6 Written questions
6 Multiple choice questions
- Ability to cause cancer
- A private or hospital-based laboratory that performs a wide variety of tests, many of them specialized; physicians often send specimens collected in the office to referral laboratories for testing.
- the study of cells using microscopic methods.
- chemicals added to the blood after collections to prevent clotting
- a direction that an action is to be taken quickly (from the Latin meaning "at once"); an order found on a laboratory requisition indicating that the test must be done immediately.
- A term used to describe a blood sample in which the red blood cells have ruptured.
6 True/False questions
teratogenic → Ability to cause cancer
cerebrospinal fluid → fluid within the subarachnoid space, the central canal of the spinal cord, and the four ventricles of the brain.
pipets → Cylindric glass or plastic tubes used to deliver fluids.
specimen → a sample of body fluid, waste product, or tissue that is collected for analysis.
caustic → capable of burning, corroding, or damaging tissue by chemical action.
preservatives → the ability of the eye to distinguish two objectives that are very close together; the sharpness of an image.