BLD204 Mechanisms of Disease Objectives Upon completion of the unit on cells and cell injury the student should be able: 1. Describe the composition of the cell membrane and state at least 3 physiologic functions. Composition lipid bilayer, proteins
BLD204 Test 2 From the last study guide: 8. List 4 effects that metabolites of arachidonic acid have on the inflammatory process.
Upon completion of the unit on immunity the student should be able to: 1. Define antigen and antibody. Antigen "non se
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injury to a cell can lead to both changes in structure and function knowing the cause of injury can help to answer which of the following: treatment programmed cell death is apoptosis a cell tries to "maintain steady state" after a chall
Ischemia is: A) arterial perfusion falling short of metabolic tissue needs
The most important risk factor associated with atherosclerosis is: age Atheromatous plague is another term for fibrolipid placque which is a pocket of lipid material deposite
MT 204 Exam 3 Upon completion of the section on thrombosis, the participant should be able to: 1. Compare and contrast clots and thrombi in terms of origin and the hemostatic system involved. A thrombus is a solid mass or plug formed within the heart
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