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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Ringworm
  2. Rickets
  3. Dislocation
  4. Lyme Disease
  5. Basal Cell Carcinoma
  1. a Tumors that arise from the epidermis (basal layer) and rarely spread
  2. b Also known as a luxation; an injury that occurs when a bone is displaced from a joint in the body (usually resulting in the tearing of various ligaments/tendons that are associated with the joint)
  3. c Fungal infection in which the rash forms a circular shape on the skin
  4. d Nutritional disorder that results in a deficiency of Vitamin D
  5. e Bacterial infection carried by deer ticks that causes a bull's-eye shaped rash, joint inflammation, and can lead to neurological conditions (Bell's Palsy)

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Irregular (lateral) curvature of the spinal column
  2. Genetic disorder that affects the development of bone/osseous tissue, resulting in "brittle bone" disease
  3. Condition that develops as a result of sodium urate crystals that accumulate in the blood; usually common in the foot/big toe
  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. Rare genetic mutation where soft tissues of the body (ligaments, tendons, muscles) begin to form bone, eventually prohibiting movement in the joints of the body

5 True/False questions

  1. OsteoarthritisBone disorder, usually associated with aging, that causes the body's bones to begin thinning and easily fracture


  2. 2nd Degree BurnExtensive injury to the skin in which the epidermis, dermis and part/all of the hypodermis, as well the accessory organs of the skin, are severely damaged


  3. DiabetesNutritional disorder that results in a deficiency of Vitamin D


  4. AnemiaDisorder that involves a low iron count in the bloodstream, which leads to difficulty in transporting oxygen


  5. CraniosynostosisIrregular (lateral) curvature of the spinal column