Flushing (physiology): Quiz

Question 1: ________ (for example, caused by allergic reaction or infection)
InflammationMeningitisLeukocyte extravasationVasculitis

Question 2: High doses of ________ (vitamin B3)
NiacinNicotinyl alcoholVitamin CAtorvastatin

Question 3: Emotions: ________, embarrassment (for this reason it is also called ERYTHEMA PUDORIS, from Latin "redness of embarrassment")

Question 4: The sex flush typically disappears soon after ________ occurs, but this may take up to two hours or so, and sometimes, intense sweating will occur simultaneously.
MasturbationSexual intercourseEjaculationOrgasm

Question 5: The sex flush tends to occur more often under warmer conditions and may not appear at all under cooler ________.
LightningWater vaporTemperatureThermodynamic temperature

Question 6: Commonly referred to as the sex flush, vasocongestion (increased ________ flow) of the skin can occur during all four phases of the human sexual response cycle.
Blood plasmaBloodPlateletRed blood cell

Question 7: Vasocongestion is also responsible for the darkening of the ________ and the walls of the vagina during sexual arousal.
PenisFemale ejaculationClitoral erectionClitoris

Question 8: ________, especially orgasm, (see section to follow)
ClitorisPenisMasturbationSexual arousal

Question 9: ________, especially emphysema (also known as "pink puffer")
PneumoniaAsthmaBronchiectasisChronic obstructive pulmonary disease

Question 10: During the female sex flush, pinkish spots develop under the breasts, then spread to the ________, torso, face, hands, soles of the feet, and possibly over the entire body.
PenisBreastRectumFemale ejaculation

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