20 Study Guide

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  1. Anemia refers to a deficiency of:
    A. erythrocytes.
    B. Both b and d are correct.
    C. blood plasma.
    D. hemoglobin.
    E. platelets.
    B. Both b and d are correct. (b. erythrocytes. d. hemoglobin.)
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  2. Morphologic classification of anemia is based on all of the following except:
    A. shape.
    B. color.
    C. cause.
    D. size.
    C. cause.
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  3. Hypoxemia causes:
    A. arterioles, capillaries, and venules to dilate.
    B. a, b, and c are correct.
    C. the rate and depth of breathing to increase.
    D. Both a and b are correct.
    E. the heart to contract more forcefully.
    D. Both a and b are correct. (a. arterioles, capillaries, and venules to dilate. b. the heart to contract more forcefully.)
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  4. Vitamin B12 deficiency
    A. macrocytic-normochromic
    B. microcytic-hypochromic
    C. normocytic-normochromic
    A. macrocytic-normochromic
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  5. Iron deficiency
    A. microcytic-hypochromic
    B. normocytic-normochromic
    C. macrocytic-normochromic
    A. microcytic-hypochromic
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  6. Folic acid deficiency
    A. macrocytic-normochromic
    B. microcytic-hypochromic
    C. normocytic-normochromic
    A. macrocytic-normochromic
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  7. Excessive bleeding
    A. normocytic-normochromic
    B. macrocytic-normochromic
    C. microcytic-hypochromic
    C. microcytic-hypochromic
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  8. Which symptoms are consistent with aplastic anemia but not with pernicious anemia?
    A. hypoxia
    B. hemorrhage into the tissues
    C. pallor
    D. neuropathy
    E. fatigue
    B. hemorrhage into the tissues
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  9. A cause of macrocytic-normochromic anemia is:
    A. iron deficiency.
    B. antibodies against parietal cells.
    C. inheritance of abnormal hemoglobin structure.
    D. an enzyme deficiency.
    e. None of the above is correct.
    B. antibodies against parietal cells.
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  10. An individual with chronic gastritis and tingling in the fingers requires which of the following for treatment?
    A. ferrous fumarate by intramusclar injection
    B. oral B12
    C. transfusions
    D. B 12 by intramuscular injection
    E. oral folate
    D. B12 by intramuscular injection
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  11. Secondary polycythemia may be caused by:
    A. a, b, and c are correct.
    B. Both b and c are correct.
    C. living at high altitudes.
    D. chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
    E. dehydration.
    A. a, b, and c are correct. (a. dehydration. b. chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. c. living at high altitudes.)
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  12. The symptoms of polycythemia are essentially caused by:
    A. increased rate of blood flow.
    B. decreased blood volume.
    C. fewer erythrocytes than normal.
    D. increased blood viscosity.
    D. increased blood viscosity.
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  13. Eosinophilia
    A. pregnancy
    B. early stage of infection
    C. radiation
    D. surgical stress
    E. allergic disorders
    E. allergic disorders
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  14. Leukopenia
    A. pregnancy
    B. allergic disorders
    C. radiation
    D. surgical stress
    E. early stage of infection
    C. radiation
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  15. Leukocytosis is found in all of the following except:
    A. bacterial infections.
    B. inflammatory responses.
    C. allergic responses.
    D. bone marrow depression.
    D. bone marrow depression
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  16. What is the most notable characteristic of infectious mononucleosis?
    A. The presence of heterophil antibody is diagnostically helpful.
    B. It has a short incubation period of less than 1 week.
    C. It usually affects preteens.
    D. Lymphocytosis persists for less than 1 week.
    A. The presence of heterophil antibody is diagnostically helpful.
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  17. Which likely does not play a role in leukemia?
    A. chloramphenicol
    B. polycythemia
    C. radiation
    D. diet
    E. Down syndrome
    D. diet
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  18. CML is characterized by its:
    A. presence of the Philadelphia chromosome.
    B. acute onset.
    C. high incidence in children.
    D. survival time of days to months.
    A. presence of the Philadelphia chromosome.
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  19. Clinical manifestation of multiple myeloma include all of the following except:
    A. pathologic fractures.
    B. decreased serum calcium.
    C. bone pain.
    D. renal damage.
    E. m-protein.
    B. decreased serum calcium.
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  20. Epstein-Barr virus
    a. Hodkin lymphoma
    b. non-Hodkin lymphoma
    a. Hodkin lymphoma
  21. Reed-Sternberg cell
    a. Hodkin lymphoma
    b. non-Hodkin lymphoma
    a. Hodkin lymphoma
  22. More frequent extranodal involvement
    a. Hodkin lymphoma
    b. non-Hodkin lymphoma
    b. non-Hodkin lymphoma
  23. A thrombocytopenia with a platelet count below 50,000/mm3 likely will cause:
    A. death.
    B. spontaneous bleeding.
    C. hemorrhage from minor trauma.
    D. polycythemia.
    C. hemorrhage from minor trauma.
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  24. Thromboembolic disease can be caused by all of the following except:
    A. tissue damage that releases excessive tissue factor.
    B. obstructed blood flow.
    C. deficient dietary intake of vitamin K.
    D. injured vessel walls.
    E. polycythemia.
    C. deficient dietary intake of vitamin K.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  25. DIC is associated with:
    A. release of tissue factor.
    B. endothelial damage.
    C. Both a and c are correct.
    D. a, b, and c are correct.
    E. activation of factor X.
    D. a, b, and c are correct. (a. endothelial damage. b. activation of factor X. c. release of tissue factor.)
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
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