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Ch 3 Path.Review Q's


By the use of what radiographic position can bony structures such as clavicles be removed from the apices of the lungs? Lordotic
The "sail sign" in an infant is commonly associated with enlargement of the: Thymus
Posterior mediastinal masses most commonly originate from _________ tissue. Nervous
An infant born after only 6 months of gestation could have: Hyaline Membrane Disease
Lack of respiratory function or lack of proper oxygen and carbon dioxide exchange best describes: Respiratory Failure
Which of the following is the most common type of bacterial pneumonia? Pneumococcal Pneumonia
Loss of elasticity of the bronchial walls as a result of bacterial infection may result in: Bronchiectasis
Pulmonary fibrosis resulting from occupationally inhaled dusts is characteristic of: Pneumoconiosis
An accumulation of pus in the pleural cavity is known as: Empyema
The most common etiologic factor in the development of bronchogenic carcinoma is: Cigarette Smoking
Created by: RT2017