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191. The process of formation of solid mass in circulation from the constituents of normal flowing blood is called_____________?

A. Clot formation
B. Thrombosis
C. Embolism
D. Infarction

192. Major and frequent influence for thrombus formation is________________?

A. Alteration in blood flow
B. Hypercoagulability
C. Endothelial damage
D. Fatty streak

193. Left side heart failure results in______________?

A. Oedema of lungs
B. Oedema of spleen
C. Oedema of legs
D. Oedema of liver

194. The common cause of sudden death in myocardial infarction is____________?

A. Pulmonary embolism
B. Arrhythmias
C. Congestive heart failure
D. None of the above

195. Following is the most important factor in the management of shock_________________?

A. Blood pressure
B. Cardiac output
C. CVP to 8 cm of water
D. Deficiency of effective circulating blood volume

196. Shock is a circulatory disturbance characterized by________________?

A. Increased blood pressure
B. Decreased volume of circulation blood
C. Elevated body temperature
D. Decreased volume of interstitial fluid

197. Which of the following is common in all forms of shock ?

A. Sepsis
B. Hypovolemia
C. Vasoconstriction
D. Impaired tissue prefusion

198. Anasarca means_____________?

A. Abnormal inflammatory process
B. Severe generalized swelling
C. Absence of proliferation of vessels following inflammation
D. Presence of pus

199. The most common site of origin for venous thrombi leading to pulmonary embolism is_____________?

A. Ascending oaorta
B. Portal vein
C. Deep leg veins
D. Right atrium

200. Which of the following is correctly matched with the forms of extravasation hemorrhages______________?

A. Ecchymosis – large extravasation of blood in to the skin and mucous membrane
B. Purpura – small areas (1cm) of hemorrhage in to the skin and mucous membrane
C. petechiae – small pin point hemorrhages
D. All of the above

 

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