1.What are the cutaneous and general manifestations of hyperlipidemia?
2.Describe the normal and pathologic changes of the iris.
3.Describe the four types of hypersensitivity reactions (humoral- cellular)
4.What are the indications of a red eye with drop of the visual acuity?
5.Describe the diabetic risk factors as well as the difference between the complete and partial deficiency in insulin.
1. Hyperlipidemia represents a group of disorders caused by an of excess triglycerides or LDL cholesterol. Hyperlipidemia usually is asymptomatic, but when triglyceride levels is increased, above 1000 mg/dL, then the patient can experience dermatologic eruptive xanthomas.
2. The four categories of hypersensitivity are: type I, also known as immediate hypersensitivity, type II, also known as antibody-mediated hypersensitivity, type III, also known as immune complex-mediated hypersensitivity, type IV, also known as cell-mediated hypersensitivity.
5. There exists two categories of risk factors, especially for type 2 diabetes: modifiable and non-modifiable risk factors.
The the group of modifiable risk factors comprises the following abnormalities such that: obesity,high triglycerides, hypertension.
The the group of modifiable risk factors comprises the following abnormalities such that:gestational diabetes, age, heredity.