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20 Cards in this Set

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Clinical manifestations of bronchogenic carcinomas would not include:
acute respiratory failure
This neoplasm has the best prognosis:
papillary cystadenoma
In adults, massive proteinuria is most likely associated with:
membranous glomerulonephritis
Which tumor would be most likely to metastasize via the lymph system:
Adenocarcinoma of the pancreas
The fatigue and muscle weakness seen in patients with myasthenia gravis is due to a defect in the:
Neuromuscular junction
Rickets is caused by a deficiency of:
Vitamin D
Increased amound of fluid within the ventricular spaces of the brain is known as:
Most types of vasculitis are thought to eb induced by:
Infectious agents
A two year old male infant is noted to have a large abdominal mass which extends across the midline. Diagnosis:
Wilm's tumor
The most common primary tumor of the CNS is:
Which tumor of the CNS is benign:
An elevation of Blood urea notrogen and serum creatinine levels is called:
Which is generally classified as a demyelinating disease:
Multiple sclerosis
Cerebrovascular Accidents (strokes) are most commonly the result of:
Occlusion of cerebral vessels
The most common form of hypertension is known as:
Spontaneous (non-traumatic) hemorrhages of the CNS are most often due to:
The development of hypertension is characteristically associated with:
Nephritic syndrome
Purulent meningitis is most commonly due to:
Patients who have resting tremors, a mask like facial expression, and a shuffling gait are most likely suffering from:
Parkinson's disease
A deficiency of surfactant is the underlying abnormality in patient with what?
Hyaline membrane disease