971.The classic cardinal signs of acute inflammation include all the following except
A.Tumour
B.Calor
C.Laesor
D.Rubor
E.Dolor

972.WBC move into the tissues from the vasculature
A.By the actions of actin and myosin
B.In response to the Fc fragment of IgG
C.In response to C3b
D.Largely in the arteriole
E.Predominately as monocytes in the first day post injury

973.Pain during an inflammatory process is mediated by
A.NO
B.C3b
C.C5a
D.PAF
E.Bradykinin

974.Granulomatous inflammation can be induced by
A.Syphilis
B.Foreign body
C.Cat-scratch disease
D.Silicosis
E.All of the above

975.Chronic inflammation
A.Most commonly follows acute inflammation
B.Demonstrates histological features indistinguishable from acute inflammation
C.Is a feature of many autoimmune diseases
D.When resolved will allow return to normal tissue architecture
E.Involves predominately monocytes

976.Chemical mediators of inflammation include all except
A.C3a and C5a
B.Bradykinin
C.Histamine
D.Protein C
E.Serotonin

977.With reference to wound healing
A.Wound regain 70-80% normal strength by 3/12 (which may persist for life)
B.Zinc is essential for the synthesis of collagen
C.Granulation tissuerepresents overproduction of collagen
D.Intercurrent glucocorticoid therapy may assist in the reparative process
E.At the end of the first week, wound strength is about 25% dependent largely on surgical suturing

978.Chemical mediators of acute inflammation include all except
A.Nitric acid
B.PAF
C.Bradykinin
D.Serotonin
E.Adrenaline

979.In acute inflammation, opsonisation is not enhanced by
A.C3b
B.Lectins
C.Fc fragments of IgG
D.C5b
E.Latex beads

980.Coagulative necrosis
A.Is always reversible
B.Is characteristic of cell death in the CNS
C.Involves activation of an internally controlled suicide program
D.Includes caseous necrosis
E.Ends with the tissue as a liquid, viscous mass

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