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Question number: 995

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Which of the following features make alveoli suitable for the exchange of gases?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Have short diffusion pathway

b.

Thin wall

c.

Both a. and b. are correct

d.

Question does not provide sufficient data or is vague

Question number: 996

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Identify P, Q and R in the given figure?

Image showing human digestive system parts

Image Showing Human Digestive System Parts

Image showing human digestive system.

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Choice (4) Response

a.

P – Pharynx, Q – Duodenum, R – Sigmoid colon

b.

P – Salivary glands, Q – Spleen, R – Descending colon

c.

P – Oesophagus, Q – Bile duct, R – Transverse colon

d.

P – Oesophagus, Q – Gall bladder, R – Ascending colon

Question number: 997

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What happens when food reaches to stomach?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

The food moves quickly into the small intestine

b.

Juices mix with the food and stomach muscles squeeze it

c.

No digestion occurs in the stomach

d.

None of the above

Question number: 998

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Which of the following test is used as an X-ray photograph of blood or lymph vessels?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Hemodialysis

b.

Ventilator

c.

Angiogram

d.

Transfusion

Question number: 999

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Identify the labelled 1,2 and 3 processes in the given figure?

Steps in Urine formation

Steps in Urine Formation

Steps in Urine formation

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Choice (4) Response

a.

1 – Tubular secretion, 2 – Tubular reabsorption, 3 – Glomerular filtration

b.

1 – Tubular reabsorption, 2 – Tubular secretion, 3 – Glomerular filtration

c.

1 – Glomerular filtration, 2 – Tubular reabsorption, 3 – Tubular secretion

d.

1 – Tubular reabsorption, 2 – Glomerular filtration, 3 – Tubular secretion

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