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After pulmonary circulation and the exchange of gases, oxygenated blood returns to the heart via the:
An abnormal anterior curvature of the lumbar spine is:
Which of the following is a term for a stiff muscle?
The combining form brachi/o means:
The thick muscular layer of the heart is the:
The combining form referring to a swollen, twisted vein is:
The circulatory distribution of blood throughout the body is called:
Positional and directional terms of reference are based on the body being in a/an:
The term for heart muscle tissue is:
Which of the following provide(s) a protective covering for internal organs and also produce(s) body heat?
The combining form for lower back is:
A heart rate faster than 100 beats per minute is called:
To which part of a long bone does diaphysis refer to?
The term that means toward the head is:
Which of the following carries blood from the heart to the arterioles?
The correct order of cardio conduction is:
SA node to AV node to bundle of His to left and right bundle branches to Purkinje fibers
The term that means increase in the size of a muscle:
A combining form for chest is:
Essential hypertension is also known as:
Which type of imaging is used in a bone scan?
The term that means joint pain:
The combining form for neck is:
Bones of the vertebrae and face are:
This term refers to a buildup of fatty substances within the walls of arteries:
An abnormal growth around a valve composed of scar tissue and blood clots is called a/an:
The combining form for joint is:
Turning the palm upward or forward is called:
Dactyl/o is a combining form meaning:
Rhabd/o refers to:
Which of the following is another term for mitral valve?
A gristlelike substance found on bone within a joint is:
The combining form meaning fatty paste is:
Which of the following conditions does not cause a reduction in blood flow?
All of the following mean vessel except:
The term that means away from the origin of a structure is:
Movement away from the body is:
The specific term referring to binding or fusing of joint surfaces is:
A drug that relieves fever is called a/an:
The term for a pain in a limb caused by inadequate blood supply is:
Fusiform aneurysm describes a/an:
Spindle shaped bulge on a vessel
Which type of arthritis is the most crippling, especially affecting the hands and feet?
The term that means skeletal muscle tumor is:
Vessels that carry blood to the heart from the venules are called:
Which of the below procedures would NOT be performed in a Cath lab?
The term that means prolonged, continuous muscle contraction is:
Which of the following is a congenital anomaly of the heart?
Coarctation of the aorta
The term used to describe a loss of blood flow to tissue caused by constriction or occlusion of a blood vessel is:
Which side of the heart handles deoxygenated blood?
Which of the following is the correct order of blood circulation through the heart beginning with deoxygenated blood and the superior vena cava?
Right atrium to right ventricle to lungs to left atrium to left ventricle to aorta
The joining of two blood vessels to allow flow from one to the other is:
Which of the following is/are essential for blood clotting?
Crackles are also known as:
Which of the following prevents food from entering the airway?
The exchange of gases within the body is called:
Pneumocystis pneumonia is often seen in people with:
Which structure filters air as it enters the respiratory tract?
Pharyng/o is the combining form for the:
What term means specialized lymph vessels in the small intestine that absorb fat into the bloodstream?
Hodgkin's disease is an example of:
Which of the following conditions is characterized by the failure of bone marrow to produce red blood cells?
All of the following are part of the pharynx except:
All of the following are lung sounds except:
The normal adult PLT is:
150,000 - 450,000
Eosinophil is named for what color of stain of its granules?
Which of the following is a granular leukocyte that fights infection by phagocytosis?
The trachea splits into the right and left:
Which of the following takes lymph from the tissues to the vessels?
Blood is responsible for all of the following except:
carrying fats away from digestive organs
Red cell morphology involves the study of what aspect of red blood cells?
The protein iron compound that has the bonding capabilities for the transport of oxygen and carbon dioxide is:
The term for nosebleed is:
What is the term for the membranes enclosing the lung and lining the thoracic cavity?
Which of the following are described as hairlike?
The obstructive pulmonary disease caused by spasm of the bronchial tubes with attacks of wheezing, dyspnea, and cough is:
Venipuncture is also called:
White blood cells
The term describing solid material within the air spaces of the lungs as noted on an x-ray is:
Dysphonia is a condition of:
Granulocytes and agranulocytes are:
White blood cells
Alveolar pertains to:
Oropharynx refers to the throat and what other organ?
How many lung lobes are there?
