1-What is the function of the lymphatic system?

a. returns fluid to the bloodstream

b. absorbs fat molecules

c. defend the body against disease

d. all of these

2-Lymph vessels are similar to cardiovascular

a. arteries.

b. veins.

c. arteries and veins.

3-What enters the subclavian vein?

a. lymphatic duct

b. lymphatic vessel

c. lymphatic trunk

d. all of these

4- What does red bone marrow do?

a. produces red blood cells

b. produces white blood cells

c. produces red and white blood cells

d. none of these

5-Which produce antibodies?

a. T lymphocytes

b. macrophages

c. B lymphocytes

d. all of these

6-The tonsils are composed of

a. Peyer's patches.

b. lymph atic nodules.

c. stem cells.

7-Which are in lymph nodes?

a. lymphocytes

b. macrophages

c. lymphocytes and macrophages

8-Lymphoma is

a. cancer of lymphoid tissue.

b. swelling of lymph nodes due to infection.

c. swelling due to excess tissue fluid.

d. infection of a lymphatic vessel.

9-Lymphangitis is

a. cancer of lymphoid tissue.

b. swelling of lymph nodes due to infection.

c. swelling due to excess tissue fluid.

d. infection of a lymphatic vessel.

10-Lymphadenitis is

a. cancer of lymphoid tissue.

b. swelling of lymph nodes due to infection.

c. swelling due to excess tissue fluid.

d. infection of a lymphatic vessel.

11-Edema is

a. cancer of lymphoid tissue.

b. swelling of lymph nodes due to infection.

c. swelling due to excess tissue fluid.

d. infection of a lymphatic vessel.

12-The red pulp in the spleen contains

a. macrophages.

b. lymphocytes.

c. red blood cells.

d. all of these.

13-The thymus is

a. larger in adults.

b. larger in children.

c. the same size in adults and children.

14-Acid secretion occurs in the

a. respiratory tract.

b. intestine.

c. stomach.

15-Cilia are located in the

a. respiratory tract.

b. intestine.

c. stomach.

16-Normal occurring bacteria live in the

a. respiratory tract.

b. intestine.

c. stomach.

17-Complement

a. is a series of proteins.

b. attracts phagocytes.

c. causes bacteria cells to burst.

d. is described by all of these characteristics.

18-Interferon is a defense against

a. bacteria.

b. viruses.

c. fungi.

d. all of these.

19-Histamine

a. increases the activity of macrophages.

b. makes the capillary more permeable.

c. prevents viral reproduction.

d. kills bacteria.

20-Pus consists of

a. dead tissue.

b. dead bacteria.

c. living white cells.

d. all of these.

21-T cells and B cells are

a. antigens.

b. lymphocytes.

c. macrophages.

d. neutrophils.

22- B cells enlarge and divide, forming

a. plasma cells.

b. memory cells.

c. plasma cells and memory cells.

23-Plasma cells produce

a. antibodies.

b. histamines.

c. T cells.

d. antigens.

24-Antibodies bind to

a. foreign substances.

b. antigens.

c. bacteria.

d. all of these.

25-T cells are responsible for

a. antibody-mediated immunity.

b. cell-mediated immunity.

c. plasma cells.

d. memory cells.

26-T cells

a. are activated by macrophages.

b. may stimulate B cells.

c. release cytokinesis.

d. are described by all of these characteristics.

27-Cytotoxic T cells may attack

a. antigen-bearing cells.

b. cancer cells.

c. infected cells.

d. all of these.

28-Allergies are due to

a. an excess number of antigens.

b. not enough antibodies formed.

c. antibodies being produced for substances that ordinarily would do no

harm to the body.

29-What is meant by an autoimmune disease?

a. antibodies are produced too automatically

b. antibodies act against the individual's own tissue

c. antibodies are not produced

d. antigens resist antibodies

30-A vaccine contains

a. antigens.

b. antibodies.

c. antihistamines.

d. lymphocytes.

31-A booster

a. raises the antibody titer.

b. is given after the initial vaccine.

c. raises the antibody titer and is given after the initial vaccine.

32-Active immunity

a. occurs when antibodies are given.

b. occurs as a result of exposure to antigens.

c. means that antibodies are not made by the recipient.

d. occurs when antibodies are given and means that antibodies are not

made by the recipient.

33-Passive immunity

a. occurs when antibodies are given.

b. is short-lived.

c. can only occur in breast-feeding infants.

d. occurs when antibodies are given and is short-lived.

34-Antibodies given to individuals have come from

a. recovered donors.

b. immunized horses.

c. individuals

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  • 7 years ago
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    The primary purpose of the lymphatic system is to get slackers to flunk anatomy. Do your own homework. Hit the books.

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