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...pathology practice. Tissue processing is essentially the second step in histology process. Tissue process entails the diffusion of several substances out of and into stable porous tissues. The clinical use of tissue processing is always intended at generating thermodynamic tendency that can equalise concentration found either outside or inside a block of tissues (Shi, Cote and Chaiwun 1999, p.96). Tissue processing is the comprehensive study of the anatomy of tissues and cells of animals and plants... ?DISCUSS THE RATIONALE FOR THE STEPS USED IN TISSUE PROCESSING TO PRODUCE A PERMANENT SLIDE OF A TISSUE SECTION FOR LIGHT MICROSCOPY Introduction Tissue processing is an exceptionally critical aspect in...
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...Pathology and Imaging.... Case Study: Palpable Tumor Case Study: Palpable Tumor A patient of 60 years enters the emergency care with a palpable tumor in the right hand. Doctors have the responsibility to ensure the growth of this tumor is minimized. Because a palpable tumor is so different from other existing tumors, the doctors rush her for medical check-up. The palpable tumor is a tumor that can be palpated or felt by touch. Tumors for instance in the prostate gland that are tangible can be considered during the digital rectal examination and might show prostate cancer. Bone tumor osteogenic sarcoma, on the other hand, is the most known kind of primary bone cancer that affects children and young...
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Cellular pathology
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...Pathology As a young aspiring scientist, I wish to obtain my Master’s Degree in Cellular Pathology from West of England University. Currently, I am a finalist in Biomedical Science level in the UK. Prior to my studies in UK, I attained an intermediate University Degree in Laboratory Sciences from college of health sciences. Upon graduating from college of sciences, I had the opportunity to work at King Abdul Aziz hospital in 2008. I aspire to continue with my studies in medical diagnostics at the University. Based on my laboratory science background and experience I obtained from King Abdul Aziz Hospital, I have confidence that I possess the necessary skills that form the basis... for a...
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...Pathology Full Pathology is a study that is quite scientific that some people do not agree with its principles. It could be offensive to others because of the categorization of people which could really be awful and destructive especially when one is categorized with a disease. This is because labeling follows a person and could adversely affect an individual’s future life, career and thinking. On the other hand, pathology could help in predicting behaviors or illnesses based on the data collected. The beauty of which is that it could be helpful in determining remedies, therapies or other means of help that could make a person’s condition better. It could also be helpful in avoiding similar... ? Into...
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Forensic Pathology
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...Pathology Child abuse is one of the most rampant crimes today; it is also one of the reasons of the increasing child mortality rate. The vulnerability of children makes them prone to abuse and injustice, and throughout time, children had suffered from abuses and injustices from adults, even from their own parents. In fact, in 1999, there were 1,401 reports concerning fatalities due to child abuse; 54% of which were caused by physical abuse, while 43% were derived from neglect (“Child Abuse,” n.d.). Additionally, in 2009, there were 3.3 million confirmed cases and 6 million child abuse allegations in the United States (“National Child Abuse,” n.d.) These data prove that children... Pediatric Forensic...
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Celluar pathology
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...Pathology in Oncology Introduction An integral component of oncology must be devoted to the study of tumor growth and the ways in which neoplasms sustain themselves. It is not enough to simply investigate chemical and drug-based solutions to cancer without understanding the ways in which various tumors propagate and maintain themselves within the body. The tumor no longer serves a constructive purpose within the larger body, and no longer responds to apoptosis signals that would have limited its growth, characterized by hyper active expansion throughout their respective tissues and spreading to the rest of the body. Oncologists need... Microvessel Density as a Prognostic device for Cellular...
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Online Pathology
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...Pathology Abstract This paper intends to avail a comprehensive discussion on online pathology through the disturbed gambling online. The internet pathology has received a profound popularity in the global scope due to its impacts on the parties involved. The psychological effects attributed to by the online pathology leads to effects linked to both physiological and psychological effects. Internet gambling contributes to the alterations taking place in the internet on the presentation of pathology. Online gambling also facilitates the contemporary forms of pathology such as the addiction to games and can be utilized in explaining online pathology (LaBrie & Shaffer, 2010). This work presents... Online...
