Path Anatomy Mcqs Lesson 8 Path Anatomy Mcqs Lesson 8Please enter your email: 1. Signs of acute lymphoblastic leukemia 3) the prevalence of lymphoblasts in the bone marrow and blood 4) struck lymph nodes 5) in the leukemic infiltrates predominate myeloblasts 2) develops mainly in children 1) The peak incidence at age 60 2. Clue cells in lymphoid tissues IN lymphogranulomatosis 1) cells Anichkova 3) cells Mikulic 2) cells of Hodgkin 4) cells Reed-Sternberg3. Morphological changes lymph nodes in lymphogranulomatosis 2) numerous cells Reed-Sternberg 5) hyperplasia bright centers of follicles 3) cells of Hodgkin 1) amyloid deposition in the stroma 4) necrosis, sclerosis 4. Characteristic signs of chronic myeloid leukemia 2) axillary resorption and osteoporosis 1) pyoid bone marrow 4) infiltration of the portal stroma leukemia cells 5) aleukemic leukemia 3) intralobular leukemic infiltration of the liver5. Bence-Jones protein was detected in the urine at 3) chronic myeloid leukemia 2) Multiple Myeloma 4) chronic lymphocytic leukemia 1) chlamydia 6. spleen weight increase greatly the in leukemia 2) chronic 1) acute 7. The features typical of Burkitt’s lymphoma 4) marked cellular polymorphism of tumor tissue 3) the picture “starry sky” 2) is more common in people of Europe 1) a high degree of malignancy8. TYPE lymphogranulomatosis with the most unfavorable prognosis 1) predominance of lymphoid tissue 4) Lymphocyte depletion 5) lymphohistiocytic 3) nodular sclerosis 2) mixed cell 9. Do not look at treatment with cytostatics leukemic infiltrates STORED IN 3) brain 4) spleen 1) heart 2) Kidney 10. Anemia characterizes 3) decrease in circulating blood volume 4) decrease in hemoglobin, and often in the number of erythrocytes per unit volume of blood 1) reduction in the number of red blood cells 2) an increase in hemoglobin in the blood 11. BONE MARROW strikes PRIMARY 2) in leukemia 1) malignant lymphoma 12. Bone marrow involvement lymphoma 1) secondary to metastatic 2) primary13. Causes of nutritional iron deficiency anemia 3) autoimmune gastritis 2) Pregnancy 1) Gastrectomy 14. The cause of iron deficiency anemia in pregnant and nursing mothers 1) lack of receipt of exogenous iron 2) lack of synthesis of endogenous iron15. CAUSE hemolytic anemia 2) incompatible blood transfusion 1) lack factor Castle 16. In chronic leukemia is more characteristic 2) the proliferation of ripening (cytic) cells 1) The proliferation of undifferentiated (blast) cells 17. The forms of leukemia in children, with a favorable prognosis 4) undifferentiated 1) T-lymphoblastic 2) B-lymphoblastic 3) myeloblastic 5) plazmoblastic Loading …2+2 ?