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a

Gastrectomy:

A) Gastric resection
B) Intestinal incision
C) Tumor of the stomach
D) Incision of the stomach
E) Resection of the intestine

e

Osteitis:
A) Incision of a bone
B) Removal of bone
C) Incision of a joint
D) Inflammation of a joint
E) Inflammation of a bone

e

Cystoscopy:
A) Study of cells
B) Visual examination of cells
C) Removal of a sac of fluid
D) Removal of the urinary bladder
E) Visual examination of the urinary badder

b

Hepatoma:
A) Incision of the kidney
B) Tumor of the liver
C) Blood mass
D) Inflammation of the liver
E) Red blood cells

d

Which of the following is not an
endocrine gland?
A) Thyroid gland
B) Adrenal gland
C) Ovary
D) Mammary gland
E) Pituitary gland

a

Iatrogenic:
A) Pertaining to produced by treatment
B) Produced by the mind
C) Cancer producing
D) Pertaining to producing a tumor

a

Electroencephalogram:
A) Record of electricity in the brain
B) Record of electricity in the heart
C) X-ray of the brain
D) Record of sound waves in the brain
E) X-ray of the heart and brain

d

Diagnosis: ο
A) Is made after prognosis
B) Is a guess as to the patient's condition
C) Is a prediction of the course of treatment
D) Is made on the basis of complete knowledge about the patient's condition
E) Is a treatment of the patient

c

Cancerous tumor:
A) Hematoma
B) Adenoma
C) Carcinoma
D) Carcinogenic
E) Neurotomy

c

Microscopic examination of
living tissue:
A) Incision
B) Pathology
C) Biopsy
D) Autopsy
E) Resection

a

pertaining to the brain: ο
A) Cerebral
B) Cephalic
C) Renal
D) Cardiac
E) Neural

e

12. Removal of gland
B) Gastric
C) Hepatic resection
D) Nephric section
E) Adenectomy

a

Decrease in numbers of red blood
cells:
A) Anemia
B) Erythrocytosis
C) Thrombocytosis
D) Leukemia
E) Leukoctosis

e

Pain in a joint: ο
A) Ostealgia
B) Arthritis
C) Osteoarthritis
D) Arthroalgia
E) Arthralgia

b

Increase in numbers of malignant
white blood cells:
A) Leukocytosis
B) Leukemia
C) Erythremia
D) Thrombocytosis
E) Erythrocytosis

d

Instrument to view the eye: ο
A) Ophthalmoscopy
B) Opthalmoscope
C) Ophthalmology
D) Ophthalmoscope
E) Opthalmoscopy

d

A platelet
A) Hematoma
B) Thrombosis
C) Leukocyte
D) Erythrocyte

b

Abnormal condition of the mind: ο
A) Physchosis
B) Psychosis
C) Psychogenic
D) Encephalopathy
E) Adenoma

e

Inflammation of the nose: ο
A) Arthrosis
B) Hepatitis
C) Nephritis
D) Dermatosis
E) Rhinitis

b

Study of cells: ο
A) Pathology
B) Cytology
C) Cystology
D) Dermatology
E) Urology

c

Pertaining to through the liver: ο
A) Subrenal
B) Transdermal
C) Transhepatic
D) Subhepatic
E) Hepatoma

e

Abnormal condition of the kidney: ο
A) Neurological
B) Neuralgia
C) Nephrotomy
D) Neural
E) Nephrosis

d

Incision of a bone: ο
A) Sarcoma
B) Pathogenic
C) Osteotomy
D) Ostectomy
E) Endoscopy

d

High levels of sugar in the blood: ο
A) Hematoma
B) Hypodermic
C) Hypoglycemia
D) Hyperglycemia
E) Hypogastric

d

The process by which food is
burned to release energy: ο
A) Nuclear energy
B) Anabolism
C) Phagocytosis
D) Catabolism
E) Protein synthesis

c

Part of the cell where formation of proteins
occurs: ο
A) Genes
B) Chromosomes
C) Endoplasmic reticulum
D) Cartilage
E) Cell membrane

