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Answers for 9 Summary Table
FOR SUMMARY TABLE 91
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 pertaining to lungs referring to breathing again process of breathing into act of fanning/blowing spitting up blood little bronchi/windpipes act of normal fanning or blowing condition of normal oxygen act of excessive fanning/blowing condition of de cient oxygen
Answers to Probe of Case History
(A) Tachypnea = condition of fast breathing (B) Substernal = pertaining to (something) below the sternum (breastbone)
Test: Part 4
DO NOT REFER TO THE TEXT WHEN TAKING THIS TEST A good score is at least 18 (out of 25 questions) correct The answers are in the back of the book It s best to have a friend check your score the rst time so you won t memorize the answers if you want to take the test again 1 The chief pump for the systemic portion of the circulatory system: (a) Right atrium (b) Left ventricle (c) Aorta (d) Right ventricle (e) Right atrium 2 Systol/ic translates to mean: (a) Referring to my good ol sister (b) Presence of heart muscle (c) Relating to contracting (d) Presence of a (heart) contraction (e) Relaxation phase of the heart
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3 If a surgeon ligates a vessel, what is done to the vessel (a) It is removed from body (b) It is repaired and relined (c) It is put on red alert! (d) The lumen is tied off (e) The vessel becomes in amed 4 Vessels that are located immediately after the capillary networks: (a) Large veins (b) Major arteries (c) Arterioles (d) Middle-sized arteries (e) Venules 5 Capillary is correctly dissected as: (a) Capill/ary (b) Cap/il/lar/y (c) Ca/pill/ary (d) Capi/llary (e) C/apill/ar/y 6 Capillary literally translates to mean (a) Two rivers (b) Referring to a reefer (c) Pertaining to a tiny hair (d) A huge cavity that is present (e) Too many hairs (on someone s head) in regular English
7 The blood picks up oxygen in this portion of the total blood circulation: (a) Heart valve (b) Peripheral systemic arteries (c) Coronary circulation (d) Pulmonary capillaries (e) Lymphatic capillaries 8 Means red (blood) cell present : (a) Erythr/o/blast (b) Lymph/o/cyte (c) Erythr/o/cyt/e (d) Rubrocyt/osis (e) Leuk/o/cyt/ic 9 A new term built to mean pertaining to (something) within the heart : (a) Epicardial
(b) (c) (d) (e) Myocarditis Intravascular Endocardic Extracorporeal
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10 BP = : (a) EKG + STP (b) PDQ + QUIP (c) SBP DBP (d) SBP/DBP (e) DBP + SBP ATP 11 The pulse rate is a physiological parameter that indicates: (a) Number of cardiac cycles/minute (b) Electrical rhythm of the heart (c) Liters of blood pumped/hour (d) Temperature of the venous blood in degrees Celsius (e) Homeostasis of hematocrit concentration in grams 12 Hardening of the arteries : (a) Atherosclerosis (b) Coronary plaque (c) Arteriosclerosis (d) Hemocytopenia (e) Acute coronary thrombosis 13 Blood pressure is frequently measured at this particular vessel: (a) Brachial artery (b) Internal carotid artery (c) Aortic arch (d) Femoral vein (e) Middle cerebral artery 14 Someone with a large aneurysm is in great danger of experiencing: (a) Sleep apnea (b) Skin cancer (c) Arterial hypotension (d) Severe internal hemorrhaging (e) Premature blood clotting 15 Hemostasis is most closely related to which of the following processes (a) Blood platelets sticking together (b) WBCs wandering through vessel walls (c) Erythrocytes swelling up with H2 O
Test: Part 4
(d) Homeostasis of blood volume in milliliters (e) Effective antigen-antibody reactions 16 Somnolent (SAHM-noh-lent) means referring to (-ent) sleep (somn) Suppose a patient is diagnosed as having somnolent apnea In layman s language, this suggests that: (a) They are living in a sleepy little village (b) The concentration of red cells in their bloodstream is de cient (c) Their sleeping period contains moments when their breathing stops (d) The patient can not sleep, due to dif cult breathing (e) Special little berries (pills) are needed to produce sleep 17 Disease often caused by chronic hyperexposure to cigarette smoke: (a) Carcinoma of the skin (b) Blowing up (emphysem) of the alveoli (c) Postural hypotension (d) Chronic irritability and depression (e) Asphyxiation 18 What is meant by a bolus (a) A thirsty sensation (b) Soft ball of partially digested food (c) Rounded, berry-shaped bacteria (d) A hard knob on the front of the larynx (e) Some interference with normal respiration 19 An abnormal condition of too much body base: (a) Alkalosis (b) Hypercapnia (c) Aerobic metabolosis (d) Acidosis (e) Hyperglycemia 20 A Spitting of blood : (a) Hemosiderosis (b) Hematogenesis (c) Lymphocytosis (d) Hemoptysis (e) Lung hyperin ation 21 Both respiratory in uenza and acute coryza have this in common: (a) Caused by a viral infection (b) Result from mutation of once-normal tracheal bacteria
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