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NPB 114 Final Exam (2004) Matching (2 pts each). NOTE : Some answers may be used more than once a. Enterokinase d. Trypsin b. Amylase e. Lactase c. Sucrase ____ 1. This enzyme doesn't breakdown any food items in the GI tract ____ 2. Its activity yields a-limit dextrins, among things ____ 3. Its expression decreases significantly by adulthood ____ 4. Can inactivate itself a. Parietal cell b. Chief cell c. Duct cell d. Goblet cell e. Surface mucous cell ____ 5. When stimulated, its canaliculi lengthen ____ 6. Produces a protective mucus layer within the stomach ____ 7. Responsible for bicarbonate production in the pancreas ____ 8. Produces intrinsic factor Multiple Choice (3 pts each) ____ 9. A new drug designed to stimulate hair growth has the side effect of causing esophageal ulcerations. This drug causes ulcerations by. .. a. Inhibiting CCK release b. Relaxing the LES c. Decreasing pancreatic bicarbonate secretion d. Activating gastrin receptors on duodenal enterocytes e. Two of the above are correct answers to this question
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____ 10. A protozoan invades the pyloric sphincter, causing it to remain chronically opened. As a result of the infection, all of the following will likely occur EXCEPT ... a. Malabsorption c. Diarrhea b. Gastroparesis d. Increased gastric emptying ____ 11. All of the following increase the surface area of the small intestine EXCEPT. .. a. Villi b. Microvillia c. Rugae d. All of the above increase the surface area of the small intestine e. None of the above increase the surface area of the small intestine ____ 12. A patient was diagnosed as suffering from IBS. Which of the following symptoms is LEAST consistent with this diagnosis? a. A feeling of incomplete rectal emptying b. Mucus passage during bowel movements c. Pain with mild rectal distension d. Bowel movement frequency of less than 3 per day ____ 13. The following regions contain pacemaker cells, EXCEPT. .. a. The myenteric plexus c. Between muscle layers b. The serosa d. The submucosal plexus ____ 14. Your patient exhibits gastrointestinal problems. During examination, you discover ________ , which indicates that he suffers from _______. a. Very high LES pressure; GERD b. Bloody stool; irritable bowel syndrome c. Break-down of the hoof; pH imbalance in the stomach d. Deep fissured ulcers in the small intestine; ulcerative colitis e. Spastic contractions in the large intestine; Chagas disease ____ 15. Inactivation of pancreatic enzymes in the duodenum is performed by. .. a.
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This note was uploaded on 08/06/2008 for the course NPB 114 taught by Professor Bautista during the Spring '08 term at UC Davis.

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Practice%20Final - NPB 114 Final Exam (2004) Matching (2...

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