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3. What is the pathophysiology responsible for Jennie’s complaint of a pounding headache and the elevated DTRs?
Cerebral edema. As fluid leaks into extravascular spaces, organ edema, as well as peripheral edema, occurs. This, along with cortical brain spasms, causes headache, increased DTRs, and clonus.
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3.What is the pathophysiology responsible for Jennie’s complaint of a pounding headache and the elevated DTRs?
Cerebral edema. As fluid leaks into the extravascular spaces,organ edema as well as peripheral edema occurs. This, in conjunction with cortical brain spasms, causes headache, increases DTRs, and clonus
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Mr. Jones dropped a 75-pound bag of concrete on his right foot. What is the pathophysiology involved in the manifestations of acute inflammation, which include swelling, pain, heat, and redness?
Ans: Once the injury has taken place, heat and redness occurs because of more blood flow to the injured site. When the exudate accumulates, the area begins to swell. When pressure builds up in the area due to the exudates and prostaglandins, and bradykinin appear at the site, pain results.
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What is the defect in Chronic Granulomatous disease? What is the pathophysiology?
NADPH Oxidase deficiency leads to the inability to kill intracellular organisms
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What does the pathophysiology of chronic gastritis include?
atrophy of the gastric mucosa with decreased secretions
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The study of how disease affects the functioning of the human body is called: Select one: a. psychology. b. pathophysiology. c. physiology. d. anatomy.
A nurse is describing the pathophysiology of urethritis. Which information should the nurse include? Urethritis is a common disorder of the male urethra and is most commonly caused by:
sexually transmitted infection. Answer Feedback: Urethritis is most often caused by sexually transmitted infections from microorganisms such as Neisseria gonorrhoeae and Chlamydia trachomatis
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An oncology nurse is reviewing the pathophysiology of cancer and is discussing with a colleague the factors that contribute to the success or failure of a patient’s chemotherapy. Which cancerous cell is most susceptible to the effects of chemotherapeutic drugs?
Cells that have a rapid mitotic rate
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What is the pathophysiology behind a pounding headache and elevated DTR’s?
Cerebral Edema. As fluid leaks into the extra vascular spaces, organ edema as well as peripheral edema occurs. This is conjunction with cortical brain spasms, causes headache, deep tendon reflexes, and clonus.
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What is the pathophysiology of tension headaches?
May be related to: 1. Emotional stress. 2. Sustained craniocervical muscle contraction.
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