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module 4

cerebral atrophy describes reduction in size of the cells in the cerebrum of the brain- progressive reduction in the size of the neutrons leads to reduction in the brain tissue itself
cardiac hypertrophy/hypertrophic cardiomyopathy disease of cardiac muscle results from excessive workload of cardiac muscle and functional demand
primary cardiomyopathy often cause of an inherited non-sex linked genetic autosomal dominant trait.
secondary hypertrophy caused by an underlying condition that causes an increase in ventricle workload
hypertrophy in right ventricle pulmonary circulation
hypertrophy in left ventricle systemic circulation
syncope fainting
acromegaly condition of hyperplasia prompted by hormone stimulation of excessive growth
adenoma benign tumor
squamocolumnar juntion location in where the squamous epithelium of the outside of the cervix and the columnar epithelium of the external and internal cervical os merge.
transformation zone area comprising the merging of the squamous epithelium and the columnar epithelium
ectocervix outside the cervix
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