These are the answers which Im sure about:
8. C. Post cerebral artery,left homonymous hemianopia with macular sparing is the clue.(I have never heard of PARTIAL macular sparing and I think they mean the same because its hemianopia so only half of the visual field is lost and half of the macula is spared)
9. C. Male Gender ( among all the risk factors,this is number1)
10. C. N glycosidic bond (sugar to nitrogen)
And now the answers which Im guessing:
6.A. Lack of control of case complexity(pt cholestrol data is very speicifc thing and if it was related to CABG or the mortality,I think this should have been the topic of research ;since the patients are dying so there is no need for follow up or recuperation;and they havent told us the numbr of ppl,only percentages are given so unequal sample size doesnt seem to me an issue)
7.C. Injury to mucociliary escalator...this is the only thing that is going well with 60 pack yrs of smoking...though Im very doubtful about his diagnosis I mean fever, muscle pain with unproductive cough is going with viral or may be chronic bronchitis but then lobar pneumonia?!
*Inactivation of muramyl dipeptide...its a penicillin
*Induction of acidification of endosomes in alveolar macrophages...its to kill to the organism,not to cause the symptoms
*Suppression of cough reflex...he wouldnt be coughing at all then,and I never heard of cough suppresssion in a smoker.
*Stimulation of lgM to lgA switching....this shud be the protective mechanism not the cause of symptoms!
Correct me where Im wrong...and GL!