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Bryan O.
Tulane University Grad for Anatomy and Biology Tutoring
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Health and Medicine
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Question:

A patient goes to his annual checkup and is surprised to know that his blood sugar level is greatly increased. He says to the doctor that he never had a problem with his glucose level in the past. Is the diabetes likely Type 1 or Type II?

Bryan O.
Answer:

Type II. Because the diabetes is developed later in his life, it is most likely non-insulin dependent Type II diabetes. Type I is genetic and is found when you are a kid.

Biology
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Question:

A biology student is trying to Gram-stain and notices that after adding safranin, all of the cells turn purple. Is the cell most likely gram-positive or gram-negative?

Bryan O.
Answer:

Gram-Positive. In gram-positive cells, they have a thick cell wall which absorbs the safranin causing it to turn purple. Gram-negative cells will not turn purple because they are protected by an outside cell membrane.

Anatomy
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Question:

Bob was on his way to work when he was struck by another car at an intersection. When the paramedics got there, they saw that he had a laceration at in the Occipital region of his skull. What special sense will be most likely damaged?

Bryan O.
Answer:

A) Vision Explanation: The main area of vision in the cerebral cortex is in the occipital lobe

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