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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. bronchiolar disorders
  2. acute bronchiolitis
  3. bronchiectasis
  4. cystic fibrosis (diagnosis)
  5. bronchiolitis obliterans syndrome
  1. a after lung transplantation
  2. b abn dilation of bronchi (inflamm/destruction bronchial walls)
  3. c patchy inflammation/epithelial injury, fibrosis of bronchioles (noncartilaginous)
  4. d RSV
  5. e sweat test > 60 mEq/L (chloride, two occasions)

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. chronic cough, foul-smelling sputum
  2. TH2-predominant T-cell response
  3. pancreatic enzy replacement, antibiotics, bronchodilators, dornase alfa (sputum), inhaled tobramycin (pseudomal)
  4. defective chloride transport, ↑Na absorp (airway, thick mucus) exocrine dysfunction
  5. airway inflammation, airway hyper-reactivity, reversible airflow obstruction

5 True/False questions

  1. asthma (pathogenetic mechanism)airway inflammation

          

  2. cystic fibrosis (clinical)meconium ileus, steatorrhea, salty-tasting skin, pancreatic insufficiency, malasborption, azoospermia

          

  3. cystic fibrosismultidrug resistant Burkholderia cepacia

          

  4. advanced cystic fibrosisautosomal recessive, multi-organ (lung, pancrease, repro), CFTR defect

          

  5. bronchiolar disorders (diagnosis)patchy inflammation/epithelial injury, fibrosis of bronchioles (noncartilaginous)