Blood Quizzes & Trivia
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Sample QuestionWhich of the following does NOT usually result from nephrosclerosis?
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Sample QuestionThe smooth muscle middle layer of blood vessels is much thicker in...
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Sample QuestionWhat is/are the effect(s) of thyrotoxic crisis?
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Reading quiz through pages 199-246
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Sample QuestionDick learned of the Clutter family from whom?
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Sample Question3. The inflammatory response is a nonspecific response to:
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Sample QuestionIf the participant does not choose a physician and their PCP is not on the list of accepting providers, the participant will be told that they cannot participate in the program as per regulation.
You will have 12 minutes to answer 20 questions. You will NOT be able to review or change your answers at the end, so make sure you are ready for each question! Once you submit a question, you have locked in your...
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Sample QuestionLeukocytes are commonly known as:
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Sample QuestionBaroreceptors and chemoreceptors are located in the aorta and carotid arteries.
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Sample QuestionLord Marrowgar : There is no tank or Battle Ressurection what will you do as the raid leader?
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Sample QuestionAn understanding of the pathophysiologic rationale behind shock is something every nurse needs to have. Which of the following statements best describes the pathophysiology for shock?
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Sample QuestionAn individual with type B RH-positive blood can donate to an individual with which of the following blood types?
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Sample QuestionIgG, IgM, IgA are derived from...
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Sample QuestionIn cases of noncommunicating hydrocephalus, why does excess cerebrospinal fluid accumulate?
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Sample QuestionIs 199 a PRIME Number?
Medical Terminology Fall 2011 Chapter 7 Blood & Lymph System Exam
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Sample QuestionChoose the correct combining form for the meaning below: eat or swallow
The discovery of the different types of blood in science led to a lot of breakthrough in the medicine field. People overcame the assumption that all blood was the same blood. Just how much do you know about the different...
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Sample QuestionFollowing drugs stimulate erythrogenesis EXCEPT:
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Sample QuestionErythropoietin is created in which organ?
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Sample QuestionLipoproteins A 33-year old male is found to have tendon xanthomas on a clinical examination. When questioned about his lifestyle he says that he exercises regularly, eats balanced meals and is not in any physical distress. A blood analysis reveals plasma total cholesterol of 3 times higher than that of normal and normal levels of triglycerides. He is treated with cholestyramine and a statin and is referred to a specialist. He is most likely to have one of the following hyperlipidemias.
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Sample QuestionIf blood glucose levels fall below normal levels (for instance, during the post-absorptive or fasting state, when nutrients from a recently digested meal are no longer circulating in the blood, or during starvation), insulin secretion is inhibited and, at the same time, the alpha cells of the pancreas respond by secreting glucagon, a hormone that has several important effects: (1) it accelerates the breakdown of glycogen to glucose in liver and skeletal muscle cells; (2) it increases the breakdown of fats to fatty acids and glycerol in adipose tissue and, consequently, the release of these substances into the blood (which cells can thus use for energy); and (3) it stimulates liver cells to increase glucose synthesis (from glycerol absorbed from the blood) and glucose release into the blood. These effects collectively cause an increase in blood glucose levels back to normal levels.
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Sample QuestionWhich of the following best describes the function of an endocrine gland?
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Sample QuestionPlasma contains _______________.
It’s the fluid that keeps are bodies going, the gas that keeps our proverbial engines running and our wheels turning – but how much do you know about it exactly? Take the quiz now and test your knowledge on blood!
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Sample QuestionWhat is the formed elements of blood?
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Sample QuestionComment on the IVC in the preceding video.
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Sample Question2. Which of the following is the usual location of language centers?