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31. (p. 79) Which statement describes a benign tumor? A.

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31. (p. 79) Which statement describes a benign tumor?

A. Benign tumors do not spread to other areas of the body.

B. Benign tumors are cancerous.

C. Benign tumors spread to other areas of the body.

D. Benign tumors do not cause tissue or organ damage.

32. (p. 79) What are oncogenes?

A. Genes that code for uncontrolled production of cellular growth factors.

B. Environmental factors that affect DNA.

C. Blood vessel growth.

D. Noncancerous growths.

33. (p. 79) Which tumor originates in epithelial tissue?

A. Carcinoma

B. Sarcoma

C. Leukemia

D. Lymphoma

34. (p. 79) Which tumor originates in connective tissue?

A. Carcinoma

B. Sarcoma

C. Leukemia

D. Lymphoma

35. (p. 79) Which tumor originates in blood forming tissues in the red bone marrow?

A. Carcinoma

B. Sarcoma

C. Leukemia

D. Lymphoma

36. (p. 79) In what tissue would a carcinoma originate?

A. Lymphoid

B. Epithelial

C. Connective

D. Bone marrow

37. (p. 79) In what tissue would a sarcoma originate?

A. Lymphoid

B. Epithelial

C. Connective

D. Bone marrow

38. (p. 79) In what tissue would lymphoma originate?

A. Lymphoid

B. Epithelial

C. Connective

D. Bone marrow

39. (p. 79) In what tissue would leukemia originate?

A. Lymphoid

B. Epithelial

C. Connective

D. Red bone marrow

40. (p. 80) Which statement correctly describes hypersensitivity?

A. Hypersensitivity can range from mild to severe.

B. Hypersensitivity involves an overreaction of the immune system to an allergen.

C. Severe hypersensitivity may cause anaphylaxis.

D. All of these statements correctly describe hypersensitivity.

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