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Patho Quiz 1

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1.  Prolonged exposure of cells to adverse or exaggerated normal stimuli which evokes various changes at the level of individual cells, tissues or whole organs is known as what?
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2.  True or False?  Once the cause or stimulus has been removed, most cells that have adapted to chronic stimulation are able to revert back to normal.
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3.  The loss of cells, decrease in the size of a tissue, organ or the entire body is known as what?
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4.  Thymus undergoing involution, bones and muscles becoming thin in the elderly are just two examples of what?
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5.  Alzheimer's Disease is an example of what?
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6.  Enlargement, an increase in the size of tissues or organs due to enlargement of individual cells is known as what?
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7.  Enlargement of muscles in body builders is an example of _____________ while enlargement of the heart due to increased workload is an example of _____________.
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8.  An adaptive increase in the number of cells that can cause enlargement of tissuews or organs is known as what?
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9.  True or False?  Hyperplasia can be seen along with hypertrophy?
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10.  The change of one cell to another cell type is known as what?
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11.  True or false?  Metaplasia is reversible but it can also progress to dysplasia
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12.  What are two examples of Metaplasia?
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13.  Disordered growth of tissues resulting from chronic irritation or infection is known as what?
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14.  True or false?  There is no association between dysplasia and cancer.
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15.  Based on pap smears, cervical intraepithelial neoplasia (CIN) is the best example of what condition?
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16.  True or false, in the normal pap smear, there should be only one large dark purple nucleus in each cell? 
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17.  True or false?  Any women with HPV is automatically put in CIN-I (mild dysplasia)?
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18.  Undifferentiated and uncontrolled growth of cells is known as what?
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19.  Malignancy, carcinoma, cancer, and neoplasm are synonyms for what?
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20.  What is one of the microscopic hallmarks of anaplasia?
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21.  True or false?  If the nucleus dies, the cell dies?
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22.  What is an example of reversible cell injury?
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23.  Pyknosis, Karyorrhexis, and Karyolysis are all forms of what?
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24.  True or false?  Can irreversible cellular changes by diagnosed?
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25.  High levels of what enzymes are typically found in pts with MI's or viral hepatitis?
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26.  What are among the most important and most common causes of cell injury?
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27.  When deprived of O2, brain cells die within __________, heart muscle dies within__________ and kidney cells die within ____________.
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28.  The death of cells or tissues within a living organism is known as what?
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29.  True or false?  Autolysis is seen in living tissues?
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30.  What is the most common form of necrosis?
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31.  Which type of necrosis occurs in solid internal organs and is most often cause by Anoxia (ie MI)?
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32.  Where does liquefactive necrosis occur most often?
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33.  Which type of necrosis typically has a thick, yellowish, cheesy substance form?
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34.  True or False?  Caseous Necrosis is typically found in Tuberculosis.
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35.  What cell necrosis is caused by the action of lipolytic enzymes?
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36.  Which type of cell necrosis is limited to fat tissue and usually associated with the pancreas?
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37.  ________  calcifications refers to the macroscopic deposition of Ca2+ in injured or dead tissues, visible to the naked eye and range from gritty, sand-like grains to rock hard material.
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38.  True or False?  Metastatic calcifications are associated with increased serum calcium levels.
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39.  Calcifications in Atherosclerotic coronary arteries is an example of what?
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40.  True or False? Mitral or Aortic stenosis are examples of Metastatic calcifications.
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41.  True or False?  Calcifications seen around breast cancers are examples of Dystrophic calcifications
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42.  Infant periventricular calcifications seen in congenital Toxoplasmosis is an example of what?
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43.  Hyperparathyroidism, Vit D toxicity, and chronic renal failure are examples of what?
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44.  True or False?  Metastatic calcifications reflect deranged calcium metabolism leading to increased serum calcium levels and deposition of calcium in other locations.
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