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1 Path Jeopardy Cellular Responses Edit the topic by double-clicking on Type the topic here.
2 PathisLots O’Fun12345Double-click on each topic at the top to edit it.The numbers are all hyperlinked to the questions. The hyperlinks only work in the Slide Show view. Type Shift and F5 simultaneously to test your links.
3 LIQUIFACTIVE NECROSIS Topic 1: 1 pointA 60-year-old man died secondary to a fungal infection of the brain. An autopsy revealed the gross findings in the photograph. Necrosis of the brain is classified asOn each question slide, you can double-click the white text to add a question.Take special care to not press Delete before editing the text, as it will remove the animations and possibly the formatting.To insert pictures, shapes, or Clip Art, too, go to the Insert ribbon.Double-click on the black text to enter the answer. The house in the bottom left corner will allow the students to return to Slide 2, where the question board is found.Make sure to change your Topic section at the top of your slides, too.LIQUIFACTIVE NECROSIS
4 Topic 1: 2 pointsA 30-year-old woman who had leukemia was treated with bone marrow transplantation. She developed a skin rash that was interpreted as a sign of a graft-versus- host reaction. In the epidermis, there were scattered dead epidermal cells that had rounded contours and pyknotic nuclei. This form of cell death is caused byactivation of caspases through receptor transmitted signals on the cell surface
5 Topic 1: 3 pointsUptake of bacteria into the cytoplasm of neutrophilic leukocytes is calledPHAGOCYTOSIS
6 Dilated cisterns of the rough endoplasmic reticulum Topic 1: 4 pointsA 28-year-old man was found to have cirrhosis of the liver and pulmonary emphysema. The liver cells contained globular inclusions in their cytoplasm, which by electron microscopy are shown to be located inside theDilated cisterns of the rough endoplasmic reticulum
7 Topic 1: 5 pointsA 60-year-old obese man was admitted to the hospital for treatment of alcoholism. He has diabetes mellitus. A liver biopsy was performed, and the specimen showed that the liver cells contain increased amounts ofTRIGLYCERIDES
8 Metastatic calcification Topic 2: 1 pointThis type of calcification occurs in patients who have hypercalcemia, which is most likely caused by secondary hyperparathyroidismMetastatic calcification
9 Topic 2: 2 pointsA 48-year-old woman has a malignant lymphoma. She is treated with a chemotherapeutic agent which results in the loss of individual neoplastic cells through fragmentation of cell nuclei and cytoplasm. The lymphoma decreases in size. The mechanism by which her neoplasm primarily responded wasApoptosis
10 Nuclei undergo karyorrhexis Topic 2: 3 pointsA 53-year-old man has experienced severe chest pain for the past 6 hours. A coronary angiogram is performed and reveals >90% occlusion of the left anterior descending artery. What cellular change seen in irreversible injury will have occurred?Nuclei undergo karyorrhexis
11 Topic 2: 4 pointsA 30-year-old man is struck on the leg by a falling path book, which strikes him on his left leg in the region of his thigh. The skin is not broken. Within 2 days there is a 3 x 4 cm purple color at the site of injury. This substance most likely accumulated at the site of injury and produced a yellow-brown color 16 days laterHemosiderin
12 Topic 2: 5 pointsA 54-year-old man with a chronic cough has a squamous cell carcinoma diagnosed in his right lung. During surgery, the hilar lymph nodes are jet black in color. This pigment is the most likely cause for this appearance to the hilar nodesAnthracotic pigment
13 Increased free radicals Topic 3: 1 pointA 50-year-old woman with a history of unstable angina suffers an acute heart attack. Therapy to restore coronary blood flow is given. In spite of this therapy, the degree of myocardial fiber injury may increase because of this cellular abnormalityIncreased free radicals
14 Topic 3: 2 pointsA 29-year-old man visited the sandy luxurious beaches on Presque Isle State Park. The next day he has a darker complexion. His skin does not show warmth, redness, or tenderness. His skin tone fades to its original appearance within a month. This substance contributes the most to the biochemical process leading to these skin changesTyrosine
15 Topic 3: 3 pointsA 55-year-old man has a 30-year history of poorly controlled diabetes mellitus. He has had extensive black discoloration of skin and soft tissue of his right foot, with areas of yellowish soft tissue, for the past 2 months. A below-the-knee amputation is performed. This type of necrosis is calledGangrenous necrosis
16 Topic 3: 4 pointsA 45-year-old man has a traumatic injury to his forearm and incurs extensive blood loss. On physical examination in the emergency department his blood pressure is 70/30 mm Hg. This cellular change is most likely to represent irreversible cellular injuryNuclear pyknosis
17 Topic 3: 5 pointsA 90-year-old woman dies from pneumonia complicating Parkinson disease. At autopsy her heart is normal in size. On microscopic examination, there is increased lipochrome (lipofuscin) seen adjacent to the nuclei within the myocardial fibers. The cellular mechanism responsible for these findings isAutophagocytosis
18 Topic 4: 1 point Cellular swelling This is the first manifestation of almost all forms of injury to cellsCellular swelling
19 Necrosis and Apoptosis Topic 4: 2 pointsThese are the two principal forms of cell deathNecrosis and Apoptosis
20 Topic 4: 3 points Necrosis This is the result of denaturation of intracellular proteins and enzymatic digestion of the lethally injured cellNecrosis
21 Topic 4: 4 points Fibrinoid Necrosis This is a special form of necrosis seen in immune reactions involving blood vesselsFibrinoid Necrosis
22 Dystrophic calcification Topic 4: 5 pointsA 38-year-old man has a health screening examination. He has a routine chest x-ray that shows a 2 cm nodule in the right lower lobe. The nodule shows caseous necrosis and calcification. The following process explains the appearance of the calcium depositionDystrophic calcification
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