Chapter 1 Word Bank:

A. Complex problem solving

B. Executive function

C. Functional symptoms

D. Immunotics

E. Information processing 

F. Learning disability

G. Memory deficit

H. Organic symptoms

I. Stoic

J. Genomics

_____ 1) Effective handling of new information

_____ 2) Unaffected by pain, difficulty accepting illness or being sick

_____ 3) Cortical functions involved in goal making, planning, initiating, monitoring and maintaining behavior

_____ 4) Signs or indications that occur without significant physical dysfunction of brain cells

_____ 5) Possibly caused by abnormal physiologic changes in brain tissue

_____ 6) Boosters that fend off infection and keep the immune system working by using natural and organic substances. 

_____ 7) The speed that information travels from one part of the brain to another, and the amount of information that is assimilated at that speed. 

_____ 8) Occurs in a person with normal or near normal intelligence, as difficulty acquiring information in specific domains.

_____ 9) Failure to store or retrieve information

_____ 10) Investigation of an organism’s entire hereditary information encoded in the DNA 

Chapter 3 Word Bank:

A. Anaphylaxis

B. Caseous

C. Contracture

D. Diapedesis

E. Dysplasia

F. Effusion

G. Exudate

H. Hyperplasia

I. Hypertrophy

J. Karyolysis

K. Karyorrhexis

L. Keloid

M. Metaplasia

N. Senescence

O. Sepsis 

P. Phagocytosis

Q. Pyknosis

R. Transudation 

____ 1) Cells growing old

____ 2) A whole-body allergic reaction

____ 3) Cheesy necrosis

____ 4) Excessive shrinking of healing tissue impeding range of motion in the joint

____ 5) Oozing of leukocytes 

____ 6) Ingestion of microorganisms, debris, and necrotic cells

____ 7) Increase in the cell numbers with altered cell morphology and loss of histologic cell organization

____ 8) Protein rich and stringy fluid may also contain phagocytes. 

____ 9) Escape of fluid into a joint capsule

____ 10) Passage of fluid through a membrane or tissue surface, occurs because of difference in hydrostatic pressure, primarily in conditions like cirrhosis, nephrosis, left ventricular failure. 

____ 11) Increase in the number of cells leading to an increase in organ size

____ 12) Increase in the size of the cell and organ can occur when functional demand increases

____ 13) Degeneration of cell

____ 14) Fragmenting of injured cell 

____ 15) Dissolution of injured cell

____ 16) Collagenous masses that protrude from skin

____ 17) Change in a cell’s makeup or morphology and function resulting in conversion of one adult cell type to another

____ 18) When microorganism or their toxins are present in the blood, travelling throughout entire body

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