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term used to describe difficulty in swallowing dysphagia
Type of pneumonia caused by Mycoplasma pneumoniae atypical pneumonia
Term used to describe tissue that has become soft and cheese-like caseous
Inflammation of the pharynx pharyngitis (soar throat)
The inhalation of crystalline silica is called silicosis
Viral infection of the uper respiratory tract influenza
Inflammation of the nasal cavity rhinitis
General pneumonia, often referred to as "Walking pneumonia" primary atypical pneumonia
Term used for the "common cold" coryza
"Loss of voice" is called laryngitis
Inflammation of the larynx laryngitis
The inhalation of asbestos is called asbestosis
A chronic inflammatory disease of the respiratory system in which air pockets develope in the terminal ends of the bronchioles emphysema
Term used to describe the condition of losing the inability to produce sounds from the larynx aphonia
Inflammation of the bronchi, can be acute or chronic bronchitis
Common name for the condition in which results in the acute inflammation of the mucous membrane lining the upper respiratory tract cold
Name the most common type of pneumonia lobar pneumonia
Give the term for development of holes in the lungs caseation
Give the term for blood in sputum hemoptysis
Give the term for a collapsed lung (incomplete expansion) atelectasis
Give the term for inhalation of different irritants into the respiratory tracy pneumoconisos
Give the function of the respiratory system internal and external respiration in which O2 and O are exchanged in the alveoli so that we can breath
Give the term for pus with a smell in the pleural cavity pyothorax
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease=Chronic Bronchitis, Asthma, Emphysema, pneumoconisosis COPD
Chronic airflow limitation CAL
Chronic Airway Obstructive/Disease CAO or CAOD
Chronic Obstructive Lung Disease COLD
Inflammation in the upper respiratory tract that causes mucus and serios fluid secretion to become such that it eventually leads to blockage in the lower respiratory tract Obstructive Lung Disease
Name the two classification of the Upper respiratory disease Hypoperfusion and hypoventilation
What are the signs and symptoms of respiratory disease Cough, dyspnea, cyanosis
Disease of the Lower respiratory tract bronchitis pneumonia pleurisy emphysema pneumoconiosis tb carcinoma of lung
What are the three types of Pneumoconiosis silicosis anthrocosis abestosis
What are the four types of Pleurisy pyothorax hydrothorax hemothorax pnuemothorax
Disease of the Upper respiratory system coryza (cold) rhinitis pharynitis larynitis tracheitis
Inflammation of the small intestine enteritis
Term used to describe a condition in which the intestine telescope into the forward part intussusception
Term used to identify a blockage obstruction
The accumulation of fluid in the abdominal cavity ascites
Digestive enzyme which helps the body to digest fat lipsae
When an ulcer or any damage occurs to the intestine wall, causing a hole to form and exposure of the contents to the peritoneal cavity perforation
Term used to describe bloody diarrhea due to acute inflammation of the colon dysentry
Gallstones biliary calculi
Chronic degeneration of the liver cirrhosis
to loose the ability to eat due to lack or loss of appetite anorexia
Inflammation of the gallbladder cholecystisis
Inflammation of the esophagus esophagitis
Ulcer pertaning to the stomach only gastric ulcer
Ulcer found in the small intestine only duodenal ulcer
Ulcer of the small intestine and stomach are called peptic ulcer
Inflammation that can occur in the lining of the stomach secondary to alcohol consumption, prolonged use of NSAIDS autoimmune disorders or bacteria is known as gastritis
A condition caused by gastroesophageal reflux is known as esophagitis
Excessive production of Human Growth Hormone(HGH) after puberty by the pituitary gland can lead to a condition resulting in lower jaw protusion, and the increase in the size of the hands and feet acromeagly
condition that results FROM a disorder between the pituitary gland and the kidneys diabetes insipidus
A condition caused by gastroesophageal reflux is known as esophagitis
Describe the key difference between Ulcerative Colitis and Crohn's Disease Ulcerative colitis is inflammation of the LARDG intestines with ulceration of distal colon and rectum Crohn's Disease is inflammation of the small intestine with ulceration into adjacent tissue and the inflammation is deeper within the intestine's wall
