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1.  The object on the slide should be initially located using which objective?
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2.  What is another term for eyepiece?
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3.  What intensifies the light and sends it through the slide into the objective lens?
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4.  What is used to turn from one objective to another?
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5.  What part supports the microscope?
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6.  Wastes
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7.  Enzymes
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8.  Hormones
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9.  Clotting proteins
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10.  Salts
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11.  Cardiac panel
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12.  Hepatic panel
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13.  Renal panel
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14.  Thyroid panel
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15.  Electrolyte panel
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16.  Cholesterol
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17.  Glucose
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18.  Uric acid
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19.  Bilirubin
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20.  BUN
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21.  SARS is a respiratory illness that was recently reported in Asia, North America, and Europe.
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22.  This organism was first discovered in 1977 after two simultaneous outbreaks in Africa (Sudan and Congo). It causes fever, extensive bleeding, and destruction of internal organs.
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23.  This virus was first isolated in 1993 in the southwestern U.S. from patients with highly fatal respiratory infections.
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24.  It is estimated that up to 3% of the world’s population is infected with this virus, which was identified in 1989.
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25.  This organism was first detected in 1982. It can cause hemolytic uremic syndrome, which is a life-threatening condition characterized by severe anemia and kidney failure.
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26.  HIV, first discovered in 1981, is the cause of AIDS.
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27.  Prostate
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28.  Ovarian
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29.  GI cancers
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30.  Liver cancers
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31.  Associated with diabetes     
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32.  High level thought to be protective
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33.  High level is cardiac risk factor
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34.  Used mainly for screening
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35.  Major protein in HDL
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36.  Major protein in chylomycrons, LDL, and VLDL
37.  Which of the following is an example of using a laboratory test to monitor treatment? ____
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38.  Exposure to ____ constitutes the major source of HIV and HBV infection in health-care professionals.
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39.  Which of the following statements is true? ____ 
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40.  What causes the microscopic image to be clearer and sharper? ____ 
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41.  What changes the refraction of light with the 100x objective and increases the upper limit of magnification? ____
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42.  The total magnification of a microscope is determined by both the power of the objective lens and the ____: 
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43.  WhicWhich of the following microscope maintenance actions is incorrect? ____ Which of t
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44.  Which of the following is an example of a CLIA waived test? ____
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45.  Which of the following abbreviations is not related to glucose testing? ____
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46.  Nurse Practitioners use which of the lipid results as the best predictive indicator of possible future MI (myocardial infarct)? ____
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47.  People who do not exercise regularly, are overweight, and eat mostly saturated fats will probably increase their level of which of the following? ____
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48.  An elevated glycosylated hemoglobin test result indicates ____.
49.  Which of the following lymphocytes differentiate into plasma cells and memory cells with the subsequent production of antibodies (humoral immunity)?
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50.  Which of the following nonspecific immunity mechanisms involves the process of certain cells engulfing and destroying microorganisms and cellular debris?
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51.  Which of the following provides long-term protection against future infections due to the production of antibodies that were formed naturally during an infection or artificially by vaccination?
52.  Which of the five types of antibodies are involved in allergic reactions?
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53.  Pregnancy testing is based upon detection of ____ hormone.
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54.  The prThe preferred sample for pregnancy testing is obtained as a ____.
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55.  HCG is produced by the developing placenta during pregnancy with the levels peaking:
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56.  Which of the following is the causative agent of infectious mononucleosis? ____  
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57.  Transmission of the Epstein-Barr virus causing infectious mononucleosis is primarily by __
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58.  The ag The age group in which symptoms of EBV are most often displayed is ____.
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59.  Which of the following pairs is correct regarding the diagnosis of infectious mononucleosis
60.  Which of the following statements regarding Helicobacter pylori and ulcers is false
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61.  The blood type of the universal donor is ____.
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62.  About ____ percent of North Americans are Rh positive, and ____ percent are Rh negative.
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63.  Which of the following statements is false? ____
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64.  Which of the following is correct regarding microorganisms?
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65.  Which o       Which of the following describes a coccus bacteria?
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66.  Which          Which of the following steps are incorrect when collecting a throat culture?
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67.  Which of the following organisms has a characteristic jerky movement?
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68.  Which of the following information about Neisseria gonorrhoeae is incorrect?
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69.  Wet mounts can be done to detect the presence of “clue cells,” vaginal epithelial cells covered with what organism?
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70.  Which of the following organisms are referred to as acid-fast bacilli?
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71.  What is the name of the tiny roundworm whose female normally lays her eggs during the nighttime hours in the anal area of the human host, causing itching of this area?
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72.  Which of the following produces incomplete hemolysis, a green halo around the colony?
73.  Which of the following Strep organisms causes strep throat and demonstrates beta hemolysis?
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74.  Complications such as scarlet fever, rheumatic fever, and glomerulonephritis are found in which of the following organisms?
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75.  No growth around the “A” disk can be used to identify Streptococcus pyogenes. What substance is in the “A” disk?
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76.  Which oWhich of the following statements concerning influenza is incorrect?
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77.  CSkipped question. Select A for answer
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78.  Ch                  Chocolate agar plates would be which of the following types of media?
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79.  Sensitivity test is done ____.
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80.  Which of the following amounts would indicate a urinary tract infection in a clean-catch midstream urine?
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81.  Which of the following organisms could be an occupational hazard for those who work with contaminated wool and inhale the spores (“woolsorter’s disease”) and could also be a bioterrorism weapon?
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82.  Which of the following is the causative agent of the plague?
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83.  Which of the following causes smallpox?
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84.  Which of the following causes viral hemorrhagic fever?
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85.  Which of the following organisms produces a neurotoxin, the most poisonous natural substance known, which causes dry mouth, dilated pupils, and a progressive muscle weakness that leads to respiratory failure and death?
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86.  Which of the following emerging infectious diseases is an acute respiratory illness that was recently reported in Asia, North America, and Europe?
87.  Which of the following is an incorrect association?
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88.  Determine which of the following is incorrect.
89.  Which of the following is most likely to cause a 3-10 times rise in alkaline phoshatase?
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90.  A rise in gamma glutanyl transferase (GGT) can be seen in response to:
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91.  Which of the following is used as a marker for early detection of hepatocellular carcinoma?
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92.  Which of the following is not a cause of elevated BUN
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93.  In what clinical conditions might you see an elevated albumin?
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94.                          Which of the following is not a method for identifying viral infections
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95.  Streptococcus pneumona may cause which of the following?
96.  A gram stain of urethral discharge from a male shows extracellular and intracellular gram-negative diplococci within segmented neutrophils.    The diagnosis is:
97.  Which of the following is not a common causative organism for acute bacterial sinusitis?
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98.  After a recent course of antibiotics, your patient develops a case of runny diarrhea.  He wants some anti-diarrheal medicine, but you require a stool culture first because you suspect it may be:
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99.  Mad Cow Disease (bovine spongiform encephalopathy, BSE or Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease) is caused by a ___________ that is found in the meat of diseased cows.
100.  Which bacterium can cause the following diseases: food poisoning, toxic shock syndrome, impetigo, scalded skin in babies, wound infections, bone infections, eye infections ?