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Cellular pathology
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...pathology Cellular pathology Gastritis is a condition with the lining of the stomach called mucosa that becomes inflamed. There are special cells contained on the stomach lining that produce enzymes and acid helping in the digestion and breakdown of food. The mucus from the acid protects the lining of the stomach and gastritis leads to less production of enzymes, acid and mucus. In the first section of the tissue examination, Haematoxylin and Eosin stain is used to give a good visibility of the cells and nucleus of the tissue and their activity state. Haematoxylin is a dye that is dark purple that will stain the nuclear material of the tissue making it a deep purplish blue. Eosin is orange... Cellular...
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TISSUE PATHOLOGY
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...PATHOLOGY DISSERTATION 0 of the disease 1 Introduction The body’s defenses against diseases are in place in the form of the immune system and this system, made up of several components and functions is supposed to ensure that as much as possible, the body is protected from any form of diseases or at worse, the body will be in a position to fight diseases that attack the body to ensure healing (Lichtenstein, Hanauer and Sandborn, 2009). These defensive mechanisms notwithstanding, it has not been always been the case that the body has been protected against diseases. There are many forms of diseases that attack the body in various ways and bring different effects. Once there is a failed system...
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...pathology mainly vests in the ovaries. Typical presentation features include hirsutism and menstrual abnormalities. Researchers continuously seek appropriate management strategies in patients with polycystic ovarian syndrome. Patients with polycystic ovarian syndrome are at risk of developing many complications including: diabetes mellitus type-2 hypertension abnormalities in lipids like raised triglycerides and low high density lipoprotein raised C-reactive protein... Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome Life itself significantly affects women’s health in an endless number of ways. Heredity, the stresses of life, fame and fortune, and the environment constantly attack the health of the average American female....
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Cellular pathology 1
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...PATHOLOGY CELLULAR PATHOLOGY PATHOLOGICAL FEATURES The specimens have been stained with hematoxylin and eosin (H&E) which is the commonest stain used in light microscopy because it stains various structures quite simply(Ovalle et al, 2013, p.g.479). The diagrams show signs of inflammation. Mucosa is damaged and crypts can be seen. Neutrophil infiltration can also be appreciated in submucosa and muscularis externa. Diagram also shows aggregates of lymphoid follicles which can be appreciated by the purple colour they have taken up after staining. H&E staining have stained an organism in the second picture, which is enterrobius vermicularis. The eggs of E. vermicularis which can be seen... CELLULAR...
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Cell pathology-histopathology
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...PATHOLOGY-HISTOPATHOLOGY Tissue Embedding and Sectioning Background Histopathology de s the microscopic inspection of tissue samples to determine the appearance of disease or diseases. In clinical terms, histopathology refers to the microscopic assessment of prepared histological sections of tissue samples. Histopathology plays a pivotal role in the field of diagnostic pathology (Allen, & Cameron 2006, p.5). This technique examines stained tissues. Staining enhances the visibility of the specimen by increasing contrast among the various tissues, cells and organelles under study. This procedure starts with collection of tissue samples. After collection of tissue samples, preparation... ...
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Pathology of the Heart
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...Pathology of the heart The heart is integral in the circulatory system of living organisms. It helps in pumping the blood to all body parts through tiny tubing which are called the blood vessels. The heart does this by repeated and continuous contractions. Pathology deals with diseases study. Consequently, pathology of the heart is the study of heart related diseases. Myocardial infarction is basically called heart attack. It results due to discontinuation of blood flow in the heart or rather when sufficient blood supply does not reach the heart. This condition kills the cells of the heart and is majorly a result of blockage in the artery that transports oxygenated blood (coronary artery... ...
