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LESSON QUIZ 1, SUMMER 2011 INFORMATION AND EXPLANATIONS FOR SELECTED QUESTIONS The average for Lesson 1 Quiz was 85.14%. And four students scored 100!! Fantastic!! The distribution of grades is illustrated to the right. This quiz addressed some very basic concepts. If you missed several questions, it is imperative that you figure out why and attempt to correct your misconceptions. Below are explanations for the more difficult questions. If you have further questions about these or others, please post them in the Lesson 1 Discussion Forum or email me. Question 1. Most of you did very well on all parts of question 1. If you missed any of these and if you are still confused, please post your questions in Lesson 1 Discussion Forum or email me. Question 2. The only parts of question 2 that were commonly missed were the following: “One form of edema (swelling) is the presence of increased volumes of interstitial fluid.  Edema formation can occur  if the rate of this process increases . “One form of edema (swelling) is the presence of increased volumes of interstitial fluid.  Edema formation can occur  if the rate of this process decreases .” The processes that involve the movement of fluid between blood and interstitial fluid (or Bowman’s space) are filtration and absorption. The following figure from Lesson 1 Outline should help you with this question:
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In the question, you were given that one form of edema is the presence of increased volumes of interstitial fluid. Looking at the figure above, interstitial fluid volume will increase if filtration increases or if absorption decreases. So, the correct answers are the following:
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This note was uploaded on 06/14/2011 for the course PHYI 202 taught by Professor Shea during the Summer '09 term at UNC.

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01 Quiz info - LESSON QUIZ 1, SUMMER 2011 INFORMATION AND...

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