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351. Infarcts are not common in______________?
A. Liver
B. Lung
C. Kidney
D. Both A and B

352. The necrotic tissue and deposits of immune complexes, complement and plasma protein produce a smudy eosinophilic deposit is termed as_____________?
A. Coagulative necrosis
B. Fibrinoid necrosis
C. Caesous necrosis
D. Fatty necrosis

353. White infarcts occurs in one of the following organs_______________?
A. Ovary
B. Lung
C. Intestine
D. Heart

354. Response to vascular injury is characterised by
A. Smooth muscle cell migration from media to adventitia
B. Reduced synthesis of extracellular matrix
C. Shift from contractile to proliferative-synthetic phenotype
D. Intimal thinning
E. Reduced healing response

355. Atheromatous plaque has all the following features EXCEPT
A. Covering fibrous cap
B. Lipid core within the media
C. Greater involvement of the abdominal aorta than the thoracic aorta
D. Eccentric lesions rather than circumferential lesions
E. Intracellular and extracellular lipid deposits

356. Major risk factors for atherosclerosis include all of the following EXCEPT
A. Obesity
B. Hyperlipidaemia
C. Diabetes
D. Smoking
E. Hypertension

357. The most common cause of secondary hypertension is Pathology – cardiovascular
A. Renal disease
B. Phaechromocytoma
C. Coarctation of the aorta
D. Pregnancy
E. Stress

358. Concerning the pathogenesis of essential hypertension
A. Genetic factors are not important
B. Single-gene disorders are a major factor
C. Stress is not thought to be a relevant environmental factor
D. Defects in renal sodium homeostasis is a favoured hypothesis
E. Decreased sodium excretion results in reduced circulating fluid volume

359. Concerning aneurysms
A. Aneurysms most commonly occur in the peripheral vasculature
B. The haematoma within a false aneurysm does not communicate with the vascular space
C. Mycotic aneurysms are always true aneurysms
D. Morphology of the aneurysms is a good indicator of pathogenesis
E. Atherosclerosis is the most common cause of aneurysms

360. Abdominal aortic aneurysms
A. cause 90% mortality during emergency surgery for rupture
B. most commonly occur above the renal arteries
C. uncommonly contain mural thrombus
D. have a 2% risk per year of rupture if less than 4cm diameter
E. have a 50% risk per year of rupture if greater than Scm diameter