Pathophysiology_Practice_Test_3 - 1 Pneumoconiosis a Is a condition produced by the inhalation of toxic particles b Involves the production of an

Pathophysiology_Practice_Test_3 - 1 Pneumoconiosis a Is a...

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1. Pneumoconiosis:a. Is a condition produced by the inhalation of toxic particles.b. Involves the production of an inflammatory reaction.c. Leads to the development of pulmonary edema and fibrosis.d. Facilitates the development of tuberculosis.e. All of these statements about pneumoconiosis are correct.2. A permanent enlargement of the gas exchange airways due to the loss of elastic recoil coupled with the eventual enlargement of the chest is characteristic of:3. An increased pressure in the pulmonary capillaries leading to the escape of proteins and fluid into the pulmonary interstitium results in:4. Chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases include:1.Tuberculosis2. Pneumoconiosis3. Chronic bronchitis4. Emphysema5. Pneumonia5. Which statement about pneumonia is FALSE?a. The causative agent may be bacterial, viral, or fungal.b. Pneumocystis cariniipneumonia is the most common pulmonary infection of children.c. Fungal pneumonia is most common type of pneumonia in immune deficient individuals.d. The route of entry of the causative agent may be via inspiration, aspiration of oropharyngeal secretions, or via the blood.6. Extrinsic asthma is:
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