This is now the first 2 topic on the Pathology MCQ matrix at 3 MCQs cellular injury (5 further MCQs for tissue injury)
Syllabus now says:
i.e. The College has removed the "Normal Cell" that used to be the first part of the Pathology syllabus.
I still feel that understanding Physiology "building block" concepts and the "Principles of cellular function" before tackling cellular level pathology is important but they are now only found in the Physiology Syllabus.
Pathology Unit 2:
• Free radical and chemically-induced injury.
• Definition of apoptosis.
• Morphological changes in apoptosis.
• Intracellular accumulations.
• Fatty change.
• Pigments.• Calcification:- Types & examples (Popular viva & MCQ)
2011-1-3-1 Cell death/necrosis
2011-1-1-1 Ischaemic cell injury
2010-1-1-1 Reperfusion injury
2009-2-3-1 Reversible versus irreversible cellular injury
2009-1-2-1 Cellular changes following ischemia
2008-2-1-1 Ischemic injury
2008-1-1-1 Hypertrophy vs. Hyperplasia
2006-2-2-1 Reperfusion injury
2006-1-2-1 Reversible vs. irreversible ischaemic change
2006-1-1-1 Reperfusion injury
Chapter 2 – Cellular Responses to Stress and Toxic Insults : Adaptation, Injury, and Death
consider aiding your reading with the read-along Robbins version on youtube:
There is also a series of lectures online: