5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- 500 ad
- 500 bc
- a In the year ____ (BC/AD), Aristotle establishes an early scientific mindset and is the founder of comparative anatomy.
- b Around ____ (BC/AD), Alexander first described the pump-like function of the heart.
- c In the early 1900's, Swiss physician Dr. Emil Theodor ____ earned a Nobel Laureate for his research of the anatomy, physiology and pathology of the thyroid.
- d In 500 B.C., ____ established an early "scientific" mindset; founder of comparative anatomy.
- e Considered the first great anatomist, ____ of Pergamon labored under the "biology made to serve theology" model. This controlled thought remained unchallenged for 1,500 years.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- American physician Dr. Harvey ____ is widely known as the father of neurosurgery. His work with meningiomas incredibly reduced the mortality rate from 96% to 5%.
- English scientist Edward ____ gained his fame from having created the vaccination for smallpox.
- The pump-like function of the heart was described by ____ around 500 A.D.
- At the time of Christs' birth, ____ began to describe the signs of inflammation.
- Around the year ____ (BC/AD), Louis Pasteur was developing a deeper understanding of the causes and prevention of diseases while Sir Joseph Lister was perfecting the antiseptic surgery technique.
5 True/False Questions
1800 ad → Around ____ (BC/AD), Ambroise Pare was gaining notoriety as one of the greatest surgeons of his time while Andreas Vesalius was becoming known as the father of modern anatomy.
pare → Considered the first great anatomist, ____ of Pergamon labored under the "biology made to serve theology" model. This controlled thought remained unchallenged for 1,500 years.
cooley → Dr. Denton ____, best known for performing the first U.S. heart transplant and the first total artificial heart implant in the world, also perfected the heart-lung machine.
lister → British baron and surgeon Sir Joseph ____ pioneered the technique of antiseptic surgery by using carbolic acid (or phenol) to sterilize surgical instruments and clean wounds.
debakey → Ambroise ____, considered one of the greatest surgeons of the 16th century, began to ligate arteries after amputation. Additionally, he stopped cauterizing wounds with hot irons and oil, instead using a solution of egg yolk, oil of roses and turpentine.