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Vein: Quiz


Question 1:
How do you write Vein in latin?
venae intercapitulares manus
venae vesicales
venae interlobulares renis

Question 2: Deep vein thrombosis is a condition where a blood clot forms in a deep vein, which can lead to ________ and chronic venous insufficiency.
ChylothoraxPulmonary hypertensionPneumoniaPulmonary embolism

Question 3: Most veins have one-way flaps called venous valves that prevent blood from flowing back and pooling in the lower extremities due to the effects of ________.
Equivalence principleIntroduction to general relativityGeneral relativityGravitation

Question 4: ________ can be caused by failure of the skeletal-muscular pump.
Syncope (medicine)Vasovagal episodePersistent vegetative stateICD-10 Chapter XVIII: Symptoms, signs and abnormal clinical and laboratory findings

Question 5: Treatment can include radiofrequency ablation, vein stripping, ambulatory phlebectomy, foam sclerotherapy, ________, or compression.
HeliumLaserX-rayLaser applications

Question 6: Veins generally function to return deoxygenated blood to the ________, and are essentially tubes that collapse when their lumens are not filled with blood.
Lymphatic systemHeartTorsoCirculatory system

Question 7: Venous insufficiency is the most common disorder of the venous system, and is usually manifested as spider veins or ________.
Deep vein thrombosisAtherosclerosisVaricose veinsVasculitis

Question 8: Incompetence of this vein is an important cause of ________ of lower limbs.
Deep vein thrombosisAtherosclerosisVaricose veinsVasculitis

Question 9: Postphlebitic syndrome is venous insufficiency that develops following ________.
Cerebral venous sinus thrombosisDeep vein thrombosisBudd-Chiari syndromePulmonary embolism

Question 10: The precise location of veins is much more variable from person to person than that of ________.
ArteryBlood vesselArterial treeSystemic circulation


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