ANFS332 Lecture 10 Notes (guest lecture).docx - ANFS332 Lecture 10 Guest Lecture Dr Brannick “3D” Pathology Disease Destruction and Death Pathology

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ANFS332: Lecture 10 Guest Lecture: Dr. Brannick “3D” Pathology: Disease, Destruction, and Death Pathology Pathos” : suffering Literally, the study of suffering and disease Observation and interpretation of disease causes effects, pathways, and sequelae (outcomes) The 3Ds of Pathology Disease : changes from the normal body anatomy and physiology clinical signs, lesions, death Destruction : the process of how body tissues are damaged by disease o Due to factors of causative agent o Due to body response to tissue damage Death : loss of cells, tissues, organs, systems, whole organism, more than one organism Pathology in Action What? Why? When? How? Where? Who? Veterinary Pathology We must as questions, gather information, and solve the case To Study Pathology Comprehensive study of “normal” o Anatomy o Microscopic anatomy: histology, cytology, etc. o Physiology o Clinical parameters: test results, blood values, etc. Intensive study of “abnormal” o Clinical examination: sings, patient history, etc. o Gross examination: surgical exploration, necropsy, etc. o Microscopic examination: histologic analysis, cytologic, analysis, electron microscopy o Additional testing: virology, bacteriology, toxicology, etc.
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  • Fall '15
  • Pathology, Necrosis, Anatomical pathology,  Normal

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