cell injury: cellular accumulations

pathophysiology

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1. water

1.1. swelling

1.1.1. oncosis

1.1.1.1. ISCHEMIC cell death

1.1.1.1.1. Starts w/membrane permeability

1.2. causes

1.2.1. insufficient removal

1.2.1.1. abnormal metabolism

1.2.2. protein folding

1.2.2.1. mutation

1.2.3. ingestion

1.2.3.1. undigestible

1.2.4. lack enzyme storage ??

1.2.5. exogenous material accumulation

2. lipids

2.1. big greasy organs

2.2. most affected

2.2.1. spleen

2.2.2. liver

2.2.3. CNS

3. carbohydrates

3.1. examples

3.1.1. Tay Sachs

3.1.2. fatty liver (both)

3.2. glycogen

3.2.1. excessive vacuolation

3.2.2. genetic

3.2.3. diabetes

4. protein

4.1. beta lymphcytes

4.1.1. Leukemia?

4.2. kidney

4.2.1. convoluted tubule

4.3. emphyzema

4.3.1. slow protein folding

4.4. Alzheimer

4.4.1. cytoskeletal

5. calcium

5.1. dystrophic calcification

5.1.1. areas of necrosis

5.2. psammoma bodies

5.2.1. center of tumors

5.3. metabolic calcification

6. pigments

6.1. melanin

6.1.1. melanoma

6.2. hemosiderosis

6.2.1. iron overload

6.2.1.1. ferritin 60 - 80 g

6.3. bilirubin

6.3.1. jaundice

6.3.1.1. >1.5 mg/dL

7. urate

7.1. uric acid

7.2. gout