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If more transudates are leaking into the interstitium wont this dilute the interstitial proteins and cause a decrease in oncotic pressure and increase in interstitial hydrostatic pressure?
@youssefa I think because it is an exudate from increased permeability of venules, the oncotic pressure in the interstitium is not going to decrease
@youssefa transudate is like pulmonary edema due to CHF, no proteins, just fluid congestion and leaking out. That would decrease interstitial oncotic pressure because it has very little protein. Exudate due to inflammation/histamine has a high amount of protein (due to inc permeability) so the IOP doesn't change.
Incarcerated hernia. If the contents of the hernia become trapped in the weak point in the abdominal wall, it can obstruct the bowel, leading to severe pain, nausea, vomiting, and the inability to have a bowel movement or pass gas.
Like really? Why is he not in pain?
I thought that inguinal hernias were reducible?
could be a femoral hernia as they are more likely to cause incarceration. They do, however, present more often in females. (FA 2019- 364)
incarcerated, not strangulated, thus no pain as there's no serious tissue damage/ischemia. Incarcerated hernias may progress to strangulated in which case he would have pain
Under section, "complications"
Cyclins help regulate cell cycle phases. They help with checkpoints before progression to the next phase of a cell cycle. Therefore the checkpoint before mitosis would be in G2 and probably where mitotic specific cyclins are synthesized