Multiple Choice Questions on Organ Transplantation:
1. Transplantation between genetically different members of the same species is termed as:
2. What is the transplantation of graft between genetically different individuals?
3. Transfer of individual own tissue to other parts of the body is termed as:
4. _______refers to tissue transplanted between genetically identical twins.
5. What is used in organ transplantation?
A. Tissues include bones, tendons
B. Corneal, skin, heart valves,
C. nerves and veins.
D. All of these
6. Transplanting other people’s organs into the patient’s body is not easy to survive. From the concept of immunity, the transplanted organ is equivalent to______
7. Which of the following has the maximum transplantation success rate_______
B. Brain Nerves
D. Heart Valves
8. How can organ transplant rejection prevent?
A. Immunosuppressant drugs.
D. T Cell
9. During organ transplantation, the substances that can be recognized by the body’s immune system are________
B. complexes of carbohydrates and proteins
C. deoxyribonucleic acid
10. Immunological rejection is mediated by recipients:
D. Plasma cells
11. Which of the following hormones is used in transplantation surgery to suppress immunity, and thus, chances of organ rejection by the recipient’s body are decreased?
D. Steroid hormone
12. Transplantation of which one of the following organs is most often associated with hyperacute rejection?
13. In allogeneic organ transplantation, the organ must be placed in a “special fluid” immediately after being stripped. The analysis of the composition and function of this “special fluid” is correct_______
A. Contains red blood cells that provide oxygen to isolated organs
B. There are immune cells that clear antigens
C. In the presence of sodium chloride, cell morphology is maintained
D. various hydrolases provide biocatalysts for cells
14. The doctor transplanted a healthy kidney to a patient with renal failure. Although the doctor’s operation was successful, after a few weeks, the transplanted kidney was still necrotic. This is caused by the body’s immune response. In this immune response, the transplanted kidney belongs to: