PHYS 1525 Final Exam Practice Questions

PHYS 1525 Final Exam Practice Questions - Visceral...

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Visceral Physiology Practice Test--Final. This test emphasizes kidney material. If you can do well on this you will rock the final. 1.) Furosemide (Lasix) is considered a diuretic because it a. is considered a loop diuretic b. increases the water secretion in the distal convoluted tubule c. inhibits Na/K/Cl co-transport in the luminal membrane d. inhibits the Na/K pump in the thick ascending limb 2.) Aldosterone: a. acts on the collecting tubule and duct by secreting sodium chloride b. increases water reabsorption in the proximal convoluted tubule c. its absence or decrease is considered Addison’s disease d. all of the above e. none of the above 3.) An example of a primary active transport would be a. sodium potassium pump b. facilitative diffusion c. Glucose-sodium symport in the tubular membrane d. none of the above e. all of the above 4.) True of False: Aldosterone-antagonist diuretics may lead to hypokalemia. 5.) The countercurrent mechanism in the kidney is dependant upon: a. active transport of Na and co-transport of K/Cl in the thin descending limb b. thick ascending limb’s impermeability to water c. the renal medulla’s high osmolarity d. all of the above e. Two of the above 6.) The juxtaglomerular apparatus a. is involved in the autoregulatory feedback for GFR b. contains the macula densa c. contains juxtaglomerular (granular) cells d. all of the above e. none of the above 7.) Which is not a function of the kidney: a. secretion b. reabsorption c. filtration d. micturation e. all of the above are functions of the kidney
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8.) In a normal EKG, the which waves are positive a. R, T b. Q, R, and S c. P, Q, R, S, T d. P, R, S 9.) Total lung capacity is the sum of a. expiratory reserve volume and tidal volume b. residual volume and functional residual capacity c. functional residual capacity and inspiratory capacity d. tidal volume and inspiratory capacity 10.) Concerning Functional residual capacity (FRC), which statement is false: a. is the volume of air that is contained in the lungs during normal respiration b. is the volume of air left in the lungs at the end of each normal expiration c. can be measured by a spirometer d. can be used to figure out a patients residual volume (RV) e. its value changes markedly during some types of pulmonary diseases 11.) Concerning nicotinic receptors location, which statement is false: a. found in the autonomic ganglia
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This note was uploaded on 11/22/2011 for the course PHYS 1525 taught by Professor Lescane during the Winter '11 term at Life Chiropractic College West.

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PHYS 1525 Final Exam Practice Questions - Visceral...

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