: Questions for students to prepare for the final module control 
Content module 5. The diseases of blood and heart-vessel system.
The determination and classification of anemias.
The determination, classification and morphologic characteristics of
thrombocytopenias and thrombocytopatias.
Classification and morphologic characteristics of coagulopathys.
4.   The determination, classification and general characteristic of leucoses.
5. ypes, stages and morphologic characteristics of acute leucosis.
6. Types, stages and morphologic characteristics of chronic leucosis.
7. Pathohystological types and morphologic characteristics of Hodgkin disease, death causes. General characteristic, classification, morphologic manifestation and outcome of nonhodgkin lymphomas.
8. The determination of atherosclerosis, risk factors, modern theories.
9. Morphogenesis of macroscopic changes in atherosclerosis.
10. Clinic-morphologic forms of atherosclerosis. Atherosclerosis of aorta.
11. The determination, risk factors, and connection of ischemic heart disease with atherosclerosis and hypertension.
12. Morphology of acute, recurrent, and relapsing myocardial infarction. 
13. Morphological characteristic, complications and causes of death for chronic ischemic heart disease. 
14. Hypertonic disease: determination, etiology, pathogenesis and risk factors.
15. Stages of hypertonic disease, Morphological changes in the first stage.
16. General characteristic of systematic diseases of connective tissue: immune homeostasis disorders and systemic progressive disorganization of the connective tissue in rheumatic diseases.
17. Rheumatism: etiology, pathogenesis and morphogenesis. 
18. Morphology of Behterev disease. Morphogenesis, pathomorphology, complications and causes of death for systemic lupus erythematosis. 
19. Pathologic anatomy, visceral manifestations, complications, causes of death for systemic scleroderma.
20. Pathomorphology of systemic angiitis: nonspecific aortoarteritis, nodular periarteritis.
21. Pathologic anatomy of acquired heart defects.
22. Pathologic anatomy of acquired (secondary) cardiomyopathies.

Content module 6. Nerve system diseases. Respiratory system diseases. Digestive system diseases.
1. General characteristic, classification, background diseases and risk factors of       cerebral-vascular disease.
2. Brain infarction (ischemic insult): morphologic characteristic.
Morphologic characteristic and consequences of hemorrhagic insult.
4. Morphologic characteristic and complications of spontaneous intracranial hemorrhage. Morphologic characteristic and complications of spontaneous subarachnoid hemorrhage.
5. Morphologic characteristic and complications of Alzheimer's disease, multiple sclerosis and lateral amyotrophic sclerosis.
6. Morphologic characteristic and complications of post-reanimation encephalopathy.
7. Morphologic characteristic and complications of peripheral nerve system diseases.
8. Modern classification of pneumonias.
9. Etiology, pathogenesis and morphologic characteristic of lobar pneumonia stages.
10. Morphologic characteristic and complications of acute lobular pneumonia.
11. Morphologic characteristic and complications of acute interstitial pneumonia. Morphologic characteristic of acute lungs destructive processes.
12. The determination and classification of chronic nonspecific respiratory system diseases. Morphologic characteristic and complications of chronic bronchitis. 
13. Morphologic characteristic of chronic obstructive emphysema. Morphologic characteristic and complications of bronchiectatic disease. 
14. Morphologic characteristic and complications of bronchial asthma. 
15. Morphologic characteristic of idiopathic lungs fibrosis. 
16. Morphologic characteristic of praeradical lungs cancer. 
17. Esophagus diseases: morphologic characteristic. Etiology, pathogenesis, classification, morphologic characteristic of chronic gastritis.
18. Pathomorphology of ulcer disease. Complications of. ulcer disease.
19. Stomach cancer. Macroscopic forms. 
20. Pathomorphology of nonspecific ulcer colitis. Pathomorphology of Crohn's disease.
21. Clinic-morphologic forms of acute appendicitis. Complications of chronic and acute appendicitis.
22. Intestine tumors.
23. Morphologic characteristic and outcome of fat hepatosis.
24. The determination, morphologic characteristic and outcome of liver toxic dystrophy.
25. Morphogenesis, forms, morphologic characteristic of acute hepatitis. 
26. Morphologic characteristic of chronic hepatitis, activity and chronisation degree.
27. Morphologic signs of liver cirrhosis.
28. Liver cancer, morphologic characteristic.
29. Pathomorphology of cholelithic disease. Pathomorphology of acute and chronic cholecystitis.
30.	Morphologic characteristic and complications of acute and chronic pancreatitis.
31. Pancreas tumors: morphologic characteristic. 

