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  1. Test questions and tasks
    For questions 81–119, select one most correct answer. 81. The basis for the diagnosis of chronic gastritis is: A. Complex clinical data. B. X-ray examination. B. Histological examination of the biopsy of the mucous membrane. G. Study of the secretory function of the stomach. D. Endoscopic examination. 82. Complete normalization of the state of the gastric mucosa in chronic hepatitis C
  2. Test questions and tasks
    Choose one, the most correct answer to questions 37–76. 37. Rheumatic fever (rheumatism) is a systemic inflammatory disease of the connective tissue, which is characterized by all of the following symptoms, except one: A. Infection with hemolytic streptococcus group B. B. Primary damage to the joints and cardiovascular system. B. Direct action
  3. Test questions and tasks
    Choose one, the most correct answer to questions 1-30. 1. In a seriously ill patient 50 years old with a high body temperature, expectorant purulent-bloody sputum, several thin-walled cavities with a liquid level were revealed on the X-ray of the lungs on the right. Blood leukocytosis 18 109 / l with a shift of the leukocyte formula to the left. You should think about: A. Caseous pneumonia. B. Mycoplasma pneumonia.
  4. Test questions and tasks
    For questions 205–222, choose one most correct answer. 205. The following factors are involved in the pathogenesis of rheumatoid arthritis: A. The formation of rheumatoid factor. B. The formation of immune complexes. B. The development of inflammation of the synovial membrane on an immune basis. G. Genetic predisposition. D. All options are correct. 206. With rheumatoid arthritis in the clinical picture, the most
  5. Test questions and tasks
    For questions 139–176, select one most correct answer. 139. The following factors are the cornerstone of the pathogenesis of acute leukemia: A. Radiation. B. Chemical. B. Chromosomal damage. G. The formation of a pathological clone. D. All of the above is true. 140. The decisive laboratory symptom in the diagnosis of acute leukemia is: A. Anemia. B. Leukopenia. B. Thrombocytopenia. G. Blastemia. D.
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    For questions 177–188, select one most correct answer. 177. With nodular periarteritis, the following symptoms are observed, with the exception of: A. Segmental or focal vascular lesions. B. Involvement in the process of small and medium vessels. B. Eosinophilia. G. One and the same stage of the pathological process in all affected vessels. D. Damage to vessels supplying the wall of large vessels.
  7. Test questions and tasks
    For questions 124–138, choose one most correct answer. 124 Acute diffuse glomerulonephritis most often develops as a result of the Section: A. Staphylococcal. B. Viral. B. Streptococcal. G. Intestinal and kidneys D. - Other gram-positive bacteria. P 125 The following factors take part in the pathogenesis of glomerulonephritis: Immune inflammation. B. Deposition of antigen complexes -
  8. Test questions and tasks
    For questions 189–204, select one most correct answer. 189. Systemic lupus erythematosus usually occurs in: A. Older women. B. Young people. B. Women of childbearing age. G. The elderly. D. Children. 190. In young women, nephritis can most often be a manifestation of: A. Dermatomyositis. B. Systemic lupus erythematosus. B. Systemic scleroderma. G. Thrombocytopenic purpura.
  9. Control questions
    1. What are the goals of the sanitary and epidemiological survey of EPP? 2. What documents should be followed during the sanitary examination of EPP? 3. What are the main issues to be studied during a sanitary examination of a catering facility? 4. What is the main scheme for EPP health screening? 5. How is the sanitary-epidemiological condition evaluated?
  10. Test questions on the topic
    Topic 1. Introduction Lesson 1. Answer the questions: - How did people living in primitive times receive knowledge about the properties of plants? ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ - What are the essential elements
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