Pathophysiology_Practice_Test_1 - Pathophysiology Practice Test 1 Foundations of Pathophysiology Inflammation Normal Immunologic Response

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Pathophysiology Practice Test 1: Foundations of Pathophysiology, Inflammation, Normal Immunologic Response, Hypersensitivity and Immunity DeficienciesChoose the one most correct answer. 1. The inflammatory reaction is mediated primarily by: a. histamine.b. lysozyme.c. antibodies.d. complement. 2. Which of the following is NOT classified as an anatomic defenses against invaders? 3. Which of the following is the white blood cell present in the largest quantity in circulating blood? 4. Which of the following is an example of a specific defense mechanism? 5. Which of the following substances acts to dissolve clots? a. Fibrinogenb. Prothrombin activatorc. Prothrombind. Plasmin 6. The cell which usually initiates the inflammatory response is the:
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7. Which of the following cells transforms into a macrophage? 8. Which of the following cells is the primary initiator of the clotting cascade? 9. Specific lines of defense include: a. inflammation.b. the skin and mucous membranes.c. antibody production.d. gastric juice, coughing and sweating.e. all of these.
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