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More college ISQs Part I

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These are ISQs from Spring 2003 that I don't think I've seen answered on the site (although forgive me if they are elsewhere!)

Anyway, lets have a go!

1. Heterozygous autosomal dominance can lead to variable penetrance.

2. The effect of the environment is greater on homozygous female twins than homozygous male twins when adopted.

3. SPET I123 is used to detect 5HT2 receptors.

4. Insulin release by the pancreas reduces tyrosine.

5. Sympathetic nerve damage causes hyperaesthesia.

6. In HIV, multiculeated cells are found in the brain.

7. NMDA activation causes neurotxitiy.

8. Left heart failure causes apnoea and insomnia.

9. Recurrent UTIs in pregnancy lead to cognitive impairment.

10. SSRIs cause 10% of dementia cases to improve.

11. In early onset dementia, progressive agnosia indicates Alzheimers rather than vascular dementia.

12. First born sons are more prone to alcohol dependence.

13. Acamprosate is validated for use in lacohol abuse in

older people.

14. The onset of Wernicke's Encephalopathy can be chronic.

15. In treating dependence, the action stages follows contemplation.

16. Of IV heroin users, 50% die at 10 years.

17. Disulfiram use is an example of negative reinforcement.

18. Offences after drinking are reduced by policed regularly visiting public houses by midnight.

19. The biological rather than the adopted parents of an adopted schizophrenic have more affective illness/depression.

20. There is a 5% chance of bipolar homozygous twins developing schizophrenia.

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