b

Sum of the chemical processes in a
cell: ο
A) Anabolism
B) Metabolism
C) Protein synthesis
D) Catabolism
E) A and E

e

Picture of nuclear structures arranged in
numerical order: ο
A) Biopsy
B) X-ray
C) Electroencephalogram
D) Sonogram
E) Karyotype

c

Part of a cell where catabolism primarily
occurs: ο
A) Cell membrane
B) Nucleus
C) Mitochondria
D) Genes
E) Endoplasmic reticulum

b

Allows materials to pass into and out of the
cell:
A) Cytoplasm
B) Cell membrane
C) Chromosomes
D) Mitochondria
E) Nucleus

d

Genes are composed of: ο
A) Chromosomes
B) Ribosomes
C) Hemoglobin
D) Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA)
E) Mitochondria

b

Muscular wall separating the abdominal and thoracic
cavities: ο
A) Mediastinum
B) Diaphragm
C) Pleura
D) Pericardium
E) Peritoneum

d

The space in the chest between the lungs is
called the: ο
A) Peritoneum
B) Esophagus
C) Pleural cavity
D) Mediastinum
E) Retroperitoneal space

c

Adipose means pertaining to : ο
A) Cartilage
B) Bone
C) Fat
D) Skin
E) Nervous tissue

e

Throat: ο
A) Trachea
B) Coccyz
C) Larynz
D) Esophagus
E) Pharynx

c

Sarcoma: ο
A) Part of the backbone
B) Flesh tumor, benign
C) Malignant tumor of flesh tissue
D) Mass of blood
E) Skin tumor of epithelial cells

a

Craniotomy: ο
A) Incision of the skull
B) Pertaining to the skull
C) Pertaining to the brain
D) Incision of the chest
E) Pertaining to the head

c

A histologist studies: ο
A) Drugs
B) X-rays
C) Tissues
D) The backbone
E) The spinal cord

a

An epithelial cell is a(an): ο
A) Skin cell
B) Nerve cell
C) Fat cell
D) Organ
E) Muscle cell

d

The pleural cavity is the : ο
A) Space within the abdomen
B) Space within the backbone
C) Space surrounding the hip
D) Space between the membranes around the lungs
E) Space within the skull

b

Viscera: ο
A) Cells in the blood
B) Internal organs
C) Parts of cells
D) Cavities of the body
E) Tissues composed of cartilage

a

The pituitary gland is in which
body cavity? ο
A) Cranial
B) Spinal
C) Pelvic
D) Abdominal
E) Thoracic

d

Structure in the trachea: ο
A) Bronchial tube
B) Pharynx
C) Esophagus
D) Larynx
E) Tongue

d

The tailbone is the: ο
A) Sacrum
B) Cervix
C) Ilium
D) Coccyx
E) Cranium

a

Supine means: ο
A) Lying on the back
B) Conducting toward a structure
C) In front of the body
D) Lying on the belly
E) Pertaining to the side

e

The upper lateral regions of the abdomen, beneath the ribs, are the: ο
A) Hypogastric region
B) Inguinal regions
C) Lumbar regions
D) Umbilical regions
E) Hypochondriac regions

a

The RUQ contains the : ο
A) Liver
B) Appendix
C) Lung
D) Spleen
E) Heart

d

Pertaining to a plane that divides the body into right
and left portions: ο
A) Coronal
B) Transverse
C) Frontal
D) Sagittal

b

A disc is: ο
A) Part of the hip bone
B) A piece of cartilage between backbones
C) A piece of bony tissue connecting the joints in the back
D) An abnormal structure in the back
E) A pad of fatty tissue between backbones

e

Amniocentesis: ο
A) Incision of the abdomen
B) Paracentesis
C) Surgical puncture to remove fluid from the abdomen
D) Puncture of the chest region
E) Surgical puncture to remove fluid from the sac around the embryo

e

Inflammation of lymph tissue in the throat: ο
A) Bronchitis
B) Laryngitis
C) Pharyngeal
D) Tonsilitis
E) Tonsillitis