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CELLULAR PATHOLOGY CERVICAL CYTOLOGY
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...PATHOLOGY CERVICAL CYTOLOGY OBSERVING THE COLOUR TRANSPARENCIES AND READING PRACTICAL SCHEDULE where is squamous epithelium located in the vagina and cervix [2 MARKS] Vagina - vaginal canal Cervix - exterior surface [2] where is the columnar epithelium located in the cervix [1 MARK] Endocervical canal [3] list some cell types found in a normal cervical smear [6 MARKS] Squamous cells - basal, parabasal, intermediate and superficial cells, columnar cells, blood cells [4] what colours do these cell types stain with the papanicolaou stain [6 MARKS] Parabasal - stain green [denser] Intermediate - stain green [ pale] Superficial - stain pink Basal cells - dense green Blood cells- orange... CELLULAR...
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Principles of Pathology
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...Pathology Principles of Pathology Pathology is a term used to explain the disease processes. The word is used to cover the study of the diagnosis of the diseases. When studying the disease processes, pathology covers certain aspects that include the cause of the disease, the development of the disease, the structure and mechanism of cells and the consequences of the disease. Pathology can be divided into many divisions such as anatomical pathology, clinical pathology, molecular pathology or general pathology. These types deal with the diseases in different ways. Thus, anatomical pathology is where the disease is diagnosed through the use of microscopic and chemical examinations... Principles of...
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CELLULAR PATHOLOGY- Staining protocols
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...Pathology experiment The aim of the practical was to look at sections of small intestine (ileum), kidney and liver. These are sections that were already processed to paraffin wax, sectioned, fixed as well as mounted on slides. Liver slides for glycogen and ileum slides for mucin staining (using Alcian Blue) were prepared as well with use of diastase digestion. Introduction The Periodic Acid Schiff (PAS) stain is a stain routinely employed in several cellular pathology laboratories. Several tissue components can be demonstrated by this stain. It is an important diagnostic tool in most clinical settings. Substances that consist of glycol groups or alkylamino and amino derivatives are normally... Cellular...
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Syphilis (oral pathology)
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...Pathology) Many healthcare experts believe oral lesions are the initial clinical manifestations of syphilis, however, at present, there exist only limited descriptions of how oral lesions are used to define the clinical manifestation of syphilis. This study describes the clinical manifestation of oral secondary syphilis among HIV-infected patients, as well as the significance of early diagnosis and treatment. The data used by this study originates from information gathered on twenty HIV/AIDS infected adults. In the study, oral pathologists used oral testing among the identified patients in order to discover clinical manifestations of syphilis. In considering the increase in reported... Syphilis (Oral...
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Cellular and Molecular Pathology
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...pathology The most suitable method of removing adequate tissue for histopathological examinationand the most reliable way of making sure you get the correct tissue needed Materials to be used in histological preparations are removed from anaesthetized animals. Since this case involves a human being and thus human materials, which is a scarce situation. Surgical materials or rather tissues are the best source of human tissue due to the ability to remove the normal tissue together with the affected/diseased tissues. In obtaining the right tissue for the examination, there are two distinct methods that can be employed. That is the physical examination technique and the liver... ? Cellular and molecular...
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Pathology of Ageing
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...Pathology of Ageing 2008 Pathology of Ageing The current tendency toward the continued increase in the numbers of elderly in the UK and other countries was forecasted long time ago. Thus, in the UK, along with an 8% growth in overall population, the proportion of young people has dropped from 25% in 1971 to 19% in 2005; at the same time 16% of the UK population are now 65 or older (compared with 13% in 1971), with the percentage of those aged 85 and over rising from 7% in 1971 to 12% in 2005 (Martin, & Sheaff, 2007 The increase of the elderly population - an inevitable outcome of the aging tendency - has considerable implications for the healthcare...
