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A&p II Test #2 - Part 1

44 Questions  I  By Chris23manj
a&p II test #2  - part 1
Dr. Sandel Test II - Part 1 Lymphatic, immune, respiration

  
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1.  The functions of the lymphatic system include what?
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2.  Examples of lymphatic organs include myeloid tissue, thymus gland, spleen, tonsils, and what else?
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3.  What is the :little red schoolhouse" as far as T-cells are concerned?
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4.  Lymph nodes are concentrated in the inguinal spaces, axilary regions, popliteal spaces, and where else?
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5.  Of the three principal lines of defense, which one involves the immune system and leaves the body with a "memory"?
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6.  Of the 3 principal lines of defense, which one is non-specific and involves the skin and mucous membranes?
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7.  Of the mechanisms of pathogenic destruction, which one involves, for example, the liver and spleen removing antibodies from antigen-antibody complexes on erythrocyte cell surfaces and nuetralizing them... the principal mode of removing foreign antigens from the blood stream?
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8.  The cardinal signs of inflammation include what?
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9.  Which of the following is a characteristic of "immune surveillance"?
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10.  Wjat is the term describing any chemical that provides a "trail" that neutrophils and other leukocytes can "follow" to specific sites of infection...a "homing" mechanism?
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11.  What type of immunity involves production by one's own immunocompetent immune system?
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12.  Which of the following is (are) characteristic of cell-mediated immunity?
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13.  Which of the following is (are) characteristic of antibodies?
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14.  Which of the following is (are) true of B-cells?
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15.  Which of the following is (are) true of antibiotics?
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16.  What type of immunity involves immune memory and the production of one's own antibodies as a result of natural exposure to an antigen? An example would be contracting a particular bacterial infection.
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17.  What type of immunity does not involve memory, is temporary, and results from antibodies present in immune serum administered to a patient? Examples include snake bites, botulism, tetanus, and rabies.
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18.  Which of the "R's" of the immune response enables an immunocompetent immune system to identify a specfic foreign antigen?
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19.  Which region of an antibody molecule distinguishes it as a unique type?
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20.  Of the classes of immunoglobulins, which type is the most prevalent and plays a crucial role in a 2nd degree response by an immunocompetent immune system?
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21.  Which of the following is (are) characteristic of a 2nd degree immune response by an immunocompetent immune system compared to a 1st degree response by the same immunocompetent immune system?
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22.  What is true regarding the term "isograft"
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23.  What is true regarding the term "Xenograph"?
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24.  What class of T-cells is responsible for moderating cell mediated and humoral mediated immunity...matching the immune response to the threat?
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25.  What are typical characteristics of a "good" vaccine?
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26.  What are the common names for the trachea, pharynx, and larynx, respectively?
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27.  What is the proper scientific term for the respiratory system component responsible for warming, moistening, and flitering inhaled air and is lined with olfactory epithelium?
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28.  Which principal respiratory division is responsible solely for respiratory gas exchange?
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29.  Which of the following is (are) true regarding inspiration?
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30.  Which of the following is (are) true regarding the Hering-Breuer phenomenon?
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31.  Which of the following is (are) true concering the respiratory chemoreceptors?
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32.  Which of the following is (are) true regarding tidal volume (TV)?
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33.  Which of the following is (are) true regarding lung measurements?
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34.  Boyles Law predicts that as a gas volume increases, the pressue exerted by the gas does what?
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35.  Oxygen-hemoglobin dissociation (oxygen saturation) curves indicate that as the blood pH decreases (increasing acidity), the curve shifts how?
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36.  Infants born with insufficient lung surfactant in the aveoli typically suffer from what?
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37.  Which of the following is (are) true regarding respiratory acidosis?
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38.  What is the definition of the term "hypocapnia"?
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39.  What is the definition of the term "apnea"
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40.  A patient with a hole in the thoracic wall (i.e. breached thoracic wall) has what type of condition?
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41.  Which of the following is (are) true regarding the chloride shift phenomenon?
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42.  Which of the following is (are) true regarding metabolic alkalosis?
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43.  When an individual exhlaes, in which direction does the diaphragm move?
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44.  Oxygen-hemoglobin dissociation (oxygen saturation) curves relate oxygen tension in the blood (X axis) to percent oxygen saturation of hemoglobin (Y axis). As the blood plasma pH becomes more alkaline (increases blood pH), how does the curve shift?
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