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Pathology A&D

Midterm and final

QuestionAnswer
Tell is each of these are additive diseases(A) or destructive diseases(D) or both and if both tell how
Cystic Fibrosis A
Hyaline Membrane Disease A
Pneumonia A
Lung Abscess Both A-pus filled / D- sometimes with an early abscess there is an air fluid level
Tuberculosis Both A-secondary TB has calcification / D-primary TB trapped air before any consolidation
Pulmonary Mycosis Both A-acute stage /D-chronic stage due to cavitation
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease D
Emphysema D
Pneumoconiosis A
Neoplasms A
Metastatic Lung Disease A
Atelectasis A
Pneumothorax D
Pleural Effusion A
Empyema A
Osteopetrosis A
Osteogenesis D
Rheumatoid Arthritis Both A- inflammation early stage/ D- destruction later stage
Osteoarthritis D
Osteomyelitis Both A-inflammation and pus early stage / D-bone destruction late stage
Osteoporosis D
Gout D
Paget's Disease Both A- reparative stage/ D-destruction of bone early stage
Ischemic Necrosis A
Bone Cysts D
Osteogenic Sarcoma A
Multiple Myeloma D
Osteochondroma A
Osteoma A
Metastasis to Bone Both A-osteosclerotic or osteoblastie / D- osteolytic
Ascites A
Bowel Obstruction D
Metastatic Liver D
Emaciation D
Polycystic Kidney Disease D
Hydronephrosis A
Calcifications (stones) A
Aortic Aneurysm A
Enlarged Heart A
Edema A
Congestive Heart Failure A
Metastatic (brain) Both A-hyperdense if there is hemorrhage or calcifications within or next to the tumor / D-generally hypodense( low density)
Ascites A
Emaciation D
Edema A
Congestive Heart Failure A
Metastatic brain - generally hypodense D
Metastatic brain - hyperdense A
Created by: atesta0824