brain
    • Adrenals
    • = Pale, Turgor & Heavy
  4. What is the micro appearance during acute cellular swelling?
    • Ground-Glass Appearance in Cytoplasm
    • Small Vacuoles
    • Nuclear Swelling
  5. What are the nuclear changes that occur with necrosis?
    • Pyknosis
    • Karyorrhexis
    • Karyolysis
  6. What are the cytoplasm changes that occur with necrosis?
    • Increased cytoplasmic eosinophilia
    • Depletion of cytoplasmic Glycogen
  7. Types of Necrosis:
    • Coagulative
    • Liquificative
    • Caseous
    • Fat
  8. Types of calcification:
    • Dystrophic Calcification
    • Metastatic Calcification
  9. What are the causes of metastatic Calcification (8)?
    • Parathyroid
    • CRF
    • XS Vitamin D (plants, rodenticides)
    • Granulomatous Dz (TB, fungus)
    • Neoplasia
    • Lymphoma
    • AS Adenocarcinoma
    • Myeloma
  10. Signs of Hypercalcemia
    • PU/PD
    • Anorexia
    • Constipation
    • V
    • CRF

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