UNIOSUN 300Level Physiology MCQs Past Questions And Answers

The Osun State University, Osogbo Physiology MCQs Past Questions And Answers. 

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UNIOSUN 300LEVEL PHYSIOLOGY MCQs Past Questions And Answers [Downloadable PDFs]

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1. During isometric ventricular contraction
A. The entry and exit valves of the ventricle are closed.
B. Pressure in the aorta rises.
C. Pressure in the atria falls.
D. Left coronary blood flow falls.
E. The rate of rise in pressure is greater in the right than in the left ventricle.
REVISION NOTES
A. True – Hence no blood leaves the ventricles.
B. False – Pressure in the aorta falls as run-off of blood to the tissues continues.
C. False – It rises as ventricular pressure causes the AV valves to bulge into the atria.
D. True – The blood vessels are squeezed by the contracting myocardium.
E. False – The greater force of contraction in the left ventricle gives a greater rate of rise of pressure.

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2. Possible consequences of hypothyroidism include having
A. A subnormal body core temperature
B. A tendency to fall asleep frequently
C. Increased body hair (hirsuitism)
D. Moist hands and feet
E. Prominent eyeballs
REVISION NOTES
A. True – Due to the lowered metabolic rate
B. True – Due to the slowing of mental processes
C. False – Hair loss is characteristic of hypothyroidism
D. False – Decreased sweating is found in hypothyroidism
E. False – Prominent eyeballs are characteristic of the exophthalmos of hyperthyroidism

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3. If the hematocrit is 40, then the volume occupied by the:
(a) Red blood cells is 60% of the total blood volume
(b) White blood cells is 40% of the total blood volume
(c) Red blood cells is 40% of the total blood volume
(d) Plasma and other cellular elements is 40% of the total blood volume
(e) More than one of these
Ans. C
REVISION NOTES
• Hematocrit or packed cell volume (Hct/PCV) is the volume occupied by red cells after blood is centrifuged at a high speed.
• Therefore, a hematocrit of 40% indicates that red blood cells is 40% of the total blood volume

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