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Chapters 1,2,4,7 The University of Texas at Arlington

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1. A 17-year-old college-bound
student receives a vaccine against
an organism that causes meningitis.
This is an example of
primary prevention
2. Abnormal new cellular growth neoplasia
3. After bronchoscopy and histologic
examination of a suspected
tumor, your patient is diagnosed
with primary bronchial carcinoma.
Thus, the tumor
is malignant
4. After suffering a heart attack, a
middle-aged man is counseled to
take a cholesterol-lowering
medication. This is an example of
Tertiary Prevention
5. After surgery to remove a lung
tumor, your patient is scheduled for
chemotherapy, which will
kill rapidly dividing
cells.
6. Allostasis is best defined as the overall process of
adaptive change
necessary to maintain
survival and well-
being
7. All these cellular responses are
potentially reversible except
necrosis
8. Breast cancer in women who have
the breast cancer gene
occurs at an earlier
age
9. Cancer grading is based on cell differentation
10. Cause of disease unintended
medical treatment
iatrogenic
11. Cellular adaptation that would
create greatest concern in biopsy
report
dysplasia
12. The cellular change that is
considered preneoplastic is
dysplasia
13. Cellular hypoxia results in Failure of sodium
potassium pump
14. The cellular response indicative of
injury due to faulty metabolism
Intracellular
accumulations
15. Client has weakness in legs
following bed rest, condition
caused by
atrophy
16. Coagulative necrosis is caused by interrupted blood
supply
17. C.Q. was recently exposed to group A
hemolytic Streptococcus and
subsequently developed a pharyngeal
infection. His clinic examination
reveals an oral temperature of 102.3° F,
skin rash, dysphagia, and reddened
throat mucosa with multiple pustules.
He complains of sore throat, malaise,
and joint stiffness. A throat culture is
positive
for Streptococcus, and antibiotics have
been prescribed. The etiology of C.Q.’s
disease is
streptococcal
infection
18. The deficiency in circulating platelets Thrombocytopenia
19. A disease that is native to a particular
region is called
Endemic disease
20. The effects of excessive cortisol
production include
immune
suppression.
21. A heart that has to pump harder to
circulate blood is likely to undergo
which cellular adaptation?
Hypertrophy
22. Hormone responsible for lactation and
interferes with ovulation
prolactin
23. An increase in organ size and function
dueto increased
workload is termed
Hypertrophy
24. Indicators that an individual is
experiencing stress include all of the
following exceptpupil constriction
pupil constriction
25. In muscle hypertrophy, the cells
increase in?
size
26. Malignant neoplasms of epithelial
origin are known as
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