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Chaps1to3_obj - 1 Learning Objectives, Chapters 1 to 3,...

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1 Learning Objectives, Chapters 1 to 3, Rubin’s Essentials of Pathology, 5 th edition Chapter One, Cell Injury 1. Describe the four basic mechanisms by which the plasma membrane protects the metabolic balance of a cell. 2. Compare/contrast hypertrophy with hyperplasia. Cite an example of each. 3. Describe how metaplasia and dysplasia differ. 4. Profile the process of hydropic swelling. Cite and example. 5. Construct a case for cell injury caused by any two of the reactive oxygen species (ROS). Cite the origin and role of each of the ROS you select and how each damages a cell. 6. Discuss how intracellular storage of a substance may be considered “abnormal”. Cite an example. 7. Outline the sequence of events in ischemia/reperfusion injuries that ultimately generates reactive oxygen species. 8. Discuss how some viruses manipulate apoptosis to survive within a cell. 9. List the four elements necessary to maintain ion concentration integrity on either side of the plasma membrane. 10. Define each of the types of cell necrosis.
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This note was uploaded on 01/09/2011 for the course PATH 128 taught by Professor Reisner during the Fall '10 term at UNC.

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Chaps1to3_obj - 1 Learning Objectives, Chapters 1 to 3,...

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