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L. Sevigny, Doctor
Answered: Jan 04, 2019
Hypoalbuminemia is a disorder that regards the level of albumin. The blood contains albumin which is protein. There is a certain amount of protein that should always be in the bloodstream. If...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Mar 29, 2020
A freely movable, intravascular mass that is carried from one anatomic site to another by the blood

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John Smith
Answered: Mar 29, 2020
Liquefactive necrosis-this patient is experiencing an acute inflammatory response, with edema, erythema, and pain of short duration.neutrophils form an exudate and release various proteases, which...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Mar 29, 2020
Sommer s sector of Hippocampus
2. Purkinje cells of cerebellum
3. Pyramidal neurons in the neocortex

P. 1362 morphology box.

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John Smith
Answered: Mar 29, 2020
Transformation -in 1928, an english bacteriologist named frederick griffith published the results of the experiment described above. while the results were curious and unusual in 1928, this...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Mar 29, 2020
Chronic inflammation-one outcome of acute inflammation with ulceration is chronic inflammation. this is particularly true when the inflammatory process continues for weeks to months. chronic...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Mar 29, 2020
Histamine-histamine is found in abundance in mast cells, which are normally present in connective tissues next to blood vessels beneath mucosal surfaces in airways. binding of an antigen (allergen)...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Mar 29, 2020
Neutrophils-the patients signs and symptoms suggest acute bacterial pneumonia. such infections induce an acute inflammation dominated by neutrophils, which gives the sputum its yellowish, purulent...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Mar 29, 2020
Macrophages-macrophages, present in such lesions, play a prominent role in the healing process. activated macrophages cansecrete various cytokines that promote angiogenesis and fibrosis, including...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Mar 29, 2020
Prostacyclin-endothelial injury releases tissue factor that drives the coagulation process and activates platelets. adjacent intactendothelium generates prostacyclin via arachidonic acid metabolism....Read More

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John Adney
Answered: Aug 23, 2017

Premature atrial complex is the answer. t wave is missing

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John Smith
Answered: Mar 29, 2020
Increased sodium-this child has nephrotic syndrome with loss of albumin into the urine and hypoalbuminemia that decreases plasmaoncotic pressure, leading to movement of intravascular water into the...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Mar 29, 2020
Generation of microbicidal activity-the respiratory, or oxidative, burst generates reactive oxygen species (i.e., superoxide anion) that are important indestruction of engulfed bacteria....Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Mar 29, 2020
Complete hydatidiform mole -gestational trophoblastic disease constitutes a spectrum of tumor and tumor like conditions characterized by proliferation of pregnancy associated trophoblastic tissue of...Read More

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