Animal Disease- Clinical Signs

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longer lived leukocytes that are activated once they leave the blood strem
edema fluid with a low protein concentrationspecific gravity
accumulation of fluid in the intercellular space is what?
Is diminished outflow of blood causing the area to turn dark red or blue active or passive?signs: decreased temp
increased blood flow to a site of the body is
loss of protein or decreased intake is linked with edema from what?
leukocytes that are the activated form of monocytes
decrease in size or mass as a result of decrease in number or size of cellsreasons: disuse, nerve damage, aging
edema fluid with a high protein concentrationspecific gravity >1.015
the manner in which a disease develops is
death of cells or tissue- usually white or blackcauses: infection, injury, radiation, chemicals, heat, loss of blood supply
the study of the causes of disease is
exudate composed mostly of fibrinex: traumatic reticulopericarditis (Hardware disease)
exudate containing slime-like substance composed of glandular secretions and cells
leukocytes used for more specific actions such as parasitic and allergic, also phagocytosis and lysosomal
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the deterination (forecast) of the outcome of an illness is the
exudates are classified based on their ____ constituent
first leukocyte on the scene, short-lived (24 to 48 hrs)
Is dilation of vessels causing excess blood to be shunted to a specific body part active or passive?signs: reddish, increased warmth, increased pulse
exudate that is mostly fluid, low protein, yellowish color
a complex of cytologic and histologic reactions occurring in affected blood vessels and adjacent tissues in response to an injury or abnormal stimulation is:signs: heat, redness, swelling, pain, loss of function
exudate that contains pus, found in abscesses
increased capillary permeability, such as from allergic response, is linked with what type of edema?
An increase in the size of cells while number of cells stays the sameex: bodybuilder, genetics
increase of blood in a part, can be active or passive
leukocytes that are T and B cells that live longer, used to directly attack and kill as well as produce antibodies
Congestive heart failure, liver disease, and kidney disease are linked with edema from what?
exudate composed of mucus and pus, found in tissues that secrete mucus
cells that are loaded with inflammatory mediators and have extremely rapid responses
abnormal increase in the number of normal cells in normal arrangement

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