Flashcards in General Principles 2 Deck (23):
Tissue may also respond to injury or stress in the following ways:
Congenital absence of closure of a normal body opening.
Decrease in size of cell or organ.
This necrosis happens in infractions in the heart and is due to what?
Type of necrosis seen in the brain and in any abscess.
Necrosis seen in TB.
Necrosis seen in acute pancreatitis
Necrosis seen in liver damage and injury to fatty tissues.
What are the two types of degeneration?
Zenker's and Wallerian
Degeneration when the waxy headline is seen in skeletal muscle.
Degeneration that is they dying back (anterograde) of nerve axons after injury to the nerves.
Apoptosis is regulated by ____ and requires ____.
Nitric oxide (NO)
When a cell is injured the nucleus undergoes specific changes. What are they in order of procession?
Irreversible chromatic fragmentation [Ca++ influx].
Irreversible nuclear chromatic condensation or clumping [pH changes].
Enzymatic breakdown of DNA after cell death; complete disappearance of stainable nuclear material.
Immune deficiency in which X-linked tyrosine kinase defect Blocks B cell maturation seen in Boys
Immune deficiency in which thymic and parathyroid aplastic due to failure of 3rd and 4th Pharyngeal arch development deficient T cells.
Immune deficiency in which is often X-linked with defective B and T cell activation.
Severe Combined Immune Deficiency
Immune deficiency which is X-linked defect with progressive depletion of B and T cells.
Immune deficiency which is autosomal recessive defect in phagocytosis.
Previously mentioned immune deficiencies present with _______.