Anatomy Year 2 - Test 1 ColloQ Long Answers (Cardio/Resp/Lymph)

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Long answer questions for PMU anatomy

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The basal membrane of the fenestrated capillaries is....... Continuous
The layers of endocardium are: A. B. C. D. A. Endothelial B. Subendothelial C. Myoelastic D. Subendocardial
The capillaries are: A. B. C. A.Continuous B.Fenestrated C.Discontinuous
The valves between the atria and ventricles in the heart are: A. B. A.Bicuspidal or mitral B.Tricuspidal
The fibrous skeleton of the heart includes: A. B. C. D. A. Right fibrous ring (anulus fibrosus dexter) B.Left Fibrous ring (Anulus fibrosus sinister) C. Right fibrous trigone (Trigonum fibrosum dextrum) D.Left fibrous trigone (Trigonum fibrosum sinistrum)
The arteries which supply the heart wall with blood are: A. B. A.Left Cononary Artery B.Right Coronary Artery
Match 1. Atrium 2.Ventricles A.Fossa Ovalis B.Chordae tendinae C.Trabeculae Carneae D. Mm. papillares E.Mm. pectinati A.Fossa Ovalis - 1. Atrium B.Chordae tendinae - 2.Ventricles C.Trabeculae Carneae - 2.Ventricles D. Mm. papillares - 2.Ventricles E.Mm. pectinati - 1. Atrium
Match A.Ostium of v.cava inferior B. Ostium of vv pulmonales C. Conus arteriosus D. Ostium Aorta 1. Right ventricle 2. Left ventricle 3. Right atrium 4. Left atrium A.Ostium of v.cava inferior - 3. Right atrium B. Ostium of vv pulmonales - 4. Left atrium C. Conus arteriosus - 1. Right ventricle D. Ostium Aorta - 2. Left ventricle
Match A.Endothelial Cells B.Basal membrane - Interrupted C.Basal membrane - Non-interrupted D.Pericytes E.Fenestrae 1.Fenestrated capillaries 2.Continuous capillaries 3.Non-continuous, interrupted capillaries A.Endothelial Cells - 1,2,3 B.Basal membrane - Interrupted - 3 C.Basal membrane - Non-interrupted - 1,2 D.Pericytes - 1,2 E.Fenestrae - 1,
The parts of the laryngeal cavity are: A. B. C. A.Vestibule B.Ventricle C.Infralottic cavity
The wall of the alveoli contains the following cells: A. B. C. A.Alveolocyte Type 1 B. Alveolocyte Type 2 C. Alveolar macrophage
Which sinuses open in meatus nasi medius? A. B. C. A. Frontal B. Maxillary C. Anterior ethmoidal cells
The elements of the blood-air barrier are: A. B. C. D. A. Alveolocyte 1 B. Basal lamina of alveolocytes 1 C. Basal lamina of Endothelial cells D. Endothelial cell of capillaries
Which are the lobes of the left lung? A. B. A. Superior Lobe B. Inferior Lobe
Which are the lobes of the right lung? A. B. C. A. Superior Lobe B. Inferior Lobe C. Middle Lobe
The respiratory part of nasal cavity that includes: A. B. C. D. A. Pseudostratified columnar and ciliated epithelium B. Lamina propria of the nasal mucose C. Cavernous sinusoids D. Mucous and serous glands
Count the right lung's fissures: A. B. A.Oblique B. Transverse
Count the main cells of epithelium of the trachea: A. B. C. D. A. Ciliated cells B. Goblet cells C. Brush Cells D. Endocrine cells
Match A. 3 parts B. Pseudostratified ciliated epithelium C. Alveoli D. Sinusoids E. Blood-Air Barrier 1.Trachea 2.Nasal Cavity 3.Lungs 1.Trachea - B 2.Nasal Cavity - A,B,D 3.Lungs - C,E
Match A. Horizontal Fissue B.3 lobes C. Oblique fissure D. ABV (Artery, Bronchus, Vein) E. BAV (Bronchus, Artery, Vein) 1.Left Lung 2.Right Lung 1.Left Lung -C,D 2.Right Lung - A,B,C,E
Match A. Macrophages B. Lymphocytes C. Alveolocytes 1 type D. Endothelial cells 1. Septal space in lungs 2. Blood-air barrier 1. Septal space in lungs - A,B 2. Blood-air barrier - C,D
Match A. Endothelial cells B. Membrana elastica interna C. Pericytes D. Tunicae intima, media et adventitia 1. Capillary 2. Vein 3. Artery 1. Capillary - A,C 2. Vein - A,D 3. Artery - A,B,D
Match A. Epithelium of the trachea B. Epithelium of nasal mucosa C.Epithelium of the alveola 1.Squamous epithelium 2. Pseudostratified ciliated epithelium 1.Squamous epithelium - C 2. Pseudostratified ciliated epithelium - A,B
Match A.Bronchi B.Alveoli C.Alveolar Ducts 1. Respiratory part of the lung 2.Pathways 1. Respiratory part of the lung - B,C 2.Pathways - A
Match A.Lamina epithelialis is pseudostratified ciliated epithelium B.There are olfactory glands C.There are acini in lamina propria D.There are sinosoids in lamina propria 1.Nasal cavity 2.Trachea 1.Nasal cavity - A,B,C,D 2.Trachea - A,C
The organs which stroma is reticular connective tissue are: A. B. C. A. Lymph node B. Spleen C. Bone Marrow
Which lymphatic organs have afferent lymphatic vessels? - Lymph nodes
Reticular-endothelial stroma is typical for ............. Thymus
The tonsil is made of? - A ......................... and B........................... A. Lymphoid tissue and B.Epithelium
What are the components of the blood thymic barrier? A. B. C. A.Endothelial cells of the capillaries B.Basal lamina of the capillaries C.Epithelioreticular cell sheath
Which one of the lymphatic organs filters blood? Spleen
What are the three types of lymphocytes? A. B. C. A. T B. B C. NK
What are the three types of T cells? A. B. C. A.T killer cells B.T Helper cells C.T Supressor cells
Name four lymphatic organs? A. B. C. D. Lymph nodes Tonsils Thymus Spleen
What are the major functions of lymphatic system (3)? A. B. C. Fluid recovery Immunity Lipid absorption
Match A.B Lymphocytes B.Natural Killer (NK) C.Dendritic cells presence (in mucous membranes) D. Reticular cells E.T Lymphocytes immunity 1.Phagocytosis and provide structure 2.Alert immune system of foreign cells 3.Innate immune system 4.Antibody mediated 5.Cell mediated immunity 1.Phagocytosis and provide structure - D. Reticular cells 2.Alert immune system of foreign cells - C.Dendritic cells presence (in mucous membranes) 3.Innate immune system - B.Natural Killer (NK) 4.Antibody mediated - A.B Lymphocytes 5.Cell mediated immunity - E.T Lymphocytes immunity
A. Made of lymphoid tissue and epithelium B. Hassal's body C. Cortex made of lymph follicles D. Stroma of reticular tissue E.The epithelium makes crypts F.Stroma of reticulo-epithelial tissue 1.Tonsil 2.Lymph node 3.Thymus 1.Tonsil - A,E 2.Lymph node - C,D 3.Thymus - B,F
Match A. lymphoid follicles and cords B. Corpus malpigii C.lobes with stroma and paranchima D. Hassal's corpuscules 1.Spleen 2.Lymph 3.Thymus 1. - B 2. - A 3. - C,D
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