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1ST MIDTERM key 2007 - VM PMI 126 1 1ST MIDTERM EXAMINATION...

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VM PMI 126 1 ST MIDTERM EXAMINATION WINTER 2007 1. Which of the following infectious diseases have been successfully managed by vaccination programs? a. AIDS (acquired immunodeficiency syndrome) b. High cholesterol c. Breast cancer d. Small pox e. Both a and d 2. Which of the following are considered “Major” groups of human pathogens? 3. Which of the following would you typically associate with the innate immune system? 4. A hematopoietic stem cell can give rise to which of the following? 5. Hematopoiesis results in the production of many leukocytes every day. To maintain manageable number of white blood cells, many die each day. Do they typically die by: a. Necrosis b. Complement-mediated lysis c. Apoptosis d. Autoimmunity e. None of the above 6. A patient has been subjected to total body irradiation to eliminate a nasty leukemia of lymphoid origin. Which of the following cell types would you use to reconstitute (rebuild) a functional immune system? 7. Which of the following cell types is typically most common in the blood of a healthy human? 8. Which of the following cell types is typically least common in the blood of a healthy human? 1
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9. Which of the following cell types are considered to be phagocytes (capable of phagocytosis)? a. Lymphocytes b. Red blood cells c. Platelets d. Natural killer cells e. None of the above 10. Which of the following are true of a macrophage?
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