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CH. 4

hypoplasia incomplete or undeveloped organ or tissue
hyperplasia an increase in the number of cells of a body part
hypoplasia usually the result of a decrease in the number of cells
neoplasia the new and abnormal develpoement of cells that may benign or maligant
dysplasia any abnormal development of tissues or organs
anaplasia a change in the stucture and orietnation of cells
aplasia a developmental failure resulting in the absence of any organ or tissue
anaplasia characterized by a loss of differneation and reversion to a more primtive form
organs tissues arranged togther to perform a special function
cell the smallest and most numerous sturctural unit of living matter
tissues a group of cells that performs specialized functions
systems organs that work togther to perform the many functions of the body as a whole
Created by: Courtneey