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5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- An oncogene has gained what?
- What type of cells are anchoreged dependent?
- What is hemosiderin?
- What leads to commitment of stem cells to differentiate into specific cells?
- When acute inflammation is healed by resolution what happens to the vasculature?
- a An endogenous metabolite that is an accumulation of iron from RBC.
- b Normal cells. Cancer cells show a lack of contact inhibition.
- c It returns to normal.
- d Activation of key regulatory proteins by growth factors and cytokines.
- e function and becomes a cancer-inducing agent.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- 1. Protein folding. 2. Disaggregation of protein-protein complexes (unclumping). 3. Protein transport to cell organells.
- Antithrombotic properties.
- It aids in controlling the loss of body heat.
- Moderately well differentiated.
5 True/False Questions
What will stage 0 mean? → Carcinoma in situ (situated in original position).
Some cancers do what under the influence of immune factors? → Endogenous (intrinsic) and exogenous (extrinsic).
What is the tumor marker used to screen for metastases to bone? → alkaline phosphatase.
What is the 6th step in the metastatic cascade? → Invasion
Sarcoma implies what? → Aggregation of abnormal proteins.