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PHRM 514 - Asthma - Fall 2012 (1)

1 myofibroblasts 2 inflammatory mediators 3

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1. Myofibroblasts 2. Inflammatory mediators 3. Eosinophils 4. Alveolar macrophages 5. Neutrophils
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Airway hyperresponsiveness is… 1. Limitation of airflow 2. Blockage of the airways 3. Exaggerated bronchoconstrictor response 4. Reduced bronchoconstrictor response 5. Excessive airflow
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Airway obstruction may be caused by… 1. Bronchoconstriction 2. Airway edema 3. Airway hyperresponsiveness 4. Airway remodeling 5. All of the above
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Increased mucus secretion and excess epithelial and inflammatory cells may result in…
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Asthma is principally a disease diagnosed in which of the following populations? 1. Adults 2. Geriatrics 3. Pediatrics
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