For this assignment answer the following questions in complete well thought out sentences. Provide educated references as needed. A grading rubric is provided separately.
- What are intracellular and intercellular regressive tissue changes? Give some examples.
- What are the causes and types of necrosis?
- What are atrophy and hypertrophy? What are the reasons for these conditions?
- What is inflammation and what are its causes?(http://www.naturalnews.com/048562_inflammation_chronic_disease_organic_food.html)
- Differentiate the 6 types of lesions?
Every assignment must have an introduction, body, conclusion, and references. If you make assertions in your paper, those assertions MUST be cited (in text). In other words, if you are not a recognized authority on statements that you put forward, you must cite (give credit to) the source of that information.
Chapters 3-4 of your textbook are excellent resources for this assignment. All sources to include your textbook should be listed on a separate page in APA format. Use the following link if you need assistance on how to use APA format: https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/ (opens in new window)
The assignment should be in the form of 5 paragraphs answering the questions, one for each question. Remember a paragraph should contain 5-10 complete and well thought out sentences
- Put your name, course and section number, and assignment title and due date at the top of the document.
- Use one-inch margins.
- Use a 12-point Times New Roman font.
- Use double line spacing in the document.
- APA format
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