, Disorders of White Blood Cells and Lymphoid Tissues List the three types of cells of the hematopoietic system. (pp slides #5 and #6) Puripotent stem cells Myeloid stem cells Lymphoid stem cells
Trace the development of the different blood cells from th
Test Preparation Study Guide #4, Stress and Adaptation
Define the term homeostasis (pp slides 4 and 5)
Constancy to be maintained during changes in internal/external environment. Cite Cannon's four features of homeostasis. (Box 9-1, text page 210, pp sl
Learning Objectives, Chapter 11, Disorders of White Blood Cells and Lymphoid Tissues UPDATED 10/24/2011 DR. CRANE Bold = changes on page one and two! 1. List the three types of cells of the hematopoietic system. (pp slides #5 and #6) WBC, platelets, and R
Chapter 8, Disorders of Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid-Base Balance Where are fluid and electrolytes located? Body cells Tissue spaces b/w the cells Blood that fills vascular compartment Describe the role of body fluids? Transport gases, nutrient, and wa
Study Guide for Genetics and Neoplasm, Week Three Recognize that genes are composed of DNA and lie within chromosomes. Recognize that genes code for proteins, which in turn produce individual traits like height . Understand that meiosis occurs only in sp
Kidneys, Test guide Chapter 24 Describe the 6 kidney functions. Regulate pH of body fluids through reabsorption/elimination/conservation of Na +, K+, H+, Cl+, and HCO3 Eliminate metabolic wastes (urea, uric acid, and creatinine) and drugs and their metabo
Test Guide for Circulatory Function Chapter 18 1. What is happens with arterial obstruction? (pp. 6) 2. What happens with venous obstruction? (pp. 6) 3. Describe Virchow's Triad. (pp. 7, 8, and 9) 4. What causes sudden vessel occlusion? (pp. 9) 5. Define
Pathophysiology, NU 201 Study Guide for September 9th class to help you prepare for first examination. Introduction What is Pathophysiology? The study of what happens when normal physiology goes wrong; physiology of altered health. It deals with cellular
Test Guide for Respiratory Problems Make-sure to review anatomy and physiology pp slides.
Describe etiology and signs/symptoms of sinusitis.
Infection or allergy obstructs sinus drainage.
Acute: facial pain, headache, purulent nasal discharge, decreased
GI Part One Examination Guide
What is Prader-Willi syndrome? When plasma ghrelin levels are high from birth. Pt obese, decreased muscle tone, and mental ability; sex glands produce
little or no hormones.
What is a gastrinoma? Tumors associated with more