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NR507 Advanced Pathophysiology Week 2 Quiz 2020 – Chamberlain College of Nursing 1. All of the following are characteristics that occur with any type of acute inflammation except? p.214 a. Redne... ss b. Pain c. Swelling d. Fever – mccance 2. The primary phagocytic cells in the immune systems are (p. 199) a. Macrophages b. Mast Cells c. Eosinophils d. Cytotoxic T-Cells 3. Which of the ff is NOT a function of T- Cells? a. Antibody synthesis * b. Interleukin production c. Cell lysis d. Stimulation of B-cells 4. Chronic inflammation is defined as a long- term inflammatory response that last? P.214 a. More than 1 week b. More than 2 months c. More than 2 weeks * d. One or more year 5. The immune components to appear first in ANY immune response are? a. IgM b. T-cells c. Neutrophils * d. Eosinophils 6. Biopsy results for tumor staging would indicate? P. 394 a. Stage 1 tumor cells are well differentiated, and the patient has a good prognosis * b. Stage 4 tumor cells are well differentiated and not likely to metastasize c. Stage 2 tumor cells are poorly differentiated with spread to regional structures d. Stage 3 is localized evasion of cancer cells 7. The process by which tumors develop new vascular networks is? a. Angiogenesis b. Differentiation c. Anaplasia d. Apoptosis 8. The TNM classification system for clinical staging of cancer indicates p. 1238 a. Tumor size, node, metastasis* b. Tissue type, necrosis, mitosis rate c. Tissue type, necrosis, myosis rate d. Tumor size. Nodule, morphology 9. All of the ff are characteristics of benign cells EXCEPT? P.364 a. Slow growth rate b. Low reoccurrence frequency c. Invasive d. Cell differentiated 10. All of the ff statements are true concerning the development of cancer EXCEPT? a. Tumor cells are descendants of multiple mutant cells b. Usually the result of 3 or more independent DNA mutation events c. Cancer cells have a higher than normal level of telomerase d. Can occur as the result of over activation of proto-oncogene 11. Which would not shift the blood pH towards alkalosis? Fig 3-15, p 128 a. Increased exhalation of carbon dioxide b. Excessive used of antacids c. Increased bicarbonate ion (HCO3-) excretion in urine d. Increased H+ secretion into urine 12. Hypoventilation can result in____________ leading to _____________ p. 130 a. HCO3- retention, respiratory acidosis b. Co2 retention, respiratory alkalosis c. H+ loss, metabolic alkalosis d. Co2 retention, respiratory acidosis 13. The body fluid compartment that includes cerebral spinal fluid, peritoneal, and synovial fluid is known as? a. Intracellular fluid (ICF) b. Extracellular fluid (ECF) c. Interstitial fluid (IF) d. Plasma (IV) 14. Most of our body water is located in? a. In the interstitium (IF) b. Inside the cell (ICF) c. In the blood vessels (IV) d. In the extracellular area (ECF) 15. Interstitial fluid (IF) is located? a. Outside the blood vessels b. Inside the cells c. Inside the blood vessels d. Inside lymph vessels 16. A deficiency in oxygen will cause all of the ff except? P. 29 fig 1-26 a. Shift from Krebs Cycle to glycolysis b. Decreased production of ATP c. Increased intracellular pH due to lactic accumulation 17. Which of the following organelle-function pairs is NOT correctly matched? P. 11 a. Mitochondria- sites of ATP synthesis b. Microfilaments-site of DNA synthesis c. Ribosomes- sites of protein synthesis d. Golgi apparatus-site of protein packaging 18. The endoplasmic reticulum (ER) provides a large surface area within the cells in which: p. 5 a. ATP is generated b. The chemical reactions of glycolysis occur c. DNA is replicated and transcribed d. Material is synthesized and transported within the cell. 19. Which cell structure is responsible for digestion of foreign debris and worn out part of the cells? P. 7 a. Lysosomes b. Ribosomes c. Endoplasmic reticulum (ER) d. Golgi apparatus 20. The fluid Mosaic model explains: p. 12 a. How cellular metabolism occurs b. How electrolyte levels are regulated c. Why our body is mainly composed of fluids d. How the cell membranes functions [Show More]

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by Tequila · 3 years ago

Got an "A" on my quiz. Great infromation

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by Martin Freeman · 3 years ago

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