Fall 2006

Fall 2006 - A. B. C. D. A. B. C. D. A. B. C. D. A. B. C. D....

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1. Interferons : A. stimulate viral replication. B. is a type of immunoglobulins. C. *provide nonspecific immunity. D. are produced by viruses. 2. Which of the following cells perform specific body defence? A. Macrophages. B. Neutrophils. C. *Lymphocytes. D. Monocytes. 3. The first blood cell to arrive at infection sites is: A. lymphocytes. B. monocytes. C. macrophages. D. *neutrophils. 4. Which of the following cells is a factory for antibody production? A. Protein-rich T lymphocytes. B. Lipid-rich T lymphocytes. C. *Plasma cells. D. Memory cells. 5. The last generation of the conducting zone in the respiratory system is termed: A. respiratory bronchiole. B. humidifiable bronchiole. C. non-branchable bronchiole. D. *terminal bronchiole. 6. The amount of air that cannot be exhaled is called the A. vital capacity. B. expiratory capacity. C. *residual volume. D. expiratory reserve volume. 7. The nature properties of lungs and chest wall is: A. *the lung tends to recoil inward and the chest wall recoil outward. B. the lung tends to recoil outward and the chest wall recoil outward. C. both the lung the chest wall recoil inward. D. both the lung the chest wall recoil outward.
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8. Contraction of diaphragm would: A. *reduce both intrapleural and intrapulmonary pressures. B. reduce intrapleural pressure and increase the intrapulmonary pressure. C. increase intrapleural pressure and reduce the intrapulmonary pressure. D. increase both intrapleural and intrapulmonary pressures. 9. Which of the following statements about surface/surfactants is NOT correct? A. The main function of pulmonary surfactants is to reduce surface tension. B. The pressure to collapse in the smaller alveoli is greater than that in the larger alveoli. C. The main component in the pulmonary surfactants is a phospholipid. D. *Pulmonary surfactants are produced by the pulmonary endothelial cells. 10. Patients with asthma will have a reduced A. *forced expiratory volume. B. residual volume. C. tidal volume. D. inspiratory reserve volume. 11. As to the partial pressure of O 2 (P O2 ) in different compartments, which of the following orders is correct? A. P O2 in alveolar space > P O2 in interstitial fluid > P O2 in the systemic arterial blood > P O2 in myofiber. B.
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