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Question 1 Marks: 1 The organelle that contains the cell’s DNA is the? Choose one answer. a. mitochondria b. golgi apparatus c. ribosome d. nucleus Question 2 When a cell gets injured the first sign is? Choose one answer. a. a biochemical lesion b. an area of hyperplasia c. a chromatid d. cellular necrosis Question 3 The following are causes of cell injury except: Choose one answer. a. Toxic Injury b. Infectious Injury c. Physical Injury d. Deficit Injury e. Degeneration Injury Question 4 Toxic cell injury may be caused by intrinsic and extrinsic factors Answer: True False Question 5 Marks: 1 Disease occurs when a person is no longer in a state of" normal health", where as illness is influenced by factors such as genetic predisposition, unhealthy behaviors,and personality type Answer: True False
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Question 6 Marks: 1 Homeostasis can be defined as? Choose one answer. a. a steady, dynamic state b. a state of flux c. an unbalanced state d. an exaggeration of an original response Question 7 Marks: 1 The 3 components of the self-regulated feedback mechanisms are? Choose one answer. a. A sensor mechanism, a control center and an effector mechanism b. A sensor mechanism, a positive fedback mechanism, and a contorl center c. A control center, a sensor mechanism and the medulla oblongata Question 8 Marks: 1 Lymphodema occurs in the patient with breast cancer because? Choose one answer. a. breast tissue causes the patient to retain fluid b. lymphatic tissue is swollen with immune-response factors to fight the cancer c. area is traumatized with causes it to swell d. tumor has metastasized Question 9 Marks: 1 Bone marrow aspiration is performed on a patient with leukemia to? Choose one answer. a. examine the platelets b. determine if the cancer is lymphocytic or myeloid c. measure the amount of marrow in the bone d. measure the WBC Question 10 Marks: 1 The presence of Reed-Sternberg cells is associated with? Choose one answer.
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a. prostate cancer b. malignant melanoma c. lung cancer d. Hodgkin’s disease Question 11 Marks: 1 A change in the shape, colour and texture of a nervus may indicate? Choose one answer. a. multiple myeloma b. malignant melanoma c. healing of the nevus d. Leukemia Question 12 Marks: 1 Multiple myeloma is related to the immunity factor? Choose one answer. a. histamine b. serotonin c. IgG. d. IgA. . Question 13 Marks: 1 A risk factor for prostate cancer is? Choose one answer.
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