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G. Tanaka, Dentist
Answered: Oct 25, 2019
You cannot reverse aging, but you can do different things that can help slow down aging. For example, there are some people who will make sure that they will live a healthier lifestyle. This...Read More

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John Smith, Dentist
Answered: Jan 20, 2020
Occurs in tissues with cells that are capable of mitotic division-hyperplasia refers to an increase in the number of cells in an organ or tissue. it occrs in tissues with cells that are capable of...Read More

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John Smith, Dentist
Answered: Jan 20, 2020
None of the above-fatty changes are linked to intracellular accumulation of fat. when fatty changes occur, small vacuoles of fat disperse throughout the cytoplasm. the process is more ominous than...Read More

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John Smith, Dentist
Answered: Jan 20, 2020
Is initiated by mitochondrial or extrinsic pathways-cell death can involve apoptosis or necrosis. apoptotic cell death involves controlled cell destruction and is involved in normal cell deletion...Read More

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John Smith, Dentist
Answered: Jan 20, 2020
True-the state of theory in aging and the social sciences is made more complex by the fact that most work in the field does not deal with aging at all, but rather with age-related issues....Read More

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John Smith, Dentist
Answered: Jan 20, 2020
False-false. pathologic hypertrophy occurs as a result of disease conditions and may be adaptive or compensatory. examples of adaptive hypertrophy are the thickening of the urinary bladder from...Read More

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John Smith, Dentist
Answered: Jan 20, 2020
Muscle tissue-disuse atrophy, particularly in muscle tissue, is related to workload. when confronted with a decrease in work demands or adverse environment conditions, most cells are able to revert...Read More

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John Smith, Dentist
Answered: Jan 20, 2020
Most forms of nonphysiologic hyperplasia are due to insufficient hormonal stimulation or the effects of growth factors on target tissues-physiologic hyperplasia can occur as a result of hormonal...Read More

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John Smith, Dentist
Answered: Jan 20, 2020
It is irreversible-metaplasia represents a reversible change in which one adult cell type (epithelial or mesenchymal) is replaced by another adult cell type. metaplasia is thought to involve the...Read More

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John Smith, Dentist
Answered: Jan 20, 2020
Causes cellular ph to raise, becoming more basic-hypoxia deprives the cell of oxygen and interrupts oxidative metabolism and the generation of atp. can include ischemia; ischemia is characterized by...Read More

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John Smith, Dentist
Answered: Jan 20, 2020
Manifestations of lead toxicity include anemia-lead is a particularly toxic metal. small amounts accumulate to reach toxic levels. lead crosses the placenta, exposing the fetus to lead levels...Read More

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John Smith, Dentist
Answered: Jan 20, 2020
All of the above-none of the above are true. many injurious agents exert their damaging effects through a reactive chemical species called a free radical. a free radical is a highly reactive...Read More

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John Smith, Dentist
Answered: Jan 20, 2020
Intracellular calcium is kept at a higher concentration than extracellular calcium-normally, intracellular calcium levels are kept extremely low compared with extracellular levels. these low...Read More

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John Adney, Dentist
Answered: Apr 18, 2017
Hi,

no comment on the discussion questions very good question
thank you

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John Adney, Dentist
Answered: May 26, 2017
This is not correct. The answers for A & B are Cardiac Muscle and Lymphatic, not Cardiac Muscle and Skeletal Muscle as it is explained.

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