Q- Which one of the following structures provides the majority of noradrenergic innervation to the cerebral cortex?
A- Caudate nucleus
B- Locus coeruleus
C- Raphe nucleus
D- Substantia nigra
Q- Which of the following physiological changes is expected in a person comping on a mountain at an altitude of 4500 meters?
A- Decreased 2,3-diphosphoglycerate
B- Decreased erythropoietin production
C- Decreased arterial Pco2
D- Increased renal excretion of H ion
Q- A woman, tested genetically for glucose-6-phasphate dehydrogenase deficiency, is found to have only one defective X chromosome. She is married to a man with normal X chromosome. She is pregnant with a female fetus.
Which of the following is most likely expected in her baby girl?
A-The baby has 100% chance to clinically have the disease
B-The baby has 50% chance to clinically have the disease
C- The baby has no chance to be a carrier
D- The baby has 50% chance to be a carrier