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Where are ROS formed?
Type of Calcification in damaged heart valves and skeletal muscle
Cell swelling, vacuole formation, blebbing of plasma membrane, swelling of mitochondria, dilation of ER, fatty changes, pallor, turgor, and weight are types of what?
Adhesion molecule for transmigration found on both leukocytes and endothelial molecules
Occurs in Day 1-2 of Primary Intention where neutrophils liquefies the necrotic tissue and macrophage phagocytoses cellular debris and signals repair
Type of necrosis associated with tuberculosis
Condition when lymph nodes become inflamed
Type of adaptive change associated with weight training, uterus in pregnancy, and hypertension
Secreted by Eosinophils and important in parasitic infections
Occurs in Day 3 of Primary Intention where labile cells regenerate and there is newly formed epithelium
Type of Calcification associated with Vitamin D intoxication, Multiple Myeloma, Hyperparathyroidism, and Paget's Disease
Increase in the number of follicles in the lymph nodes in reaction to inflammation
Occurs in Day 5 of Primary Intention where there is angiogenesis, sprouting of endothelial cells from preexisting capillaries, and horizontal collagen fibers
Condition when lymphatic vessels become secondarily inflamed
C5-C9 and makes a hole on the bacteria
Occurs in Day 3 of Primary Intention an forms this specialized 'Organ of Repair'
Type of necrosis associated with pancreatitis and trauma in the breast
Type of skin wound healing where there is extensive tissue destruction, ulcer, burns, and abscesses
Used in non-oxidative bacterial killing and degrades molecules
Type of Calcification where the blood calcium level is normal and occurs in dead or injured cells
Condition where there is EXTENSIVE exudate accumulation, granulation tissue grow into the exudate, and exudate is transformed into fibrous tissue
Type of necrosis associated with bacterial infection, abscess, hypoxic cell death in the brain, and wet gangrene
Adhesion molecule on leukocyte used for adhesion and binds to Glycam-1 or CD34
Deposited in many organs and tissues whenever there is systemic overload of iron
Occurs in Month 1 of Primary Intention where the tissue is avascular and lacks hair and nerve supply
Type of adaptive change associated with glands in breast feeding, bone marrow in high altitudes, and does not occur in nerves, cardiac muscles, or skeletal muscles
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Erosion of the mucosal surface -e.g. surface mucosa of the gut
Intracellular protein accumulation resulting from cell injury from alcohol
Occurs in Day 1 of Primary Intention where it is formed from plasma fibrin and for a barrier to invading microorganisms
Increase in the number of immature neutrophils. In severe infection, referred to as Leukemoid Reaction
Causes bronchospasm and bronchoconstriction
Type of adaptive change associated with muscle wasting and the brain in Alzheimer's
Type of Cell death with cell swelling, random nuclear fragmentation, and inflammation
Type of necrosis associated with injured blood vessels
Main mediator of pain
H2O2, O2- and OH are types of what?
Type of necrosis associated with Myocardial infarction and dry gangrene
Type of Calcification where the blood calcium level is high and occurs in living cells/tissues
High protein fluid consisting of RBC, WBC, and fibrin secreted when vessel permeability increases
Type of inflammation associated with blisters
Disruption of plasma membrane, nuclear changes, and rupture of lysosomes are types of what change?
Type of inflammation associated with Pericarditis, Pleuritis, and Meningitis
Occurs in Week 2 of Primary Intention where there is collagen accumulation, inflammation decreases, less edema, less blood vessels, and less inflammatory cells
Type of Cell death with cell shrinkage, specific DNA fragmentation, No inflammation
Opsonin that helps in the process of phagocytosis. One type is mannose binding lectin.
Extracellular insoluble fibrous protein that has a pink homogenous appearance in H&E stain
Cause of reperfusion injury
Condition where there is no extensive cell damage, exudate is removed completely, and tissue returns to normal
A non-specific measure of inflammation which occurs because of the fibrinogen which binds RBC and cause them to sediment rapidly
Adhesion molecule on the leukocyte used for rolling and binds to P or E selectin on the endothelial molecule
Type of inflammation associated with pyogenic bacteria and abscess

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