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mechanisms of cell injury

Across
Fading of the basophilia of the chromatin because of the activation of the DNA-ases as the PH of the cell decreases.
If liquefaction occurs it is called?
Denaturation of proteins and enzymatic digestion of the cell.
Cell swelling, cytoplasmic blebs, intercellular attachments deteriorate and loosen.
Mitichondria avidly takes this up after reoxygenation and permanently poisons cells and inhibits cellular enzymes.
If this condition continues, other alterations take place such as increased membrane permeability and diminished mitochondrial function.
Results in the accumulation of lactic acid and inorganic phosphates.
Viruses which cause various degrees of cell injury and cell death.
Once formed, may spontaneously decay and be utilized by phagocytic cells to kill ingested microbes.
Seen in foci of tuberculosis infection gross appearence is "cheesy and white".
DNA condenses into a solid, shrunken basophilic membrane.
Reduces the intercellular PH.
Down
When a coagulative pattern predominates, it is referred to as?
Intercellular acidosis, cell outline is preserved for a few days, the contents of the cell become this.
Generally refers to a limb which has lost its blood supply and been attacked by bacteris.
Genetically determined process of intercellular destruction, "cell suicide".
Involves the induction of immunological response against viral or virus altered cell antigens and the destruction of the cell by either antibody or cell mediated reactions.
Fragmentation of the pyknotic nucleus.
Extensive damage to plasma membrane, swelling of lysosomes.
Due to the focal bacterial infections, as the bacteria stimulate the accumulation of WBC. hypoxic death of cells within the CNS results in this.
Viruses which stimulate host cell replication and may produce tumors.