Content module 7. Endocrine system diseases. Urino-genital system diseases. Bone-muscular system diseases.
1. Morphologic characteristic, complications and causes of death for Cushing'sdisease.
2. Morphologic characteristic and complications of acromegalia. Morphologic characteristic of diabetes insipidus.
3.Classification of diabetes mellitus (insular). Complications of insular diabetes: morphologic characteristic of diabetic macro- and microangiopathy.
4.Multinodular goiter: morphologic characteristic, complications and consequences.
5. Graves disease (diffuse toxic goiter, Basedov disease): morphologic features of thyroid gland.
6. Hypothyroidism. Cretinism. Myxedema. Morphologic characteristic. The determination and pathomorphology of Hashimoto thyreoiditis.
7. Primary chronic deficiency of epinephros cortical substance (Adison's disease): morphologic manifestations. Waterhaus-Friderixen syndrome: morphologic manifestations.
8. Morphologic characteristic of precancerous processes in uterus neck outcomes. Morphologic manifestations of precancerous processes and rumors in endometrium.
9. Morphologic characteristic, complications and consequences of inflammatory diseases in mammal glands. Morphologic characteristic of fibro-cystic changes in mammary glands. 
10. Morphologic characteristic, complications and consequences of benignant nodular hyperplasia of prostate gland. Morphologic characteristic of testicle inflammatory diseases. 
11. Modern clinic-morphological classification of kidney diseases. Postinfectious glomerulonephritis: determination, classification.
12. Fast progressive subacute glomerulonephritis: morphologic characteristic and consequences.
13. Chronic glomerulonephritis: morphologic characteristic and consequences.
14. Classification, morphologic manifestations of idiopathic nephrotic syndrome. Morphologic manifestations of membranous nephropathy.
15. Stages, morphologic characteristic and outcome of necrotic nephrosis.
16. Morphologic characteristic and prognosis of tubulointerstitial nephritis. Morphologic characteristic and prognosis of acute and chronic pyelonephritis. 
17. Morphogenesis and morphologic characteristic of nephrolithiasis, consequences.
18. Chronic renal insufficiency. Pathologic anatomy.
19. Morphologic changes of bones during hyperparathyreoidic dystrophy. Morphologic characteristic and complications of Paget disease.
20. Morphologic characteristic and complications of fibrous dysplasia. Morphologic characteristic and complications of osteomyelitis
21. Morphologic characteristic, causes of death of Dushen muscle dystrophy. Morphologic characteristic and causes of death of myotonia.

Content module 8. Pregnant and post-natal diseases. Diseases of pre- and perinatal periods. Pathomorphology of hypo- and avitaminosis. Diseases, caused by human activity and environment influence.
1. Classification, morphologic diagnostic, complications and outcomes ofextrauterine pregnancy.
2. Classification and morphologic characteristic of gestoses.
3. Classification, morphologic characteristic and outcome of trophoblasticdisease.
4. Morphological manifestations on fetus and woman organism, consequences of infection processes in placenta. Morphological manifestations of blood circulation disorders in placenta.
5. Morphological characteristic and prognosis of fetus intrauterine growth retardation.
6. Birth injury: classification and morphology.
7. Morphological characteristic of hemolytic newborn's disease.
8. Etiology, pathogenesis and morphological characteristic of hemorrhagicnewborn's disease.
9. Morphological characteristic and complications of pneumopathy.
10. Morphological characteristic and consequences of newborn's asphyxia.
11.Morphological characteristic of intrauterine fetus infections.
12. Morphological characteristic, consequences of noninfectious fetopathies: diabetic, and alcohol.
13. Classification of congenital development malformations.
14.	Morphologic characteristic of disordered and deficient nutrition.
15.	Pathologic anatomy, consequences, causes of death for injuries connected
with atmosphere pressure changes. Pathologic anatomy, consequences, causes of death for injuries connected with industrial noise influence.
16. Pathologic anatomy, consequences, causes of death for injuries connected
with influence of RF electromagnetic waves. Pathologic anatomy, consequences, causes of death for injuries connected with the influence of the ionizing radiation.
17. Pathologic anatomy, consequences, causes of death for injuries caused by temperature changes.
18. Pathologic anatomy, consequences, causes of death for injuries caused by electric current.

Content module 9. Pathomorphology of infectious diseases.

Variants of local and general infection reactions, classification of infections.
Morphologic characteristic, complications, consequences, causes of death for bacillary dysentery.
Morphologic characteristic, complications, consequences, causes of death for typhoid fever.
Morphologic characteristic, complications, consequences and causes of death for salmonellosis.
5. Morphologic characteristic, complications, consequences and causes of death for respiratory viral infections. 
6. Morphologic characteristic, complications, consequences and causes of death for epidemic typhus.
7. Morphologic characteristic, complications of prionic CNS damages.
8. Stages, morphologic characteristic, complications, consequences and causes of death for AIDS.
9. Morphologic characteristic, complications, consequences and causes of death for measles. Morphologic characteristic, complications, consequences and causes of death for infectious mononucleosis. 
10. Morphologic characteristic, complications, consequences and causes of death for epidemic parotitis.
11. Morphologic characteristic, complications, consequences and causes of death for diphtheria.
12. Morphologic characteristic, complications, consequences and causes of death for scarlatina.
13. Morphologic characteristic, complications, consequences and causes of death for whooping cough. 
14. Stages morphologic characteristic, complications, consequences and causes of death for poliomyelitis. 
15. Etiology, pathogenesis, and tissue reactions on tuberculosis. Classification of tuberculosis. Pathologic anatomy of primary tuberculosis complex.
16. Morphology of primary tuberculosis progress. Pathological anatomy of chronic primary tuberculosis.
17. Morphologic characteristic, complications, consequences and causes of death for hematogenic tuberculosis with major lungs affection. 
18. Morphologic characteristic, complications, consequences and causes of death for secondary tuberculosis. Modern pathomorphosis of tuberculosis.
19. Clinical-anatomical form of sepsis: septicemia, septicopyemia, septic endocarditis.
20. Plague: clinical-morphologic forms, complications, causes of death.
21. Tularemia: clinical-morphologic forms, complications, causes of death. Siberian ulcer: clinical-morphologic forms, complications, causes of death.
22. Cholera: clinical-morphologic forms, complications, causes of death.
23. Pathological morphology of inborn syphilis. Pathological morphology of acquired syphilis.
24. Morphologic characteristic, complications, consequences and causes of death for malaria.
25. Morphologic characteristic of balantidiasis. Morphologic characteristic of amoebiasis.
26. Morphologic characteristic of trichinellosis. Morphologic characteristic of aechinococcosis.
27. Morphologic characteristic of cysticercosis. Morphologic characteristic of opistorchosis. Morphologic characteristic of shystosomosis.
28. Pathological anatomy of dermatomycoses. Pathological anatomy of actinomycosis. Pathological anatomy of candidosis. Pathological anatomy of aspeguilosis.