Clinical Laboratory Hematology 3rd Edition by McKenzie – Test Bank


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Clinical Laboratory Hematology 3rd Edition by McKenzie – Test Bank

Chapter 1: Introduction

Multiple-Choice Questions

Level I

  1. Which two populations account for the greatest difference in reference intervals?
    1. Adults and 12-year-olds
    2. Newborns and 12-year-olds
    3. Newborns and adults
    4. Whites and blacks

Correct answer:  C

(Objective 1)

  1. What component of plasma assists in the transport of bilirubin?
    1. Enzymes
    2. Hydrogen
    3. Calcium
    4. Albumin

Correct answer:  D

(Objective 3)

  1. When bilirubin is increased above the reference range, what disease process should be suspected if liver disease is ruled out?
    1. Increased osmotic pressure
    2. Hormone imbalance
    3. Decreased albumin
    4. Increased metabolism of hemoglobin

Correct answer:  D

(Objective 3, 4)

  1. Which of the following can explain a decrease in the number of circulating erythrocytes?
    1. Blood loss
    2. Infection
    3. Dehydration
    4. Neutropenia

Correct answer:  A

(Objective 4)

  1. Platelets and coagulation proteins are circulating components responsible for what process?
    1. Hemolysis
    2. Hemostasis
    3. Normal cell production
    4. Immune defense

Correct answer:  B

(Objective 2)


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