Answer to Question #4516 in Other Biology for Kendra

Question #4516
1. The combining form that means "movement" - 2. The combining form that means "muscle" is - 3. The combining form that means "joint" is 4. The combining form that means "stiff joint" is 5. The combining form that means "bone marrow" is 6. The combining form that means "child" or "foot" is 7. A suffix that means "movement: is 8. A suffix that means "weakness" is 9. A prefix that means "towards" is 10. A medical term that means "muscle weakness" is 11. A medical term that means "slow movement" is 12. A medical term that means "lack of tone" is 13. A medical term that means "fusion of a joint" is 14. A medical term that means "process of viewing inside a joint" is 15. A medical term that means "bone and cartilage tumor" is 16. Cardiac muscle is an example of voluntary muscle. A) True B) False 17. Any artificial body part is called a prosthesis. A) True B) False 18. Another name for bone is osseous tissue. A) True B) False 19. Lordosis is commonly called humpback. A) True B) False 20. Talipes is commonly called clubfoot. A) True B) False 21. Systemic lupus erythematosus causes joint pain and arthritis. A) True B) False 22. A sudden, involuntary, strong muscle contraction is called an adhesion. A) True B) False 23. There are 12 lumbar vertebrae. A) True B) False 24. Plantar flexion is pointing the toes. A) True B) False 25. Simple fracture is the same thing as a closed fracture. A) True B) False 26. The fibrous connective tissue that wraps muscle is A) tendons B) fascia C) adipose D) ligaments 27. Which motion occurs at the thumb? A) opposition B) circumduction C) rotation D) eversion 28. Which of the following bones is NOT part of the appendicular skeleton? A) humerus B) sternum C) femur D) clavicle 29. An abnormal lateral curvature of the spine is called A) lordosis B) kyphosis C) scoliosis D) exostosis 30. Which surgical procedure relieves pressure on a compressed spinal nerve? A) bunionectomy B) osteotomy C) laminectomy D) arthroplasty 31. The tibia is commonly referred to as the A) hip bone B) shin bone C) ankle bones D) knee cap 32. The noise produced by bones or cartilage rubbing together is called A) callus B) crepitation C) orthotic D) fracture 33. Which type of fracture occurs because the bone is diseased or weakened? A) spiral fracture B) pathological fracture C) oblique fracture D) stress fracture 34. Which of the following diagnostic procedures is used to detect osteoporosis? A) bone scan B) myelography C) dual-energy absorptiometry D) arthrography 35. Muscle wasting is the common term for A) spasm B) atrophy C) dystonia D) adhesion 36. Which of the following terms is misspelled? A) femoral B) mandibuler C) humeral D) clavicular 37. Which of the following terms is misspelled? A) thoracic B) coccygeal C) metacarpel D) maxillary 38. Which term means an increase in muscle bulk? A) hypertrophy B) myomegaly C) hyperkinesia D) atrophy 39. Applying a pulling force on a fracture in order to restore normal alignment is called A) arthroplasty B) fusion C) fixation D) traction 40. Which diagnostic image uses a radioactive dye to produce an image? A) absorptiometry B) myelography C) arthroscopy D) bone scan Assignment #5 1. The combining form that means "vein" is 2. The combining form that means "artery" is 3. The combining form that means "pulse" is 4. A suffix that means " "instrument to measure pressure" is 5. A medical term that means "involuntary contraction of a vessel" is 6. A medical term that means "pertaining to an atrium" is 7. A medical term that means "state of fast heart" is 8. A medical term that means "pertaining to atrium and ventricle" is 9. A medical term that means "pertaining to a vein" is 10. A medical term that means "study of the heart" is 11. The abbreviation PDA stands for a congenital anomoly in which there is a connection between the aorta and pulmonary artery. A) True B) False 12. A thrombolytic medication dissolves clots. A) True B) False 13. CPR is a combination of chest compressions and artificial respiration. A) True B) False 14. Hemorrhoids occur in the anal veins. A) True B) False 15. A thrombus is a blood clot forming within a blood vessel. A) True B) False 16. A sphygmomanometer is used for auscultation. A) True B) False 17. An infarct is an abnormal heart sound. A) True B) False 18. A bruit is a term used interchangeably with the word murmur. A) True B) False 19. Diastole is the contraction phase of the heart. A) True B) False 20. The endocardium is the outer layer of the heart. A) True B) False 21. Which of the following organs is NOT part of the circulatory system? A) vein B) artery C) spleen D) capillary 22. The mitral valve is also called the _________ valve. A) pulmonary B) tricuspid C) bicuspid D) aortic 23. Which of the following is also called the pacemaker of the heart? A) atrioventricular node B) atrioventricular bundle C) sinoatrial node D) Purkinje fibers 24. The diffusion of oxygen and nutrients from the blood into the body tissues occurs in the A) capillary bed B) lungs C) aorta D) heart 25. Which of the following statements regarding blood pressure is NOT true? A) It is the measurement of the force exerted by the blood against the wall of a blood vessel. B) The diastolic pressure is the lowest point. C) Blood pressure is highest when the heart is relaxed. D) Blood pressure is affected by the diameter of the blood vessels. 