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252_practice_2 - Human Physiological Anatomy II MVSC 252...

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Human Physiological Anatomy II March 17, 2006 MVSC 252 Exam 2 Test Code: ________ Instructions: There are 48 multiple choice questions, each worth 2.5 points, for a total of 120 points. Make sure you have the entire exam before you begin. Remember to put your name and TEST CODE on your answer sheet. Multiple Choice. Choose the single word or phrase which best answers the question or completes the statement. Place these answers on the SCANTRON. At the end of the exam turn in your scantron in the box for your test code at the front of the room. 1) Surfactant: A) is manufactured by type I alveolar cells B) decreases the surface tension of water within alveoli C) is primarily a water - based solution D) causes alveoli to collapse in high altitude conditions E) decreases the compliance of lung tissue 2) Which of the following statements is TRUE regarding anticoagulants? A) Their main purpose is to break down an existing clot. B) Their primary role is to promote healing of the blood vessel wall. C) They are produced mainly in the bone marrow. D) They directly or indirectly inhibit the production of thrombin. E) They promote the conversion of fibrinogen into fibrin. 3) The erythrocyte carries O2 bound to the: A) cytoplasm B) globin portion of hemoglobin C) porphyrin ring D) iron E) two alpha subunits of hemoglobin 1
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4) The report on your patient following a myocardial infarction (heart attack) indicates damage to the inferior edge of the right ventricle. The vessel most likely involved was the: A) posterior interventricular artery B) marginal artery C) circumflex artery D) coronary sinus E) anterior interventricular artery 5) During diastole, the: A) blood is flowing from the ventricles into the atria. B) blood is flowing from the ventricles into the aorta and pulmonary trunk. C) AV valves are open and the semilunar valves are closed D) pressure in the left ventricle is greater than pressure in the aorta. E) AV and semilunar valves are closed 6) Susan is running a 10K race. Her heart rate is 150 beats per minute with an end diastolic volume of 200 mls and an end systolic volume of 100 mls. What is Susan's cardiac output? A) 15 liters/minute B) 150 liters/minute C) 30 liters/minute D) 300 milliliters/minute E) there is not enough information to answer this question 7) Platelets do NOT produce or contain: A) thromboxane A2 B) thrombin C) serotonin D) ADP E) actomysin 2
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8) The structure represented below: A) is phagocytic B) is produced by plasma cells C) is phagocytized by cytotoxic T - cells D) initiates the coagulation cascade E) opsonizes (optimizes) neutrophil phagocytosis 9) Which of the following veins contribute blood to the hepatic portal vein? I. splenic II. renal III. inferior mesenteric IV. superior mesenteric A) I only B) I and II only C) III and IV only D) I, III and IV only E) I, II, III and IV 10) Given the following blood vessels, choose the order that would allow blood to flow from the abdominal aorta to the lateral side of the leg. 1. femoral
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