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Pathological Basis of Disease

BMS314 Study Guide - Final Guide: Benign Tumor, Lysosomal Storage Disease, Asphyxia
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Concepts of congenital abnormalities The study of developmentalpresent at birth abnormalities Where there is a failure or derangement of normal development andor growth Lesion (anything that is a deviation from normal) o S...

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BMS314
Phil Stumbles
BMS314 Final: Healing and Repair, Chronic Inflammation Summary and Exam Review
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Cellular factors: Inflammatory cells, stromal cells and parenchymal cells (=organ specific)

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BMS314
Phil Stumbles
BMS314 Final: Acute Inflammation Summary and Exam Review
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Changes in vascular permeability initially allows fluid to leave the blood vessels and enter the tissue o This acts quickly causing swelling Leukocyte extravasation; the circulating white blood cells start to leave the blo...

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BMS314
Phil Stumbles
BMS314 Study Guide - Final Guide: Aldosterone, Edema, Homeostasis
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Vascular Disturbances Summary There is a constant movement of fluid from the ICF to the ECF space, the hydrostatic pre ssure allows fluid to move from the vessels to the extravascular space. The opposite is Plasma osmotic ...

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BMS314
Phil Stumbles
BMS314 Study Guide - Final Guide: Histiocytic Sarcoma, Sarcoma, Plasma Cell
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Where does cancer come from? o It arises from cells within your own body o Existing growth going crazy Not all tumours are neoplasms and not all neoplasms are malignant

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BMS314
Phil Stumbles

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