Flashcards in Pathology Case-Based Review (2) Deck (16):
What are the two kinds of drug-induced liver injury?
- Intrinsic: predictable, dose-dependent
- Idiosyncratic: unpredictable, not dose-dependent
What kind of necrosis does acetaminophen cause?
Acute HCV is ___________.
most often asymptomatic
Elevated serum IgG is found in ______________.
Elevated serum IgM is found in ______________.
primary biliary cirrhosis (first association) and PSC
Granulomatous lymphocytic cholangitis is a characteristic of ____________.
List three examples of hepatocyte neoplasms.
- hepatocellular carcinoma
- hepatocellular adenoma
- focal nodular hyperplasia
Hepatocellular adenoma is more common in which gender? What modifiable risk factor also increases risk of HA?
Females; oral contraceptives
Thickened hepatic plates with unpaired arteries are characteristic of __________.
Normal hepatic plates with unpaired arteries are characteristic of ________________.
The histologic features of cholangiocarcinoma are _____________.
gland forming with marked desmoplasia
The most common benign or malignant liver neoplasm is _________.
hemangioma (2% of the population)
Central scar with malformed blood vessels are characteristic of _____________.
focal nodular hyperplasia
Cholangiocarcinoma is proliferation of __________.
bile duct cells
What is caput medusae?
Blood vessels that radiate out from the belly that look like Medusa's head