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Block3.2REVIEWwithQU - Block 3.2 Review(Jen 110 Questions Influenza Virus Which of the following statements about influenza and the influenza virus

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Block 3.2 Review (Jen) – 110 Questions Influenza Virus Which of the following statements about influenza and the influenza virus is false? A. Receiving a flu shoot prevents influenza infection B. High risk individuals include the pediatric and geriatric populations C. Influenza is the leading cause of respiratory disease worldwide D. The disease is characterized by acute onset of fever, chills, malaise, cough, and muscle aches Definition – Cellular Immunity something about it Immunity resulting from a direct attack on a foreign substance by specialized cells in the immune system is: a. Primary immunity b. Cellular immunity c. Secondary response d. Humoral immunity Upon identifying an antigen in the bloodstream, B cells launch a chemical attack by producing antigens specific to the antibody. This is an example of _____ immunity? e. Cellular f. Antibody g. Humoral h. Secondary Epidemiology is best described as the study of: A. The body’s immunity to infectious disease B. The patterns of disease in communities C. The pathophysiology of infectious disease D. Vaccines and disease treatment Which of the following is a mobile, single-celled, parasitic organism? A. Protozoan B. Virus C. Bacterium D. Fungus Which of the following is best described as a charge from the abscnce of antibodies to detectable levels of antibodies in the blood after exposure to an infectious disease? E. Clinical horizons F. Chemotaxis G. Seroconversion H. Virulence
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Humoral and cell meditated immunity differ in that cell mediated immunity uses A. B cells which generate effector cells to combat such invaders as intracellular organisms, while humoral immunity uses T cells that reside in lymph tissue and produce antibodies to combat foreign invaders. B. T cells which generate effector cells to combat such invaders as intracellular organisms, while humoral immunity uses B cells that reside in lymph tissue and produce antibodies to combat foreign invaders. C. T cells which reside in lymph tissues and produce antibodies to combat foreign invaders, while humoral immunity uses B cells that generate effector cells to combat such invaders as intracellular organisms. Diabetes question – Osmotic Dirresis question specifically AND - - Glucogon – specifically – gluconeogenisis, glycogenolysis, gluconeogenisis etc. Secretion of glucagon from the pancreas results in hepatic _________ and a subsequent ______ of blood glucose. a. Glycogenolysis; increase b. Glucogenesis; decrease c. Glycogenolysis; decrease d. Glucogenesis; increase A 63 yo female with a medical history of type 2 diabetes presents with a 4 day history of increased urination and thirst. She called EMS this morning when she experienced a brief period of dizziness while getting out of bed. You also note that the patient is slightly confused and has warm, dry skin and mucus membranes. Based on this patient presentation, what other finding could you expect? a.
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Block3.2REVIEWwithQU - Block 3.2 Review(Jen 110 Questions Influenza Virus Which of the following statements about influenza and the influenza virus

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