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What histological disorder does this image represent

Acute inflammation

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What histological disorder is seen in this image?

Apoptosis

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What histological disorder does this image represent

Atrophy

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What histological disorder does this image represent

Calcification

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What histological disorder does this image represent

Casseous Necrosis

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What histological disorder does this image represent

Chronic Inflammation

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What histological disorder does this image represent

Granulomateus Inflammation

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What histological disorder does this image represent

Hydropic change

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What histological disorder does this image represent

Hyperplasia

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What histological disorder does this image represent

Hypertrophy

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What histological disorder does this image represent

Karyorrhexis

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What histological disorder does this image represent

Metaplasia

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What histological disorder does this image represent

Monomorphism

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What histological disorder does this image represent

Multinucleation

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What histological disorder does this image represent

Pleomorphism

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What histological disorder does this image represent

Pyknosis

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What happens histologically in apoptosis

1. visible fragmented cells

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`acute inflammation

1. increased blood flow

2. increased abmount of leukocytes

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What is apoptosis

programmed cell death

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In acute inflammation what is an abcess

a confluent collection of neutrophils

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What happens histologically in Atrophy

1. decrease in cell size

2. Larger cells on one side, smaller on the other 

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What happens histologically in calcification

1. a build up of calcium in the tissues

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What are the two types of calcificaiton when referring to histological disorders

1. metastatic calcification

2. dystrophic calcification

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What are psammoma bodies

round, lamellated calcifications in the tissue

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What happens histologically in Chronic inflammation

1. increase in WBCs

2. NO neutrophils

3. caused by ongoing inflammation

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What happens histologically in Hyperplasia

1. increase in number of cells, not size

2. May result in a larger organ or tissue

3. can be a result of hormonal stimulation

4. risks becoming cancerous

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What happens histologically in Hypertrophy

1. increase in cell size, Not number

2. happens often in overworked muscle

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What happens histologically in Hydropic Change

1. early reversable cell injury

2. cellular swelling due to incorrect ion-pump function

 

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What happens histologically in Karyorrhexis

1. nucleus breaks into fragments

2. irreversable

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What happens histologically in metaplasia

1. A mature cell type changes to a different mature cell type

2. it is reversable

3. Results from environmental stimulus