See? It's never enough. Like this question. Again, a supposedly "easy" one though only 28% got it right.
I correctly identified the disease - chronic bronchitis. And I narrowed it down to two answer choices. Then I made an educated guess that chronic bronchitis would probably have similarities with asthma. Asthma involves eosinophils so I chose B. WRONG. Apparently, chronic bronchitis is not similar to asthma from a pathological point of view. The correct answer is C. Cram another thing into my already bursting at the seams memory tank. And so I close my eyes and say it out loud. "Chronic bronchitis differs from asthma in that the infiltrate are mostly CD8+ lymphocytes, NOT eosinophils like in asthma."