5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Human Chorionic Gonadotrophin
- Where is the anterior commissure located?
- What are 3 different types of mutations?
- What is vascular insufficiency?
- a just in front of the columns of the fornix
- b Germ-cell mutations, somatic mutations, and lethal mutations
- c homeostasis and reproduction
- d A disruption of blood flow to a region of tissue
- e This hormone produced by the blastocyst and early placenta maintains the corpus luteum
5 Multiple choice questions
- intussuception: intestine folds up inside itself
- rupture of middle meningeal artery - looks like a biconvex disk on a CT - Lucid interval (talk and die)
- Autosomal dominant
- capillary endothelial cells act as selective barrier between brain and blood; barrier allows passage of passage of blood gases and uptake of glucose - tight junctions cause route of transport to be transcellular (depends on passive diffusion, facilitative diffusion/carriers/transporters, lipid solubility - glut1 for glucose, neutral AA transporter for L-dopa, Na cotransporter for glycine)
5 True/False questions
Relate the electrical properties of cable-like structures, such as axons and dendrites, to their length constants → higher the fiber diameter or resistance across a cells surface, higher the length constant
Muscle Relaxant → Robaxin
Chemotherapy Toxicity → -therapeutic index close to 1 = toxic to cancer & normal cells
-many drugs lack toxic specificity
-myelosuppression (bone marrow suppression) is usually the dose limiting toxicity
Paclitaxel → This hormone tonically inhibits prolactin production and release
Brodmann's Area 4 → B can donate to..