Quiz 6 Spring 2010 Key

Quiz 6 Spring 2010 Key - Quiz 6 Spring 2010 Multiple Choice...

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Quiz 6 Spring 2010 Multiple Choice (2 points) You are a physician assistant working in pediatric intensive care and have a patient who is a premature infant who was exposed to high oxygen levels, a diet high in polyunsaturated fatty acids, and supplemental iron after birth. The infant is anemic and his percent hemolysis based on an erythrocyte hemolysis test is high. Select the best answer(s). (a) Free radical propagation in red blood cell membranes leading to membrane hemolysis (b) Decreased activity of glutathione reductase due to riboflavin deficiency (c) Reduced vitamin E content of red blood cell membranes leading to red blood cell hemolysis (d) Insufficient vitamin E to induce synthesis of clotting factors 2. An updated textbook on the molecular function of vitamin D describes the mechanism by which vitamin D enhances cellular calcium uptake. Select the correct statement(s) that could be included. (a) 25-OHD binds to a nuclear receptor in the intestinal mucosal cell and induces
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