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5 Matching questions

  1. Relief of bronchoconstriction during asthma
  2. Where is CN VII
  3. Describe Adverse Effects of Nystatin
  4. Hypothyroidism Treatment (3 drugs)
    -essentially hormone replacement
  5. Where is CN I
  1. a metencephalon (cerebellopontine angle)
  2. b Minor Skin irritation and burning
    Contact dermatitis
    When given PO, NVD
  3. c Agonists at beta 2 receptors (salbutamol) are used to relax smooth muscle in bronchioles
  4. d Levothyroxine (L-T4) - analogue of T4
    - first-line therapy, long half-life (slow onset)
    -dosage and adjustment: start low and go slow
    Liothyronine (L-T3) - analogue of T3
    - more potent and faster onset (4-8 hours)
    Liotrix (Combination of L-T4 and L-T3)
  5. e telencephalon (olfactory bulb, olfactory tract, olfactory cortex)

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. the chances of getting a specific result
  2. blocks K channels and prolongs duration of impulses invading the nerve terminal. Prolonging depolarization enhances entry of calcium which facilitates release of Ach
  3. From rosy periwinkle (Vinca rosea)

    Inhibits mitotic spindles by inhibiting microtubule formation

    Additional dose-dependent side effect = peripheral neuropathy

    Used in Hodgkin's (MOPP)
  4. -intercalation leads to inhibition of DNA synthesis & transmission
    -formation of toxic O2 free radicals causes single & double stranded breaks
    -inhibits topoisom II to lesser extent
  5. Is a chromosome mutation in which a chromosome piece breaks off and reattaches to another, non homologous chromosome

5 True/False questions

  1. Activinstimulates FSH secretion to stimulate growth of young recreuited follicles; promotes E2 production and LH receptor expression via FSH; blocked by inhibin B

          

  2. Miller-Diekerthis is clinically defined as the inability to conceive after one year of unprotected sex

          

  3. Describe the Pharmacokinetics for Penicillin GCan be administered PO or topically
    Secreted in breast milk
    60% renal excretion

          

  4. MidbrainThis hormone softens the cervix and loosens connective tissue

          

  5. What drug is often given in conjuction with cyclsporines and whyglucocorticoids because they are also immunosuppressants so you are doubling up