Pathophysiology MCQs 2nd Unit

Pathophysiology MCQs 2nd Unit


Pathophysiology MCQs 2nd Unit

Pathophysiology MCQs 2nd Unit is a comprehensive collection of multiple-choice questions designed to test and enhance the understanding of pathophysiological concepts and mechanisms.

This resource is ideal for B. Pharma students, healthcare professionals, and individuals seeking to expand their knowledge in the field of pathophysiology.

The Pathophysiology MCQs 2nd Unit covers a wide range of topics related to the alterations in normal physiological processes that occur in various diseases and conditions.

Each question is thoughtfully crafted to assess the understanding of the underlying mechanisms, etiology, clinical manifestations, and complications associated with specific pathophysiological conditions.

1. What is the most common symptom of high blood pressure?

a) Racing heartbeat

b) High body temperature c) Fatigue

d) It has no symptoms that you notice

2. What can you do to control high blood pressure?

a) Get to and stay at a healthy weight

b) Exercise regularly

c) Take the blood pressure medicine prescribed by your doctor

d) All of the above

3. What is heart failure?

a) A condition in which the heart stops beating

b) A condition in which the heart cannot pump enough blood to meet the body’s needs

c) A heart attack

d) A condition in which the patient experiences chest pain

4. What are the common signs and symptoms of heart failure?

a) Shortness of breath or trouble breathing

b) Fatigue

c) Swelling

d) All of the above

5. What are the two categories of angina?

a) Stable and unstable

b) Chronic and acute

c) Severe and mild

d) Arterial and venous

6. What is angina pectoris?

a) Pain below the chest

b) Low blood pressure

c) Chest pain caused by coronary heart disease

d) None of the above

7. Risk of heart disease include?

a) High blood pressure and cholesterol

b) Smoking

c) Lack of exercise

d) All of the above

8. What is myocardial infarction?

a) Heart failure b) Heart attack

c) Cardiac arrest

d) All of the above

9. Atherosclerosis occurs primarily in

a) Veins

b) Capillaries

c) Arteries

d) All of the above

10. The disease in which cholesterol and fatty materials accumulate in the wall of arteries is

a) Diabetic syndrome

b) Tuberculosis

c) Arteriosclerosis

d) Atherosclerosis

11. Atherosclerosis and arteriosclerosis are classified as diseases of

a) Arteries

b) Bones

c) Liver

d) Kidney

12. What is asthma?

a) Blockage of airflow

b) Spreading of microbes across lungs

c) Lung collapse

d) Obstruction of blood vessels

13. What causes an asthma attack?

a) Allergens

b) Smoke

c) Exercise

d) All of the above

14. What is a common symptom of asthma?

a) Wheezing

b) Whistling

c) Full breaths

d) Snoring

15. Which of the following diseases is included in COPD?

a) Emphysema

b) Chronic bronchitis

c) Lung cancer

d) Both a and b

16. How is COPD treated?

a) Bronchodilators

b) Inhaled corticosteroids

c) Supplemental oxygen

d) All of the above

17. Medically speaking, which term refers to kidney function?

a) Hepatic

b) Renal

c) Dialysis

d) Urinary

18. Patients with kidney diseases must manage fluid intake because fluid

a) Retention can cause swelling and weight gain

b) Affects blood pressure

c) Overload can result in heart trouble

d) All of the above

19. Ischemia is

a) Restriction of blood supply to tissues

b) Overflow of blood to tissues

c) Inadequate deoxygenated blood-carrying veins

d) The medical term for shortness of breath

20. This is the role of the coronary artery

a) To carry blood away from the heart muscles

b) To supply blood to heart muscles

c) To supply blood to all parts of the body

d) None of these

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