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Inflammation and Tissue Repair Quiz


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It is the substance that will cause transient vasoconstriction of the blood vessels immediately after the initial injury.

A. Histamine

B. Hageman factor

C. Norepinephrine

D. Prostaglandin


Stages of fracture healing EXCEPT:

A. Impaction

B. Introduction

C. Inflammation

D. Callus formation

E. Remodelling


Dolor means:

A. Swelling

B. Heat

C. Pain

D. Redness

E. Loss of function


A decrease in this type of vitamin will result in a decrease in collagen formation.

A. Vitamin A

B. Vitamin B1

C. Vitamin B2

D. Vitamin C


A phase of EXTRAVASATION wherein the cells squeezes through the blood vessel walls.

A. Margination

B. Pavementing

C. Diapedesis

D. Emigration


The stage wherein tissues are being rebuilt and strengthened.

A. Inflammatory Phase

B. Proliferative Phase

C. Maturation Phase

D. Epithelialization Phase


Linear wounds heal faster than circular wounds.

A. TRUE

B. FALSE


The following are the substances that will induce pain sensation after the initial injury EXCEPT:

A. Prostaglandin

B. Bradykinin

C. Histamine

D. Hageman factor


It is considered the most important cell during the inflammatory phase.

A. Red blood cells

B. Macrophages

C. Neutrophils

D. Basophils


Excessive inflammation will promote faster tissue healing.

A. TRUE

B. FALSE


A type of collagen that is abundant in the dermal-epidermal junction of the skin.

A. Type 2

B. Type 3

C. Type 7

D. Type 8


It is the process of the development of a new blood supply system to the injured area.

A. Neovascularization

B. Angiogenesis

C. Anastomosis

D. None of the above


A type of scar that extends beyond the original boundaries of an injury and invade surrounding tissue.

A. Keloid

B. Hypertrophic

C. Normotrophic

D. Atrophic


A decrease in this type of vitamin will result in a decrease in Epithelialization

A. Vitamin A

B. Vitamin B1

C. Vitamin B2

D. Vitamin C


Excessive collagen production and scarring can be caused by:

A. Infection

B. Edema

C. Excessive stress on the healing area

D. Excessive movement of the healing tissue

E. All of the above


The type of leukocyte associated with parasitic infections.

A. Eosinophil

B. Basophil

C. Neutrophil

D. Macrophage


It is the formation of a calcified hematoma after a severe contusion to the muscles.

A. Contracture

B. Myositis ossificans

C. Tendinitis

D. Muscle Strain

E. Transudate Edema


The type of leukocytes that first arrives after the initial injury.

A. Eosinophil

B. Basophil

C. Neutrophil

D. Lymphocye


It is the substance that will cause transient vasodilation of the blood vessels immediately after the initial injury.

A. Histamine

B. Hageman factor

C. Norepinephrine

D. Prostaglandin


It is the journey of cells from inside the blood vessel to the tissue outside the blood vessel.

A. Chemotaxis

B. Extravasation

C. Osmosis

D. Immune Response




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