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Fundamentals of Cellular Injury

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Pathology | Medicine (MD/DO) School Study Aid

Fundamentals of Cellular Injury
7 Picmonics to Learn | 12 mins
Cardinal Signs of Inflammation
Redness (Rubor)
Warmth (Calor)
Swelling (Tumor)
Pain (Dolor)
Loss of Function (Functio laesa)
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1 min
Ischemia and Vulnerable Tissues
Brain
MCA-ACA and MCA-PCA Interface
Heart
Subendocardium of Left Ventricle
Kidney
Proximal Tubule
Thick Ascending Limbs of the Loop of Henle
Liver
Central Vein
Colon
Splenic Flexure
Rectosigmoid Junction
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2 mins
Infarction Types
Red Infarct
Venous Occlusion
Organ with Multiple Blood Supplies
Liver
Intestine
Testes
Reperfusion Injury
White Infarct
Arterial Occlusion
Organ with Single Blood Supplies
Heart
Kidney
Spleen
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2 mins
Necrosis Types
Coagulative
Liquefactive
Brain Infarcts
Caseous
Tuberculosis
Fat
Acute Pancreatitis
Trauma
Fibrinoid
Immune Vascular Reactions
Non-Immune Vascular Reactions
Gangrenous
Lower Extremities
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2 mins
Radiation Toxicity (Acute Radiation Toxicity)
Pathophysiology
Cellular and DNA Damage
High Dose Radiation in a Short Time (Within Minutes)
Skin
Alopecia
Erythema
Hematopoietic
Myelosuppression
Respiratory
Radiation Pneumonitis
Gastrointestinal
Diarrhea
Nausea, Vomiting
Neurovascular
Altered Mental Status
Evaluation
Absolute Lymphocyte Count
Treatment
Supportive Care
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2 mins
Calcification Types
Types
Dystrophic Calcification
Calcium Deposits in Abnormal (Diseased) Tissues
Localized
Occurs due to Injury or Necrosis
Normal Calcium Level
Metastatic Calcification
Calcium Deposits in Normal Tissues
Diffuse
Occurs due to Hypercalcemia or Hyperphosphatemia
Abnormal Calcium Level
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2 mins
Cellular Adaptation
Hypertrophy
Increased Size of Cells
Atrophy
Decreased Size of Cells
Hyperplasia
Increased Number of Cells
Metaplasia
Conversion into Another Type of Cell
Dysplasia
Precancerous Cell
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1 min

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