HLSC 1F90 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Lymph Node, Clinical Pathology, Tachycardia

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Pathology: clinical findings: examination and family history, supported by lab findings, radiological (imaging) results, pathological findings: examination of tissue removed from the body. Science of disease diagnosis through examination of organs, tissues, cells and body fluids: kidney picture: acute renal failure: intact glomeruli, tubular atrophy, interstitial lymphocytes. To know pathology, we need to know normal. Morphological databases are the place for normal. When kidney receives blood from the rest of the body, it dumps everything out into the urine. 16-year-old girl stung by a bee presents in er. After 15 minutes: shortness of breath, wheezing, weakness, dizziness. Vital signs in hospital: respirations = 39 (should be 15-20); bp=69/45 (should be 120/80, therefore she"s hypotensive), tachycardia (fast heart rate) Pathways to disease: etiology what caused it, pathogenesis birth of disease, biochemical changes or morphological changes, functional changes, natural history. Cause = infection with hep c virus (hcv) Hcv as soon as liver transplant, it gets infected with.

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