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1. What does 10% formalin contain? a. A weak solution of formaldehyde gas 2. Which of the following is a consequence of hypertension (increased blood pressure)? a. Myocardial hypertrophy 3. If the liver cells contain an abundance of spherical vacuoles when seen in hemotoxin and eosin stained tissue sections (slides from microscopy) how can one distinguish fatty liver from glycogen storage? a. Make frozen section of liver and apply a special stain 4. How is gangrene different from coagulation necrosis? a. Saprophytic anaerobic bacteria create additional damage 5. When electron microscopy is done on neutrophilic polymorpo-nucleo leukocytes
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Unformatted text preview: the cytoplasm is seen to contain electron dense lysosomes, what do they contain? a. Proteolytic enzymes 6. If the brown wear & tear pigment is found in numerous smooth muscle cells of various organs the cause is probably: a. Nutritional deficiency 7. The deposition of calcium derived from serum with the fat or adipose tissue of the mesentery adjacent to the pancreas is referred to as a. Dystrophic calcification 8. What do we mean by the emigration of leukocytes in inflammation? a. The amoeboid movement of cells between endothelial cells. Slides: o Focal coagulation necrosis o Fatty infiltration...
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course PVS 297 taught by Professor Vankruningen during the Spring '08 term at UConn.

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