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5 Matching questions

  1. What are benign tumors?
  2. What is death?
  3. What other factors are important in considering if someone is dead?
  4. What are some of the theories of why we age?
  5. What are injuries?
  1. a 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
  2. b heartbeat and breathing
  3. c 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
  4. d physical damage to the body- temporary or permanent
  5. e -attributed to waste accumulation in the cells - lipofuscin
    -aging programmed into body genetically
    -aging and the length of telomeres the ends of chromosomes

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. the science of aging
  2. Xrays- radioactive isotopes to destroy cancer cells that are localized
  3. carcinogenic chemicals
  4. Same as for bacteria but the cancer cells are what the doctors aim to get rid of.
  5. any affliction not caused by a pathogen

5 True/False questions

  1. What are organic disorders?-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,


  2. What are the three primary methods of treating cancer?carcinogenic chemicals


  3. What is the leading treatment for cancer?surgery - important to get tumor before metastisis


  4. 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


  5. What are the two steps of cancer developmentinitiation and promotion