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Partial layer of heart is cover all heart? T/F
Visceral layer of heart is cover all heart ? T/F
Which one is tissue lymphoma?
Which one has 4 defects?
- Tetra fallo
- ductus aorta
- Coartion aorta
Which one is destruction of RBC of anemia?
Which one depression of bone marrow anemia?
- aplasia anemia
- pernicious anemia
which one is classic hemophilia?
- Hemophilia A
- Hemophilia B
Which defect of new born with connection between aorta and pulmonary artery?
which one is blood clot in vessel?
A malignant neoplasm of the blood vessels, associated with AIDS, characterized by lesions appearing initially as tiny red to purple macules and evolving into sizable modules or plaques is known as:
an abnormal proliferation of RBCs, granulocytes, and thrombocytes leading to an increase in blood volume and viscosity (thickness) is known as:
a diagnostic analysis for pernicious anemia is the:
an inflammatory disease, usually occurring in children ages 5 to 15, that may developed reaction to an insufficiently treated Group A beta-hemolytic streptococcal infection of the upper respiratory tract is known as:
mitral valve prolapses is also known as
an arterial condition is which there is thickening, hardening, and loss of elasticity of the walls of arteries, resulting in decreased blood supply, especially to the lower extremities and cerebrum is known as
a term given to hypertension that is severe and rapidly progressive, characterized by a diastolic pressure high than 120 mmHg, severe headaches, confusion, and blurred vision is
a small, portable monitoring device that makes prolonged electrocardiography recordings on a portable tape recorder is known as
cramp-like pains in the calves of the legs caused by poor circulation to the muscles of the legs, commonly associated with atherosclerosis, are known as
a form of arteriosclerosis (hardening of the arteries) characterized by fatty deposits building up within the inner layers of the walls of larger arteries is known as
the prefix dis- means
free of, to undo
infracellular describes something within a cell
what is the wood root plus a special vowel called
combing vowels aim the pronunciation of medical terms
hemostasis is the stopping or controlling of the flow of blood
colostomy is an incision into the colon
the suffix -osis means disease
the suffix -rrhexis means rupture
a medical scientist who studies tissues is known as a cytotechnician
which suffix means surgical puncture?
a blood condition may end with which suffix?
which suffix identifies surgical fixation?
what might be the medical term for "blood nose"?
when a suffix begins with a vowel, the word root attaches directly tot he prefix
which body cavity is not part of the dorsal cavity?
diaphoresis is the secretion of the sweat
Kyphosis an abnormal curvature of the spine is commonly called swayback
Scoliosis is a lateral curvature of the spine.
tinea pedis is also known as "jock itch"
select the term that best identifies a crack-like groove in the skin or mucous membrane
select the term that best describes any visible damage to the tissues of the skin
what is a localized pyogenic infection that originates deep in a hair follicle called?
what is removed or damaged or necrotic tissue from a wound to promote healing called?
which term describes small, pinpoint hemorrphages of the skin?
What is the use of sandpaper and brushes to remove the epidermis and portions of the dermis called?
select the term that best describes removal of a portion of the spinal vertebra
select the medical term for "clubfoot"
what are concave, indented areas, or openings in bones called
which term best describe a hole that serves as a passageway for blood vessels or nerves?
atrophy and shortening of muscle fibers results in flaccid paralysis
kinesiology is the medical term for the study of nerve impulse activity
gliocytes are small phagocytic neuroglia cells
sympathetic nerves regulate involuntary body functions such as increasing the heart and raising blood pressure
the parasympathetic nerves nerves regulate involuntary body functions such as slowing the heart rate and relaxing sphincters
what is the generic term for a pathological condition characterized by joint immobility
what is partial or incomplete joint dislocation known as
what is abnormal muscle tone or tension called?
select the term that identifies a cystic tumor that develops on a tendon
which term best describes the surgical puncture of a joint to remove fluid?
select the term that best describes cancer on striated muscle
what is degenerative deterioration of the nerves in the brain stem, primarily the motor area, called
which type of seizure is located with an "aura"?
what is a positive sign of meningitis?
What keeps harmful substances away from the brain?
b. spinal cord
c. blood-brain barrier
what is the inability to perform coordinated movement called
A bruise of brain tissue describes what cerebral condition?
what is another term for trigeminal neuralgia
what is a chronic progressive neuromuscular disorder that causes severe skeletal muscle weakness
which term best describes the loss of mental ability to understand sensory stimuli
What is the stiff neck associated with meningitis called?
what is partial paralysis of one side of the body called
what is the inability to communicate through speech called
select the term that best describe the inability to express thoughts in writing
what is a highly malignant tumor of the sympathetic nervous known as
what is an abnormal sensation of tingling or prickling called
what is the decreased blood flow, associated with a stroke, known as
what is an inflammation of the brain or spinal cord
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