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NRP511 Advanced Pathophysiology

Week 2 Quiz

Question 1A healthcare professional is reviewing a patient’s laboratory results and sees that the patient has a low reticulocyte count and a high iron level. Which type of anemia does the professional associate these findings with?

Folate deficiency anemia

Iron deficiency anemia

Hemolyticanemia

Anemia of chronic disease

Question 2Most protein hormones are transported in the bloodstream and are what?

Bound to a lipid-soluble carrier

Free in an unbound, water-soluble form

Bound to a water soluble-binding protein

Free because of their lipid-soluble chemistry

Question 3The effects of the syndrome of inappropriate antidiuretic hormone (SIADH) secretion include which solute?

Sodium and water retention

Sodium retention and water loss

Sodium dilution and water retention

Sodium dilution and water loss

Question 4What is diabetes insipidus a result of?

Antidiuretic hormone hyposecretion

Antidiuretic hormone hypersecretion

Insulin hyposecretion

Insulin hypersecretion

That’s not correct

Question 5A patient has pernicious anemia and asks the healthcare professional to explain the disease. Which statement by the professional is most accurate?

The lack of certain foods in your diet

Your body cannot absorb vitamin B12.

You are not getting enough vitamin C.

Your bone marrow has stopped working.

Question 6Without prior exposure to an antigen, which cells are able to destroy some types of tumor cells and some virus-infected cells?

Lymphocytes

Plasma cells

Megakaryocytes

Natural killer (NK) cells

Question 7Which of these is the role of nitric oxide (NO) in hemostasis?

Stimulates the release of fibrinogen to maintain the platelet plug.

Stimulates the release of clotting factors V and VII.

Causes vasoconstriction and stimulates platelet aggregation.

Controls platelet activation through in concert with prostacyclin.

Question 8Which of these is a lipid-soluble hormone?

Cortisol

Oxytocin

Epinephrine

Growth hormone

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