Pathoanatomy Module 2

Pathoanatomy Module 2

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1. RHEUMATIC pancarditis this defeat


2. Complications of chronic ulcers


3. microscopic features of myocardial infarction


4. CAUSE Crnification


5. Morphological forms of acute gastritis


6. warty endocarditis imposed on in rheumatism CONSTITUTE


7. Histological features of primary biliary cirrhosis


8. stage during myocardial infarction


9. The outcome in necrotic nephrosis


10. Morphological manifestations of mucoviscidosis


11. Anemia characterizes


12. Causes of nutritional iron deficiency anemia


13. Bladder tumors


14. arteriolosclerosis hyaline vascular lumen


15. Changes arise in the kidney with chronic glomerulonephritis




17. SIGNS OF INVASIVE vesical drift


18. METAPHORICAL NAME THE HEART AT fibrinous pericarditis


19. Pathological processes in the kidney with acute pyelonephritis


20. The size of the heart in dilated cardiomyopathy


21. Changes in the epithelium in chronic gastritis


22. REASON IS silicosis dust containing


23. The cause of iron deficiency anemia in pregnant and nursing mothers


24. The cause of development of appendicitis


25. Complications of chronic pyelonephritis


26. AGENTS interstitial pneumonia


27. Trophoblastic disease


28. pathogenesis of rheumatic diseases


29. AGENTS lobar pneumonia


30. cardiomyopathy is characterized


31. Chronic viral hepatitis develop after


32. The form of clinical course of arterial hypertension


33. 11. BONE MARROW strikes PRIMARY


34. TYPES myocardial infarction localization


35. Signs of chronic gastric ulcer during the exacerbation




37. The forms of leukemia in children, with a favorable prognosis


38. Morphological manifestations of cerebrovascular Diseases


39. The disease with development of secondary nephrotic syndrome


40. For lobar pneumonia is characterized by


41. CHANGES large vessels in essential hypertension


42. The cause of development of ischemic colitis


43. LOCATION IN characteristic changes at the membranous glomerulonephritis


44. successive stages of atherosclerosis
1) aterocalcinosis
2) fibrous plaques
3) complicated lesions
4) fatty Streaks


