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Biology / Pathology 128 PRACTICE 1. Which of the following is not an etiologic agent 1. Ischemia 2. Force injury 3. Atrophy 4. Hepatitis virus 2. All the following are signs of irreversible cell injury except: 1. Apoptosis 2. Pyknosis 3. Karyorrhexis 4. Cell Swelling 3. Inhibition of ATP production by hypoxia causes all the following except: 1. Increased production of lactic acid in the cytoplasm 2. Degranulation of the rough endoplasmic reticulum 3. Dilatation of rough endoplasmic reticulum 4. Swelling of the mitochondria 5 Chemotactic activation 4. Which of the following organs undergoes atrophy during senile dementia of old age 1. Uterus 2. Breasts 3. Brain 4. Thyroid 5. Columnar bronchial epithelium irritated by chronic exposure to cigarette smoke changes into stratified squamous epithelium followed by an irregular pattern of growth. This change is an example of: 1. Hypertrophy 2. Hyperplasia 3. Dysplasia 4. Metaplasia 6. Chronic hemolysis is characterized by accumulation of an iron-containing brown pigment in the cytoplasm of liver cells. This brown pigment is called: 1. Melanin 2. Tyrosin 3. Hemosiderin 4. Ceruloplasmin
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7. Which type of necrosis is likely to accompany damage to the pancreas?
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