G ra m p o s itive c o c c i
G o ld e ng ra p e c lus te r
b e rry a p p e a rs in
c lus te rs und e r
m ic ro s c o p e
P a rto fno rm a lflo ra o f
s kina nd na re s
(s o m e tim e s )
(Bullous) Impetigo, Ecthyma, F
HRGD Review Part 2
Tumors, Breast, Testes,
Prostate, Selected Drug
Every part capable of tumors
Gross: Cervix, Lower Uterine Seg, Corpus
Histo Cervix: Squamous Epith., Glandular,
Histo Corpus: EM glands, EM strom
HRGD Path Review
Ovary, Menstrual Cycle,
Ovarian Enlargement: NonNeoplasia
A. Endometriosis/Endometriotic Cyst
B. Massive Ovarian Edema
C. Ovarian Torsion
Diseases of Blood Vessels
This disease is characterized by a triad of symptoms. What are they?
What three histologic characteristics are shown above?
What size vessels does type of vasculitis effect?
1. Name 3 types of histological characteristic
ISCHEMIC HEART DISEASE
2. What is the pathogenesis?
3. What makes a plaque unstable?
What point are we post-MI?
What post-MI complication would this cause?
What is this?
What would make this true?
Is this more likely in a
Introduction to Cardiology - part
August 17, 2012
The Cardiac Cycle (slide 3)
BP regulation (slide 34)
The Starling equation (slide 56)
Cardiovascular system and exercise (
5. Cardiac v
Anatomy and blood flow
Left ventricle function: Frank-Starling
Functions of the Cardiovascular
Deliver oxygencarrying blood to the
What is this?
What type of heart failure causes this?
What is the arrow pointing to?
What does that mean about the heart tissue?
What spices do you put in pumpkin pie?
What organ is this?
What caused this?
What other org