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5 Matching questions

  1. anthrax
  2. RBCs
  3. neutrophils
  4. venules
  5. Malaria
  1. a phagocytes (eaters)
  2. b caused by bacillus antracis, skin sores or fatal septicemia and hemmorage; transferred by contact or inhalation; treated with penecillan
  3. c have a biconcave shape, no nucleus, filled with hemoglobin which has Fe atomsd that carry O2
  4. d caused by plasmodium, tranferred by anopneles misquito; enters blood, liver and brain cells and cause them to burst; treatment Quinine
  5. e small vessels that connect capillaries to veins

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. caused by Yersenia pestis, 2 different forms: Bubonic- swollen lymph nodes, septicemia, and death in 1 wk. Pneumonic: lung infection, septicemia, and death in 3 days. transferred by rats and fleas; treatment with antibiotics
  2. caused by Rickettsasis; Transferred by insects, attacks endothelial cells; symptoms: fever, rash, kidney, and heart failure. Treatment with tetracycline or Chloraphenic
  3. interupted blood supply
  4. small branches of arteries
  5. secrete histamine and heprine

5 True/False questions

  1. Yellow Fevercaused by Brucella, transferred by milk or grazing animals; Symptoms: fever, chills, sores, necrosis: treatment: tetracycline and streptomycin for several weeks


  2. capillariesbranches of arteries, only 1 layer thick, where gases and nutrients exchange between and tissues


  3. pericardiummuscle layer of the heart


  4. spleenfilters the blood


  5. endocardiuminner lining of the heart


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