Pathophysiology Practice Exam 1

63 Questions  I  By Day4517 on September 13, 2009
Hematology, special senses, introduction

  

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1.  Which layer of the eyeball is inflamed in uveitis?
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2.  A neoplasm of mesenchymal origin
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3.  Presence of microbial toxins in the blood overwhelms the immune system and produces a whole-body inflammatory state.
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4.  A host and a microbe exist with no harm to either
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5.  What is the end product?pluripotent stem cell > myeloid stem cell > erythroblast > reticulocyte > ???
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6.  Oblong lens, irregular shape of the lens and/or cornea
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7.  Characterized by the sudden onset of petechiae and purpura in young children
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8.  Where does erythropoiesis occur after age 20?
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9.  Presence of M cells in serum without findings of multiple myeloma
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10.  Based on anaplasia and uses Roman numerals I-IV
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11.  Autosomal deficiency or defect in vWf
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12.  A factor IX deficiency is involved in this
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13.  Purple areas of bruising
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14.  A decrease in the absolute number of cells
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15.  Cellular engulfment, killing and degradation of microorganisms and particulate matter
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16.  These are not leukocytes.
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17.  Exudate that contains pus and mucus
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18.  An abnormal passageway between two endothelium-lined organs or between two blood vessels that don't normally connect
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19.  What is the end product?pluripotent stem cell > myeloid stem cell > granulocyte > ???
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20.  Elements:painless lymphadenopathynight sweatsReed Sternburg cells
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21.  Low frequency hearing loss originated from the middle or external ear
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22.  Involves debris collecting between the retina and the choroid
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23.  Microvascular disease characterized by- widespread platelet thrombi- thrombocytopenia- fragmentation of erythrocytes causing hemolytic anemia and jaundice
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24.  Established by the American Joint Committee on Cancer, this is based on size and spread, involvement of lymph nodes, and the extent of metastasis
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25.  Labile cells exist here
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26.  Monocytes in connective tissue
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27.  This disorder can manifest as a primary condition with signs of hypercoagulability or as a secondary contion associated with systemic lupus erythematosus
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28.  Presenting symptoms of bone pain, weight loss and weakness
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29.  An X-linked recessive disorder that affects the factor VIII gene
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30.  Splenomegaly during the accelerated phase causes abdominal fullness and discomfort.
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31.  An autoimmune disorder that results in platelet antibody formation and excess platelet destruction
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32.  Activation of disseminated intravascular coagulation disorder may be initiated the folloqing ways through the extrinsic pathway.
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33.  Next step? pluripotent stem cell > lymphoid stem cell > ???
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34.  Activation of disseminated intravascular coagulation disorder through the intrinsic pathway can occur these ways
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35.  Ciliary muscle relaxes.  Tension on the suspensory ligaments increases, tightening the lens and making it more concave.  This is a sympathetic reaction.
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36.  Abnormal growth of tissue from a mucous membrane
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37.  A type of septicemia that leads to widespread abscesses of a metastatic nature
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38.  Evolution to acute leukemia from the accelerated phase of chronic myelogenous leukemia
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39.  Type of gangrene caused by clostridium bacteria
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40.  Malignant neoplasms of cells originally derived from hematopoeitic stem cells
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41.  Common sites for metastatic calcification
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42.  Underlying anatomical difficulty could be a thicker lens or a longer eyeball
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43.  There is an increased prevalence of cataracts in:
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44.  Antibodies broduced by B cells harboring the Epstein-Barr virus - they react with antigens from other species
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45.  The most common cause of impaired platelet function
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46.  These factors start the clotting process in response to injury
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47.  Pus collects in a naturally existing anatomic cavity, such as the pleura
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48.  Outcome of the primary disease
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49.  Neoplasm of gland tissue or gland pattern
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50.  Sudden unilateral blindness
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51.  Occlusions of branch arteries of the retina can cause
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52.  An abnormality in the partial thromboplastin time could possibly be explained by the following
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53.  Vitamin K is required in the synthesis of the following
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54.  Calcium is required in the coagulation cascade in every step except
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55.  Where are the fixed macrophages of the reticuloendothelial system?
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56.  Which is not a cardinal sign of infection?
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57.  Clinical manifestations:vessel narrowingA-V nickingedemamicroaneurysmsexudatescotton-wool spots
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58.  Involves the passage of whiter blood cells through the walls of small blood vessels
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59.  Disease due to absent or defective synthesis of alpha/beta chains of adult hemoglobin
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60.  Characterized by large erythrocytes on peripheral smear; caused by malnutrition, malabsorption and/or folic acid antagonists
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61.  A myeloproliferative disorder in men 40-60; the volume of erythrocytes exceeds normal levels, leading to increased blood viscosity.  Symptoms include complexion changes and bloodshot eyes.
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62.  Most common inherited enzyme defect that affects males and homozygous females; makes erythrocytes susceptible to oxidants, denaturing of HgB and Heniz body formation.  People with this deficiency cannot take aspirin.
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63.  Anemia of thalassemia occurs for two of these reasons
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