26. Which term means a yellow fatty deposit of lipids in an artery? A) bruit B) stent C) plaque D) perfusion 27. Which term is misspelled? A) bradycardia B) angioplasty C) valvolitis D) arteriorrhexis 28. Which term is misspelled? A) infraction B) hemorrhoid C) coarctation D) fibrillation 29. What is the name of the steel tube placed within a blood vessel? A) plaque B) stent C) cardioverter D) bruit 30. Which condition is the severe chest pain associated with myocardial infarction? A) coronary artery disease B) myocardial infarction C) congestive heart failure D) angina pectoris 31. Match the following terms. A. cardiotonic B. defibrillation C. embolus D. hypertension E. cardiac arrest F. ischemia G. catheter H. pulmonary artery I. bicuspid valve J. aorta increases force of heart contraction restores normal heartbeat a floating blood clot high blood pressure stopping of heart activity loss of blood supply thin flexible tube placed in the body carries blood away from the right ventricle also called mitral carries blood away from the left ventricle Assignment #6 1. Which of the following pairs is mismatched? A) cross infection - infection acquired directly from another person B) nosocomial infection - acquired outside the hospital C) self-inoculation - infection spreads from one part of a person's body to another area D) reinfection - repeat infection by the same pathogen 2. Which of the following is NOT a plasma protein? A) fibrinogen B) globulin C) albumin D) sodium 3. Red blood cells appear red because: A) they contain hemoglobin B) they transport oxygen C) they contain bilirubin D) of the size of their nucleus 4. Which of the following is NOT part of the immune response? A) stimulation of natural killer cells to destroy pathogens B) production of antibodies by A lymphocytes C) phagocytosis of infectious agents D) exposure to a pathogen 5. Which of the following blood tests measures how long it takes for a clot to form? A) erythrocyte sedimentation rate B) culture and sensitivity C) hematocrit D) pro-time 6. Which of the following statements regarding hemostasis is NOT true? A) Fibrin then converts platelets into a clot B) platelets release thromboplastin C) thrombin works to convert fibrinogen to fibrin D) thromboplastin reacts with prothrombin to form thrombin 7. Which of the following blood tests measures the volume of red blood cells within the total volume of blood? A) erythrocyte sedimentation rate B) culture and sensitivity C) hematocrit D) pro-time 8. Which of the following therapeutic procedures gives a patient an injection of antibodies in order to cure disease? A) immunization B) Monospot C) immunotherapy D) vaccination 9. Which of the following statements regarding the tonsils is NOT true? A) The palatine tonsils are located in the nasal cavity. B) Sometimes the tonsils have to be removed if they become chronically infected. C) The tonsils are composed of lymphatic tissue. D) The tonsils remove pathogens for the digestive and respiratory systems. 10. Which of the following medications does NOT prolong bleeding time? A) hematininc B) anticoagulant C) antiplatelet D) thrombolytic agent 11. Hives includes the appearance of skin ulcers as part of an allergic reaction. A) True B) False 12. Platelets are the watery part of blood. A) True B) False 13. The immune system will destroy the body's own cells if they have become diseased. A) True B) False 14. "Pneumocystis carinii" pneumonia is commonly seen in patients with AIDS. A) True B) False 15. Antiplatelet medications are commonly called blood thinners. A) True B) False 16. Blood typing is a test to determine how many of each type of leukocyte a person has. A) True B) False 17. An allergy is a hypersensitivity to a common substance in the environment. A) True B) False 18. Cytotoxic cells stimulate the production of antibodies. A) True B) False 19. Inflamed tissue feels hot to the touch. A) True B) False 20. An erythrocyte sedimentation rate is a blood test that determines if there is an inflammatory process occurring in the body. A) True B) False 21. Match the following terms: A. reverse transcriptase drug B. immunocompromised C. urticaria D. polycythemia vera E. lymph node F. spleen G. active acquired immunity H. culture and sensitivity I. leukemia J. hematocrit prevents virus from successfully multiplying unable to respond properly to pathogens intense itching condition of too many red blood cells removes pathogens and cell debris from lymph removes damaged erythrocytes results from actual exposure to a pathogen determines bacterial infection cancer of bone marrow measures volume of erythrocytes in whole blood 22. The combining form that means "color" is 23. A suffix that means "standing still" is 24. A medical term that means "clotting cell" is 25. The combining form that means "poison" is 26. A medical term that means "lymph gland disease" is 27. The combining form that means "shape" is 28. A suffix that means "protein" is 29. The combining form that means "eat" or "swallow" is 30. A suffix that means "formation" is 31. The combining form that means "fibers" or "fibrous" is
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