45. A characteristic morphological features of focal pneumonia


46. Morphological signs of acute nephrosis


47. Signs of chronic viral hepatitis “C”


48. Morphological characters lobar pneumonia AT THE STAGE OF GREY hepatization


49. CELLS IN THE COMPOSITION rheumatic granuloma


50. Bence-Jones protein was detected in the urine at


51. Macroscopic characteristics of nodes at the nodular prostatic hyperplasia
1) Yellow-pink
2) soft consistency




53. TYPES lipoprotein metabolism disorders in atherosclerosis


54. CAUSES pneumoconiosis




56. Carnification – IT IS


57. The changes in the lungs with diffuse chronic bronchitis


58. fatal complications in atherosclerosis mesenteric artery


59. Local factors in the development of gastric ulcer


60. EXODUS rheumatic endocarditis


61. The important factor for developing chronic bronchitis


62. The primary lesion ORGANS in rheumatism


63. SIGNS eccentric myocardial hypertrophy in hypertension






66. The frequency of spontaneous abortion


67. Clue cells in lymphoid tissues IN lymphogranulomatosis


68. The cause of death of patients with cirrhosis


69. MAIN TYPES of bronchiectasis


70. ischemic cerebral infarction develops in


71. The conditions that predispose to DEVELOPMENT of nephrolithiasis


72. endocarditis Libman – Sachs is typical for


73. abdominal aortic aneurysm is typical for


74. The possibility of changes in the arterioles in essential hypertension


75. Clinical and morphological signs of chronic atrophic gastritis in the acute stage


76. Contributing factors in the development of pyelonephritis


77. CAUSE hemolytic anemia


78. Cause of infarction of internal organs in rheumatism


79. Morphological signs of ulcerative colitis


80. GROWTH IN NODES at the nodular prostatic hyperplasia starts at


81. The features typical of Burkitt’s lymphoma


82. Histological forms of the PROSTATE CANCER


83. CAUSES OF ACUTE stomach ulcers


84. carnification lungs at lobar pneumonia


85. Histological signs of chronic cholecystitis


86. spleen weight increase greatly the in leukemia


87. Complications of chronic obstructive bronchitis


88. Cirrhosis can be caused by


89. POSSIBLE COMPLICATIONS of chronic glomerulonephritis


90. Morphological signs of toxic hepatic dystrophy


91. The disease with development of primary nephrotic syndrome


92. Morphological signs of portal cirrhosis


93. The stage of development of lobar pneumonia


94. Morphological characters of Postmaturity


95. Tubulointerstitial nephritis caused immune disorders and associated with antibody and glomeruli were observed at


96. The disease characterized by the formation of glomerular lunate


97. Stages of acute renal failure


98. CELLS Anichkova in rheumatoid granuloma BE CONSTRUED AS A


99. CAUSES OF steatosis


100. renal size with hypertension


101. Outcomes on amyloid nephrosis


102. The reasons for late GESTOSIS


103. The relevant factor in the development of pyelonephritis


104. The possibility of changes in the kidney with renal artery atherosclerosis


105. forms of acute ischemic heart disease


106. Morphological changes of arterioles in hypertension


107. Histological forms of gallbladder cancer


108. foam cells come from


109. The risk factors for atherosclerosis


110. The most frequently histologic type of peripheral lung cancer


111. The causes and risk factors of development of secondary hypertension


112. Signs of acute lymphoblastic leukemia


113. Characteristic signs of chronic myeloid leukemia


114. The etiology of acute pyelonephritis


115. Histological forms of liver cancer


116. MOST PROVEN role in the development RHEUMATISM


117. The characteristic signs of ulcerative colitis


118. SIGNS hepatocellular insufficiency


119. SIGNS dilated cardiomyopathy


120. Obstructive pulmonary disease


121. The symptoms of acute catarrhal gastritis


122. Do not look at treatment with cytostatics leukemic infiltrates STORED IN


123. In chronic leukemia is more characteristic


124. SIGNS OF infarction OF THE PLACENTA


125. Macroscopic picture of amyloidosis kidney


126. IMPROVING LDL in plasma leads to


127. morphological characters DESTRUCTIVE of bronchiectasis


128. Sclerotic deformation of stomach is the outcome


129. The structure of typical rheumatoid granulomas


130. Ischemic heart disease pathogenetic CONNECTION


131. 12. Bone marrow involvement lymphoma


132. Emphysema may be a manifestation


133. The forms of infectious endocarditis




135. Morphological signs of prematurity


136. Signs of chronic pyelonephritis


137. SECONDARY biliary cirrhosis is characterized by


138. ELEMENTS sarcoid granulomas


139. The most frequent localization of myocardial infarction


140. SIGNS of the Alport syndrome


141. Morphological signs of postnecrotic cirrhosis


142. Characteristic signs CROHN’S DISEASE


143. Outcomes of toxic hepatic dystrophy


144. Signs of acute alcoholic hepatitis


145. Bronchiectasis IT IS


146. TYPE lymphogranulomatosis with the most unfavorable prognosis


147. Macroscopic picture of subacute glomerulonephritis


148. Morphological characters intrauterine hypoxia


149. Pulmonary complications of lobar pneumonia


150. Signs of chronic persistent forms of viral hepatitis “B”


151. Morphological basis of hepatosis



152. Microscopic characteristics scirrhous stomach cancer


153. Morphological signs of hemolytic disease


154. pathological process of disorganization of connective tissue rheumatism


155. Benign tumors STOMACH


156. Histological signs of acute cholecystitis


157. Mönckeberg medial sclerosis strikes lining of arteries


158. PRIMARY cardiomyopathy


159. CHANGES IN PRODUCTIVITY extracapillary glomerulonephritis


160. pneumonia refers to groups


161. BASE cerebrovascular disease is


162. Morphological changes in ischemic colitis


163. The most commonly histologic type of central lung cancer


164. Morphologically eclampsia is characterized


165. 1. The most frequent localization of ectopic pregnancy


166. Types of Angina pectoris


167. 1. Diseases leading to the development of primarily contracted kidney


168. Morphological changes lymph nodes in lymphogranulomatosis


169. Basic morphological signs of acute pyelonephritis


170. morphological characters CROHN’S DISEASE


171. CHANGES cardiomyocytes of Angina pectoris


172. SIGNS OF THROMBOSIS of fetal ARTERY villi


173. macroscopic myocardial infarction revealed through


174. Bronchiectasis – a pathological EXPANSION


175. General factors of stone formation


176. chronic nonspecific lung diseases


177. When atherosclerosis affects




179. TITLE rheumatic granuloma


180. Inflammatory reactions in rheumatism


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