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BME 501: Cardiovascular Physiology Name: Fall 2006 Mid-term Exam I 1 Exam Conditions: ± You have 80 minutes to complete the exam. ± You may use your book and your notes as well as all class lecture materials. ± You may not communicate with any other student during the exam. ± After the TA has given the signal to start, check the number of pages in your exam. ± Cover your answers from your neighbors. ± Remember to put your name at the top of the first page. Place your name or initials on other pages. ± Staring at others’ exams will result in expulsion from this University with no exception for this midterm. This behavior is unfair to your fellow classmates. Excerpt from the USC Catalogue: Academic Dishonesty Sanctions When a student is found responsible for a violation of the USC Student Conduct Code standards pertaining to academic dishonesty, the Vice President for Student Affairs (or designee) will inform the Office of Academic Records and Registrar. In appropriate cases, the Office of Academic Records and Registrar will post the information on the student's academic records. Disciplinary sanctions noted on student records include suspension and expulsion from the university and revocation of admission and degree. Disciplinary grade sanctions (e.g., F in course) are not distinguished on a student's transcript from marks assigned for academic work accomplished.
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BME 501: Cardiovascular Physiology Name: Fall 2006 Mid-term Exam I 2 Instructions: Circle the single best answer for each question. 1. Red blood cells live around _____ before they disintegrate. a. one month b. 120 days c 21 days d. three months See Dr. Hsiai’s PowerPoint Chapter 1, slide 22. 2. Which leukocyte does not have phagocytic properties? a. monocyte b. lymphocyte c. neutrophil d. eosinophil See Dr. Hsiai’s PowerPoint Chapter 1, slide 28. 3. Which cells release antibodies into the circulation? a. monocytes b. neutrophils c. lymphocytes d basophils See Dr. Hsiai’s PowerPoint Chapter 1, slide 28. 4. What converts fibrinogen to fibrin? a. prothrombin b. thrombin c. calcium d. thromboplastin See Dr. Hsiai’s PowerPoint Chapter 1, slide 47. 5. Which of these can dissolve a blood clot? a. heparin b. plasminogen c. plasmin d. PDGF See Dr. Hsiai’s PowerPoint Chapter 1, slide 49. 6. Which of these is a procoagulant? a. heparin b. antithrombin c. vitamin K d. prostacyclin 7. Platelets a. form a plug by sticking to each other. b. release chemicals that stimulate vasoconstriction. c. provide phospholipids needed for the intrinsic pathway. d. serve all of these functions. See Dr. Hsiai’s PowerPoint Chapter 1, slide 44.
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BME 501: Cardiovascular Physiology Name: Fall 2006 Mid-term Exam I 3 8. Which of these statements is false? a.
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