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NAME: _________________________ Discussion Section(Circle One): M Wed Thur Fri Quantitative Engineering Physiology BME 365R (14575, 14580, 14585, 14590): Quiz III December 1, 2011 Questions 1-50 are multiple choice. Each question is equally weighted and valued at 2 points. For each question, circle the one answer that you think is most correct. Circle your answer on the Exam sheet AND bubble in your selected answer on the Scantron. Calculators are NOT allowed when working the Exam. 1. Which of the following is NOT an anatomical plane A. Frontal B. Anterior C. Sagittal D. Transverse E. None of the above 2. Which of the following pairs are NOT opposite anatomical directions: A. Superior <-> Inferior B. Left <-> Right C. Proximal <-> Distal D. Posterior <-> Frontal E. None of the above 3. Which of the following is NOT an input or output of the autonomic nervous system that controls cardiovascular function A. Heart Rate B. Cardiac Contractility C. Venous Pressure D. Vessel Tone (Vessel Diameter and Elasticity) E. None of the above 4. The primary location in the circulation where flow resistance in modulated is: A. Lungs B. Coronary arteries C. Arterioles D. Capillaries E. None of the above 5. Which one of the following statements about the cardiovascular system is FALSE A. Valves in the heart act in a manner similar to electrical diodes B. The pulmonary circulation is in parallel to the left heart circulation C. The liver has two major flow inputs - the hepatic artery and hepatic vein D. The kidney has two capillary beds in series E. None of the above 6. Which of the following will NOT act as a vasodilator CREDIT given to ALL A. Nitric Oxide B. Histamine C. Carbon Dioxide D. Oxygen E. None of the above
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NAME: _________________________ Discussion Section(Circle One): M Wed Thur Fri 7. Which of the following statement about the variation of an adult male aortic diameter vs. transmural pressure is FALSE A. The aortic diameter increases with increasing transmural pressure B. A typical variation in the aortic diameter in a normal aorta is approximately 2mm C. A typical variation in transmural pressure is from 70mmHg to 120 mmHg D. Variation of aortic diameter vs. transmural pressure is reversible and traces a straight line E. None of the above 8. Consider two arterioles (A and B) with the same wall thickness, same Young’s modulus and same Poisson ratio with diameters of 50um(A) and 51um(B), the relative compliance of these two arteries is: A. Artery B has a compliance approximately 2% larger than artery A B. Artery A has a compliance approximately 2% larger than artery B C. Artery B has a compliance approximately 3% larger than artery A D. Artery B has a compliance approximately 6% larger than artery A E. None of the above 9. Which of the following is NOT one of the chambers or valves of the heart A. Right atrium B. Left ventricle C. Vena cava D. Aortic valve E. None of the above 10. Blood flows into the aorta when A. Pressure in the left ventricle is less than the pressure in the aorta
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