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Physiology Question Set 4

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    The lecture Physiology Question Set 4 by Lecturio USMLE is from the course Physiology - High Yield Questions.


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    1. Decreased FEV1 and FVC with normal FEV1/FVC
    2. Decreased FEV1 and normal FVC
    3. Decreased FEV1 and FVC with decreased FEV1/FVC
    4. Increased FEV1 and FVC
    5. Normal FEV1 and FVC
    1. Measuring it indirectly by measuring extracellular fluid (ECF) volume and plasma volume and subtracting the plasma volume from ECF volume
    2. Using tritiated water
    3. Using mannitol
    4. Using Evans blue
    5. Measuring it indirectly by measuring total body water (TBW) and extracellular water and subtracting extracellular water from TBW
    1. Decreased afterload
    2. Increased afterload
    3. Increased heart size
    4. Increased contractility
    5. Increased heart rate
    1. Closure of the AV valves
    2. Atrial contraction
    3. Ventricular contraction
    4. Rapid ventricular ejection
    5. Closure of the semilunar valves
    1. Low K+ and HCO3- concentrations
    2. High volume
    3. Low Na+ and Cl- concentrations
    4. Hypotonicity
    5. Presence of digestive enzymes
    1. Ca2+
    2. K+
    3. Na+
    4. Cl-
    5. Mg2+
    1. Suppression of thirst
    2. Reduction of seizure activity
    3. Regulation of prolactin release
    4. Suppression of food intake
    5. Induction of hyperthermia
    1. Increased potassium conductance
    2. Increased sodium conductance
    3. Increased inositol triphosphate and calcium ions in cells
    4. Increased cyclic GMP in cells
    5. Increased cyclic AMP in cells
    1. Increased physiological dead space
    2. Increased CO2 production
    3. Increased O2 consumption
    4. Increased venous PCO2
    5. Increased pulmonary blood flow
    1. Acetylcholine
    2. Adenosine triphosphate
    3. Vasoactive intestinal polypeptide
    4. Pituitary adenylate cyclase-activating peptide
    5. Carbon monoxide
    1. Reduce anxiety
    2. Stimulation of secretion of aldosterone by the adrenal cortex
    3. Increased thirst
    4. Increased Na+-H+ exchange in the proximal convoluted tubule
    5. Release of ACTH from the anterior pituitary
    1. Antiribosomal P antibody
    2. Antineuronal antibody
    3. Antiphospholipid antibody
    4. Anti-Ro antibody
    5. Anti-La antibody
    1. Ventricular repolarization
    2. Atrial depolarization
    3. Period between ventricular depolarization and repolarization
    4. Atrial repolarization
    5. Ventricular depolarization
    1. -90mV
    2. +20mV
    3. Between 0 and 20mV
    4. -20mV
    5. -60mV
    1. Normal ventilation, low or non-existent perfusion and infinite V/Q
    2. Lower ventilation and perfusion, but higher V/Q
    3. Higher ventilation and perfusion with lower V/Q
    4. Low or non-existent ventilation, normal perfusion and V/Q that equals to 0
    5. Medium ventilation and perfusion, V/Q that equals 0.8
    1. Metabolic alkalosis
    2. Normal acid-base status
    3. Respiratory alkalosis
    4. Respiratory acidosis
    5. Metabolic acidosis

    Author of lecture Physiology Question Set 4

     Lecturio USMLE

    Lecturio USMLE


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