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Pathology Disturbances in Circulation

QuestionAnswer
Frequent Urination Polyuria
Antemortem pinpoint , extravascular blood discolorations visible as small red or Purplish hemorrhages of the skin or mucous menbranes PETECHIAE(usually found in the lower legs but maybe distribted all aver the body)
Blood in the feces caused by the digestion of blood in the gastrointestinal tract and it is common in the new born MELENA
Excess of blood in an area of the body HYPEREMIA
Loss of moisture from the body tissue that may occur antemortem or postmortem DEHYDRATION
Blood in the urine HEMATURIA
Reduction in arterial blood supply Deficiency of arterial blood flow to an organ or tissue ISCHEMIA
Abnormal accumulation of fluid within the pericordial sac HYDROPERICARDIUM
A mass of undisolved matter present in the blood Lymphatic vessels and brought there by the bllod or lymph ; may be solid liquid,or gaseous. Occlusions of the vessels from these usually result in the development or infarcs. EMBOLUS
Accumulation of free serous fluid in the abdominal cavity THHROMBUS
Severe generalized edema ANASARCA
Bleeding from the nose EPISTAXIS
The scientific name for blood coming from the nose EPISTAXIS
Sudden obstruction of vessel by debris EMBOLISM
A POTENTIALLY LIFE TREATENING ACCUMULATION OF FLUID IN THE LUNGS PULMONARY EDEMA
Edema usually of the skin of the extremities when presses firmly with a finger , the skin maintain the depression produced by the finger PITTING EDEMA
A MASSIVE BLEEDING FROM ANYWHERE IN THE BODY EXSANGUINATION
THE LOSS OF BLOOD TO THE POINT OF DEATH EXANGUINATE
A swelling composed of a mass of extravascular blood confined to an organ,tissue or space caused by a break in the blood vessel HEMATOMA
Abnormal accumulation of fluids in tissue or body cavities EDEMA
The vomiting of blood HEMATEMESIS
The chemical reaction of a compound with water , usually resulting in the formation of one or more new compounds HYDROLYSIS
DECOMPOSITION OF A HUMAN REMAINS IS LARGELY DUE TO A PROCESS KNOWN AS HYDROLYSIS
A blood clot that obstructs ablood vessel or a cavity of the heart THROMBUS
Abnormal accumulation of fluid in the thoracic cavity HYDROTHORAX
Accumulation of an excess of blood or tissue fluid in a body part congestion
Blood in the sputum HEMOPTYSIS
Small non elevated hemorrhage patch extravation of blood into a tissue ECCHYMOSIS
Created by: skyjess