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Cellular Injury and Adaptation

1). Causes of Cellular Injury
2). Cellular Changes During Injury
3). Cell Death
4). Cellular Adaptive Responses to Injury
5). Other Cellular Alterations During Injury

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Inflammation

1). Acute Inflammation
2). Chronic Inflammation
3). Tissue Responses to Infectious Agents

Cardiovascular System Pathology

1). Ischemic Heart Disease
2). Congestive Heart Failure
3). Valvular Heart Disease
4). Myocarditis
5). Congenital Heart Disease
6). Primary Cardiomyopathies (Diagnosis of Exclusion)
7). Carcinoid Heart Disease
8). Cardiac Tumors
9). Pericardial Disease

Respiratory system disease (Disorder)

1). Congenital Cystic Lung Lesions
2). Atelectasis
3). Pulmonary Infections
4). Sarcoidosis
5). Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
6). Infiltrative Restrictive Lung Diseases(Diffuse Interstitial Diseases)
7). Vascular Disorders
8). Pulmonary Neoplasia
9). Laryngeal Cancer
10). Diseases of the Pleural Cavity

Inflammation

1). Introduction
2). Cause of Inflammation
3). How Inflammation distinct from Infection ??
4). SIGNS OF INFLAMMATION
5). TYPES OF INFLAMMATION
6). Components of Acute and Chronic Inflammatory responses
7). ACUTE INFLAMMATION
8). VASCULAR EVENTS
9). Hemodynamic changes
10). Altered Vascular Permeability
11). Any one fluid that is both exudate and transudate in Oral Cavity ?
12). VASCULAR PERMEABILITY
13). MECHANISMS OF INCREASED VASCULAR
PERMEABILITY
14). Contraction of endothelial cells
15). EMIGRATION
16). Disposal of microorganisms
17). Chemical Mediators of Inflammation

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Inflammation

1). What is inflammation? (Definition)
2). Main components of inflammation.
3). Types of inflammation.
4). Mediator of inflammation
5). Detailed classification of chemical mediators
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Call injury

1). Introduction
2). Definition
 3). Causes of call injury
              Genetic causes
             Acquired causes
4). Caller response
5). Heart lipid accumulation
6). Reversible change
7). Fatty Change (stenosis)
8). Fatty liver
9). Reversible cell injury
10). Irreversible cell injury
11). Classification of Morphology of call injury

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osteoporosis

1). Introduction osteoporosis
2). Pathogenesis
        • Primary osteoporosis
        • Secondary osteoporosis

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CIRRHOSIS

1). Introduction Cirrhosis
2). Pathogenesis
3). Alcoholic Liver Disease
4). Ethanol Metabolism
5). Risk Factors For Alcoholic Liver Disease

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Jaundice

1). What is jaundice
2). What is bilirubin
3). What causes bilirubin
4). Normal range of bilirubin
5). Sign and symptoms of bilirubin
6). Diagnosis of jaundice
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Asthma

1). Asthma – What is It?
2). Types of asthma
3). Symptoms of asthma
4). Asthma pathogenesis / Diagnosis
5). Physical examination
6). How we manage Asthama
7). Can asthma be cured?
8). Mechanism of Drug
9). Treatment

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Hepatitis

1). What is hepatitis
2). Hepatitis A
3). Hepatitis B
4). Hepatitis C
5). Hepatitis D Write types of hepatitis. Detail pathophysiology of hepatitis B
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Diabetes mellitus

1). Definition of diabetes mellitus
2). Pathophysiology
3). Etiology
4). Sing and symptoms
5). Complication
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Rheumatoid arthritis

1). Definition rheumatoid arthritis
2). Sign and symptoms
3). Complication of rheumatoid arthritis
4). Pathogenesis of rheumatoid arthritis
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ASTHMA

1). Definition of asthma
2). Signs And symptoms
3). Pathophysiology
4). Asthma causes
5). Dignosis
6). Drug used in asthma
7). Bronchodialaters
8). Methylxanthines (Theophylline )
9). Anti inflammatory agent and mechanism and action

Diabetes

1). Pancreas
2). Diabetes mellitus / Definition
3). Types of diabetes mellitus / difference between two types
4). Drugs in diabetes: insulin and oral hypoglycemic drugs
5). Insulin
6). Oral hypoglycemic drugs


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