pathology review questions

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VT8 mid term part 2 pathology review questions
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  1. "lyse" means to break down?(T or F)
    true
  2. smooth muscle regenerates redily.(T or F)
    false
  3. cytoxan is an antitumor antibiotic.(T or F)
    false
  4. the chemotherapy drugs vincristine and vinblastine are derived from plants.(T or F)
    true
  5. the term for examination of a deceased animal is autopsy.(T or F)
    false
  6. neoplasm are always malignant(T or F)
    false
  7. idiopathic and iatrogenic are intercangeable terms.(T or F)
    false
  8. the term ischemia is a:
    lack of blood supply
  9. the study of disease is called:
    pathology
  10. starvation results when the body is deprived of:
    basic energy requirements.
  11. which of the following means tumor or neoplasm:
    __oma
  12. edema is benificial because:
    • fluid dilutes potential toxins
    • plasma contains antibodies to fight infection
    • plasma contains fibrin, which initiates clotting
    • clotting contain irritants to confined area
  13. purulent exudate is:
    also called pus
  14. the phase of healing, in order are:
    removal, repair, regeneration
  15. an example of benign tumor is:
    lipoma
  16. which medium is used to preserve biopy samples:
    formalin
  17. for a tru-cut biopsy:
    • the area should be sergically shaved and prepped
    • the animal should be anesthetized
  18. chemotherapy is:
    • used priop to sergery
    • used only in humans and dogs
    • used postoperativly
  19. hormones are:
    used in chemotherapy
  20. which of the following is the most frequent complication of chemotherapy in animals:
    GI toxicity
  21. which of the following is a way to prevent disease?
    vaccines
  22. which term describes the wide spread of malignant tumor cells into various blood filter-like organs?
    metastasis
  23. what is the tissue origin of a malignant tumor in the colon?
    melena
  24. which organ of the dog has the most cancer-forming cells?
    blood
  25. which one of the causes of cancer listed is preventable?
    traumatic
  26. which tumor is hormone influenced?
    mammary gland tumor
  27. what is the definitive diagnostic test for a cancerous tumor?
    histopathology
  28. what thickness should a tumor sample be prior to fixing?
    1 cm
  29. what percent formalin should be used to submit a biopsy?
    10%
  30. what tumor to formalin volume ratio is required for complete fixing of the sample?
    1:10
  31. the treatment of cancer chemically is called:
    chemotherapy
  32. which of the following is NOT a complication of chemotherapy in animals:
    alopecia
  33. what is the tissue origin of a malignant cell tumor known as hemangiosarcoma?
    vascular endothelium
  34. what therapy can be given to a canine cancer patient?
    • sergury
    • radiation
    • chemotherapy
    • immunotherapy
  35. hyperplasia is:
    an increase in the number of cells
  36. anisokaryosis is:
    an inequality in the size of the nuclei of cells
  37. the epidemiologic triad consists of:
    • agents
    • host
    • environment
  38. if a disease has a long duration we say that it is:
    chronic
  39. which of the following is not a sign of inflammation:
    loss of function
  40. which of the following group of drugs is NOT a chemotheraputic?
    anticholinergics
  41. what do platinol, 5-FU and certain other chemotherapy agents have in common?
    they should not be used in cats

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