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5 Multiple choice questions

  1. There is an ability to produce adequate amounts of insulin , but cells are resistant to the insulin. The cells do not allow insulin to bring adequate amounts of blood sugar into the cell
  2. any various types of malignant neoplasm , most of which invade surrounding tissues , may spread to several sites , and are likely to recur after attempted removal
  3. the precursor to osteoporosis and is indicated by lowered bone mass
  4. metabolic disorder in which the body's ability to produce insulin or to utilize glucose is altered
  5. condition where the ability to expand the lungs is decreased

5 True/False questions

  1. Type I DiabetesImpairs normal glucose management . Blood sugar is not optimally delivered to the cells resulting in hyperglycemia ( high levels of blood sugar ) . To control this , Type I diabetics must inject insulin to compensate for what they cannot produce

          

  2. Osteoarthritisdegeneration of cartilage in joints

          

  3. Hypertensionblood pressure of 140/90 or greater

          

  4. Rheumatoid arthritisdegenerative joint disease in which the body's immune system mistakenly attacks its own tissues

          

  5. Osteoporosisthe precursor to osteoporosis and is indicated by lowered bone mass