Clinical Chemistry

13 Questions  I  By Mtrobinson on January 26, 2009
Multi-skill level questions about clinical chemistry for MLT/CLT and MT/CLS.

  

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1.  ALP is elevated in the following disorder?
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2.  What is enzyme is more specific for acute pancreatitis?
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3.  The renal threshold for glucose is__________________.
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4.  The basic unit of protein is called a/an_______________________.
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5.  Hyperkalemia can cause all of the following EXCEPT.
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6.  Feces gets its brown pigmentation from _________________.
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7.  In your own words accurately describe what osmotic pressure is.
8.  What is the scientific measurement for volume?
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9.  Which of the following enzymes is most specific for diagnosis of a Myocardial Infarction?
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10.  The "MM" fraction of CK is most abundant in _____________________.
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11.  What type of sample can be used to test for protein?
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12.  Tetany is caused primarily by__________________,
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13.  A carbohydrate containing 2-10 sugars is considered a_________________.
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Quiz Comments (3)
in question 2 ,Troponin is not an anzyme.
this is cool cos i'm an MT student i didnt get a perfect grade though
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