List 2 common areas for hernia development Cushings disease
List 2 common causes of postmortem purge accumulation of excess fluids in the abdomen and thoracic cavity
A condition caused by gastroesophageal reflux is known as esophagitis
Describe the key difference between Ulcerative Colitis and Crohn's Disease Ulcerative colitis is inflammation of the LARDG intestines with ulceration of distal colon and rectum Crohn's Disease is inflammation of the small intestine with ulceration into adjacent tissue and the inflammation is deeper within the intestine's wall
Inflammation of pleural cavity that alters the lung (secondary infection) or of the outer covering of the lung, pleural space, can be viral or bacterial. Often associated with HIV infection and Immune disorders pleuritis (pleurisy)
List 2 common causes of postmortem purge accumulation of excess fluids in the abdomen and thoracic cavity
What is the distinction between primary and secondary peritonitis primary peritonitis is when the infection is present without an organ being ruptured secondary peritonitis occurs when the organ has ruptured because of the infection
Cholangitis inflammation of the gallbladder
Inflammation of the membranes surrounding the abdominal cavity ascites
An inflammatory bowel disease, ileitis, enteritis-(Inflammation of the Small intestines w/ulceration in adjacent tissue and deeper inside intestine wall) Crohn's Disease
Disorders of pancreas can cause a bluish discoloration on the flanks of the abdomen and the umbilical region necrotizing pancreatis
Disorder is characterized by an intolerance for fatty foods cholelithiasis (gallstones)
Opens during swallowing, closed during breathing to prevent aspiration of food and fluids into the lungs Epiglottis
Functions of the digestive system digest food, absorb nutrients, eliminate waste
Structure of the digestive system one continuous path called Alimentary canal from the teeth to anus
Inflammation of the bile duct cholangitis
painful urination dysuria
The tuff of capillaries situated inside the glomerular capsul of a nephron is called glomeruli
Condition in which the kidney is extremely dilated w/urine hydronephrosis
Sudden drop in urine volume oliguria
Inflammation of the renal pelvis, usually caused by E. coli or other pus forming bacteria pyelitis
A toxic blood condition marked by build-up of nitrogenous waste uremia
Blood found in the urine hematuria
Kidney Stone renal calcui
Inflammation of the urinary bladder usually caused by an infection cyctisis
Congenital condition in which the kidneys develope multiple cycts polycistic kidney
Renal Calculi nephrolithiasis-stone formation
Complete cessation of urine output anuria
Underdevelopment of the kidneys hypoplasia
Degenerative inflammation of the glomerulus of a nephron, which usually follows a prior sterptoccal infection glomerulnephritis
Swelling caused by leakage of plasma into the tissue hydronephrosis
What effects would urinary system disorders have on the decomposition process Increase the decomposition rate
Refers to as a kidney infection symptoms decreased urine output, decreased urine volume (oliguria) lack of urine output (anuria)Edema of legs feet ankles pyelonephritis (acute)
Refers to infection of the bladder cystisis
Concerns with kidney stones when they start to travel down the ureter urinary tract it cause pain and blockage
Three postmortem conditions associated with diseases of the urinary system edema urotropin dehydration
Acute glomerulonephritis is characterized by sudden onset of blood and protien in the urine
3 Stages of urine production filtration reabsorption secretion
Functions of the kidney (urinary system) regulate plasma regulate waste elimination
Born with one kidney renal agenesis
-cause above the kidney ex.hemorrhage loss of blood pressure>> prerenal-acute renal failure
-cause inside kidney ex. glomerulonephritis, Brights disease, nephrolithiasis internal-acute renal failure
obstructions below kidney in ureters, bladder from stones or cancer postrenal-acute renal failure
Three types of lung cancer Squamous cell, adenocarcinoma, large cell
Signs and symptoms of lung cancer wheezing, shortness of breath, coughing up blood, swelling of face and neck, head ache, chest, shoulder, and arm pain
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