Normal cell (Homeostasis) Stress injurious stimulus. Increased demand. Cell injury. Adaptation cell death. Inability to adapt
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In cells deprived of oxygen or glucose, unfolded protein formed, that may lead to cell injury and even death. MECHANISMS OF CELL INJURY. MITOCHONDRIAL DAMAGE. ... Cell Injury, Adaptation, Free Radicals Last modified by: admin Company:
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RESULT OF CELL INJURY CELL DEATH Programmed cell death: ... Injury, and Aging PRE LECTURE QUIZ PRE LECTURE QUIZ Cellular Adaptation Question Answer What Kinds of Cell and Tissue Adaptations Occurred in this Case?
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Cell Injury, Cell Death, and Adaptations Cell adaptation Hypertrophy Hyperplasia Atrophy Metaplasia Hypertrophy Vs. Hyperplasia Physiologic hypertrophy of the uterus during pregnancy.
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Cell Injury Cell and Tissue Adaptation ... How does injury cause death? Cell Injury and Cell Death Characteristics of Injury Type, Severity, Duration Characteristics of Cell Type, Status, Genetic makeup, adaptation Causes of Cell Injury: ...
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... Metaplasia Understand the factors of cell injury and death---O2, Physical, Chemical, Infection, Immunologic, Genetic, Nutritional OBJECTIVES Understand the pathologic mechanisms at the SUB-cellular level---ATP, Mitochondria, Ca++, ...
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... (nonlethal hit) Irreversible injury and cell death ( lethal hit) ... 2 Calibri Symbol Wingdings Tahoma Concourse 1_Concourse 2_Concourse 3_Concourse 4_Concourse 5_Concourse Cell Injury, Adaptation, Free Radicals Slide 2 Slide 3 Abscess of the brain (bacterial) Brain ...
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... respiratory problems (impairment) or circulatory obstruction (blocked artery). Ischemia is the most common cause of cell injury ... One other cause for concern about cell death is that ... Times New Roman Comic Sans MS Gesture Response and Adaptation of Cells to Injury ...
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... 8th EDITION) CHAPTER 1 Cellular Response to Stress and Toxic Insult; Adaptation, Injury, Death (pp 3-42) CHAPTER 3 Tissue Renewal, Repair, and Regeneration (pp 79-110 ... Oxidative Stress and Cell Injury Necrosis (or “Oncosis”) VS Apoptosis . Title: Toxic Pathways Less Traveled Author:
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Cellular Adaptation Cellular Adaptation Cellular Adaptation Cellular Injury Reversible ... painful Calcium Infiltration Cellular Death Necrosis – local cell death by autodigestion Sum of cellular changes after local ... radiation Ionizing Radiation Cellular Injury ...
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Understand the definition of cell injury. ... - Cellular adaptation - Reversible cell injury ( nonlethal hit) - Irreversible injury and cell death (apoptosis, necrosis ).-Identify the differences between apoptosis and necrosis.
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Overview of Cell Injury and Cell Death. L2: ... Adaptation to environmental stress. Overview of Cell Injury and Cell Death. Definition. Causes. Reversible cell injury ( nonlethal hit) Irreversible injury and cell death ( lethal hit) Mechanisms of Cell Injury.
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Cell injury p.2 and cell death SYLLABUS: Robbins and Cotran, Pathologic Basis of Disease, Chapter: Cellular Responses to Stress and Toxic Insults: Adaptation, Injury, and Death
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What is the leading cause of injury to and death of ... Programmed cell death of scattered, single cells. B. Characterized by ... Arial Trebuchet MS Georgia Wingdings 2 Calibri Urban 1_Urban 2_Urban 3_Urban Cellular Adaptation & Proliferation Adaptation Necrosis Critical ...
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As cells encounter physiologic stresses or pathologic stimuli, they can undergo adaptation, ... cell injury. Patterns of cell death (apoptosis and necrosis). Cellular Adaptation . principal adaptive responses: Hypertrophy. Hyperplasia. Atrophy.
