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overproduction of corticosteroids from adrenalcortex

Cushing’s Syndrome brittle blood vessels, severe osteoporosis, obesity, diabetes,high BP

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o Prolonged steroid medication use can have symptoms similar to

Cushing’s, easy bruising

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bruises > 2 cm

Ecchymoses

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– larger than a pinpoint, but

Purpura

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– leak of blood into cavities o

Hematoma

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Rupture of middle meningeal artery

epidural hematoma

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Thrombocytopenia

Normal amount of platelets in blood: 250,000 – 300,000

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no platelet activation  cannot form platelet plughemorrhagic gastroduodenitis--- balck stool

 Von Willebrand’s Disease

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– increased amount of blood lost during menstruation

menorrhagia (related to von willebrand's)

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seriousdisorder manifested usually from uterus cancer, which results inloss of blood between menstruation periods

metrorrhagia/not related to Von W

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non-production of certain protein clotting factors

Hemophilia

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Hemophilia genetics

mother to son X chromosome (skips a generation)

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nonproduction of CF 8 viii

Hemophilia A

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nonproduction of CF 9

Christmas disease/Hemophilia B

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Hemoarthritis

Trauma leads to blood in joint spaces, esp. Knee jointIron released from heme into blood destroys the joint cartilage

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Hemodynamic Disorders

 Disorders that arise from interruptions in normal blood flow

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platelet activation and platelet aggregationwithout threat of blood loss or vascular damage; platelet plug without blood clot

Thrombosis

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always originates from a vascular wall and always maintains point of contact with the vascular wall through von Willebrand factorplateletactivaton and platelet aggregation

Thrombus

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Thrombus in the arterial system

Dense and strong , firm and small (fast)

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Thrombus in the venous system

Loose and weak , loose and large (slow)

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represent a special type of thrombi characterized by visible andmicroscopic laminations produced by alternating layers: pale layer composed ofplatelets mixed with fibrin and dark layer composed of RBCs

Lines of Zahn

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lines of Zahn + thrombi can be found

heart/aorta(mitral stenosis)

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factors predisposing to thrombosis

Endothelial damageHypertension- increase resistance of the vascular wall to the fluid. Serious factorthat promotes endothelial damage.

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Iatrogenic thrombosis

medically induces endothelial damage via syringes.

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Decreased rate of flow causes a disruption in axial blood flow by

platelets flow closer to the vessel wall

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decreased rate of blood flow caused by

cardiac damageincreased blood viscosity