b

Prolapse: ο
A) -pathy
B) -ptosis
C) -trophy
D) -plasty
E) -plasm

c

Blood is held back from an area: ο
A) Thrombocyte
B) Anemia
C) Ischemia
D) Hematoma
E) Hemolysis

e

Death: ο
A) Neur/o
B) Nephr/o
C) Neutr/o
D) Nucle/o
E) Necr/o

b

Acromegaly: ο
A) Exocrine disorder of bone enlargement
B) Enlargement of extremities after puberty due to pituitary gland problem
C) Abnormal growth of bones before puberty
D) Endocrine gland problem in young children
E) Fear of extremities (heights)

c

Pain in the ear: ο
A) Pleurodynia
B) Otitis
C) Otalgia
D) Osteitis
E) Neuralgia

a

Continuing over a long period of time: ο
A) Chronic
B) Acute
C) Chromic
D) Relapse
E) Remission

b

9. Small artery is a (an): ο
A) Capillary
B) Arteriole
C) Venule
D) Lymph vessel
E) Blood vessel leading from the heart

a

Instrument to visually examine: ο
A) -scope
B) -scopy
C) -opsy
D) -stasis
E) -tomy

e

Hernia of the urinary bladder: ο
A) Rectocele
B) Inguinal hernia
C) Hiatal hernia
D) Rectalgia
E) Cystocele

b

Tumor of bone marrow: ο
A) Myosarcoma
B) Malignant myeloma
C) Oteeogenic sarcoma
D) Adenocarcinoma
E) Metastasis

d

X-ray record of the spinal cord: ο
A) Electroencephalgram
B) Bone scan
C) Myogram
D) Myelogram
E) Electromyogram

e

Berry-shaped bacteria: ο
A) Staphyl/o
B) Pneum/o
C) -cele
D) Strept/o
E) -cocci

b

Neutrophil: ο
A) Lymphocyte
B) Polymorphonuclear leukocyte
C) Monocyte
D) Agranulocyte
E) Platelet

d

Instrument to record: ο
A) -gram
B) -scopy
C) -scope
D) -graph
E) -graphy

d

Resembling: ο
A) -osis
B) -eal
C) lith/o
D) -oid
E) -ic

b

An eosinophil is a (an): ο
A) Erythrocyte
B) Leukocyte
C) Agranulocyte
D) Platelet
E) Lymphocyte

d

Removal of the voice box: ο
A) Larnygectomy
B) Pharyngotomy
C) Pharynostomy
D) Laryngectomy

d

Angioplasty means: ο
A) Pertaining to fat
B) Fear of extremities
C) Therapy with chemicals
D) Surgical Puncture of a blood vessel
E) Surgical repair of blood vessel

c

blood cell that produces antibodies: ο
A) Erythrocyte
B) Platelet
C) Lymphocyte
D) Monocyte
E) Basophil

b

Opposite of -malacia is: ο
A) -megaly
B) -sclerosis
C) -emia
D) -plasia
E) -lysis

e

23. Excessive development: ο
A) Hypoplasia
B) Dystrophy
C) Achondroplasia
D) Morphology
E) Hypertrophy

a

Treatment: ο
A) -therapy
B) -tomy
C) -ectomy
D) -osis
E) -stasis

a

Surgical creation of a permanent opening to the outside
of the body:
A) -stomy
B) -tomy
C) -ectomy

b

Pertaining to the opposite side: ο
A) Bilateral
B) Contralateral
C) Unilateral
D) Contraindication
E) Ipsilateral

e

Protrusion of an eyeball: ο
A) Cystocele
B) Inguinal hernia
C) Exopthalmia
D) Ectopic
E) Exophthalmos

d

A congential anomaly: ο
A) Cerebral ischemia
B) Pseudocyesis
C) Hemiglossectomy
D) Syndactyly
E) Acromegaly

a

Symbiosis: ο
A) Parasitism
B) Symmetrical organs
C) Biopsy
D) Group of symptoms
E) Neonatal