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...Liver Cirrhosis Cirrhosis Many diseases and conditions of the liver manifest themselves through cirrhosis. These diseases and disorders in cause fibrosis in the liver and in the latter stages can be classified as cirrhosis . Hepatitis is one of the diseases that cause cirrhosis due to the damage caused in the liver. The liver is an important organ significant in a number of metabolic processes that include detoxification, deamination among others. In cases where the individual is a chronic drunkard, the liver may suffer irreversible damage as the liver tries to get rid of the alcohol (Anthony, 1978). Cirrhosis does not show any signs or symptoms in the earlier stages. The symptoms include... Cirrhosis...
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Forensic Chemical Pathology
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...Pathology By The Pharmacokinetic process Pharmacokineticsis a branch of pharmacology that scientifically studies the drug disposition in the body and the general changes that occurs in drug plasma concentration. This show that plasma concentration changes with the following process involved in drug utilization in the body (Houck and Siegel, 2006). These processes involve administration, absorption, distribution, and elimination of drug from the blood. Drug administration Drug administration is the process by which drug is introduced into the human body through various methods .These drugs are made available to human body through the following entrance routes. First is through... Forensic Chemical...
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Cellular pathology 2
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...PATHOLOGY 2 Subcutaneous tissue tumor (lipoma) Features that indicate a malignant diagnosis The micro description features that indicate the presence of the subcutaneous tissue includes mature white tissues of adipose that are without atypia. These tissues are free of any bonny cells and cartilage like structures. These cells are two to five times the size of a normal cell, and the appearance of the cells are large that can reach 300 microns. The cytoplasmic vacuoles of these cells appear relatively uniform, and intra-nuclear vacuoles are present. The cytoplasmic amount is small owing to the accumulation of messenger RNA and ribosomal RNA. Areas of fat necrosis on the tissue are seen... CELLULAR...
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Speech-language pathology
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...pathology at the University of Utah and I believe that this course will help me pursue my long-term goal. I strongly believe that communication is a vital requirement that drives the existence of mankind. Over the years I have collected considerable resources, self-contained units on communication disorders and my current experience as a speech-language pathology aide has enabled me to understand human communications in greater detail. My first bachelor’s degree is not related to communications and the GPA is a reflection of the lack of interest for that course... My first day as an elementary school teacher at Heritage Elementary; I introduce myself to a little boy who was busy building his blocks....
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Conjunctiva Pathology and Treatment
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...pathology Conjunctivitis Conjunctivitis is the inflammation of the conjunctiva, the thin membrane covering the inner eye and inner eyelids. Bacterial or viral "conjunctivitis" (or "pink eye") is an inflammation of irritated or infected conjunctiva. Someone with such a disease must be careful not to touch the infected eye. If that occurs, it is imperative to wash the hands well, because the infection easily can be transferred to the other eye and/or to the eyes of other people. Causes: Infection by various pathogens such as: Bacteria Viruses, commonly herpesvirus and adenovirus Mycotic which is uncommon Parasitic: Thelaziaand and Onchocerca cervicalis Rickettsia Allergic Physical... Conjunctival...
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CELLULAR PATHOLOGY- Staining protocols
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...PATHOLOGY- Staining protocols Glycogen Glycogen is present in all the animals it the liver, with liver storing the glucose in the form of glycogen. Thus, during starvation or whenever glucose is required by the body, glycogen is converted back into glucose. Glycogen is preserved in the slides using the alcoholic preservation methods. The use of formalin solution will help to reduce the shrinkage and polarization of the tissue. Periodic Acid Schiff (PAS) stain is the most commonly used stain to identify the structures containing large amounts of glycogen, glycoprotein, mucin, proteoglycan and other basement membranes. (McGavin and Zachary 2006). Fig1: Periodic acid Schiff stain (PAS... ? CELLULAR...
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Tisse pathology dissertation
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...pathology of the disease. This paper is therefore dedicated to finding the pathologic processes involved in the disease of Crohns Disease. 1.2 What is Crohns Disease Crohns disease is one of the inflammatory bowel diseases that mainly affect the gastrointestinal tract of a person (quote). There are other known inflammatory bowel diseases but in the case of Crohns disease, the target of infection has often been the gastrointestinal area from the mouth... 1.0 of the disease 1 Introduction The body’s defenses against diseases are in place in the form of the immune system and this system,made up of several components and functions is supposed to ensure that as much as possible, the body is protected...
