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Pathology ATS 1

Athletic Training Student Physio. CH 1,2,3,4,6 Delforge

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What are the three primary stages of tissue repair? Inflammation, Fibroplasia, Scar Maturation
What are the two steps in determining the course of action for injury rehabilitation? Establishment of therapeutic objectives, and selection of therapeutic agents that most effectively contribute to the identified objectives.
What does a pathological condition involve? An alteration of the normal structure and function of the cells, tissues, and organs of the body.
What are the two primary healing responses in musculoskeletal trauma? Connective tissue repair and tissue regeneration.
What are the stages of fracture healing? Hematoma formation, inflammation, cellular proliferation, callus formation, and remodeling.
What is the primary inflammatory response? Secondary? Effusion, edema, erythema, hyperthermia, proliferation of phagocytic WBCs, initial non-specific defense: Pain, muscle spasm, initial edema formation, loss of function, fibroplasia, wound contracture.
What are the vascular responses during acute inflammation? Effusion, edema, erythema, hyperthermia,loss of function,
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