d

Symptoms precede an illness: ο
A) Apnea
B) Syndrome
C) Euphoria
D) Prodome
E) Prognosis

e

Before meals: ο
A) Prenatal
B) Anti cibum
C) Postpartum
D) Antenatal
E) Ante cibum

b

Antibodies: ο
A) Bacteria
B) Protein substances made by leukocytes
C) Phagocytes
D) Produced by erythrocytes to fight disease
E) Antibodies

d

Symphysis: ο
A) Bifurcation
B) Symptoms occur tighter
C) Living organisms grow together for mutual benefit.
D) Bones grow together, as in the pelvis
E) Synthesis of substances

c

Ultrasonography: ο
A) X-ray recording of sound waves
B) Amniocentesis
C) Sound waves and echoes are used to create an image
D) Radioactive material is injected and sound waves are recorded
E) Abdominal x-ray recording

d

Metamorphosis: ο
A) Paralysis of limbs
B) Spread of a cancerous growth
C) Precancerous
D) Change in shape of form
E) After death

c

12.Hypertrophy: ο
A) Underdeveloped
B) Poor development
C) Increase in cell size

e

Excessive sugar in the blood: ο
A) Hypodermic
B) Hypoglycemia
C) Glycosuria
D) Hematuria
E) Hyperglycemia

c

Retroperitoneal: ο
A) Region of the stomach
B) Within the chest
C) Behind the abdomen
D) Within the abdomen
E) Below the pelvis

a

Antigens: ο
A) Streptococci
B) Antibiotics
C) Antitoxins
D) Produced by antibodies
E) Penicillins

b

Return of disease symptoms: ο
A) Prolapse
B) Relapse
C) Syndrome
D) Prodrome
E) Remission

c

Dia-: ο
A) Flow
B) Down, lack of
C) Complete, through
D) Against
E) Near

e

Abductor muscle: ο
A) Bending forward
B) Located proximally
C) Pertains to both sides
D) Carries a limb toward the body
E) Carries a limb away from the body

b

Dyspnea: ο
A) Abnormal formation
B) Difficult breathing
C) Not able to sleep
D) Condition of lack of water
E) Not able to breathe

d

Brady-: ο
A) Fast
B) Bad
C) Short
D) Slow
E) Large

b

Located on the dorsal side of an endocrine gland
in the neck: ο
A) Pituitary gland
B) Parathyroid glands
C) Adrenal glands
D) Esophagus
E) Trachea

e

Recombinant DNA: ο
A) Pregnancy that is out of place
B) Artificial kidney machine
C) Backward development
D) Antibodies are made against normal tissue
E) Gene from one organism is inserted into another organism

e

Tachycardia: ο
A) Bad, painful swallowing
B) Inability to swallow
C) Near the windpipe
D) Rapid breathing
E) Rapid heartbeat

a

Epithelium: ο
A) Surface cells that line internal organs and are found in the skin
B) Membrane surrounding bone
C) Connective tissue that binds muscles to bones
D) Adipose tissue
E) Above the stomach

c

25. Percutaneous: ο
A) Within a vein

B) Through a vein
C) Through the skin
D) Surrounding cartilage
E) Surrounding a bone

d

Study of the interaction of drugs and subcellular
entities such as enzymes and DNA is called: ο
A) Medicinal chemistry
B) Pharmacodynamics
C) Chemotheraphy
D) Molecular pharmacology
E) Pharmacokinetics

b

Finding proper antidotes to the harmful effects of
drugs is part of the specialty of: ο
A) Molecular pharmacology
B) Toxicology
C) Medicinal chemisty
D) Pharmacodynamics
E) Pharmacokinetics

b

Which of the following is a drug generic name? ο
A) Omnipen
B) Ampicillin
C) Aminopenicillanic acid
D) Polycillin
E) Principen

e

Which agency holds the legal responsibility for deciding
whether a drug may be distributed and sold? ο
A) PDR
B) United States Pharmacopeia
C) National Institutes of Health
D) Hospital Formulary
E) FDA