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CELLULAR PATHOLOGY- Staining protocols
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...Pathology experiment The aim of the practical was to look at sections of small intestine (ileum), kidney and liver. These are sections that were already processed to paraffin wax, sectioned, fixed as well as mounted on slides. Liver slides for glycogen and ileum slides for mucin staining (using Alcian Blue) were prepared as well with use of diastase digestion. Introduction The Periodic Acid Schiff (PAS) stain is a stain routinely employed in several cellular pathology laboratories. Several tissue components can be demonstrated by this stain. It is an important diagnostic tool in most clinical settings. Substances that consist of glycol groups or alkylamino and amino derivatives are normally... ?Cellular...
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Profit Pathology and Disposable Planet
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...Pathology and Disposable Planet” The documentaries “Flow: For Love of Water” and “The World According to Monsanto” are closely related to the article “Profit Pathology and Disposable Planet” written by Michael Parenti. Even though each of these documents deals with a very specific issue, the evil portrayed in each of these works is destructive. Indeed, “Flow: For Love of Water” raises the crucial issue of people’s right to have access to clean water and at the same time denounces the multinationals which pretend to help with the issue while they are actually taking advantage of the population. Besides... ? How “Flow: Love for Water” and “The World According to Monsanto” Support the Article “Profit...
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The pathology of multiple sclerosis
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...pathology of Multiple Sclerosis The disease d as Multiple sclerosis (say, MS) is related to the damage of nerve cells in human brain. This sort of damage affects the proper functioning of nerves and nervous system as a whole. When a patient is under the influence of MS, the nervous system does not respond to the signals originating from the brain. For instance, the patient’ immune system may act against the nervous system, which is not under the control of the signals produced by brain. Besides, the patient’s brain and nerves may undergo damage. Buck (2013, p. 885) states that, “MS can be mild, but it may cause the loss of ability to write, walk, and speak”. On the...
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Letter of Intent for Speech Language Pathology
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...Pathology To the Graduate Selection Committee As a child I had difficulty in pronunciation of sounds like ‘s, z, th’ and many others words. I vividly remember the looks of people when they could not understand what I was saying and still hark back to the frustration I felt when I could not convey my words in the proper way. My parents were very upset but they did not just sit back and watch me suffer; instead they took me to a doctor who recommended speech therapy. The speech therapy sessions were pretty intense for me at first because I was still a child and felt pressurized by idea of not being able to talk properly. However my... ?30th December of Toronto Master’s Program Director Speech Language...
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Forensic Pathology Case Study: Problem F
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...Pathology Case Study: "Problem F" Forensic Pathology Case Study: "Problem F" I. Would you rule out suicide in this case? Please explain your answer. The man, and in this case the driver, seem to have committed suicide. His wife reveals that her husband, Mr. Marley, has become slightly depressed for the time he is required to be on the trips. Mr. Marley had been suggesting to his wife that he felt it being fair to retire after fifteen years of working and left for the young sales teams to go for the trips. His wife also reveals Marley’s complaints over increased distant over past six months. Another suggestion that depicts that Mr. Marley might have committed suicide was over-speeding... Forensic...
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Forensic Pathology Case Study: Problem A
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...Pathology (A case study on Problem A) 14 July Forensic pathology is a sub-specialty of pathology that determines the cause of death of people who died suddenly, violently, or unexpectedly by means of an autopsy. It requires a thorough knowledge of biology, science, medicine, and other fields in order to find the cause of death especially if foul play is suspected. Forensic pathologists are also called alternatively as medical examiners due to the nature of their job which is to think like a detective. Q1. The cause of Suzys death is probably due to alcohol poisoning which triggered a reaction in her body such as the development of hives resulting in itchiness from the allergies. She... Full Forensic...
