MSN Exam for Lymphatic System

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1. Which of the following is not directly associated with the lymphatic pathway?

  1. Lymphatic trunk
  2. Collecting duct
  3. Subclavian vein
  4. Carotid arteries

2. The thymus is responsible for secreting _____ from epithelial cells.

  1. Thymosin
  2. Growth hormone
  3. Macrophages
  4. Plasma cells

3. Which of the following types of cytokines is responsible for the growth and maturation of B cells?

  1. Interleukin-1
  2. Interleukin-2
  3. Interleukin-4
  4. Interleukin-7

4. Which of the following types of immunoglobulins is the most responsible for promoting allergic reactions?

  1. IgA
  2. IgM
  3. IgD
  4. IgE

5. Which of the following types of immunoglobulins is located on the surface of most B-lymphocytes?

  1. IgA
  2. IgM
  3. IgD
  4. IgE

6. Which of the following types of immunoglobulins does not cross the barrier between mother and infant in the womb?

  1. IgA
  2. IgM
  3. IgD
  4. IgE

7. Which of the following is not an autoimmune disease?

  1. Graves disease
  2. Myasthenia gravis
  3. Insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus
  4. Alzheimer’s disease

8. T-cell activation requires a/an _______ cell.

  1. Activation
  2. Accessory
  3. Plasma
  4. Helper

9. The thymus is located with the _______.

  1. Mediastinum
  2. Peristinum
  3. Epistinum
  4. Endostinum

10. Which of the following statements is false regarding the spleen?

  1. Divided up into lobules
  2. Similar to a large lymph node
  3. Contains macrophages
  4. Limited blood within the lobules

11. Which of the following is not considered a central location of lymph nodes?

  1. Cervical
  2. Axillary
  3. Inguinal
  4. Tibial

12. Lymphocytes that reach the thymus become _____.

  1. T-cells
  2. B-cells
  3. Plasma cells
  4. Beta cells

13. Lymphocytes that do not reach the thymus become _____.

  1. T-cells
  2. B-cells
  3. Plasma cells
  4. Beta cells

14. Which of the following is associated with a B cell deficiency?

  1. Job’s syndrome
  2. Chronic granulomatous disease
  3. Bruton’s agammaglobulinemia
  4. Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome

15. Which of the following is the autoantibody for systemic lupus?

  1. Anti-microsomal
  2. Antinuclear antibodies
  3. Anti-gliadin
  4. Anti-histone

16. The TB skin test is an example of ______.

  1. Delayed hypersensitivity
  2. Serum sickness
  3. Cytotoxic reaction
  4. Arthus reaction

17. Which of the following types of cytokines is secreted by macrophages?

  1. IL-1
  2. IL-2
  3. IL-3
  4. IL-4

18. Which of the following types of immunoglobulins binds complement?

  1. IgA
  2. IgD
  3. IgE
  4. IgG

19. Which of the following is a key component of cytotoxic T cells?

  1. CD2
  2. CD4
  3. CD8
  4. CD10

20. Which of the following is not a primary target group of T cells?

  1. Viruses
  2. Toxins
  3. Fungi
  4. TB
Answers
  1. D. Carotid arteries 
  2. A. Thymosin 
  3. C. Interleukin-4
  4. D. IgE 
  5. C. IgD
  6. A. IgA
  7. D. Alzheimer’s disease
  8. B. Accessory 
  9. A. Mediastinum 
  10. D. Limited blood within the lobules
  11. D. Tibial 
  12. A. T-cells 
  13. B. B-cells
  14. C. Bruton’s agammaglobulinemia 
  15. B. Antinuclear antibodies 
  16. A. Delayed hypersensitivity 
  17. A. IL-1 
  18. D. IgG 
  19. C. CD8 
  20. B. Toxins 

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