d

The combination of two drugs can cause an effect that is
greater than the sum of the individual effects of each: ο
A) Iatrogenic
B) Additive action
C) Tolerance
D) Synergism
E) Idiosyncrasy

b

6. Suppositories are inserted:
B) Rectal administration
C) Inhalation
D) Topical
E) Oral

e

Drugs are swallowed and absorbed through the intestinal
tract: ο
A) Parenteral administration
B) Rectal administration
C) Inhalation
D) Topical
E) Oral

a

Drugs are injected through a syringe into a muscle, vein,
or body cavity: ο
A) Parenteral administration
B) Rectal administration
C) Inhalation
D) Topical
E) Oral

c

Aerosols are administered in this way: ο
A) Parenteral administration
B) Rectal administration
C) Inhalation
D) Topical
E) Oral

d

Drugs are applied on the skin: ο
A) Parenternal administration
B) Rectal administration
C) Inhalation
D) Topical
E) Oral

a

What is anaphylaxis? ο
A) A type of hypersensitivity reaction
B) Factors in the patient's condition that make the use of a drug dangerous
C) A condition produced by the treatment
D) Toxic effects that routinely result form the use of a drug
E) An antipruritic and antiseptic drug

d

Drugs that block release of a substance that causes
allergic reactions are called: ο
A) Anticoagulants
B) Antidiabetics
C) Anticonvulsants
D) Anthistamines
E) Anesthetics

c

Morphine: ο
A) Endocrine
B) Cardiovascular
C) Analgesic
D) Stimulant
E) Anticoagulant

b

Beta- Blocker: ο
A) Endocrine drug
B) Cardiovascular drug
C) Analgesic drug
D) Stimulant drug
E) Anticoagulant drug

e

Heparin: ο
A) Endocrine drug
B) Cardiovascular drug
C) Analgesic drug
D) Stimulant drug
E) Anticoagulant drug

a

Estrogen: ο
A) Endocrine drug
B) Cardiovascular drug
C) Analgesic drug
D) Stimulant drug
E) Anticoagulant drug

d

Amphetamine and caffeine: ο
A) Endocrine drug
B) Cardiovascular drug
C) Analgesic drug
D) Stimulant drug

a

What is the effect of a diuretic? ο
A) Lowers blood pressure by promoting fluid excretion from the kidney.
B) Widens blood vessels
C) Stops blood clotting
D) Lowers cholesterol
E) Increases blood pressure by holding water in the body

d

Penicillin is an example of which
type of drug? ο
A) Antihistamine
B) Analgesic
C) Antiemetic
D) Antibiotic
E) Hypnotic

b

20. A drug that works against fever is: ο
A) Antipruritic
B) Antipyretic
C) Anesthetic
D) Anticoagulant
E) Hypnotic

d

Drugs that control anxiety and sever disturbances
of behavior: ο
A) Sedatives
B) Anticonvulsants
C) Analgesics
D) Tranquilizers
E) Anesthetics

a

Drugs that relax without necessarily producing sleep: ο
A) Sedatives
B) Anticonvulsants
C) Analgesics
D) Tranquilizers
E) Anesthetics

c

Drugs used to relieve pain induce sleep, and suppress cough: ο
A) Sedatives
B) Anticonvulsants
C) Analgesics
D) Tranquilizers
E) Anesthetics

b

Drugs used to treat epilepsy: ο
A) Sedatives
B) Anticonvulsants
C) Analgesics
D) Tranquilizers
E) Anesthetics

100

1 meter= ________ centimeters

(F-32)*5/9

C=____________

(C*9/5) + 32

F=____________

1000

1 kilometer = ________ meters

1,760

1 mile = __________ yards

2000

1 ton = ______pounds

8

1 cup = ___ ounces

2

1 pint =____ cups

2

1 quart = ___ pints

15

5 yards = ______feet

2.5

40 ounces = __________pounds

5

20 quarts = _________gallons

64

2 quarts = _______ounces

1.5

3 pints = ______quarts

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