path30001 - mechanisms of disease

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Lecture 1 - Cell Death, Insult
What is the name of the process w...,
What are the outcomes of reperfusion,
What are the different types of i...
39  cards
Lecture 2 - AMI & Atherosclerosis
Why is ami significant,
What are the two main pathways th...,
What is atherosclerosis
72  cards
Lecture 3 - Alcohol Mediated Injury
What are the ways that toxic subs...,
What types of disease are caused ...,
What is the toxin in alcohol
62  cards
Lecture 4 - Infection - Helicobacter pylori
What are the main mechanisms of i...,
How big are bacteria,
What are the various organisms th...
52  cards
Lecture 5 - Pneumonia and ARDS
Describe the structure of the lung,
Describe the defences in the lung,
Describe the presence of microorg...
69  cards
Lecture 6 - Inflammation
What are the aims of inflammation,
What are the two forms of inflamm...,
Which are the most important cell...
61  cards
Lecture 7 - Healing 1
Which process is vital for resolu...,
Describe the various cell populat...,
How do cells know whether to prol...
62  cards
Lecture 8 - Healing 2
What is the structure of proteogl...,
What is the function of cadherins,
What happens when cells aren t bo...
67  cards
Lecture 9 - Stem Cells & Regeneration
What are the two functional chara...,
What is the hierarchy of stem cel...,
What is a committed cell
57  cards
Lecture 10 - Diseases of the Blood
Why do we feel ill during inflamm...,
Describe the structure of the hem...,
What is the name for a decrease i...
56  cards
Lecture 11 - Immunodeficiencies
What is innate immunity made up of,
Describe the role of dc s,
What are the critical features of...
42  cards
Lecture 12 - Autoimmunity
What is the key discrimination in...,
What is the definition of tolerance,
Who discovered tolerance and how ...
56  cards
Lecture 13 - Osteoarthritis
Who does osteoarthritis primarily...,
Who gets arthritis what is the pr...,
Which is more prevalent rheumatoi...
55  cards
Lecture 14 - Coeliac Disease
Describe the main features of coe...,
What is the treatment of coeliac ...,
What is the genetic basis of coeliac
49  cards
Lecture 15 - Ulcerative Colitis & Crohn's Disease
What are the various categories o...,
What are some viral causes of ulc...,
What are some bacterial causes of...
67  cards
Lecture 16 - Liver Pathology 1
What are the various cell types i...,
What are the nk cells of the liver,
What are the resident macrophages...
79  cards
Lecture 17 - Liver Pathology 2
What are some examples of liver d...,
Which people are most commonly af...,
What is the underlying cause of n...
69  cards
Lecture 18 - Renal Pathology 1
Give an overview of the structure...,
Kidneys hormones,
What are some general functions o...
43  cards
Lecture 19 - Renal Pathology 2
What is the connotation of chroni...,
What is the formal definition in ...,
What clinical condition often acc...
36  cards
Lecture 20 - Asthma
Describe the normal airway structure,
Describe the epithelium in the ai...,
What happens to the thickness of ...
63  cards
Lecture 21 - Fibrosing Disease of the Lung
What is fibrosis when does it occur,
What is the most common fibrosing...,
Describe ipf major features media...
32  cards
Lecture 22 - Food Allergy
Characterise the prevalence of im...,
What is anaphylaxis,
What are the determinants of alle...
47  cards
Lecture 23 - CNS 1
What is the pns what cell types m...,
How much does the brain weigh,
How much of the cardiac output do...
54  cards
Lecture 24 - CNS 2
What are red neurons,
What changes are observed in the ...,
What is eosinophilia
81  cards
Lecture 25 - Neurodegenerative Disease 1
What are some potential causes of...,
Which cells in the cns are predom...,
What is the most common chronic d...
59  cards
Lecture 26 - Genetic Disorders
In general what are the categorie...,
What is the name for abnormal chr...,
What is the mechanism of aneuploi...
55  cards
Lecture 27 - Muscular Dystrophy
What are muscular dystrophies wha...,
List some clinical signs of dmd,
What is hypotonia
38  cards
Lecture 28 - Mitochondrial Disease 1
How much atp do we turn over ever...,
What is the surface of the mitoch...,
What percent of energy does our b...
33  cards
Lecture 29 - Mitochondrial Diseases 2
Where are the complexes in the in...,
How prevalent are oxphos disorders,
Describe the features of the mtdna
30  cards
Lecture 30 - Epigenetics
Differentiate between heterochrom...,
What can dna double stranded brea...,
What is the structure of a nucleo...
26  cards
Lecture 31 - Cancer Case History
Describe the sequence of investig...,
Compare the different biopsy tech...,
Describe techniques that were pre...
39  cards
Lecture 32 - Cancer Signalling
Describe the trends in australia ...,
Which signalling pathways are inv...,
What is meant by signalling
57  cards
Lecture 33 - Cancer Stem Cells
When were cancer stem cells first...,
In general what does tumour initi...,
Is initial genetic damage leading...
30  cards
Lecture 34 - Cellular Senescence and Ageing
What is senescence,
What is the maximum life span giv...,
Which cells supplement and replac...
47  cards

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