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(Solution) If two individuals have sickle cell trait, what is the likelihood their children will have sickle cell anemia?


 If two individuals have sickle cell trait, what is the likelihood their children will have sickle cell anemia? (Points : 2)        25%       50%       75%       100% Question 2.2. The Reed Sternberg cell is associated with: (Points : 2)        Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma       Hodgkin’s lymphoma       Multiple myeloma       Hairy Cell leukemia Question 3.3. DIC is characterized by both excessive bleeding and excessive clotting. (Points : 2)        True        False  Question 4.4. Which type of leukemia is most common in adults over 50 years old? (Points : 2)        CLL       AML       ALL       CML Question 5.5. Anemia is defined as (Points : 2)        Decreased hemoglobin       Decreased number of erythrocytes       Both a and b       Lack of oxygen Question 6.6. Leukemia has been associated with (Points : 2)        being born a twin       being born to a smoker       being exposed to environmental toxins       having pneumonia Question 7.7. Hemophilia A is an abnormality of which clotting factor? (Points : 2)        VIII       IX       XI       XII Question 8.8. An increase in hematocrit can provide an increase in the oxygen carrying capacity of the blood, and help athletes improve performance by resisting fatigue. (Points : 2)        True        False  Question 9.9. Multiple Myeloma is associated with what etiological factor (Points : 2)        the etiology is unknown       environmental pollutants       Cleaning solutions       Mercury in dental fillings Question 10.10. A person with blood type A can receive blood from blood type B (Points : 2)        True        False  Question 11.11. Coagulopathies include: (Points : 2)        hemoglobinopathies       cardiomyopathy       vasculopathies       von Willebrand’s disease Question 12.12. Lymphoma is a (Points : 2)        rise of neoplastic lymphoid cells       decrease of neoplastic lymphoid cells       rise of neoplastic thrombocytes       always a solitary neck mass Question 13.13. This type of Lymphoma is characterized by a painless cervical mass as the first symptom (Points : 2)        Hodgkin’s       Non-Hodgkin’s       Multiple Myeloma       Hairy Cell Question 14.14. Skull radiographs are often useful in the diagnosis of Multiple Myeloma. (Points : 2)        True        False  Question 15.15. Hemostasis consists of three primary steps. Which of the following is not one of them (Points : 2)        Tissue plasminogen Activator       Vasoconstriction       Formation of platelet plug       Coagulation cascade

 


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