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Pathology Inflammation Quiz


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In which of the following types of inflammation do margination,pavementing ,and emigration of leukocytes occur?

A. Acute inflammation

B. Chronic inflammation


Diphtheria and bacillary are examples of ………… inflammation

A. Haemorrhagic

B. Pseudomembranous

C. Serous


……….. are collections of epithelioid histocytes that may found in chronic inflammation

A. Granuloma

B. Abscess

C. Fever


The direct movement of emigrating leukocytes to the site of injury is ……

A. Chemotaxis

B. Phagocytosis

C. Emigration

D. Pavementing


Which of the following is not characteristic of chronic

A. Macrophage

B. Lymphocytes

C. Plasma cells

D. Neutrophils


What is the name of phenomenon where leukocytes marginate and become attached to the edge of the blood vessel

A. Pavemementing

B. Phagocytosis

C. Chemotaxis


Which of the following cells are present in large numbers in allergic inflammation?

A. Neutrophils

B. Lymphocytes

C. Eosinophils

D. Plasma cells


Inflammatory reactions include…………….

A. Vascular only

B. Cellular only

C. Vascular and cellular


State true or false-Serous inflamation is considered to be mild form of inflammation

A. TRUE

B. FALSE


State true or false

Lobar pneumonia is an example of serous inflammation

A. TRUE

B. FALSE


What is the first response to acute inflammation

A. Vasodilatation

B. Cellular response

C. Extravascular


What are the characteristic cells of acute inflammation

A. Neutrophils

B. Macrophages

C. Lymphocytes

D. Eosinophil


The inflammatory exudate helps in spread of infection

A. TRUE

B. FALSE


What is the first vascular change occurring in the beginning of inflammation?

A. Vasodilation

B. Vasoconstriction

C. Congestion


Inflammation can occur in dead tissue

A. TRUE

B. FALSE


The process of engulfment of solid particulate material by cell eaters is ……

A. Pavementing

B. Emigration

C. Phagocytosis




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