explain what the pathophysiology is doing that is causing these issues, how the anatomy is affected and how it has an effect on the physiology of that particular system

Question description
Be sure your paper is a min of 3 pages and in-text citations follow APA guidelines.
Introduction (Criteria 1 & 2):
In this section, you will describe the pathophysiology (statistics about it, background information etc). Give as much information as you can about it, but be sure it is relevant information and not just filler. This section generally should be 2-3 paragraphs in length. This section should cover Criteria 1 & 2 from the Case Study Instructions and Rubric
Introduction (Criteria 1 & 2):
In this section, you will describe the pathophysiology (statistics about it, background information
etc). Give as much information as you can about it, but be sure it is relevant information and not
just filler. This section generally should be 2-3 paragraphs in length.
This section should cover Criteria 1 & 2 from the Case Study Instructions and Rubric
Normal anatomy of the major body system effected (Criteria 3):
In this section, you will describe what is considered normal anatomy for your particular
pathophysiology. For example, if you are discussing a disease related to the brain describe what
is normal for the brain from an anatomy standpoint. This should take a paragraph or two to
complete this section.
Normal physiology of the major body system effected (Criteria 4):
Same as the previous section but instead of explaining the anatomy you will be explaining the
physiology.
Normal physiology of the major body system effected (Criteria 4):
Same as the previous section but instead of explaining the anatomy you will be explaining the
physiology.
Mechanism of Pathophysiology (Criteria 5):
This section is likely going to be the most in depth and longest section. This is where you will
explain your particular pathophysiology from an anatomy and physiology standpoint. In the
previous two sections you explained what is considered normal, in this section I want you to
explain what the pathophysiology is doing that is causing these issues, how the anatomy is
affected and how it has an effect on the physiology of that particular system.
Prevention (Criteria 6):
In this section, you will explain how your pathophysiology could be prevented.
Treatment (Criteria 7):
In this section, you will explain how your pathophysiology is commonly treated.
Prevention (Criteria 6):
In this section, you will explain how your pathophysiology could be prevented.
Treatment (Criteria 7):
In this section, you will explain how your pathophysiology is commonly treated.
Clinical Relevance (Criteria 8):
In this section, you will cover the clinical relevance or significance.
Conclusion:
Wrap everything up. A good academic research paper should bring everything full circle with a
solid conclusion.
References:
This final reference page needs to include any and all references you utilized to find information
about your particular topic. Remember, the information needs to come from academic/scholarly
resources.
https://scholar.google.com/ is a great search engine to help you find academic
resources. Sites such as Wikipedia are great to use as a reference/starting point to locate good
articles; however, they cannot be used as a primary source of information.
***Tip: If you find information in Wikipedia, scroll down to the bottom of the page, you can
usually find academic articles that authors have utilized to complete the information. Most of the
time you can simply click on that article for a direct link, or simply search for the name of the
article in our Library Database to find a complete text.
***Be sure that your in-text citations are accurate and follow APA formatting, again utilize the
Purdue Owl website to help with that.

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