Matching Quiz for Organ Donation 1. Allocation A. The transparent outer coat of the eyeball that covers the iris and can be transplanted. 2. Brain death B. 3. Cadaveric donors Transplantation of an organism’s own cells or tissues. C. 4. Cornea The system of ensuring that organs and tissues are distributed fairly to patients who are in need. 5. Donation D. 6. End-stage organ disease The process of retrieving organs and/or tissue from a donor. E. 7. Immunosuppressive Drugs A disease that leads to failure of an organ (i.e., emphysema – lungs, cardiomyopathy – heart). F. Chemical agents that cause the human body not to produce antibodies that fight off foreign material in the body. 8. Living donors 9. Procurement G. The act of giving one’s organs or tissue to someone else. 10. Transplant centers H. 11. Transplantation Persons who donate a kidney or part of a lung or liver while they are still alive. I. 12. Allogeneic (allograft) Occurs when a person’s brain activity stops permanently. J. 13. Autologous The transfer of cells, tissues, or organs from one area of the body to another, or from one organism to another. 14. Xenogeneic (xenograft) K. Transplantation between members of different species. L. Transplantation between genetically different members of the same specifies. M. Non-living donors (have been declared brain dead). N. Hospitals or medical centers that perform organ and/or tissue transplants. 15. Give an example of an Organ Procurement Organization here in North Carolina. What are the four things they are responsible for? 16. List 5 organs (not tissues, bone or bone marrow) that can be donated.