MIP315Sample7

MIP315Sample7 - a. True b. False 1. Cholecystitis is most...

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1 PA315B Question Set # 7 1. Clinical manifestations of liver disease include all of the following except a. Portal Hypertension b. Ascites c. Jaundice d. Dysphasia e. All of the above are symptoms of liver disease 1. Hepatitis is most often a consequence of a. An inflammatory response generated toward hepatocytes destroyed by a virus. b. portal hypertension c. An inflammatory response generated against normal hepatocytes d. Crohn disease e. An inflammatory response generated against the Kuppfer cells of the liver 1. Pancreatitis may quickly become life-threatening because the effects of the inflammation on the pancreas contribution to normal gastrointestinal function.
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Unformatted text preview: a. True b. False 1. Cholecystitis is most often a consequence of cholelithiasis. a. True b. False 1. Exocrine products of the pancreas include all of the following except a. Chymotrypsin b. Pepsin c. Lactase d. Glycosidases e. Trypsin 1. Maldigestion syndromes differ from malabsorption syndromes in that a. Malabsorption syndromes originate only from liver disorders b. Maldigestion syndromes originate only from pancreatic disorders c. Maldigestion results from deficiencies of digestive co-factors d. Only malabsorption is a life-threatening disease e. All of the above are differences between malabsorption and maldigestion....
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This note was uploaded on 02/07/2011 for the course MIP 315 taught by Professor Callahan during the Spring '11 term at Colorado State.

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