PHYS 1525 Midterm Practice Exam

PHYS 1525 Midterm Practice Exam - Visceral Physiology...

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Unformatted text preview: Visceral Physiology Practice Test-Midterm (To be used in conjunction with the cumulative final) Take your time on each question. Good Luck!!! 1. What substances are more likely to be seen in exudates compared to transudates? a.) Blood cells b.) IgG c.) Plasma proteins d.) All of the above e.) A and C only 2. What pressure draws water from the ISF to the plasma? a.) transudate b.) oncotic c.) hydrostatic d.) partial e.) B and C only 3. What category of blood vessels is considered capacitance? a.) capillaries b.) arterioles c.) veins d.) lymphatic 4. What category of blood vessels is considered resistance? a.) Veins b.) Arterioles c.) Great vessels (e.g. aorta) d.) Capillaries 5. At any given point most of the blood is contain in ______ a.) Arteries b.) Capillaries c.) Heart d.) Veins 6. Histamine _______ a.) Causes vasodilation in most arterioles b.) Is released from mast cells c.) Causes bronchoconstriction d.) Causes separation of capillary endothelial cells e.) All of the above 7. True or False: Systole depends on cardiac contraction whereas diastole pressure remains relatively unchanged. 8. True or False: Right heart syncitium is completely separated from left heart syncitium. 9. Inotropicity deals with ______, whereas chronotropicity deals with _______....
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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 Midterm Practice Exam - Visceral Physiology...

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