4 Written questions
3 Matching questions
- Which of the following therapeutic procedures gives a patient an injection of antibodies in order to treat a disease?
- Which term means lymph gland inflammation?
- Which of the following conditions is cancerous?
a. Hodgkin's disease
c. AIDs—related complex
- a A
- b D
- c C
5 Multiple choice questions
5 True/False questions
Which of the following statements regarding natural immunity is NOT true?
a. Natural immunity includes receiving antibodies from the mother through the placenta.
b. It does not require prior exposure to the pathogen.
c. A good example of natural immunity is the macrophage.
d. Natural immunity mechanisms are not specific to any particular pathogen. → D
Which of the following is NOT a function of the spleen?
a. The spleen contains a large population of macrophages.
b. The spleen produces new erythrocytes.
c. The spleen is not a vital organ; a person can live without a spleen.
d. The spleen consists of slow moving blood sinuses. → B
Which of the following pairs is mismatched?
a. nosocomial infection—acquired outside the hospital
b. reinfection—repeat infection by the same pathogen
c. cross infection—infection acquired directly from another person
d. self-inoculation—infection spreads from one part of a person's body to a different area → A
Which term means blood destruction?
d. both a and c → D
Which of the following blood tests measures the volume of red blood cells within the total volume of blood?
a. erythrocyte sedimentation rate
b. culture and sensitivity
d. pro-time → C