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5 Matching questions

  1. classical pathway of complement fixation
  2. primary hypertension
  3. Peyer's patches
  4. Orthostatic hypertensis
  5. Monocytes
  1. a White blood cell that increases during a variety of conditions including severe infections. It removes debris and microorganisms by phagocytosis.
  2. b are collection of lymphoid tissue in Gi
  3. c stop of blood being straight up
    ex: wake up in the morning and stand up cause blood go straight so fast cause heart attack. Most dangerous type
  4. d result is killing germs
    when antibodies come to attack the antigen it creates antibodies complete C1 the release histamine vessels dilate and body jump to reaction to fight the germs
  5. e is essential hypertension
    - genetic, unknown cause
    - antiduiretic
    - ACE inhibitors
    - calcium blocker
    - beta blocker

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. a tube connect aorta to pulmonary trunk
  2. blood vessels go down
    Tx: adrenalin shot
  3. is infection of a thin fluid membrane which helps to reduce friction
    Caused by virus, radiation, cancer, toxin
    hemopericardium: bleeding of pericardium
  4. caused by closing of atrioventricular valves causes Lubb sound
  5. excessive of fluid in the interstitial space. Include
    - congestion heart failure: shortness of breath, dyspnea. Occur in right side of body cuz too much of blood
    - Elephantitis: mosquito carry Filarial worms cause clot to the lymph

5 True/False questions

  1. second sound of heart beatcaused by closing of selumino valves causes Dubb sound

          

  2. Cardiac tamponadea short window which connect 2 atriums to mixing of blood
    After birth the child start to breath, closing give fossa ovalis
    if still window still open cause baby cry, sob, unable to breath, turn blue because child can not get fresh oxygenated blood
    Tx: indomethacine or surgery

          

  3. Nk cellsspherical or ellipsoidal cells with a single nucleus containing chromatin, an area of perinuclear clearing, and generally abundant, sometimes vacuolated, cytoplasm; they are involved in the synthesis, storage, and release of antibody.

          

  4. Forament ovaleWhite blood cell that increases during a variety of conditions including severe infections. It removes debris and microorganisms by phagocytosis.

          

  5. Angina pectorisalso called Prinzmetal angina = ischemia
    caused by fatty, narrowing artery
    no reason, spasm artery, common in smoke patients

          

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