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... Reversible (adaptation)/ Irreversible (cell death) ... the resulting changes in structure and function lead to the death of the cell Causes of Cell Injury Hypoxia Physical agents including Radiations Chemicals and Drugs Microbiologic Agents Immunologic Reactions Genetic Defects ...
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Cellular Injury & Adaptation Normal cell is in a dynamic state of “Homeostasis” Normal physiologic stress : ... atrophy Stress - Cell Injury Reversible Irreversible Cell Death Cellular Injury & Adaptation Normal cell is in a steady state “Homeostasis” Homeostasis – “Sum of ...
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Cell injury, cell death, cell necrosis. Organization of Cells. Cells. Tissues. Organs. Organ systems. ... Adaptation of Cells to Changing Conditions (3 of 3) Metaplasia: change from one type of cell to another. Example: lining of a chronically inflamed bladder.
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... The pathological process The clinical signs and symptoms The complications Health and Disease Pathological Processes Cell Injury Cell Death Necrosis Apoptosis Patterns of necrosis Cellular adaptation in Growth in ... cell injury, cell death, adaptation, inflammation, infectious ...
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Cell Injury and the Pathogenesis of Human Disease(PATH 6266) “Cellular basis of disease” 200 years of observation: organ and microscopic. April 30 and May 2, 2012 Paul Boor M.D.
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Arial Calibri Wingdings Default Design Mechanims of Cell Injury Learning objectives Slide 3 Cell Injury, Adaptation, and Cell Death Principles of cell injury Slide 6 Slide 7 Vulnerable intracellular systems Slide 9 Reversible and Irreversible Cell Injury Causes of cell Injury Causes of ...
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injury. maladaptive . changes. cell . death. Cellular Adaptation. Allows the stressed tissue to survive or maintain function. Atrophy. Hypertrophy. Hyperplasia. Metaplasia. Dysplasia. ... Programmed cell death: apoptosis or “cell suicide ...
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... chronic illness Cell Death Necrosis Apoptosis Morphology of ... Slide 21 Slide 22 Slide 23 Slide 24 Slide 25 Consequences of Injury Slide 27 Reversible Cell Injury Reversible Cell Injury (cont) Slide 30 Adaptation- the cell responds successfully to the injurious stimulus ...
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... THE STUDY OF DISEASE and THE MORPHOLOGIC CHANGES THAT OCCUR IN INJURY, DEATH, REPAIR, ADAPTATION: ACCUMULATIONS, ATROPHY, HYPERTROPHY, HYPERPLASIA, METAPLASIA ... glycogen deposits in diabetes, accumulation of pigments like iron after hemorrhage CELL DEATH: ...
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If the stimulus persist or severe enough from the beginning , cell death occur . Cell Adaptation to Injury Five Cellular Adaptations to Injury: ... Cell Adaptation to Injury 4) ...
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... 13 幻灯片 14 幻灯片 15 Summary of introduction 幻灯片 17 幻灯片 18 幻灯片 19 幻灯片 20 Cell Injury, Adaptation and Death Overview of cell injury 幻灯片 23 幻灯片 24 Causes of cell injury Mechanisms of cell injury 幻灯片 27 幻灯片 28 ...
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Cellular Adaptation Physiologic vs. pathogenic Atrophy Hypertrophy Hyperplasia Dysplasia Metaplasia Cellular Adaptation Cellular Adaptation Cellular Injury Reversible Irreversible ... Necrosis Sum of cellular changes after local cell death and the process of cellular autodigestion ...
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Chapter 4 General Principles of Pathophysiology Part I How Normal Body Processes Are Altered by Disease and Injury Topics Disease Risk ... heart rate associated with fever Pain Cell Death ... How Cells Respond to Change and Injury Cellular Adaptation Types of ...
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... use decreased blood supply decreased nutrition Of tissues or organs may be due to cell shrinkage or due to cell death. Cellular Adaptation Mechanisms of Cell Injury ... (inborn errors of metabolism) Substances from outside the body (transient or permanent) Causes of cell injury ...
