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Physiology Question Set 1

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    The lecture Physiology Question Set 1 by Lecturio USMLE is from the course Physiology - High Yield Questions.


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    1. Cholecystokinin
    2. Gastrin
    3. Secretin
    4. Glucose-dependent insulinotropic polypeptide
    5. Motilin
    1. Reduced FEV1/FVC ratio
    2. Increased total lung capacity (TLC)
    3. Decreased residual volume (RV)
    4. Decreased Functional residual capacity (FRC)
    5. Increased FEV
    1. Deficiency of 21-Hydroxylase
    2. Deficiency of 17-α-Hydroxylase
    3. Deficiency of desmolase
    4. Deficiency of 11-Hydroxylase
    5. Deficiency of 5-α-reductase
    1. Increased Filtration fraction
    2. Normal Renal plasma flow
    3. Decreased hydrostatic pressure of the glomerular capillary
    4. Decreased glomerular filtration pressure
    5. Decreased peritubular reabsorption
    1. Using Evans blue
    2. Using triatiated water
    3. Using mannitol
    4. Counting average plasma level based on age and weight of the patient
    5. Measuring it indirectly by measuring total body water (TBW) and extracellular water and subtracting extracellular water from TBW
    1. Parietal cells of the gastric mucosa
    2. Chief cells of the gastric mucosa
    3. G cells of the gastric mucosa
    4. Enterochromaffin cells of the gastric mucosa
    5. Mucus-secreting cells of the gastric mucosa
    1. By facilitated diffusion
    2. By simple diffusion
    3. By primary active transport
    4. By co-transport
    5. By counter-transport
    1. Low ventilation, normal perfusion and low V/Q ratioi
    2. Lower ventilation and perfusion, but higher V/Q ratio
    3. Normal ventilation, low or nonexistent perfusion and infinite V/Q ratio
    4. Higher ventilation and perfusion with lower V/Q ratio
    5. Medium ventilation and perfusion, V/Q that equals 0.8
    1. 1/16
    2. 1/2
    3. 1/4
    4. 1/8
    5. 1/64
    1. Trypsin
    2. Amylase
    3. Lactase
    4. Colipase
    5. Pepsin
    1. Cholecystokinin
    2. Gastrin
    3. Somatostatin
    4. Secretin
    5. Pepsin
    1. 50 mL/min
    2. 120 mL /min
    3. 100 mL/min
    4. 25 mL/min
    5. 625 mL/min
    1. Cholesterol
    2. Serum total albumin
    3. Iodine
    4. TBG
    5. RT3
    1. Vascular smooth muscle, gastrointestinal and bladder sphincters and radial muscle of the iris
    2. Presynaptic nerve terminals, platelets, fat cells, walls of the gastrointestinal tract
    3. Sinoatrial (SA) node, atrioventricular (AV) node, ventricular muscle of the heart
    4. Bronchial smooth muscle, walls of the GI tract and bladder
    5. Autonomic ganglia, neuromuscular junction, adrenal medulla
    1. Selective β-blockers
    2. Nonselective β-blockers
    3. β-agonists
    4. α- agonists
    5. α- antagonists
    1. Sinoatrial (SA) node, atrioventricular (AV) node, ventricular muscle of the heart
    2. Vascular smooth muscle, gastrointestinal and bladder sphincters and radial muscle of the iris
    3. Presynaptic nerve terminals
    4. Bronchial smooth muscle, walls of the GI tract and bladder
    5. Autonomic ganglia, neuromuscular junction, adrenal medulla

    Author of lecture Physiology Question Set 1

     Lecturio USMLE

    Lecturio USMLE


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