The differences between necrosis and apoptosis
Discuss the differences between necrosis and apoptosis; must include explanation of what each is and why they occur. 2. Discuss how decreased plasma oncotic pressure can or can not contribute to interstitial edema. 3. Interpret the following arterial blood gas and explain your interpretation. Is compensation occurring, why or why not? pH 7.3, CO2 32, HCO3 23 4. Explain the concepts of clonal selection and clonal diversity. 5. Explain the difference between pathologic and physiologic. 6. Explain recessive and dominant genetic disease transmission, what is a carrier? 7. Why is type IV hypersensitivity different than types I, II and III?
Necrosis and apoptosis
Necrosis is a form of cell death that is characterized by uncontrolled cell swelling and eventually rupture. It is often caused by acute injury to cells, such as trauma, infection, or ischemia (lack of oxygen). Necrosis is typically associated with inflammation, as the release of cellular contents can trigger an immune response.
Apoptosis is a form of programmed cell death that is characterized by a series of orderly events that lead to the disassembly of the cell. It is a normal and necessary process that occurs throughout the life of an organism.