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The three fundamental processes of cellular pathology are cell injury, cell death and cellular adaptation. In response to stressors, cells may adapt or die/be injured. ... Cell injury becomes irreversible most quickly in neurons, ...
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Introduction to Pathology Study of disease Disease: Defined as: an abnormal state in which part or all of the body is not properly adjusted or is not capable of maintaining homeostasis.
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CELL ADAPTATION, CELL INJURY and CELL DEATH, contd. b) Irreversible Cell Injury / Cell Death. if stimulus persists (or severe enough from the start) the cell will suffer irreversible cell injury and death.
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... and the morphologic changes of cell injury (or death) lag far behind both Example: Myocardial ischemia ... In this type of cellular adaptation, a cell type sensitive to a particular stress is replaced by another cell type better able to withstand the adverse environment.
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... Protective immune response triggered by injury or irritant Infection Invasion of microorganisms into tissues causing cell or tissue injury Hyperplasias/Neoplasms Hyperplasias ... Increase in cell number Cellular Adaptation Types ... Cell and Tissue Death Cell and ...
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... pathogenic Atrophy Hypertrophy Hyperplasia Metaplasia Dysplasia * Cellular Adaptation * Cellular Adaptation * Cellular Adaptation * Cellular Injury Reversible ... local cell death and the process of ... Cellular Injury Calcium Infiltration Cellular Death Cellular Death ...
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Molecular mechanism of cell death* ... Irreversible injury cell death. Necrosis. Apoptosis. Nature of Injurious Stimulus. Cellular Response. Metabolic Alterations, Genetic OR Acquired; CHRONIC . INJURY. ... Adaptation . Reversible cell injury. Cell death.
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CELL ADAPTATION, INJURY AND DEATH By Larry Nichols, MD Disseminated intravascular coagulation Widespread fibrin thrombi in arterioles, capillaries and venules Complication of severe infection, advanced malignancy, massive trauma, various obstetric crises, etc. Worst in brain, heart, lungs ...
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Can result in significant scar tissue formation if delayed resulting in excessive cell death. ... Classification of Injury Adaptation Adaptation Adaptation Adaptation Slide 57 Negative Feedback Vicious Cycle Negative Feedback Vicious Cycle Negative Feedback Vicious Cycle ...
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... Embryology; Signal Transduction Week 3: Surface Anatomy; Membrane and Epithelial Transport; Pharmacodynamics Week 4: Cell Injury and Adaptation; Drug Metabolism and Pharmacokinetics Week 5 ... Integrate principles and mechanisms of cell injury and death with a clinical case and ...
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How Cells Respond To Change and Injury How Cells Respond To Change and Injury Cellular Adaptation Cellular Injury Cellular Death Cellular Adaptation Cells, tissues ... Cellular Injury Immunologic/Inflammatory Injury Protective responses of the body can cause cell injury and even death.
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... demonstrated by specific morphologic features ADAPTATION DIFFERENTIATION Molecular mechanisms of adaptation Receptor binding ... Mild chronic injury Acute reversible injury Irreversible injury cell death (necrosis or ...
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... Effect of cold ischemic storage Oxidative stress Sodium pump inactivation Intracellular calcium overload Iron release Cell death ... stress Future studies required Preconditioning Tissues exposed to one insult can develop tolerance to a subsequent injury Biological adaptation ...
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The aim of this type of cellular adaptation: ... That is the reason why myocardial infarction or stroke leads to death of tissues in the heart and the brain. 3-Cells with intermediate capacity (stablecells): ... Cell injury. 1-reversible .
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Irreversible plasma membrane damage Damaged mitochondria damage lysosomes Reversible vs. Irreversible Cell Injury ... (Death ligands , lack of growth ... Monocytes into Macrophages Macrophage/Lymphocyte Stimulation Responses to Injury Phases of Wound Healing Cellular Adaptation to Injury ...
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... Essentials of General Human Pathology Paul G. Koles, MD ... demonstrated by specific morphologic features Molecular mechanisms of adaptation Receptor binding ... Mild chronic injury Irreversible injury cell death ...
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