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<BKRM><TEST><TTL>Test Bank</TTL>

<H1 NUM=”1″>Chapter 1</H1>

<H2 NUM=”1″>Multiple Choice</H2>

<INSTR><P>Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.</P></INSTR>

<MCQ NUM=”1″><P><INST>1.   </INST>Cardi is an example of which word part?</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>suffix</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>word root</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>combining form</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>prefix</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”2″><P><INST>2.   </INST>Which medical term is spelled correctly?</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>cardiapathy</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>artarioscope</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>osteoitis</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>hepatology</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”3″><P><INST>3.   </INST>What word parts make up the medical term arthroscopy?</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>prefix, word root, combining vowel, suffix</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>prefix, combining vowel, word root</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>prefix, word root, suffix</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>word root, combining vowel, suffix</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”4″><P><INST>4.   </INST>Which combining form means joint?</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>ven/o</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>arter/o</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>oste/o</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>arthr/o</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”5″><P><INST>5.   </INST>Which is a suffix that means measure?</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>-scope</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>-meter</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>-scopy</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>-logy</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”6″><P><INST>6.   </INST>Wilm’s tumor is an example of a(n):</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>eponym</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>synonym</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>combining form</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>acronym</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”7″><P><INST>7.   </INST>Which medical term is an example of an acronym?</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>diabetes</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>Huntington’s chorea</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>AIDS</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>appendicitis</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”8″><P><INST>8.   </INST>What is the definition of the medical term intrahepatic?</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>under the liver</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>study of the liver</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>beyond the liver</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>pertaining to within the liver</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”9″><P><INST>9.   </INST>Which prefix means above or excessive?</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>ab-</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>intra-</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>hyper-</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>post-</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”10″><P><INST>10. </INST>Study of the stomach is the definition of which medical term?</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>prevenous</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>gastrology</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>osteopathy</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>hepatitis</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”11″><P><INST>11. </INST>Which is the medical term that means pertaining to the stomach and liver?</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>gastrohepatic</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>arteriovenous</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>osteoarthritis</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>cardiopathy</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”12″><P><INST>12. </INST>Which medical term has two word roots?</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>intravenous</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>subhepatic</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>osteoarthritis</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>cardiopathy</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”13″><P><INST>13. </INST>What is the definition of the medical term osteitis?</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>disease of the arteries</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>measure of liver function</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>study of joints</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>inflammation of the bone</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”14″><P><INST>14. </INST>What is the definition of the suffix -scopy?</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>pertaining to instruments</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>use of an instrument for viewing</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>an instrument used for viewing</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>study of instruments</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”15″><P><INST>15. </INST>What is the meaning of the prefix ab-?</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>away from</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>under</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>to follow after</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>excess</P></ANS></MCQ>

<H2 NUM=”2″>True/False</H2>

<INSTR><P>Write “T” if the statement is true and “F” if the statement is false.</P></INSTR>

<EXRSET TY=”EXR1″><EXR NUM=”16″><P><INST>16. _______ </INST>The plural of neurosis is neuroses.</P></EXR>
<EXR NUM=”17″><P><INST>17. _______ </INST>The combining vowel is used between a prefix and a word root to ease pronunciation.</P></EXR>
<EXR NUM=”18″><P><INST>18. _______ </INST>A medical term must have four parts: a prefix, a word root, a combining vowel, and a suffix.</P></EXR>
<EXR NUM=”19″><P><INST>19. _______ </INST>A word root is the part of a word that modifies its primary meaning.</P></EXR>
<EXR NUM=”20″><P><INST>20. _______ </INST>In the medical term gastroscopy (gas-TROS-ko-pee), the first o sound is short.</P></EXR>
<EXR NUM=”21″><P><INST>21. _______ </INST>An acronym is a word created from abbreviations or the first letters of a group of words.</P></EXR>
<EXR NUM=”22″><P><INST>22. _______ </INST>When a medical term is constructed from word parts, its definition usually starts with the definition of the suffix.</P></EXR>
<EXR NUM=”23″><P><INST>23. _______ </INST>The suffix –ous means inflammation of.</P></EXR>
<EXR NUM=”24″><P><INST>24. _______ </INST>Medical terminology is a language that is built mostly on Greek and Latin word parts.</P></EXR>
<EXR NUM=”25″><P><INST>25. _______ </INST>The definition of cardiology is the study of the heart.</P></EXR></EXRSET>

<H2 NUM=”3″>Short Answer</H2>

<INSTR><P>Write the word or phrase that best completes each statement or answers the question. All answers to questions asking for a combining form must be written with a combining vowel and a slash; for example, the combining form meaning heart is cardi/o. All answers to questions asking for a suffix must be written with a hyphen before the suffix; for example, the suffix meaning cell is -cyte. All answers to questions asking for a prefix must be written with a hyphen after the prefix; for example, the prefix meaning two is bi-.

