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Altered Cellular & Tissue Biology

Hannah Lehrer MSN RN
Lack of sufficient oxygen.
Hormonal hyperplasia occurs the most in estrogen-dependent organs, such as the _______ and the breast.
__________ atrophy occurs in early development, the _________ gland for example.
________ muscle cells contains less endoplasmic reticulum and fever mitochrondria and myofilaments.
__________ atrophy occurs as a result of decreases in workload, pressure, use, bloody supply, nutrition, or hormonal/nerve stimulation.
An acute obstruction of the coronary arteries can cause a ___________ ___________ within minutes if blood supply is not restored.
Total lack of oxygen.
Adaptation is a __________, structural, or functional response both to normal or physiologic conditions and to adverse or pathologic conditions.
___________ _______ occurs when excess reactive oxygen species overwhelm endogenous antioxidant systems.
Ischemia is ______ of blood flow.
Hypertrophy could be physiologic or ________.
______ is a sweet tasting metal that causes harm to the hematopoietic system and the ________.
The most common cause of hypoxia is ________.
Patients _______ in bed for a prolonged time exhibit atrophy of skeletal muscle called _______ atrophy.
In hypertrophy, the increased size is related to the increased accumulation of ______ in the cellular components.
Atrophy as a result of chronic malnutrition is called ________ that creates autophagic vacuoles.
_______ can result from reduced O2, loss or inefficiency of hemoglobin, decreased production of RBCs, cardiac or respiratory disease, and poisoning of the cytochromes within the cells.
Decrease or shrinkage in cellular size.
The abnormal changes in size, shape, and organization of mature cells; most often found in the _______ & respiratory tract.
An example of pathologic hypertrophy is of the heart that is caused by _________ or diseased heart valves.
Carbon ________ is an odorless, colorless, and undetectable gas unless it is visible with a visible or odorous pollutant.
___________ is converted to a toxic metabolite in the liver, causing cell injury & is the most common cause of poisoning world wide.
The reversible replacement of one mature cell type by another.
Hypoxic is lack of sufficient _________.
The increase in size of cells and consequently the size of the affected organ.
The _______ can have 70% removed and regenerate in about 2 weeks.
Hypoxia causes an increased in _________ in the cell which damages the cell.