Flashcards in General Pathology Deck (80)
It is when there is excessive physiologic stress
Decreased in the size and function of the cell
Absence or failure of the cell to develop
Increased in the SIZE of a cell
Increased in the Number of cells
A change of one differentiated type of cells t another
An alteration in size, shape, and organization of the cellular components of a tissue
It is the hallmark of MALIGNANCY
Organ that physiologically undergoes hypertrophy
Organ that physiologically undergoes hyperplasia
Organ that pathologically undergoes hypertrophy
structures that patholologically undergoes hyperplasia
Loss of function leads to?
loss of blood oxygen supply leads to
Organs sensitive to chronic ischemia
Barrett's esophagus and Smoker's lungs are types of what cellular adaptation
Barrett's esophagus is associated with what GI disease?
Epithelial changes in Barrett's esophagus
Squamous cell to columnar
Epithelial changes in Smoker's lung
Columnar cells to squamous
Most common cancer in the esophagus
Most common cancer in the lungs
Squamous cell carcinoma
this cellular adaptation indicates PRE-MALIGNANCY lesion
What are the irritants in a cigarette?
What causes cancer in the smoker's lung?
What causes addiction in a cigar?
Theory that states there is an induction of chemical carcinogens in the body causing deletion of the normal cells.
Types of cell injury that regenerate with or without injury.
Types of cell injury that regenerate with injury.
Types of cell injury that will not regenerate if injured