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USMLE-Type Examination Questions - Turbulence & Rheology:


248.  Force pushing imaginary layers of fluid
	(A)	shear rate
	(B)	shear stress
	(C)	kinetic energy
	(D)	gravity
	(E)	potential energy


249.  Ratio of erythrocyte volume to whole blood volume
	(A)	red blood cell count
	(B)	sedimentation rate
	(C)	clotting time
	(D)	PRU
	(E)	hematocrit


250.  Phenomenon whereby viscosity declines in tubes smaller than approximately 1 mm.
	(A)	Fahraeus effect
	(B)	Fahraeus-Lindqvist effect
	(C)	Bohr effect
	(D)	Fitzgerald contraction
	(E)	Law of LaPlace
	

251.  Phenomenon whereby hematocrit declines in small blood vessels.
	(A)	Fahraeus effect
	(B)	Fahraeus-Lindqvist effect
	(C)	Bohr effect
	(D)	Fitzgerald contraction
	(E)	Law of LaPlace



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