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Oral pathology related to thyroid disorder
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...pathology related to thyroid disorder The thyroid gland is a bilobular structure that lies on other side of the trachea. Thyroid brokenness is the second most normal glandular disorder of the endocrine framework and is expanding, overwhelmingly among ladies. Up to 5% of the female populace has adjustments in thyroid capacity, and up to 6% may have clinically discernible thyroid knobs on palpation. The oral human services proficient ought to be acquainted with the oral and systemic appearances of thyroid illness so he or she can recognize any difficulty and survey the level to which the condition is controlled. In the event that a suspicion of thyroid malady emerges for an undiagnosed... Other Oral...
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My Disability: Causes, Pathology, and Treatment
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...Pathology, and Treatment. London J. & A. Churchill, 8th edition. 2003. Print Davis,Lennard. The Disability Studies Reader. London: Routledge. 2013. Print Linton, Simi. Claiming Disability: Knowledge and Identity. New York: NYU Press. 2008. Print Sharma, Anjali. Disability: Challenges Vs Responses. Lansing, MI: Concerned Action Now. 2009. Print Staheli, Lynn. Clubfoot: Ponseti Management. Houston: Global HELP Organization. 2009. Print... (Name) (Instructors’ name) (Course) (Date) My Disability I render it being fortunate and blessed to have been born a triplet since not many children out there have this opportunity. My family consists of five; my mother, father, brother and sister. However, among the ...
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Forensic Pathology Case Study: The JFK Assassination
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...Pathology Case Study: The JFK Assassination Forensic Pathology Case Study: The JFK Assassination Forensic Pathology relates to studying the causes of death particularly in criminal cases when the police are certain that the death wasn’t occurred naturally. The overall process initiates with autopsy or post-mortem which involves the physical examination of dead body. This helps in identifying the reasons due to which the person died. Here, the forensic pathologist is responsible to collect evidences such as location of wounds, blows, bullet entry points etc. (Elvidge, 2014). Murder of President John F. Kennedy is one of the most renowned incidents in the recent history. The reasons for his... Forensic...
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PATHOLOGY & BIOCHEMISTRY MODEL DEGREE EXAM QUESTIONS
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...PATHOLOGY & BIOCHEMISTRY MODEL DEGREE EXAM QUESTIONS PATHOLOGY PART Q1. Write a full of the differences between Malignant and Benign neoplasm (you should have between 14-15 differences). In your essay you should draw up a table SIMILAR to the one below (Do not use the exact wording as the table below) (write about 250 words) DIFFERENCES BETWEEN MALIGNANT AND BENIGN NEOPLASIA MALIGNANT BENIGN 1 Made up of undifferentiated, anaplastic cells Differentiated cells 2 Metastasize to other tissues such as lymph nodes Growth is limited within tissue of origin 3 Ill-defined borders Well-circumscribed growth 4 Needs adjunct therapy such as medical and/or radiation...
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Forensic Pathology: The Clinical Forensic Medicine Scenario
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...Pathology: Case Study Problem C Affiliation with more information about affiliation, research grants, conflict of interest and how to contact Forensic Pathology: Case Study Problem C a) Women who are victims of domestic violence (DV) or intimate partner violence often tend to show hesitation to admit it and they need a question from the attending healthcare professional as an “essential first step” for disclosing the fact (Linden & Director, 2004, p.1120). It, therefore, transpires that women perceive a stigma attached to the problem of DV and do not want to admit it. Some may also hesitate to openly come with the admission of DV because of fear of retaliatory action from their partners... Forensic...
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Discussion - Pathology of the Cardiovascular System
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...Pathology of the Cardiovascular System Arteriosclerosis obliterans, or simply peripheral artery disease (PAD), is a cardiovascular system disorder that affects the blood vessels and circulation in the legs and feet of an individual causing tissue and nerve damage (Jain 397). The arteries narrow and blood flow become extremely difficult as plague (fatty materials) builds up, thus the blood supply to the lower extremities is limited. Consequently, PAD causes the muscles in the legs and feet region to work twice the normal rate regardless of whether the person is resting or at motion. The disorder has a high susceptibility to individuals with high cholesterol, stroke, and...
