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Unformatted text preview: Bisc 220 Midterm III Lab portion – 9AM
The following questions are provided by the Lab Director and Teaching Assistants.
Multiple Choice (3 pts each): Please write your answers in CAPITAL LETTER ONLY in the
1.D 1.Which of the following structures transports urine from the urinary bladder out of the body?
A. Renal Artery
B. Renal vein
E. Renal column 2.E 2. Which parameters of urine composition did we NOT test in lab
3. Suppose a person’s blood pressure is 130/70. What is the mean arterial pressure? 3.C
4.D 4. The diastolic pressure is:
D. The higher number, characterized by the beginning of Korotkoff sounds.
The lower number, characterized by the beginning of Korotkoff sounds.
The higher number, characterized by the cessation of Korotkoff sounds.
The lower number, characterized by the cessation of Korotkoff sounds. Fill-in-the-Blanks (1 pt each)
5. Microscopic examination of urine sediment revealed the presence of cells, crystals, bacteria
and casts (any two of these) among some other things. 6. Starting with the inferior and superior venae cavae, trace the path taken by blood as it flows
through the cardiovascular system. Use the following terms once, more than once or not at all:
left, bicuspid, right, deoxygenated, tricuspid, aorta, and oxygenated, interventricular septum,
Deoxygenated blood enters the right atrium, flows into right ventricle. Next it enters
the lungs. From the lungs, oxygenated blood reenters the heart at the left atrium and passes into
the left ventricle. ...
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