5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- What does radiation uses?
- What are three major groups of disorders?
- What are benign tumors?
- What is death?
- What does metatasize mean?
- a when a cancer cell separates from the parent tumor and travels to other parts of the body
- b cells stop functioning normally and grow a structure different than the tissue it originated from. The abnormal growth is called a tumor. Benign tumors are walled off from the rest of the body
- c Inherited Disorders
- d brain activity is the leading indicator of life - if an organisms brain is functioning it is considered alive - clinically dead if no electric activity in the brain
- e Xrays- radioactive isotopes to destroy cancer cells that are localized
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- carcinogenic chemicals
- Benign tumors and Cancer
- initiation and promotion
- -a deficiency disease that results from improper nourishment such as a lack of vitamins
-Chemical poisoning or radiation sickness due to exposure to environment.
-other disorders such as gallstones, kidney stones, nervous disorders only partially understood,
- Same as for bacteria but the cancer cells are what the doctors aim to get rid of.
5 True/False Questions
What do we call a tumor whose growth is extremely rapid and chaotic? → Malignant or Cancer
What are some things that are different about cancer cells? → they have large nuclei that carries more DNA than a normal cell. bizarre appearance and abnormal numbers of chromosomes.
What are some of the theories of why we age? → Inherited Disorders
Do benign tumors cause adverse effects on the body? → yes they do they can obstruct organs from working properly or cutt off blood supply and need to be surgically removed
What are the three primary methods of treating cancer? → surgery, radiation, chemotherapy