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Cell injury. By Dr. Abdelaty Shawky Dr. Gehan Mohamed. Learning objectives: . Understand the definition of cell injury. Outline Mechanisms of Cell Injury Recognize the variability in Cellular response to injury which include : - Cellular adaptation

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cell injury

Cell injury

By

Dr. AbdelatyShawky Dr. Gehan Mohamed

learning objectives

Learning objectives:

Understand the definition of cell injury.

Outline Mechanisms of Cell Injury

Recognize the variability in Cellular response to injury which include :

- Cellular adaptation

- Reversible cell injury ( nonlethal hit)

- Irreversible injury and cell death (apoptosis, necrosis ).

-Identify the differences between apoptosis and necrosis.

- Recognize the different types of necrosis.

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Cells are constantly exposed to a variety of stresses.

  • At first cells try to adapt themselves to overcome this stressful condition, butWhen stress is too severe or for prolonged duration, injuryresults.
  • Injury of the cell may be;
  • 1. Reversible: if the affected cells recover from the injury.
  • 2. irreversible: injury: cell may die
causes of cellular injury
* Causes of cellular injury:
  • Hypoxia:inadequate oxygenation of tissues
  • Physical agents: mechanical trauma, burns, frostbite, sudden changes in pressure, radiations, electric shock
  • Chemical agents: poisons (toxins), insecticides, CO, asbestos, alcohol, tobacco, glucose, salt, oxygen
  • Infectious agents: prions, viruses, rickettsiae, bacteria, fungi, parasites
  • Immunologic reactions: anaphylaxis, autoimmune disease.
  • Nutritional imbalances: protein calorie deficiency, vitamin deficiencies, excess food intake (obesity, atherosclerosis)
  • Genetic derangements: congenital malformations, abnormal proteins (hemoglobinopathies), abnormal or absent enzymes (storage disorders).
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- The cellular response to injurious stimuli depends on :

1. Type, duration and severity of injurious agent.

2. The type, status, adaptability, and genetic makeup of the injured cell.

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The precise moment of transition from reversible

injury to irreversible injury is known as the

POINT OF NO RETURN.

Irreversible

Adaptation

Reversible

Cell death

Point of no return

Etiologic agent

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The relationships between

normal, adapted, reversibly injured, and dead myocardial cells

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a. Hyperplasia: increase in cell number. e.g. benign prostatic hyperplasia.b. Hypertrophy: increase in cell size. Hypertrophied uterine muscle in pregnancy.c. Atrophy: decrease in cell mass e.g. atrophy of the breast after menopause.d. Metaplasia: change of type of cell to another e.g. squamous metaplasia of urinary bladder epithelium in response to bilharziasis.

mechanisms of reversible cell injury
* Mechanisms of reversible cell injury:

1- Decrease ATP production: soPlasma membrane energy-dependent sodium pump is reduced, resulting in cell swelling.

2. Cell membrane damage: leading to Loss of structural integrity and Loss of function.

3. Mitochondrial damage: leading to inadequate aerobic respiration.

4. Ribosomal damage: leading to altered protein synthesis.

5. Nuclear change: leading to abnormal proliferation.

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6. increase intra cellular calcium.

7. Production of oxygen derived free radicals.

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* Examples of cell injury:

  • Hypoxic cell injury
  • Ischemia- reperfusion injury
  • Chemical injury
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- Most common cause of cell injury.

* Definition:inadequate oxygenation of tissue.

* Causes:

  • Ischemia: decreased arterial blood flow to tissues.
    • Most common cause of hypoxia.
    • Ex: Atherosclerosis (lesion in intima = atheroma) in coronary arteries.
  • Hypoxemia: decrease in the amount of oxygen dissolved in plasma. Seen in: Atelectasis, pulmonary embolus and interstitial fibrosis of lung.
  • Hemoglobinrelatedabnormalities
    • Anemia
    • Carbon monoxide poisoning (CO has high affinity for hemoglobin).
consequences of tissue hypoxia
* Consequences of tissue hypoxia:
  • Decreased synthesis of ATP by oxidative phosphorylation causing ATP depletion.
  • This leads to;
  • Impaired Na+/K+-ATPase pump
    • Diffusion of Na+ and water into cells  cellular swelling.

2. Shifting to anaerobic glycolysis: leads to;

      • Depletion of glycogen stores.
      • Accumulation of lactic acid.
      • Decrease in intracellular pH  denaturation of proteins  decreased activity of many enzymes  clumping of nuclear chromatin.
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3. Decreased protein synthesis:

- Due to detachment of ribosomes from the rough endoplasmic reticulum.

-↓protein synthesis.

    • Reflected as accumulation of lipid in the cell = fatty change.
    • Since you’re not synthesizing proteins, you’re not synthesizing apolipoproteins (lipid carriers) either!
  • ↓ protein synthesis  ↓ synthesis of apolipoproteins (lipid carriers in blood)  accumulation of lipid in the cell.

4. Impaired calcium ATPase pump:

    • Increased cytosolic calcium.
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↓ oxidative phosphorylation

Ischemia

↓↓ ATP

Glycolysis

 Na pump

Ribosomal Detachment

Influx of Na, H2O

& Ca2+

Efflux of K

 Glycogen

 Lactic acid

 Protein

Synthesis

 pH

Cell Swelling

Nuclear chromatin

clumping

morphology of reversible cell injury
* Morphology of reversible cell Injury:
  • Cell Swelling:
    • First manifestation of cell injury.
    • Occurs when cells fail to maintain ionic and fluid homeostasis.
    • Manifests as small clear vacuoles.
    • Also known as hydropic change or vacuolar degeneration.
  • Fatty change:
    • Manifested by appearance of lipid vacuoles in the cytoplasm.
    • Seen in kidney, heart and liver.
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Normal cell

Normal cell

Injury (hypoxia)

Recovery

Cell swelling,

Swelling of

ER and

mitochondria

Reversible injury

Chromatin

clumping

cell swelling light microscopy
Cell swelling - Light Microscopy

Cellular Swelling

= hydropic change

Normal epithelium

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Normal liver histology

Hepatocytes showing fatty change

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Normal cell

Endoplasmic

reticulum

Lysosome

Nucleus

Mitochondria