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WGU D236 Pathophysiology Questions and Answers 100% Pass

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WGU D236 Pathophysiology Questions and Answers 100% Pass Malara ✔✔Symptoms are fever and flulike illness, including shaking chills, headache, muscle aches, and malaise. Nausea, vomiting, and di... arrhea may also occur. can cause anemia and jaundice because of the destruction of RBCs. MRSA ✔✔Signs and symptoms depend on where the infection causes disease. For example, if the infection occurs in a wound, the wound will be painful, reddened, swollen, and warm to the touch. If the skin infection spreads to the lung, causing pneumonia, or to the bloodstream, then the symptoms will be more systemic. Staph Infection ✔✔Symptoms and signs include a collection of pus, such as a boil, furuncle, or abscess. The area is typically tender or painful and may be reddened and swollen. Warm to the touch H1N1 ✔✔The symptoms are the same as for seasonal flu. They include fever, cough, sore throat, nasal congestion, body aches, fatigue, and headaches. Some experience diarrhea and vomiting. Second Degree Burns ✔✔The skin appears red and blistered and it may be swollen. First Degree Burns ✔✔The skin is red, painful, and dry, but there are no blisters. Third Degree Burns ✔✔The skin most likely appears white, pearly, or leathery. Fourth Degree Burns ✔✔Extends into underlying bones, muscles, tendons, nerves, and blood vessels. The skin appears white or charred; sensation is lost because nerve endings are destroyed. Near drowning ✔✔The person generally aspirates fluid or may have an obstructed airway caused by a spasm of the larynx when gasping underwater, resulting in hypoxemia (insufficient oxygenation of the arterial blood). Later, within minutes or possibly days, the person may experience respiratory distress. Adenoma ✔✔A benign tumor formed from glandular structures in epithelial tissue Osteoma ✔✔A new piece of bone usually growing on another piece of bone, typically the skull. It is a benign tumor. Paget Disease ✔✔Some individuals may first notice a swelling or other deformity in one of the long bones of the body or a need to increase their hat size if the bones of the skull are involved. The gradual onset of dull but persistent pain around the area of the affected bone may be the first symptom in some individuals. The pain may become severe enough to be disabling. Nerves may be pinched by enlarged bones, and tingling or numbness may be felt. The skin is often warm to the touch over the affected area. Headache and vision loss may occur due to enlargement of the skull, and gradual hearing loss may occur if the ossicles or nearby skull bones are involved. Dislocation ✔✔The bone may be visibly out of align [Show More]

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