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Altered Cellular & Tissue Biology II

Hannah Lehrer MSN RN
_______ and nutritional disorders are the most serious consequences among alcohol abuse.
Necrosis is the sum of cellular changes after local cell death and the process of ________
_______ is caused by compression and closure of the blood vessels and air passages resulting from external pressure on the neck.
Macrophages are scavenger cells that attempt to digest stored substances all around the body, but are also fixed in the ______ and _______.
Protein in ______ indicates cellular injury and altered cellular function.
__________ asphyxiants either prevent the deliver of oxygen to the tissues or block its utilization.
__________ _________ is the most common chemical asphyxiant.
Membrane alterations during injury are associated with rapid leakage of _______ out of the cell and a rapid influx of water.
Cellular membranes are injured by direct contact with cellular and chemical components of the immune and ________ responses.
_______ _____ deficiency becomes seriously in pregnant women who drink alcohol and may contribute to fetal alcohol syndrome.
Carbon monoxide poisoning includes headache, giddiness, _________, nausea, weakness, and vomiting.
A contusion is _________ into the skin or underlying tissues.
________ injuries are caused by a failure of cells to receive or use oxygen.
The active process of cellular self-destruction called programmed cell death and is implicated in both normal and abnormal pathologic tissue changes.
Carbon monoxide's ultimate injury is _________ injury, namely - oxygen deprivation because CO binds with hemoglobin instead of oxygen.
The most common site of intracellular lipid accumulation which produces a fatty liver.
The term autophagy means ______ __ _____ where the cells are starved or nutrient deprived and then digests itself.
Death of the entire person.
Cellular accumulations are also known as ________, result from injury and normal (but inefficient) cell function.
A normal yellow to green pigment of bile derived from porphyrin structure of hemoglobin.
Acute alcohol intoxication affects mainly the _______ (3 letters) but may induce reversible hepatic and gastric changes.
Is a pigment that protects the skin against long exposure to sunlight and is considered an essential factor in the prevention of skin cancer.
Loss of muscle mass and strength.
Cellular changes characteristic of aging include atrophy, decreased function, and loss of cells possibly causes by apoptosis.
Coagulative, liquefactive, caseous, fat, gangrenous, and gas are all types of ______. [Know what these mean]
_______ alcohol syndrome includes growth retardation, facial anomalies, cognitive impairement, and ocular malformations.
Cellular swelling during hypoxic injury is related to reduced levels of ___ and ATPase that normally keeps sodium out of the cell.