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Lab Test 5h
4)Plasma is: (a) Blood that has no red blood cells (b) The liquid portion of blood including clotting factors (c) The liquid portion of blood after it has clotted (d) The proteins of blood.
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4) Megaloblastic anaemia caused by a) Iron deficiency b) folic acid and B12 deficiency c) Zinc deficiency d) Globin deficiency.
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5)The first phase of hemostasis is: (a) Separation of globin and heme (b) Activation of prothrombinase (c) Platelet aggregation (d) Vascular spasm
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6) Incompatibility or differentiation in Rh that causing hemolytic if a) Mother has Rh positive b) Father has Rh negative c) Fetus has Rb positive and mother Rh negative d) Fetus has Rh negative and mother Rh positive
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2) Pretransfusion compatibility testing must include: a. Antibody screening by antiglobulin test b. Autocontrol c. Minor crossmatch d. D test on recipient.
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Lab Test Apr 16
3) The difference between plasma & serum is that plasma a)Does not contain fibrinogen b) Has more water c) contains fibrinogen d) contain albumin.
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Lab Test Apr 16
1)Delayed hypersensitivity is related to; ​a. contact sensitivity to inorganic chemicals ​b. transfusion reaction ​c. anaphylactic reaction ​d. bacterial septicemia.
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7)The phase of coagulation that begins with exposed endothelial collagen is:
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3) Increases prothrombin time:
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2)Activated protein C degrades
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Lab Test Apr 16
7)The optimum storage temperature for Platelets is:
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5) Normal value of lymphocytes
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Lab Test Apr 16
2)Which of the following mediators is released during T cell activation? b. Immunoglobulins c. Thymosin d. Serotonin e. Lymphokines
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Lab Test Apr 15
7) High titers of antimicrosomal antibodies  are most often found in:   a. rheumatoid arthritis   b. systemic lupus erythematosus   c. chronic hepatitis   d. thyroid disease.
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Lab Test Apr 15
6) Immediate hypersensitivity is most commonly associated with:
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5) The presence of immune complexes indicates:  a. Polyclonal hypergammaglobulinemia  b. Inflammatory tissue injury  c. Protection from complement- dependent neutrophil chemotaxis  d. Normal host response to antigenic exposure
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Lab Test Apr 15
4) Which of the following is proper procedure for preparation of Platelets, from whole blood?  a. Light spin followed by a hard spin  b. Light spin followed by two hard spins  c. Two light spins  d. Hard spin followed by a light spin 
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