clinical manifestations and pathophysiology of cellular injuries caused by

Clinical manifestations and pathophysiology of

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clinical manifestations and pathophysiology of cellular injuries caused by hypoxia, free radicals, and ethanol. Evaluate the process of necrosis, and apoptosis and describe. Cellular Metabolism Aging and Altered Cellular Biology Ethanol Metabolism Ketogenesis 1. Analyze the cellular and body changes associated with aging. (CO 5) 2. Examine the mechanisms and effects of altered cellular metabolism. (CO 1,3) Analyze the steps of ethanol metabolism and describe how it causes hepatocellular damage. Analyze the main concepts of ketogenesis.
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Cancer Cancer Cell Biology Cancer nomenclature and origins of cancer based on the nomenclature (carcino-, sarco-, -oma, -blastoma, carcinoma in situ) Tumor markers and the tumors which produce them (Alpha fetoprotein, Beta HCG, carcinoembryonic antigen, PSA) Pattern of metastasis for lung, colorectal, testicular, prostate, breast, head and neck, ovarian, sarcoma, and melanoma cancers Mechanisms of cancer metastasis TNM Staging System Role/function of oncogenes and tumor suppressor genes in cancer Clinical Manifestations of
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  • Fall '15
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  • Oncology

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