5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Spinal Cord Compression
- Active Passive Immunity
- Benign Tumor Cells
- a Subsequent exposure--IgG predominates, some IgM 1-3 days
- b Artificial, serum immune globulins/antibody injections
- c Early recognition and treatment, palliative, high-dose corticosteroids and radiation, surgery, back or neck braces to reduce pressure
- d Continuous or inappropriate cell growth
Specific Morphology, small nuclear-to- cytoplasmic ratio. Tight adherence, No migration
Specific differentiated functions, Orderly growth, normal chromosomes
- e tissue of origin ex: sarcoma=bone
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Phagocytic activity
- shock that develops as the result of infection carried by the bloodstream, eventually causing dysfunction of multiple organ systems.
- inhibit release of histamine
- Day old baby who is breastfeeding receives what type of Immunoglobulin?
- An oncologic emergency that is caused by a tumor pressing on the spinal cord, can cause various problems, including permanent paralysis if not treated properly. Caused by cancers of the lung, breast & prostate, which carry the greatest risk of metastasizing to the spinal cord.
5 True/False Questions
Staging → Tumor--Node--Metastasis
Look @ the primary site, and see if it's spread
Progression → What med stimulates growth of RBC's?
Cytokines → Location and degree of metastisis
IgG → Patient experiencing blood transfusion reaction experiances highest levels of what type of immunoglobulin?
Secondary pervention → Regular screening, altering damaged genes, Genetic screening. detect and treat.