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Kindly note that you will be presented with 50 questions randomized from the NOUN question bank. Make sure to take the quiz multiple times so you can get familiar with the questions and answers, as new questions are randomized in each attempt.

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1. _____ is also sometimes the end result of autophagy.

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2. Excess collagen deposition in the skin form a raised scar known as_____

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3. LPS means____

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4.

A condition in which there is inadequate oxygenation of the blood due to cardio-respiratory
failure, and decreased oxygen carrying capacity of the blood is referred to as______

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5.

If necrotic cells and cellular debris are not promptly destroyed and reabsorbed, they tend to attract
calcium salts and other minerals and to become calcified. This phenomenon is called ______

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6. _____ is a special form of necrosis usually seen in immune reactions involving blood vessels

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7. There are _______ forms of pathologic calcification.

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________ is the result of a progressive decline in cellular function and viability caused by genetic
abnormalities and the accumulation of cellular and molecular damage due to the effects of
exposure to exogenous influences.

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9. Inflammation may be acute or___

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10. Elementary biology exposes to the fact that the ______is the unit of life.

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The morphologic appearance of _______ is the result of denaturation of intracellular proteins and
enzymatic digestion of the lethally injured cell

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12.

_______ is a pathway of cell death that is induced by a tightly regulated suicide program in which
cells destined to die activate enzymes that degrade the cells' own nuclear DNA and nuclear and
cytoplasmic proteins.

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13. Polymorphonuclear leukocytes are also called________

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14. The causes of hypoxia include reduced blood flow called ___

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15. Inflammation may be acute or_______.

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16. Acute inflammation has ______ major components

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_________ caused by increased hydrostatic pressure or reduced plasma protein is typically a
protein-poor fluid called a transudate.

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18. _____ is necessary to limit progression of the disease.

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19.

______ is characterized by systemic hypotension due either to reduced cardiac output or to
reduced effective circulating blood volume.

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20. ______ denotes an excess of fluid in the interstitial tissue or serous cavities

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21.

________ is a distinctive pattern of chronic inflammation that is encountered in a limited number
of infectious and some noninfectious conditions.

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22.

The systemic changes associated with acute inflammation are collectively called the acute-phase
response, or the systemic inflammatory response______

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_____ is a deficiency of oxygen which causes cell injury by reducing aerobic oxidative
respiration.

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________ is of longer duration and is associated with the presence of lymphocytes and
macrophages, the proliferation of blood vessels, fibrosis, and tissue destruction

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______ is characterized by digestion of the dead cells resulting in transformation of the tissue into
a liquid viscous mass

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_______ is the abnormal tissue deposition of calcium salts, together with smaller amounts of iron,
magnesium and other mineral salts.

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27. Apoptosis serves many normal functions and is not necessarily associated with cell injury.

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28. The Greek word pathos means_____

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29. Hypoxia is a deficiency of __

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30. The principal types of cell death are ______ and apoptosis

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31. ATP means ___

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32. The Greek word logos means______

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33. Approximately 60% of lean body weight is______.

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34. Mitochondria are the cell's suppliers of life-sustaining energy in the form of _______

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35.

_______ appears whenever cells are incapable of maintaining ionic and fluid homeostasis and is
the result of failure of energy-dependent ion pumps in the plasma membrane

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36.

_______ occurs when albumin the major plasma protein is not synthesized in adequate amounts
or is lost from the circulation.

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37.

___refers to focal areas of fat destruction, typically resulting from release of activated
pancreatic lipases into the substance of the pancreas and the peritoneal cavity

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38.

_______ is a distinctive pattern of chronic inflammation that is encountered in a limited number
of infectious and some noninfectious conditions.

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39. Cell death is also sometimes the end result of_____

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40. ECM means_____

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41. A process in which a cell eats its own contents is called

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42. Pathology is the study of ____

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43. Cellular adaptation is necessary to limit progression of the disease.

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44. Hypoxia is an extremely important and common cause of ______and cell death

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_______ is inflammation of prolonged duration (weeks or months) in which inflammation, tissue
injury, and attempts at repair coexist, in varying combinations.

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46. Neutrophils are also called ____

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47. Two or more cells form a ____

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48.

In_______ , blood vessels undergo a series of changes that are designed to maximize the
movement of plasma proteins and circulating cells out of the circulation and into the site of
infection or injury

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49. Metastatic calcification occur in normal tissues whenever there is ______

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50.

_______ is a complex reaction in tissues that consists mainly of responses of blood vessels and
leukocytes

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