Describe the pathology of a disease and underlying causes of the anatomical (structural) and physiological (function) changes that occur during disease progression

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Describe the pathology of a disease and underlying causes of the anatomical (structural) and physiological (function) changes that occur during disease progression. The changes may occur at the molecular, cellular,organ or organ system level.
The information in the paper, including any in-progress research theories or ideas, is completely consistent with and supported by research published in established, peer-reviewed, scientific journals and texts.
The paper must be typed, double-spaced (four pages) with four bibliographical citations.No grammar errors should be present. The paper must have good readability and flow. Please include at least one figure, photograph or diagram.
Sample topics – Besides this list, there are many other diseases you may select: 1) Neurologic disorders – Myasthenia gravis, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, Multiple sclerosis, epilepsy, neuropathy
2) Respiratory disorders – Emphysema, Tuberculosis, pneumonia, bronchitis, cancer, allergies, asthma, pulmonary fibrosis, cystic fibrosis
3) Digestive disorders – Gastritis, Ulcers (stomach, intestinal, esophageal), cancer, GERD 4) Liver disorders – hepatitis, cirrhosis, gall bladder, gallstones
5) Endocrine disorders – Diabetes, pituitary dysfunction, thyroid disorder, adrenal dysfunction
6) Excretory problems – Kidney infection, bladder infection, kidney stones, cancer, prostate problems, gout
7) Muscle disorders – myasthenia gravis, muscular dystrophy, cachexia 8) Skeletal problems – Osteoporosis, Osteomalacia, cancer
9) Cardiovascular – hypertension, coronary artery disease, cardiac hypertrophy, heart valve defects, stroke, thrombosis, myocardial infarction
10) Blood disorders – anemia, blood cancers, leukemia, clotting disorders 11) Immune disorders – Arthritis, allergies, lupus erthymatoses, tissue rejection (transplants) 12) Skin problems – cancer (basal, squamous, melanoma), vitiligo
13) Lymphatic system – Lymphomas
14) Reproductive – Ovarian cancer, prostate, uterine cancer, testicular cancer, PCOS
Instructions:
1) Explain what the disease does to the body. Explain how the disease starts. Explain how it affects the cells, tissues, organs and organ systems of the affected individual. 2) Explain what the signs of the disease show in the affected individual. What will change on the person?
3) Explain what the person will experience from the disease (symptoms). 4) Explain what the signs are of the disease. (What does the clinician find or see?) 5) Tell what doctors will do to treat the disease. What are the medical (medication or surgical) treatments?
6) What is the predicted outcome of the disease (prognosis)? Will the person get better?

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