Order ID 53563633773 Type Essay Writer Level Masters Style APA Sources/References 4 Perfect Number of Pages to Order 5-10 Pages
1. Zane, a 26-year-old male, came upon a car accident and immediately started to help the victims, who were pinned in their car. There was blood all over the scene and Zane acted without having any personal protective equipment. While helping the victims, he cut his arms in several places on the sharp metal and shards of glass. A few weeks later, he developed flu-like symptoms that persisted for several days. He went to his clinic and tested negative for influenza. Because of his recent exposure, Zane’s doctor was suspicious of blood borne pathogens. Which of the following disorders are blood-borne diseases?
HIV infection Hepatitis A Cirrhosis Leukemia
1. Lab tests confirm the presence of HIV antibodies in Zane’s blood. Briefly describe why there are antibodies present.
QUESTION 31 points
1. Briefly define “autoimmunity” and “immunodeficiency” in your own words. Which of these conditions is Zane more likely to develop?
QUESTION 41 points
1. During the primary HIV infection, which of the following cells decreases in number?
T-cells B-cells Natural killer cells Phagocytes
1. Which of the following statements is true?
HIV typically causes AIDs within the first year of exposure. AIDs is caused by depletion of B-cells. The cause of death for a patient with AIDS is usually an opportunistic infection. HIV is treated with antibiotics.
1. HIV is a retrovirus. Briefly describe how a retrovirus is different from other viruses.
QUESTION 71 points
1. Zane is worried about passing the virus to his friends and family. Which of the following bodily fluids can transmit HIV? (Select all that apply.)
Blood Tears Feces Sputum Sweat Semen
1. Which of the following is NOT a symptom of acute HIV infection?
Fever Large, tender lymph nodes Throat inflammation Numbness
1. The initial symptoms of HIV infection are followed by clinical latency. Which of the following statements is true?
Clinical latency is a symptomatic period of infection. The clinical latency period usually lasts less than a year. Clinical latency is the second stage of HIV infection and can last anywhere from 3 to 20 years. Patients usually become overweight or obese during clinical latency.
1. Zane is told that he may develop AIDS in his lifetime. Which signs and symptoms would indicate that he has AIDS?
Encephalitis, tumors, tuberculosis, retinitis, T-cell count below 200 cells/uL Migraines, respiratory disorders, T-cell count over 200 cells/uL Esophagitis, tumors, diarrhea, B-cell count under 200 cells/uL Liver spots, abnormal moles, chronic headaches, B-cell count over 200 cells/uL
1. Justine, a 39-year-old female, has recently been diagnosed with lymphoma. She has a family history of several cancers, but not lymphoma. Her personal medical history includes mononucleosis, asthma, and two full-term pregnancies and vaginal births. Before her diagnosis, she had been feeling “generally sick” and felt several lumps on her neck and armpits. She had a fever that wouldn’t go away and had been waking up sweaty in the middle of the night. Microscopy showed the presence of Reed-Sternberg cells. Based on the information given, which of the type of lymphoma does Justine have?
Non-Hodgkin lymphoma Hodgkin lymphoma Lymphocytic lymphoma Burkitt’s lymphoma
1. Reed Sternberg cells are derived from which type of normal cell?
T-cells B-lymphocytes Macrophages Natural killer cells
1. Which of Justine’s symptoms signify the presence of lymphadenopathy?
QUESTION 141 points
1. Aside from the symptoms noted in Justine’s case, list and briefly describe 3 other symptoms of lymphoma.
QUESTION 151 points
1. Lymphoma is definitively diagnosed by which of the following procedures?
Physical exam Lymph node biopsy X-ray White blood cell count
1. Which of the following is true of Justine’s treatment?
Because her lymphoma is localized, she will likely be treated with radiotherapy alone. Palliative care is Justine’s only option. Alternative and complementary medicine has been shown to be highly effective for patients with Justine’s type of lymphoma. Stem cell transplantation is the most common first-line therapy for patients with Justine’s type of lymphoma.
1. Which of the following is true of Justine’s diagnosis?
It is caused by a genetic mutation of a lymphocyte. It is easily treatable and she has a great prognosis. It causes her lymphocytes to shrink. It causes her body to launch an autoimmune attack against its own lymphocytes.
1. Which part of Justine’s case study is considered a risk factor for her diagnosis?
Her age Her gender/sex Past Epstein-Barr infection History of asthma
1. Chemotherapy is a very general term for using medications to treat cancers. Briefly describe how chemotherapy would help Justine.
QUESTION 201 points
1. How would a bone marrow transplant help treat Justine’s condition?
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