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Essentials of Rubin's Pathology by Emanuel Rubin MD, Howard Reisner PhD

By Emanuel Rubin MD, Howard Reisner PhD

Necessities of Rubin's Pathology, 5th variation is a condensed model of Rubin's broadly acclaimed pathology textual content, specified to scholars in allied healthiness fields, together with dentistry, nursing, actual remedy, and occupational remedy. necessities of Rubin's Pathology has an identical define of 30 chapters as Rubin's Pathology, 10 chapters overlaying rules and mechanisms of pathology and 20 masking organ-specific pathology. necessities extracts key details on pathogenesis, epidemiology, and scientific beneficial properties of illnesses and comprises over 800 schematic illustrations and pictures derived from Rubin's Pathology. A better half site will supply the absolutely searchable on-line textual content, case experiences, audio assessment questions, Podcasts, and a picture financial institution and try generator for college.

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In tissues, PMNs phagocytose invading microbes and dead tissue (see below). Once they are recruited into tissue, they do not re-enter the circulation. Figure 2-10. Generation of reactive oxygen species in neutrophils as a result of phagocytosis of bacteria. Fe2+, ferrous iron; H2O2, hydrogen peroxide; HOCl, hypochlorous acid; NADPH, nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide phosphate; OCl-, hypochlorite radical; •OH, hydroxyl radical; SOD, superoxide dismutase. Endothelial Cells Line Blood Vessels Endothelial cells comprise a monolayer of cells lining blood vessels and help to separate intra- and extravascular spaces.

Figure 1-22. Factors that influence the development of biological aging. Aging May Reflect Accumulated Somatic Damage Oxidative stress is an invariable consequence of life in an atmosphere rich in oxygen. An important hypothesis holds that the loss of function that is characteristic of aging is caused by progressive and irreversible accrual of molecular oxidative damage. The rate of generation of ROS correlates with an organism's overall metabolic rate. The theory that aging is related to oxidative stress is based on several observations: (1) larger animals usually live longer than smaller ones; (2) metabolic rate is inversely related to body size (the larger the animal, the lower the metabolic rate); and (3) generation of activated oxygen species correlates inversely with body size.

Karyorrhexis: The pyknotic nucleus breaks up into many smaller fragments scattered about the cytoplasm.  Karyolysis: The pyknotic nucleus may be extruded from the cell or it may manifest progressive loss of chromatin staining. Early ultrastructural changes in a dying or dead cell reflect an extension of alterations associated with reversible cell injury. In addition to the nuclear changes described above, the dead cell features dilated endoplasmic reticulum, disaggregated ribosomes, swollen and calcified mitochondria, aggregated cytoskeletal elements, and plasma membrane blebs.

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