9 Answered Questions for the topic Pathophysiology
Out of the Cell: toward the ribosome
Which is the cellular organelle that has two parts: Big and Small?
Gastritis on Endoscopy
A patient undergoes a gastroscopy and it reveals atrophy in the gastric mucosa in the body and fundus. This patient has an increased risk of developing which of the following? Pernicious... more
What causes a 'stuffy' or 'runny' nose when you have a cold?
When humans get the common cold, a common symptom is a stuffy or runny nose. Is that the body's immune response or is that the virus's doing?
Multiple choice question
Dear staff: This is Yu.zhou. May anybody who is good at Pathophysiology help me with the question below. Thank you, sincerely. Which of the following is a cancer of striated muscle?A... more
A malignant tumor of simple squamous cells of the pleural surface is called:
question in pathphysiology
Secondary hypertension may be classified as idiopathic. is the uncontrollable, severe, and rapidly progressive form of hypertensive disease. may develop as a complication to a renal disease such as... more
How does a dissecting aortic aneurysm develop?
How does a dissecting aortic aneurysm develop? A dilation or bulge develops at one point of the aortic wall. Thrombus accumulates at a point in the aortic wall. A tear in the tunica intima... more
Michael Crichton was an author who wrote the book The Andromeda Strain. The premise is that a space rock hits a central coastal town in California. It carries a
Michael Crichton was an author who wrote the book The Andromeda Strain. The premise is that a space rock hits a central coastal town in California. It carries a virus from space that no one has... more
3. A 32-year-old man comes to his physician complaining of frequency, dysuria, and urgency for several days, as well as pain in the perineal region. The digital rectal examination is extremely... more