pathophysiology practice test (1)

pathophysiology practice test (1)

Introduction of Pathophysiology ............Single Choice............

published on April 26, 201270 responses 0

which one of the following conditions does belong to inherited disease?

disease induced by changes of genetic
material
disease induced by chromosome
aberration
disease due to pathologic changes
during fetal development
disease induced by gene mutation

which one of the descriptions about the focus of pathophysiology is correct?

focuses on the cause of the disease
focuses on the morphologial changes
of the diseas
focuses on the alterations of
function and metabolism of body and
mechanisms involved
focuses on the prevention of the
disease

causal factors are the factors that?

is not neccesary for disease to occur
determine the characteristics of the
disease
do not cause the disease directly
influence the pathogenesis of the
disease

which one of the following conditions does belong to congenital factors?

newborn disease caused by drugs taken
during pregnancy
single gene disorder
newborn infant pneumonia
chromosome disorder

brain death refers to?

the irreversible cessation of the
function of all brain
the cessation of the function of
brain stem
the irreversible cessation of the
function of cerebral cortex
the consistently flat of EEG

which one of the descriptions about the incomplete recovery is right?

the relatively normal life is
maintained by compensatory mechanisms
the pathologic process develops
slowly
the influence of cause disappears
entirely
the balance is maintained between
damage and anti damage process

the outcome of disease is decided by?

the quantity and intensity of causal
factors
the power of anti injury in our body
the existence of precipitating
factors
comarison of the strength between
injury and anti injury

the cold is?

nutritional imbalance
viral infection
bacterial infection
catching cold

which one of the descriptions about the conditional factors is wrong?

they can be all kinds of internal and
external factors
they induce natural conditions
physical conditions and social
conditions
they can influence the pathogenesis
and the natural time course of the
disease
they are neccesary for disease to
occur

the indications of death is?

the absence of corneal reflexes
appearing linear EEG even when
stimulated
the irreversible cessation of the
function of all brain
the cessation of heart beats

definition of the death is?

the absence of corneal reflexes
the irreversible cessation of the
function of the body as a whole
the cessation of the metabolism of
all cells of the body
the cessation of the function of all
cells of the body

pathological process is?

a changes of stuctural functional
and metabolic that occur together
in different disease
the develping process of disease
the process of functional and
metabolic changes in disease
an abnormal life process

which one of the following conditions does not belong to pathological process?

inflammation
fever
metabolic acidosis
respiratory failure

inflammation belongs to?

pathological process
pathological response
pathologic status
disease

the nature of disease is?

disorder of metabolism
invasion of pathogenic agents
disruption of homeostasis
cell destruction