Porth’s Essentials of Pathophysiology 5th Edition Test bank
The Porth’s Essentials of Pathophysiology 5th Edition Test Bank is a collection of exam questions and answers designed to assess the knowledge and comprehension of students who are studying pathophysiology. The test bank is an essential resource for nursing instructors, as it provides them with a variety of assessment tools to evaluate their students’ understanding of the subject matter.
The test bank includes a wide range of questions that cover all of the topics in the book, including cellular biology, genetics, inflammation, immunity, and neoplasia. There are multiple choice questions, true/false questions, and essay questions, all designed to test different levels of understanding and knowledge.
The test bank is organized by chapter, making it easy for instructors to select questions that correspond to the topics they have covered in class. In addition, the test bank provides instructors with answer keys and rationales for each question, which can help them to provide feedback and guidance to their students.
The fifth edition of Porth’s Essentials of Pathophysiology is a comprehensive and up-to-date resource that provides nursing students with the knowledge they need to understand the complex mechanisms of disease processes. The test bank is a valuable resource that can help students to reinforce their understanding of the material and prepare for exams.
Table of Contents
- UNIT 1 – Concepts of Health and Disease
- Chapter 1– Concepts of Health and Disease
- UNIT 2 – Cell Function and Growth
- Chapter 2 — Cell and Tissue Characteristics
- Chapter 3 — Cellular Adaptation, Injury, and Death
- Chapter 4 — Genetic Control of Cell Function and Inheritance
- Chapter 5 — Genetic and Congenital Disorders
- Chapter 6 — Neoplasia
- UNIT 3 – Disorders of Integrative Function
- Chapter 7 — Stress and Adaptation
- Chapter 8 — Disorders of Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid–Base Balance
- UNIT 4 – Infection, Inflammation, and Immunity
- Chapter 9 — Inflammation, Tissue Repair, and Wound Healing
- Chapter 10 — Mechanisms of Infectious Disease
- Chapter 11– Innate and Adaptive Immunity
- Chapter 12 — Disorders of the Immune Response, Including HIV/AIDS
- UNIT 5 – Disorders of Neural Function
- Chapter 13 — Organization and Control of Neural Function
- Chapter 14 — Somatosensory Function, Pain, Headache, and Temperature Regulation
- Chapter 15 — Disorders of Motor Function
- Chapter 16 — Disorders of Brain Function
- Chapter 17 — Sleep and Sleep–Wake Disorders
- Chapter 18 — Disorders of Thought, Emotion, and Memory
- UNIT 6 – Disorders of Special Sensory Function
- Chapter 19 — Disorders of Visual Function
- Chapter 20 — Disorders of Hearing and Vestibular Function
- Chapter 21 — Blood Cells and the Hematopoietic System
- Chapter 22 — Disorders of Hemostasis
- Chapter 23 — Disorders of Red Blood Cells
- Chapter 24 — Disorders of White Blood Cells and Lymphoid Tissues
- UNIT 8 – Disorders of Cardiovascular Function
- Chapter 25 — Structure and Function of the Cardiovascular System
- Chapter 26 — Disorders of Blood Flow and Blood Pressure Regulation
- Chapter 27 — Disorders of Cardiac Function, and Heart Failure and Circulatory Shock
- Chapter 28 — Disorders of Cardiac Conduction and Rhythm
- UNIT 9 – Disorders of Respiratory Function
- Chapter 29 — Structure and Function of the Respiratory System
- Chapter 30 — Respiratory Tract Infections, Neoplasms, and Childhood Disorders
- Chapter 31 — Disorders of Ventilation and Gas Exchange
- UNIT 10 – Disorders of Renal Function
- Chapter 32 — Structure and Function of the Kidney
- Chapter 33 — Disorders of Renal Function
- Chapter 34 — Acute Kidney Injury and Chronic Kidney Disease
- Chapter 35 — Disorders of the Bladder and Lower Urinary Tract
- UNIT 11- Disorders of Gastrointestinal Function
- Chapter 36 — Structure and Function of the Gastrointestinal System
- Chapter 37 — Disorders of Gastrointestinal Function
- Chapter 38 — Disorders of Hepatobiliary and Exocrine Pancreas Function
- Chapter 39 — Alterations in Nutritional Status
- UNIT 12 – Disorders of Endocrine Function
- Chapter 40 — Mechanisms of Endocrine Control1
- Chapter 41– Disorders of Endocrine Control of Growth and Metabolism
- UNIT 13 – Disorders of Genitourinary and Reproductive Function
- Chapter 42 — Structure and Function of the Male Genitourinary System
- Chapter 43 — Disorders of the Male Reproductive System
- Chapter 44 — Structure and Function of the Female Reproductive System
- Chapter 45 — Disorders of the Female Reproductive System
- Chapter 46 — Sexually Transmitted Infections
- UNIT 14 – Disorders of Musculoskeletal Function
- Chapter 47 — Structure and Function of the Musculoskeletal System
- Chapter 48 — Disorders of Musculoskeletal Function: Trauma, Infection, Neoplasms1
- Chapter 49 — Disorders of Musculoskeletal Function: Developmental and Metabolic Disorders, Activity Intolerance, and Fatigue
- Chapter 50 — Disorders of Musculoskeletal Function: Rheumatic Disorders
- UNIT 15 – Disorders of Integumentary Function
- Chapter 51 — Structure and Function of the Skin
- Chapter 52 — Disorders of Skin Integrity and Function
Chapter 01: Introduction to Pathophysiology
1. Which of the following would be the most likely cause of an iatrogenic disease?
a. An inherited disorder
b. A combination of specific etiological factors
c. An unwanted effect of a prescribed drug
d. Prolonged exposure to toxic chemicals in the environment
ANS: C REF: 6
2. The manifestations of a disease are best defined as the:
a. subjective feelings of discomfort during a chronic illness.
b. signs and symptoms of a disease.
c. factors that precipitate an acute episode of a chronic illness.
d. early indicators of the prodromal stage of infection.
ANS: B REF: 6
3. The best definition of the term prognosis is the:
a. precipitating factors causing an acute episode.
b. number of remissions to be expected during the course of a chronic illness.
c. predicted outcome or likelihood of recovery from a specific disease.
d. exacerbations occurring during chronic illness.
ANS: C REF: 7
4. Which of the following is considered a systemic sign of disease?
a. Swelling of the knee
c. Pain in the neck
d. Red rash on the face
ANS: B REF: 6
5. Etiology is defined as the study of the:
a. causes of a disease.
b. course of a disease.
c. expected complications of a disease.
d. manifestations of a disease.
ANS: A REF: 5
6. A type of cellular adaptation in which there is a decrease in cell size is referred to as:
ANS: D REF: 8
7. A change in a tissue marked by cells that vary in size and shape and show increased mitotic figures
would be called:
ANS: C REF: 8
8. A deficit of oxygen in the cells usually due to respiratory or circulatory problems is called:
ANS: B REF: 9
9. When a group of cells in the body dies, the change is called: