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The coagulation Common pathway consists of:
A.) factors II, VII, IX, and XI
B.) XII, XI, XIII and IV
C.) III, vWF, Ca2+, and prothrombin
D.) II, V, and X
D.) II, V, and X
Tissue thromboplastin (tissue factor) activates the coagulation system. The primary factor that tissue thromboplastin activates is:
A.) I
B.) XIII
C.) VII
D.) VIII
E.) XII
C.) VII
von Willebrand's factor is:
A.) LMW and called VIIIC:Ag
B.) HMW and called VIIIR:Rco
C.) HMW and called VIIIC
D.) LMW and called VIIIR:Ag
B.) HMW and called VIIIR:Rco
The Vitamin K dependent factors are:
A.) II, XII, IX, XIII, protein C, thrombomodulin
B.) VII, V, IX, X, protein C, protein S
C.) I, VI, IX, X, protein C, protein S
D.) II, VII, IX, X, protein C, protein S
D.) II, VII, IX, X, protein C, protein S
vonWillebrand factor is the carrier protein for coagulation factor:
A.) VII
B.) V
C.) VIII
D.) IX
C.) VIII
For the majority of coagulation proteins, an acitivity level of ____% is all that is necessary for hemostasis.
A.) 10-15
B.) 25-30
C.) 45-55
D.) 75-85
B.) 25-30
Protein C along with it's Cofactor Protein S cleave factor:
A.) XIIIa
B.) IXa
C.) Va
D.) VIIa
C.) Va, causing anticoagulation
Protein C depends upon two of the following in order to become activated.
A.) Thrombomodulin
B.) Thromboxane A2
C.) Factor Xa
D.) Factor IIa (thrombin)
E.) Prostacyclin
F.) alpha-2 antitrypsin
A.) and C.) Thrombomodulin and Factor IIa (thrombin)
Converts fibrinogen to fibrin
thrombin
Crosslinks fibrin multimers to form a stabilized clot
factor XIII
Factor Xa and its cofactor ____convert prothrombin to thrombin
factor Va
Antihemophilia A factor
factor VIII
Antihemophilia B factor
factor IX
Which of the follwoing is an example of an acquired platelet disorder?
A.) Uremia
B.) Bernard-Soulier syndrome
C.) Storage pool deficit
D.) vW disease
E.) May-Hegglin anomaly
A.) Uremia
Thrombotic thrombocytopenia purpura (TTP) quantitative or qualitative
quantitative
Uremia
qualitative
Glanzman's Thrombasthenia
qualitative
aplastic anemia
quantitative
immune thrombocytopenia purpura (ITP)
quantitivative
A 3 year old presents with severe thrombocytopenia following a bout of bloody diarrhea caused by E. coli 0157:H7. The most likely disorder is:
A.) cirrhosis
B.) lupus erythematosis
C.) vonWillebrand's disease
D.) TTP
E.) ITP
D.) TTP
This disease has multiple presentations: In children more boys than girls are affected, in adults more women than men are affected. In children the best treatment is no treatment while in adults, corticosteroids are often effective, RhIg may also be utilized in some adults. The disease that best fits this description is:
F.) DIC
G.) ITP
H.) HUS
I.) TTP
J.) HITT
G.) ITP