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Concepts for Final Patho Fall 2015 The structure (pathological) of the digestive tract The structure of the (pathological) of the intestine During contraction the (process) or movement of gastric contents (pathological) Brush border enzymes of the villus structures (GI) Risk factors for GI bleeding VIT K deficiency and the relationship to medications Gastrin production and rationale H Pylori Inflammatory bowel diseases Crohns Ulcerative colitis Function of the Peritoneum Peptic Ulcer Disease Clostridium Difficile Colitis (risk factors for) Celiac Disease Colorectal Cancer Functions of the mucociliary blanket regarding the conducting airways Acute hypoxia in relationship to alveolar oxygen levels Viral influenza Bacterial pneumonia Bronchogenic carcinoma Respiratory disorders in relationship to (pathology) for infants Tension pneumothorax Bronchial asthma Glomerular filtration rate Polycystic kidney disease
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