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PATHO exam 1 review

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Edema occurs when there is an imbalance in ______ and _____ pressure   Hydrostatic, Oncotic  
Edema is an _____ of fluid in the bodys tissues   accumulation  
Pathogenesis of edema :_____ Hydrostatic pressure causes a _______ in oncotic pressure = edema   Increased, Decreased  
Pathogenesis of edema: _______ hydrostatic pressure causes a ______ in permeability of the venule = Edema   Increased, Increase  
Normally _#_ml/min blood leaves the atrial BV and _#_ ml/min enters the Lymphatic organ to get filterd while the other _#_ ml/min returns to the venule   14,2,12  
In edema when increasing ______ pressure the fluid does not return to the venule and begins to build up in body tissue . which also causes and increased rate of _______ for both venule and atrial side causing more fluid to enter the tissues   Hydrostatic, permeability  
In edema when there is a Decrease in _______ pressure this results in failure of the fluid to return to the venule and remain in the body tissue   Oncotic  
____ ______ occurs when a tumor or object(worm in Africa) is blocking the entrance of fluid into the lymphatic organ   Lymphatic obstruction  
Hyperemia is an increase in ?   Temperature  
2 types of Hyperemia   Active and Passive  
Type of Hyperemia that consists of dilatation of arterioles – Blushing, exercise, inflammation (more normal homeostasis process)   Active Hyperemia  
Type of Hyperemia that consists of decrease of venous flow; often associated with hydrostatic edema.   Passive hyperemia (congestion)  
Chronic Passive hyperemia of liver :The liver in patients with ____ ventricular failure results in a characteristic of ‘Nutmeg liver’ (multiple red depressed cells).   right  
Chronic Passive hyperemia of lung: The lung in the patients with___ ventricular failure often leads to alveolar fibrosis (brown induration of the lung). The _____ in the lung are known as ‘Heart failure cells’. (may be caused by smoking)   left, macrophages  
what parts of the circulatory system have the highest blood volume ? and what has the least blood volume   Veins and venules (64%) have the most , Arteries & arterioles (13%), Capillaries (7%) have the least  
What type of Hemorrhage has a BRIGHT red color and has a pulsating flow (squirts RAPIDLY)   Atrial Hemorrhage  
What type of Hemorrhage has a DARKER red color and has a steady SLOW flow ?   Venous Hemorrhage  
What type of Hemorrhage has a reddish mixed with blue , violet color and has a slow, even flow ?   Capillary Hemorrhage  
_____ Hemorrhage results from soft tissue injury (You can see it ) ,   External  
For External Hemorrhage The seriousness of the injury is dependent on : 2 Things   1.Anatomical source of hemorrhage (aterial,venous,capillary) 2. The amount of blood loss tolerated by the patient  
Humans have apron. how many liters of blood ? and whats the max u can lose ?   6.5L, no more then 3 liters can be lost  
External hemorrhage : Most soft tissue trauma is accompanied by ___ hemorrhage and is not life threatening , but can carry serious risks of patient morbidity and disfigurement   mild  
_____ Hemorrhage that can be deadly because you CANT see it   Internal  
Internal Hemorage : can result from   Blunt or penetrating trauma , Acute or Chronic medical illness  
Internal bleeding that can cause hemodynamic instability usually occurs in one of four body cavities:   Chest, Abdomen, Pelvis, Peritoneum(stomach)  
How is internal hemorrhage found ?   Though a diagnostic test  
6 Clinically important forms of Hemorrhage ?   Skin hemorrhage, Hemopytsis, Hematemesis, Hematuria, Metrorrhagia, Melena  
________ : skin bleeding   Skin hemorrhage  
________ : Respiratory Tract bleeding   Hemoptysis  
________: Vomiting blood   Hematemesis  
________: Blood in urine   Hematuria  
________: Utero-vaginal bleeding (abnormal menstrual bleeding)   Metrorrhagia  
________: Black (deoxygenated) blood in stool or feces NOT hemorrhoids   Melena  
______ is a Big clot formation inside the blood vessels (BAD when in blood vessels)   Thrombi (blood clot)  
Lines of Zhan consists of ____ and ____ which are responsible for the shape of______   Fibrin, Platelets, Thrombus  
Virchow's triad shows what 3 factors that contribute to Thrombosis ? The factors may act independently or may combine to cause thrombus formation.   Endothelial Injury, Abnormal blood flow, Hypercoagulability  
What drug stops bleeding in dental surgery ?   Thrombrin  
What does Thrombi(blood clot) consist of ?   Fibrin mesh network, RBC, WBC, Platelets  
_____ injury is the single most important factor in formation of thrombi   Endothelial  
Injury to endothelial cells can cause ____ ____ flow and affect_____   abnormal blood, coagulability  
Abnormal blood flow (stasis or turbulence), in turn, can cause ____ injury.   endothelial  
Drug/protein given for heart and stroke patients (thrombosis)   (TPA) Tissue Plasminogen Activator  
(TPA) Tissue Plasminogen Activator is a ____/____ that is released from _____ cells of ____ _____ which cleaves the _____ and _____ the clot   drug/protein, endothelial, Blood vessels, dissolves  
According to the AHA (american heart association) for CARDIAC patients TPA has to be given with in ____ hours of the event. (heart attack)   6 hours  
According to the AHA (american heart association) for STROKE patients TPA has to be given with in ____ hours of the event. (stroke)   3 hours  
Carotid & cerebral arteries, Aorta, Heart valve, varicose veins & coronary arteries are all common sites of ?   Thrombus formation  
Can thrombi be in the arteries and in the veins ?   Yes, Atrial and venous thrombi  
What are the possible Fates of thrombi ?   Lysis by TPA, organization (not often), Recanalization, Embolism  
Free moving mass (clot) carried from one anatomic site to another via..blood   Emobli or Embolis , (chunk of thrombi that broke off and traveled somewhere else  
The worst type of clot formation, called widow maker, can die in sleep, acts very quickly , consists of calcified clots.   Saddle Embolus  
SADDLE EMBOLUS Location: Pathogenesis:   Location: Pulmonary Artery Pathogenesis: cuts down blood supply to the heart  
Infraction is   Necrosis ( death of tissue)  
2 types of infracts   White & Red  
Type of infract that has a (pale) off red appearance usually found in the heart ?   White infract  
Typeof infract that has a hemmorrhagic appearance "dark red" usually found in intestine ?   Red Infract  
The fate of infarcts depends on their____ site, the type of cells forming the tissue, circulatory status of the organism, extent of necrosis,   anatomic  


   






 
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