Pathophysiology practice test (18)

Pathophysiology practice test (18)

>>>>>>>>>>..Stress..<<<<<<<<<<<<< ......... Multiple Choice...........

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1/12

the changes of cardiovascular system in stress may be?

Hint: 3 choices
increased heart rate
arrhythmia
decreased BP
myocardial ischemia
2/12

which are the situations of redistribution of blood in stress?

Hint: 2 choices
the blood volume of coronal arterial
is increased
the blood volume in skeletal muscle
is inscreased
the blood volume of renal is
increased
the blood volume of skin is increased
3/12

which descriptions about the funtions of glucocorticoid in stress are wrong?

Hint: 2 choices
the secretion of glucocorticoid is
regulated by ACTH
it can inhibits the realease of
substances involved in inflammatory
process
it can suppress the increasing of
blood glucose
it has not any relation with the
happening of stress peptic ulcer
4/12

the increased secretion of hormones in stress are?

glucagon
catecholamine
glucocorticoid
aldosterone
5/12

which reactions induced by increased secretion of glucocorticoid in stress are beneficial?

Hint: 2 choices
stabilizing the membrane of lysosome
suppressing the immune reaction
suppressing the inflammatory response
supressing the regeneration of tissue
6/12

the stress peptic ulcer mainly caused by?

Hint: 2 choices
glucocorticoid
catecholamine
somatotropin
aldosterone
7/12

the disadvantages of autonomic nervous system reaction in stress are?

Hint: 3 choices
promotion of platelet accumulation
constriction of abdominal viscera
blood vessels
increased consumption of oxygen by
heart
dilation of bronchi
8/12

the decreased immunological funtion of body in chronic stress mainly caused by?

Hint: 2 choices
increased ACTH
increased glucocorticoid
decreased insulin
increased catecholamine
9/12

what are the mechanisms of hyperglycemia in stress?

Hint: 3 choices
epinephrine
norepinephrine
aldosterone
somatotropin
10/12

in stress human body always have?

Hint: 2 choices
increased secretion of catecholamine
increased content of insulin
increased function of immune system
increased secretion of glucocorticoid
11/12

the main neuroendocrine responses to stress are?

Hint: 2 choices
activation of central nervous system
activation of sympathetic nerve
system
increased secretion of all endocrinic
hormones
activation of Hypothalamus pituitary
gland adrenal cortex system
12/12

the harmful factors which result in stress peptic ulcer are?

reflux of H to mucosa
function of glucocorticoid
acidosis
decreased blood volume of gastic
mucosa