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CLINICAL CASE STUDY- Diagnostic Techniques in Pathology
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...Pathology Department: Question Explanation of the patient history History and Physical Examination Comments Patient Name: Date: Referral Source: Data Source: Patient Chief Complaint & ID: A twenty year old female patient who has suffered from a problem of productive cough for twenty four hours that got worse for a whole night. History of Present Illness The patient, a lady aged 20 years, who according to her report had been well until 24 hours ago when she suffered an acute case of productive cough. She kept fit and has had good health prior to the cough, given her regular work outs at the gym. The cough, she says started off as a common case. However, it got worse... Within normal range...
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Forensic Pathology Case Study: Skeletal Remains
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...pathology to crime investigation (4th Ed.). Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas Publisher, Ltd.... Remains Investigation Sometimes it becomes difficult to know exactly what human remains are. When someone burns into ashes, it is impossible to tell exactly whose ashes are and which part of the body it is. In some accidents, when someone is cut into pieces, it also becomes difficult to differentiate the body parts. It is important to do some investigation and know exactly what the remains are and also who was the person involved. Sometimes, the investigation can also assist to know what caused the incidence (Spitz, 2006). In the given case where human remains are found in the firm and taken to the morgue. T...
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Cellular and Molecular ( Pathology Case Study Assignment)
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...Pathology (Case Study Assignment) Tissue histopathological studies have become the gold standard for the diagnosis of a variety of liver diseases. According to the generally accepted criteria, following are the indications for liver biopsy: chronic hepatitis, Wilson`s disease, alcoholic hepatitis, non-alcoholic steatohepatitis, primary biliary cirrhosis, cholestatic liver disease, fever of unknown origin, liver mass, status of liver post-transplantation and of donor pre-transplantation (Bravo et al, 2001) Though it is generally accepted that liver biopsy specimen is no more than 1/150,000 part of the whole liver mass, but this is considered to be adequately representative... ?Cellular and Molecular...
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Forensic Pathology Case Study: The Motel Room
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...Pathology Case Study: "The Motel Room" What are the possible scenarios that might account for this presentation:- In this scenario, dead body of female has been found naked lying on the bed and the bed sheets are not in proper order. The age of the female might vary between late teens and early twenties. Postmortem lividity has been found on the back of the body. It indicates that the back of the body parts of the female has got the mark from accumulation of deoxygenated blood in some vessels due to heavy contact of pressure. It generally appears within 1 hour to 2 hour after death. It means that the death has been occurred much before. The body is nude... sciences and medicine Forensic Pathology Case...
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The role of cellular pathology in investigation of lymphoma
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...Pathology in Investigation of Lymphoma ID Number & Total Number of Words: 2,996 Introduction Lymphoma is actually a type of blood cancer cell that develops as part of the immune system. In general, lymphoma is represented by a solid cancer cells or tumors found in the lymph node. Depending on the stage and the type of cancer cell, people who are diagnosed with lymphoma can be treated with either chemotherapy, radiotherapy, or bone marrow transplant (Parham, 2005, p. 414). The presence of extranodal lymphoma is a serious health condition because it can adversely affect other organs like the brain, bones, and the skin. Similar to lyphoid leukemia, lymphomas can originate... such as the...
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Pathology in Thyroid, Female Pelvis and in Male Testicular
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...Pathology in Thyroid, Female Pelvis, And in Male Testicular Pathology in Thyroid, Female Pelvis and in Male Testicles Common health problem encountered by many people in the world can be avoided if people would have appropriate information about their causes, symptoms and remedies. Thyroid disorder is one of the health problems. Thyroid disorder is scientifically used to represent diseases entailing thyroid glands and thyroid hormones. The two main categories of thyroid disorders are hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism. This grouping is based on the decrease or the increase in thyroid hormone serum. Hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism can be additionally classified basing on factors... ...
