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pathology final questions

T/F: ARDS can be termed “Shock lung”? False
Name the 4 types of COPD emphysema, asthma, bronchiectasis, chronic bronchitis
“barrel chest” in indicative of: emphysema
Name the 3 common sites of pulmonary tumor metastases thyroid, colon and breast
Most common cause of lung abcess aspiration
T/F: atelectasis may occur as a result of pneumothorax true
T/F: pneumothorax may occur as a result of trauma, pathology or spontaneously. true
T/F: a bronchial adenoma is the most common primary malignant lung neoplasm false
A “dirty chest” describes: chronic bronchitis
Most common work related lung disease silicosis
T/F: respiratory synctial virus usually attacks the upper respiratory tract? false
Most common pathologic process involving the lungs of hospitalized patients is: pulmonary embolism
Which pathology is indicated by an “air-bronchogram” sign? alveolar pneumonia
Most common cause of epiglottitis haemophilius influenza
Additive or destructive: pneumothorax destructive
Additive or destructive: atelectasis additive
Additive or destructive: emphysema destructive
Additive or destructive: ARDS additive
Additive or destructive: bronchogenic carcinoma additive
Additive or destructive: pleural effusion additive
Additive or destructive: empyema additive
Additive or destructive: pneumoconiosis additive
Created by: annaluz87