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5 Matching questions

  1. Herniated Disc
  2. Osteogenesis Imperfecta
  3. Ringworm
  4. Scolosis
  5. Lactose Intolerance
  1. a Inability for a person to digest the sugar lactose; usually associated with difficulty eating/digesting milk-based food products
  2. b Injury that occurs when an invertebral disc of the spinal column moves out of place, pinching a never and causing pain, numbness & tingling, or possibly loss of function
  3. c Fungal infection in which the rash forms a circular shape on the skin
  4. d Irregular (lateral) curvature of the spinal column
  5. e Genetic disorder that affects the development of bone/osseous tissue, resulting in "brittle bone" disease

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Precursor condition to osteoporosis; it consists of a lower than normal bone density, but not quite low enough to be classified as osteoporosis
  2. Slight injury to the epidermis (usually sunburn) associated with redness of the skin
  3. Injury of the skin that includes both the epidermis and part/all of the dermis; usually associated with blistering
  4. Digestive system disorder that includes acute pain in the RIGHT iliac region, as often accompanied by fever, naseau, and other infection-type symptoms
  5. Cancer of the (squamous cells) of the epidermis, usually on sun-exposed portions of the body

5 True/False questions

  1. Celiac's DiseaseBacterial infection carried by deer ticks that causes a bull's-eye shaped rash, joint inflammation, and can lead to neurological conditions (Bell's Palsy)


  2. GoutCondition that develops as a result of sodium urate crystals that accumulate in the blood; usually common in the foot/big toe


  3. ImpetigoSkin disorder in which the melanocytes are no longer functional, and can no longer produce pigment.


  4. Bedsores (Decubitis)Condition caused by the constant deficienty of blood to tissues over a bony projection that has been subjected to prolonged pressure (such as a bed, cast, or splint)


  5. Cleft PalateCondition that occurs when the bones of the maxilla do not fuse properly during fetal development, leading to facial defomities of the upper lip region


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