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Cell injury:necrosis, apoptosis. Adaptations:atrophy, hypertrophy,hyperplasia. Metaplasia.

Cell injury:necrosis, apoptosis. Adaptations:atrophy, hypertrophy,hyperplasia. Metaplasia.

Cell injury:necrosis, apoptosis. Adaptations:atrophy, hypertrophy,hyperplasia. Metaplasia. . 2011. DEFINITIONS OF BASIC ASPECTS OF DISEASE PROCESS. epidemiology (occurrence and incidence of d.) etiology (causes of disease) pathogenesis (mechanisms of disease) morphology of the tissue changes

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Molecular mehanim of cell death

Molecular mehanim of cell death

Molecular mehanim of cell death. By: Sundus Hafeez Rubia ain Momina Masud. CELL DEATH. Major cause of cell death: This is due to irreversible cell injury with continuing cell damage, resulting in morphologic changes that can be called as “cell death”

By dylan
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Cell injury-3

Cell injury-3

Cell injury-3. Morphology of irreversible cell injury. * Light microscopy of irreversible cell injury. Pyknosis = Shrinkage and darkening of the nucleus. Karyorrhexis = fragmentation and breakdown of the nucleus, (into "nuclear dust"). Karyolysis = dissolution of the nucleus.

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Complications of Acute M.I.

Complications of Acute M.I.

Complications of Acute M.I. Douglas Burtt, M.D. Coronary atherosclerosis. Schematic of an Unstable Plaque. Cross section of a complicated plaque. Journey down a coronary…. Frank Netter: View of the Heart. Left Anterior Descending Occlusion. Occlusion of the left anterior descending

By rafer
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Pathology 301

Pathology 301

Pathology 301. Awatif Jamal, MD, MSc, FRCPC, FIAC Consultant & Associate Professor Department of Pathology King Abdulaziz University Hospital. Hemodynamic Disorders Thrombosis & Shock. Shock. Shock. Shock or cardiovascular collapse. Shock constitutes systemic hypo perfusion due to

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GP lab I

GP lab I

GP lab I. Cell Injury I. normal cell. mild damaging stimulus. Sublethal cell injury. Removal of cause of damage. continued damage. Reversible cell injury. cell death. Irreversible cell injury. necrosis. Cell Injury. Reversible (Cell degeneration). Irreversible (Cell death).

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Lesson one Cell Injury

Lesson one Cell Injury

Lesson one Cell Injury. DR .HALA BADAWI LECTURER OF PATHOLOGY. Introduction. Pathology is the study of diseases. It is a bridge between basic science and clinical practice The study of pathology is divided into general pathology and special, or systemic, pathology.

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First Foundations: Essentials of General Human Pathology

First Foundations: Essentials of General Human Pathology

First Foundations: Essentials of General Human Pathology. Paul G. Koles, MD Asst. Prof. Pathology and Surgery Director of Pathology Education Boonshoft School of Medicine at Wright State University. General Pathology Outline. 1: Cellular Adaptations: Injury, Death, and Aging

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Dr: Wael H.Mansy , MD Assistant Professor College of Pharmacy King Saud University

Dr: Wael H.Mansy , MD Assistant Professor College of Pharmacy King Saud University

Cell injury. Dr: Wael H.Mansy , MD Assistant Professor College of Pharmacy King Saud University. Study objectives. • Compare and contrast the various forms of cellular adaptation . What is the purpose of these adaptive changes?

By ivor-tyson
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Cell injury

Cell injury

Cell injury. Cell injury. When the cell is exposed to any injurious agent or stress ,a consequence of events follows, that is loosely termed cell injury. Cell injury is reversible up to certain point.

By vivian-wilkerson
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Cell structure and function Cell injury- reversible

Cell structure and function Cell injury- reversible

Cell structure and function Cell injury- reversible. Cell is basic structure of life . Form different Tissues and organs Stem cells Epithelial , Mesenchymal , Hemtopoeitic cells. Cell components. Cell membrane/plasma membrane

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General pathology

General pathology

General pathology. Introduction to pathology Literal translation of the word pathology is the study (logos) of suffering (Pathos). It is a discipline that bridges clinical practice and basic sciences. Pathology is concerned with the study of diseases in a scientific way .

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