Hematopoietic System Pathophysiology – MCQ Question Answer

Pathophysiology of the hematopoietic system

A characteristic sign of distribution leukocytosis is
Select one:

  1. inhibition of leukopoiesis
  2. the development of anemia
  3. lack of shifts in the leukocyte formula
  4. the appearance of immature white blood cells in the blood
  5. The presence in the blood of pathological forms of white blood cells

The correct answer is: lack of shifts in the leukocyte formula
 
Leukopenia can lead to
Select one:

  1. lowering blood coagulation
  2. reticulocytosis
  3. lowering the reactivity of the body
  4. Leukemia
  5. development of sensitization of the body

The correct answer is: lowering the reactivity of the body
 
True leukocytosis develops with
Select one:

  1. Large doses of ionizing radiation
  2. Emotional Arousal
  3. painful shock
  4. sepsis
  5. after eating

The correct answer is: sepsis
 
Acute radiation sickness is characterized by the development
Select one:

  1. lymphocytosis
  2. basophilic leukocytosis
  3. neutrophilia
  4. eosinophilia
  5. leukopenia

The correct answer is: leukopenia
 
For pathological (true) leukocytosis is characteristic
Select one:

  1. auto immunization of the body
  2. severe exhaustion
  3. development of aplastic anemia
  4. Change in white blood cell count
  5. The appearance of megalocytes in the blood

The correct answer is: Change in white blood cell count
 
Eosinophilia may develop with
Select one:

  1. Allergies
  2. lymphocytic leukemia
  3. hemophilia
  4. Addison-Birmer Anemia
  5. iron-deficiency anemia

The correct answer is: Allergies

Pathophysiology of the hematopoietic system – MCQ Question Answer

 
Distributive leukocytosis can occur with
Select one:

  1. inflammatory diseases
  2. Helminthic infestations
  3. Infectious Diseases
  4. Allergies
  5. intense pain

The correct answer is: intense pain
 
 
Distributive leukocytosis develops with
Select one:

  1. helminthic invasion
  2. physical stress
  3. fasting
  4. pneumonia
  5. ionizing radiation

The correct answer is: physical stress
 
An increase in the number of basophils is observed when
Select one:

  1. pneumonia
  2. erythremia
  3. Allergies
  4. ascariasis
  5. tuberculosis

The correct answer is: erythremia

 

 
Neutrophilic leukocytosis with a hyperregenerative nuclear shift to the left usually develops with
Select one:

  1. fasting
  2. bone marrow aplasia
  3. Benzene poisoning
  4. severe purulent-septic processes
  5. radiation sickness

The correct answer is: severe purulent-septic processes
 
A decrease in blood levels of young forms of neutrophils and an increase in segmented are called
Select one:

  1. The degenerative nuclear shift to the left
  2. the slight regenerative shift to the left
  3. The nuclear neutrophil shift to the right
  4. agranulocytosis
  5. hyperregenerative left shift

The correct answer is: Nuclear neutrophil shift to the right
 
With prolonged exposure to toxic substances that inhibit hematopoiesis (cytostatics, etc.), it usually develops
Select one:

  1. leukemia
  2. leukocytosis
  3. leukopenia
  4. erythrocytosis
  5. leukemoid reaction

The correct answer is: leukopenia
 
An increase in the content of stab neutrophils in the blood, the appearance of metamyelocytes and myelocytes are called
Select one:

  1. the nuclear shift to the right
  2. the light regenerative nuclear shift to the left
  3. hyperregenerative nuclear shift to the left
  4. The degenerative nuclear shift to the left
  5. leukemia

The correct answer is: Degenerative nuclear shift to the left
 
The cause of true leukocytosis maybe
Select one:

  1. physical stress
  2. liver echinococcosis
  3. pain
  4. emotional stress
  5. plentiful meal

The correct answer is: liver echinococcosis
Agranulocytosis is called
Select one:

  1. increase in the number of granulocytes in the blood
  2. increased agranulocyte formation
  3. increased lymphocyte formation
  4. Stimulation of granulocytopoiesis
  5. the decrease in the number of granulocytes in the blood

The correct answer is: decrease in the number of granulocytes in the blood
 
Helminthic invasion usually leads to the development
Select one:

  1. agranulocytosis
  2. eosinophilic leukocytosis
  3. The nuclear neutrophil shift to the right
  4. leukopenia
  5. leukemoid reaction

The correct answer is: eosinophilic leukocytosis
 

Pathophysiology of the hematopoietic system – MCQ Question Answer

 
The cause of leukopenia can be
Select one:

  1. A large dose of ionizing radiation
  2. chronic blood loss
  3. blood clotting
  4. iron deficiency
  5. Emotional Arousal

The correct answer is: Large dose of ionizing radiation
 
Leukopenia can develop with
Select one:

  1. Allergies
  2. helminthic infestations
  3. leukemoid reactions
  4. radiation sickness
  5. Emotional Arousal

The correct answer is: radiation sickness
 
The cause of the development of absolute lymphocytosis can be
Select one:

  1. anemia
  2. tuberculosis
  3. pneumonia
  4. influenza
  5. erythremia

The correct answer is: tuberculosis