PATHOPHYSIOLOGY TEST 4 NOTES
RENAL PATHOLOGY: (2 categories chronic/acute)
1. Chronic Renal Failure: slow, insidious, progressive, occurs over years
1. Explain the traditional view of all nephron units are diseased and the intact nephron hypothesis of chr
PATHOPHYSIOLOGY TEST 5
SKIN Mucous Membranes
Acne: classically a chronic/acute inflammatory disease that involves increase in secretions from the sebaceous glands
- Sebaceous glands: secretions increase and get infected = cause sebaceous gland to become i
Pathophysiology Practice Exam 5
1. Where is the most likely place for an aneurysm to occur?
A. Middle Cerebral Artery
B. Brain Stem
C. Coronary Artery
D. Circle of Willis
2. Characteristics of atopic eczema include:
2. Red lesions on knees,
1. People will start to see symptoms of Renal Failure when they have lost what percentage of their
2. Glomerular Filtration rate can be effected by:
a. Number of glomeruli
b. Viscosity of blood
3. Which of the following can
PATHOPHYSIOLOGY EXAM 3
1. Explain blood gas levels for acute respiratory failure
Respiratory Failure - when the lungs cannot fulfill their function, failing to do this.
Only function of lungs is the exchange of O2 and CO2.
Clinically and academically i
GOLDFARB SCHOOL OF NURSING AT BARNES-JEWISH COLLEGE
PATHOPHYSIOLOGY: TEST 1
1. Explain the concept of disease.
Literally, lack of ease".
The definition is subjective and is on a continuum:
o Disease - Ease
o Disease is tangible and mea
Patho Test 3 Practice questions
*ALL BOLD ANSWERS ARE CORRECT, EXCEPT WHERE DIFFERENT ANSWER IS HIGHLIGHTED IN BLUE
1. Hypoventilation results in:
a. Less CO2 released and an increase in pH
b. More CO2 released and a decrease in pH
c. Less CO2 released an