edema3 - Dr. Manal Gabril MD Msc FRCPC Pathology, LHSC,...

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Unformatted text preview: Dr. Manal Gabril MD Msc FRCPC Pathology, LHSC, University Campus Blood flow- normal fluid homeostasis Edema Hyperemia Hemorrhage Maintenance of blood as a liquid Thrombosis Embolism Infarct Shock A discharge or escape of blood from the blood vessels into: Exterior of the body A body cavity Surrounding tissues Trauma to large blood vessels Surgery fracture Weakened large blood vessels (artery) Atherosclerosis Aneurysm Atherosclerosis Hemorrhage in retroperitoneal space (abdominal aneurysm) Congenital Berry aneurysm Infection Pulmonary tuberculosis Invasive tumours Erosion of the blood vessels Hypertension Increase intraluminal blood pressure Hemorrhagic diatheses (spontaneous hemorrhage) Thrombocytopenia Severe decrease in number of platelets Deficiency of coagulation/clotting factors Affecting capillaries (small blood vessels) Presented clinically as: Petechiae Purpura 1-2 mm Rupture of a capillary or arteriole Site Skin Mucous membranes Serosal surfaces diffuse superficial hemorrhages in skin up to 3-5mm, up to 1cm Small bruise Large Cavity organs...
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This note was uploaded on 02/08/2012 for the course PATHOLOGY 3245 taught by Professor X during the Spring '11 term at UWO.

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edema3 - Dr. Manal Gabril MD Msc FRCPC Pathology, LHSC,...

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