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Mlt Hepatic

Hepatic function

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Breakdown production of bilirubin metabolism that is produced in the colon from the oxidation of urobilinogen by microorganisms is urobilin
a neoplasm that blocks the exocrine and endocrine functions of the pancreas is somatostatinoma
alcoholic liver disease that follows six month to a year of moderate consumption, few lab abnormalities, and is reversible with abstinence from alcohol is termed alcoholic fatty liver
an autosomal recessive disorder of iron metabolism, which is characterized by excessive iron absorption and accumulation in various tissues in the body is termed hereditary hemochromatosis
bile formed in the liver is stored in the gall bladder
in obstructive liver disease the following test results are found feces: urobilinogen decreased| urine: bilirubin positive| serum: conjugated bilirubin increased
in the Jendrassik-Grof bilirubin, what converts purple azobilirubin to blue azobilirubin measured at 6--nm? alkaline tartrate
Kernicterus is the abnormal accumulation of bilirubin in brain tissue
Laboratory evidence of which protein is diagnostic of cystic fibrosis cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator protein
Large orange-red droplets seen on direct microscopic examination of stools mixed with Sudan III represent neutral fats
Peptic ulcer disease (PUD) is associated with Helicobacter pylori and consumption of cocaine
The cells that make up 70% of the liver's mass are hepatocytes
the consumption of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) such as aspirin can lead to which of the following helicobacter pylori disease
The first serological marker of Hepatitis B is HBsAg
The following disease is a recessive disorder of copper metabolism, which results in the accumulation of copper in the liver Wilson's disease
The gold standard for evaluating pancreatic exocrine function is secretin/cholecystokinin
The marker for colorectal and pancreatic carcinoma is CA 19-9
The most common cause of chronic pancreatitis is chronic alcohol abuse
the reagent in the Jendrassik-Grof bilirubin procedure that makes indirect bilirubin rater-soluble is caffeine
the term Delta-bilirubin refers to bilirubin tightly bound to albumin
The two most significant sources of error in accurate ammonia determinations sample handling ammonia contamination in the laboratory
Transmural inflammation is associated with Crohn's disease
Viral hepatitis that results in the larges percentage of chronic hepatitis is Hepatitis C
What is the most common cause of unconjugated hyperbilirubinemia Neonatal physiologic jaundice
Which disorder is related to mucus accumulation, recurrent infection with unusual pathogens, and increased inflammation in the lungs cystic fibrosis
which enzyme serves as the activator for the remaining pancreatic enzymes trypsin
which is a characteristic of unconjugated bilirubin it is not water-soluble
What are the y types of clinical laboratory tests that are useful for diagnosing peptic ulcer disease (PUD) Serum measurement of IgA, IgG, and cytotoxin-associated gene A (CagA)
What is a condition that occurs in patients with Zollinger-Ellison syndrome gastric hypersecretion
what is a primary physiological role of secretin stimulate the pancreas to secrete an increased volume of juice with high bicarbonate content
Which of the following laboratory analytes is tested for a patient with suspected lactose intolerance glucose
which of the following represents two primary functions of the GI tract assimilation of nutrients and elimination of waste
which of the following test results are correct for a patient with Zollinger-Ellison elevated serum gastrin, increase in basal gastric acid output
which of the following would be classified as prehepatic jaundice congestive heart failure
Which of the statements regarding bilirubin metabolism is true it is produced from the destruction of RBCs
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