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The role of cellular pathology in the investigation of lymphoma
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...PATHOLOGY IN THE INVESTIGATION OF LYMPHOMA Hafsa Saliha Jabran Page. 1 Lymphoma is a cancer that forms malignant tumors of lymphoblasts, initially occurring in B Lymphocytes, White Blood Cells of the immune system. It results in decreased immunity, thus making the sufferer more susceptible to diseases, and an overall weaker individual. It is mostly common in tropical Africa, where it occurs mainly in children. Lymphoma can be diagnosed through an excisional biopsy, by obtaining a minute sample of tissue from the affected body site (maybe the lymph nodes in the neck, armpits or groin, or even... THE ROLE OF CELLULAR...
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The neurotransmittion pathology and thier malfuction due to cancer
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...pathologies and their malfunctions due to cancer Author’s name Institutional Affiliation Abstract The neurotransmission pathologies and their malfunctions due to cancer were studied in the context of the given research task. The mental and physical health are inextricably related to each other. Approximately half of cancer patients have the developing mental disorders. The WHO announced that about 121 million patients' mental disorders are accompanied by serious illnesses, such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes or cancer. Such disease as cancer can be the reason of various transmitter pathologies... ?Running head: NEUROTRANSMISSION PATHOLODIES AND THEIR MALFUNCTIONS DUE TO CANCER The neurotransmission...
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Forensic Pathology Case Study: The 13-Year-Old Male
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...pathology case study: "the 13- year- old male" Before I open the head and body, based upon the historywe just heard, what is the most likely cause of this poor boy’s death?" The most likely causes of the death of the 7Th grader based on the Deputy Coroner’s embrace injury, disease, or combination of the two besides utter neglect on the part of the victim. (Bilo, Robben & Rijn, 2010). The deputy coroner reported that, ``the coach told him to lie still, but the boy insisted on getting up, adamantly stating that he was all right. He did stand up, had no apparent difficulty in walking, and proceeded out of the school grounds.” This would have been also aggravated by the possibility... pathology case study: ...
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Personal statement on going to graduate school for speech pathology
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...Pathology I have applied to pursue a Masters Degree in Speech Pathology because of several reasons. First of all, I have personal interest in the field and want to be adequately trained and certified. My level of interest is of such that I have volunteered at a local school to work with children with speech disorders. This is helping to give me a first hand knowledge of what the field entails. I get the chance to interact with several stakeholders in this area, such as children, parents, medical personnel, social workers, volunteers, and persons in training in the profession. I am fascinated and want to become a professional. I am confident... Personal ment on going to Graduate School for Speech...
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Forensic Pathology Case Study: The 2-Year-Old Child
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...Pathology Case Study: "The 2-Year-Old Child" Forensic Pathology Case Study: "The 2-Year-Old Child" Read the following case study and then answer the two questions: A 2 year old child is taken to the house of a babysitter at 7:00 AM, by the boyfriend of the mother. The child was noted to be somewhat sleepy but in no acute distress. During the day the child was listless and much less active than normal for her. At 4:30 PM, the 14 year old daughter of the babysitter arrives home, and goes to a backroom to check on the child--finding her unresponsive. This is her first contact of the day with the baby. 911 is called and child is transported to hospital, and pronounced DOA. Autopsy examination... Forensic...
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The pathology of Parkinson's disease, and how to counteract it
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...Pathology of Parkinson’s disease Parkinson’s disease commonly referred to as PD is one of the most common neurodegenerative diseases. PD affects mostly the neurons located in the nervous system. The affected neurons located in the basal ganglia cavity get deteriorated affecting the normal functions of the nervous system resulting to rigidity, tremor and bradykinesia. The resulting PD conditions get worse with age making it complicated to treat and control. More studies have to be conducted in an effort to come up with better strategies to counteract the disease. In order to identify different treatment methods, the pathology of the disease has to be...
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