Advanced Physiology and Pathophysiology Essentials for Clinical Practice 1st Edition Test Bank
The Advanced Physiology and Pathophysiology Essentials for Clinical Practice 1st Edition Test Bank is a comprehensive study aid that can help students better understand the complex concepts and processes involved in human physiology and pathophysiology. Authored by Dr. Jeffrey Rhoads and Paul Jung, the test bank contains a wide range of multiple-choice, true/false, and essay questions, which can be used to assess student knowledge and understanding of the subject matter.
The test bank is organized into 20 chapters, each of which covers a different topic related to physiology and pathophysiology. The chapters cover everything from cell physiology and metabolism to cardiovascular, respiratory, renal, and gastrointestinal systems, among other topics. The test bank also includes a section on neurophysiology and neuroanatomy, which covers the basic functions of the nervous system and how it interacts with other systems in the body.
The questions in the test bank are designed to challenge students and help them develop their critical thinking skills. They cover a range of difficulty levels and require students to apply their knowledge to real-world scenarios. The test bank also includes detailed answer explanations, which can help students understand why they got a particular question right or wrong, and help them identify areas where they need to improve their understanding.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1. THE FOUNDATIONAL CONCEPTS OF CLINICAL PRACTICE
Chapter 2. CHEMICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL FOUNDATIONS
Chapter 3. MOLECULAR BIOLOGY, GENETICS, AND GENETIC DISEASES
Chapter 4. CELL PHYSIOLOGY AND PATHOPHYSIOLOGY SYSTEM
Chapter 5. INFECTIOUS DISEASE
Chapter 6. THE IMMUNE SYSTEM AND LEUKOCYTE FUNCTION
Chapter 7. NEOPLASIA
Chapter 8. BLOOD AND CLOTTING
Chapter 9. CIRCULATION
Chapter 10. HEART
Chapter 11. LUNGS
Chapter 12. KIDNEYS
Chapter 13. GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT
Chapter 14. LIVER
Chapter 15. NERVOUS SYSTEM
Chapter 16. MUSCULOSKELETAL
Chapter 17. ENDOCRINE SYSTEM
Advanced Physiology and Pathophysiology Essentials for Clinical Practice 1st Edition Tkacs Test Bank
Chapter 1. THE FOUNDATIONAL CONCEPTS OF CLINICAL
1. The characteristic, localized cardinal signs of acute inflammation include:
2. The vascular, hemodynamic stage of acute inflammation is initiated by
momentary vasoconstriction followed by vasodilation that causes localized:
C) pale skin.
3. The cellular stage of acute inflammation is marked by the movement of
leukocytes into the area. Which of the following cells arrives early in great
4. The phagocytosis process involves three distinct steps. What is the initial
step in the process?
B) Intracellular killing
C) Antigen margination
D) Recognition and adherence
5. Which of the following mediators of inflammation causes increased capillary
permeability and pain?
D) Nitric oxide
6. Inflammatory exudates are a combination of several types. Which of the
following exudates is composed of enmeshed necrotic cells?
7. The acute-phase systemic response usually begins within hours of the onset
of inflammation and includes:
A) fever and lethargy.
B) decreased C-reactive protein.
C) positive nitrogen balance.
D) low erythrocyte sedimentation rate.
8. In contrast to acute inflammation, chronic inflammation is characterized by
which of the following phenomena?