Immun/o is a combining form meaning:
The thin-walled microscopic air sacs that exchange gases are called:
The systemic disease caused by infection of microorganisms and their toxins in the circulating blood is called:
Accumulation of air and blood in the pleural cavity is:
A substance produced by the body that destroys an antigen that has entered the body is a/an:
PaO2 refers to measuring:
Oxygen in the blood
Polymorphonuclear leukocyte is an example of a/an:
What type of imaging technology is involved in a lung scan?
The doctor who specializes in the study and treatment of the lung is called a/an:
Another term for pharyngeal tonsil is:
Which system maintains the internal fluid environment by acting as an intermediary between the blood in the capillaries and tissue cells?
The prefix in hypoxia means:
The study of blood is:
All of the following are leukocytes except:
Red blood cells
A bleeding disorder caused by a defect in clotting factors necessary for the coagulation of blood:
Thrombocytes are also known as:
An increase of immature erythrocytes in the blood is called:
A subcutaneous injection is:
under the skin
The ability of the lungs and heart to take in and transport adequate amounts of oxygen to the working muscles, allowing activities that involve large muscle masses to be performed over long periods of time is called:
Which suffix describes something small?
Muscle action in which a force external to the muscle overcomes the muscle force and the ends of the muscle are drawn further apart is called:
T/F- Anaerobic power is the maximal rate at which individuals can consume oxygen during the performance of all-out, exhaustive exercise, "best" index of cardiorespiratory fitness.
A unit of work or energy equal to the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of one kilogram of water degree C is called:
The prefix in depolarization means:
T/F- Power is the maximal force or torque a muscle or muscle group can generate at a specific or determined velocity.
All of the following are solid or semisolid forms of medication except:
T/F- Sliding Filament Theory is a proposed mechanism for muscle action where shortening and elongation are the result of actin protein filaments sliding inward and outward over myosin protein filaments.
The prefix in diaphysis means:
The absorption of a drug through unbroken skin is called:
Necrosis refers to a condition of:
Which term is spelled correctly?
T/F- Oxygen deficit is the amount of oxygen consumed during recovery from exercise, above that ordinarily consumed at rest in the same period.
The term used to describe an increase in severity of a disease with aggravation of symptoms is called:
Which of the following prefixes does not show time?
T/F- The respiratory exchange ratio (R) is the ratio of the amount of carbon dioxide produced by the body to the amount of oxygen consumed (VCO2/VO2)
The suffix in polycythemia means:
Which of the following medical terms is operative (surgical)?
When a condition is "marked", it is:
Dysphagia refers to a condition of:
Difficulty eating or swallowing
Mumps, measles, and chickenpox are examples of:
Commonly used classification for muscle fibers that display characteristics of fast twitch, medium fatigue, and combined oxidative and glycolytic metabolism are called:
Type IIA Muscle Fibers
What does the suffix in eumorphism mean?
The manufacturer's name for a drug is called the:
The prefix in antitoxic means:
The abbreviation "prn" means:
Which of the following is NOT the final hospital document that is recorded at the time of discharge?
A process or measure that prevents disease is a/an:
A much-used indication of the size of an individual in relationship to his or her height; ration of weight/height squared using units of kilograms and meters is called:
Body Mass Index (BMI)
Which of the following combining forms refers to the nose?
both nas/o and rhin/o
Under which SOAP category would you find a blood pressure reading?
In documenting a SOAP progress note, the "S" include:
The things the patient describes
Suprarenal refers to what area of the kidney?
T/F- A MET (Metabolic Equivalent) is the amount of oxygen required per minute under resting, sitting conditions. It is approximately 3.5 mL of oxygen consumed per kilogram of body weight per minute.
An individual alpha motor nerve and all the muscle fibers it innervates is called a:
Force expressed through a displacement but with no limitation on time (SI unit: joule) is called:
The term describing removal of half the stomach is:
The plural of macula is called:
All of the following are diagnostic suffixes except:
In charting a patient's progress using SOAP format, the "O" includes:
What unit measures volume?
The term for protein building is called:
How many ounces are in a pound?
In documenting a SOAP progress note, the "S" includes:
the things the patient describes
describe evidence of illness
QOD is an abbreviation meaning:
every other day
The intensity of work load or oxygen consumption at which anaerobic metabolism is accelerated is called:
The difference between the resting heart rate and the maximal heart rate is called:
Heart Rate Reserve
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