By Raphael Rubin, Emanuel Rubin, Bruce A. Fenderson, David S. Strayer
Lippincott's Illustrated Q&A Review of Rubin's Pathology, moment version deals updated, clinically appropriate board-style questions-perfect for direction assessment and board prep. nearly 1,000 multiple-choice questions with targeted resolution reasons disguise often confirmed issues more often than not and systemic pathology. The ebook is seriously illustrated with photographs within the query or solution clarification.
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For example, obstruction of venous outflow or decreased right ventricular function results in a back pressure in the vasculature, thereby increasing hydrostatic pressure. Loss of albumin (kidney disorders, this case) or decreased synthesis of plasma proteins (liver disease, malnutrition) reduces plasma oncotic pressure. Noninflammatory edema is referred to as a transudate. A transudate is edema fluid with a low protein content. An exudate (choice B) is edema fluid with a high protein and lipid concentration that frequently contains inflammatory cells.
Indd 27 27 20 A 16-year-old boy suffers a concussion during an ice hockey game and is rushed to the emergency room. A CT scan of the brain reveals a cerebral contusion of the left frontal lobe. The boy lies comatose for 3 days but eventually regains consciousness. Which of the following cells is the principal mediator of scar formation in the central nervous system of this patient? (A) Fibroblasts (B) Glial cells (C) Neurons (D) Oligodendrocytes (E) Schwann cells 21 A 30-year-old firefighter suffers extensive third-degree burns over his arms and hands.