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Test 1: 1) Smoking cigarettes caused columnar cells of the bronchial mucosa to be replaced by stratified squamous epithelium. This is an example of: a) Metaplasia b) Protein reabsortpion c) Cellular atrophy d) Neoplasia 2) How is oponization by a complement component useful in the host defenses against foreign bacterial pathogens? a) Attracts eosinophils b) Degranulates neutrophils c) Enhances phagocytosis d) Lyses lymphocytes 3) Cellular necrosis is characterized by all of the following except: a) Karyorrhexis b) Endonuclear breakup of chromatin into 180-200 bp fragments {should be kbp} c) an increase in serum (AST) or (LDH) d) Condensation of chromatin e) Rupture of cytoplasmic membranes 4) A genetic error of metabolism that lead to hexoaminidase A deficiency and or accumulation of gangliosides in the brain and the eye is? a) Lipid necrosis b) Tay-Sachs disease c) Crohn’s disease d) Fatty degredation e) Lipofuscinosis 5) Accumulation of hemosiderin in cells is characterized by all the following except? a)
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course PVS 297 taught by Professor Vankruningen during the Spring '08 term at UConn.

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