By Nessar Ahmed; et al
Biology of Disease describes the biology of a number of the human problems and illness which are encountered in a scientific atmosphere. it's designed for first and moment 12 months scholars in biomedical technology courses and also will be a powerful reference for health and wellbeing technology pros in addition to being precious to scholars starting scientific institution. genuine circumstances are used to demonstrate the significance of biology in knowing the explanations of ailments, in addition to in prognosis and treatment.
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Many diseases are said to be predictable and arise as a direct consequence of exposure to the causative agent. Other diseases are considered probable in that they may be a consequence of the causative agent but the development of illness is not inevitable. An individual can be infected with a pathogenic microorganism but the outcome of the disease may depend on other factors such as the nutritional and immune status of the affected person. Some diseases have more than one etiological agent and may, indeed, be caused by a range of factors.
Histopathology is concerned with the investigation of disease by examining cells and tissues. This involves the macro- and microscopic investigation of body tissues for the identification of disease. Amongst other things, histopathology laboratories are usually involved in the diagnosis of malignancies and can also provide information on how far a tumor has progressed (‘staging’) and therefore can suggest a likely prognosis. In addition, histopathology laboratories may also assist with investigation of a range of infectious and inflammatory conditions affecting body tissues.
Curry, Manchester Royal Inﬁrmary, UK. ' Etiology refers to the cause of a disease. Etiological agents can be endogenous, in other words originating from within the body, or exogenous, coming from outside the body. 3) and fungi that cause infections, chemicals, physical trauma and radiation. Many diseases are said to be predictable and arise as a direct consequence of exposure to the causative agent. Other diseases are considered probable in that they may be a consequence of the causative agent but the development of illness is not inevitable.
Biology of disease by Nessar Ahmed; et al