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Chapter 14- Sexual Pathology

erotophilic consistent positive responding sexual cues erotophobia consistent negative responding to sexual cues transvestism refers to dressing as a member of the other gender in order to be sexually aroused; NOT drag queens or female impersonators pedophile a sexual attraction …

    Pathology B4 – T1 – SDL5 – Hyperlipidemia

    What causes primary lipoprotein metabolism disorders? Genetic mutations that yield defective apolipoproteins or apolipoprotein receptors or activators. What causes secondary lipoprotein metabolism disorders? Underlying systemic disorders such as DM, hypothyroidism, or nephrotic syndrome. Familial Hypercholesterolemia Autosomal codominant. Characterized by elevated …

      Pathophysiology-Multiple Sclerosis (MS)

      Etiology unknown, but many believe it is an autoimmune disorder Is MS more common in women or men? women Onset of symptoms 20-40 years old Four Subtypes -Relapsing-Remitting MS (RRMS) -Primary Progressive MS (PPMS) -Secondary Progressive MS (SPMS) -Progressive-Relapsing MS …

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        Pathology of Pericardial Disease, Tumors and CHF

        types of pericardial sac accumulations effusions (exudate/transudate), hemopericardium types of acute pericarditis (5) serous, fibrinous, purulent, hemorrhagic, caseous types of chronic pericarditis (4) adhesive, soldier’s plaques, constrictive, adhesive mediastino serous pericarditis – etiology (3) uremia, autoimmune, viral serous pericarditis – …

          Pathology: Leprosy

          Leprosy definition? Chronic granulomatous disease principally affecting skin and PNS Caused by? Mycobacterium Leprae Primary reservoir? Humans Animal reservoirs? 9-banded armadillo, chimpanzi, hanabe monkeys Mycobacteria morph? Acid fast, rod shaped bacilli, obligate intracellular Globi is? Inta or extra cellular mass …

            neonatal brain pathology

            neural tube defects arnold-chiari malformation, holonprosencephaly, dandy-walker, agenesis of corpus callosum arnold-chiari malformation frequently associated with spina bifida, mylo/minigocele, hydrocephalus, dialation of 3rd ventricle abscens of csp arnold-chiari malformation displacement of the 4th ventricle and medulla into cervical canal arnold-chiari …

              Module 6 – Pathology of UTI’s

              List the most common bacterial pathogens causing UTI’s in humans and animals “SSPPEEEK” MOST COMMON(30-50%) =UPEC- Uropathogenic E.coli ¥ Proteus ¥ Klebsiella ¥ Enterobacter ¥ Pseudomonas ¥ Staphylococcus, Streptococcus, Enterococcus (23-30%) ¥ Staphylococcus or Proteus infection associated with struvite calculi …

                Pathology – Osteoarthritis

                Exam next week – No review session – Scantron Arthritis Classification *Degenerative Arthropathy (DJD)* – most common *Inflammatory Arthropathies* – Rheumatoid Arthritis – Felty’s Syndrome – Juvenile rheumatoid Arthritis (JRA) *Seronegative Spndyloarthrosis – Ankylosing * – affects the spine *Spondyloarthritis …

                  CV pathology

                  Cardiology The branch of medicine involving diagnosis and treatment of conditions and diseases of the cardiovascular system Angitis Inflammation of a vessel Angiospasm Involuntary contraction of the smooth muscle in the wall of a vessel, narrow vessels Angiostenosis The narrowing …

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