 

<EXRSET TY=”EXR2″><EXR NUM=”26″><P><INST>26. </INST>What is a prefix that means deficient?</P></EXR>

<EXR NUM=”27″><P><INST>27. </INST>In the medical term gastroscopy, what is the word root?</P></EXR>

<EXR NUM=”28″><P><INST>28. </INST>What is the medical term for pertaining to disease of the liver?</P></EXR>

<EXR NUM=”29″><P><INST>29. </INST>What does the prefix –intra mean?</P></EXR>

<EXR NUM=”30″><P><INST>30. </INST>What does the medical term hepatitis mean inflammation of the ________?</P></EXR>

<EXR NUM=”31″><P><INST>31. </INST>What is the medical term that means pertaining to below the stomach?</P></EXR>

<EXR NUM=”32″><P><INST>32. </INST>What suffix besides –ic and -ous means pertaining to?</P></EXR>

<EXR NUM=”33″><P><INST>33. </INST>What is the medical term meaning study of disease?</P></EXR>

<EXR NUM=”34″><P><INST>34. </INST>What is the plural of atrium?</P></EXR>

<EXR NUM=”35″><P><INST>35. </INST>What is the medical term for an instrument used to view joints?</P></EXR></EXRSET>

<H2 NUM=”4″>Essay</H2>

<INSTR><P>Write your answers on a separate sheet of paper.</P></INSTR>

<EXRSET TY=”EXR2″><EXR NUM=”36″><P><INST>36. </INST>What are some helpful hints for learning medical terminology?</P></EXR>

<EXR NUM=”37″><P><INST>37. </INST>Describe the steps for defining medical terms.</P></EXR></EXRSET>

 

<H1 NUM=”17″>Chapter 17</H1>

<H2 NUM=”1″>Multiple Choice</H2>

<INSTR><P>Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.</P></INSTR>

<MCQ NUM=”1″><P><INST>1.    </INST>The term for the developing human from the second day after conception until the eighth week is: <WOL1></WOL1></P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>embryo</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>fetus</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>neonate</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>zygote</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”2″><P><INST>2.    </INST>The combined form gravid/o means:</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>birth</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>fetus</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>labor</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>pregnancy</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”3″><P><INST>3.    </INST>The care of the elderly is managed by a physician specialist known as a(n):</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>general practitioner</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>gerontologist</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>obstetrician</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>pediatrician</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”4″><P><INST>4.    </INST>The client is pregnant for the first time. She is known as a:</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>multigravida</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>nulligravida</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>primigravida</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>primipara</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”5″><P><INST>5.    </INST>A complication of pregnancy with premature separation of the placenta from the uterine wall, resulting in either premature birth or fetal death, is:</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>abruptio placentae</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>cervical effacement</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>ectopic pregnancy</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>placenta previa</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”6″><P><INST>6.   </INST>A congenital defect of the vertebral column resulting from an absence of vertebral arches is known as:</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>cleft palate</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>esophageal atresia</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>microcephaly</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>spina bifida</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”7″><P><INST>7.   </INST>An incision through the amnion that ruptures the membrane as an inducement to labor is known as:</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>amniocentesis</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>amniography</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>amnioscopy</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>amniotomy</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”8″><P><INST>8.   </INST>Measurement of the size of the fetus is:</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>amniography</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>fetometry</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>obstetrical sonography</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>pelvimetry</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”9″><P><INST>9.   </INST>A surgical delivery by making an incision through the abdomen and uterus is known as:</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>breech birth</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>cesarean section</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>episiotomy</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>therapeutic abortion</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”10″><P><INST>10. </INST>The combining form that means umbilicus is:</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>amnion/o</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>chori/o</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>omphal/o</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>puerper/o</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”11″><P><INST>11. </INST>The suffix -orrhexis means:</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>birth</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>labor</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>surgical repair</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>rupture</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”12″><P><INST>12. </INST>Which medical term is spelled correctly?</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>adolesence</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>gravidopeurperal</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>amnionorrhea</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>salpingocyesis</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”13″><P><INST>13. </INST>The medical term lactogenic is defined as:</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>abnormal, spontaneous discharge of milk</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>allergic to milk</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>producing an embryo</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>producing milk</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”14″><P><INST>14. </INST>An omphalocele is:</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>a congenital herniation at the navel</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>cancer of the umbilicus</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>drooping of the uterus</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>inflammation of the navel</P></ANS></MCQ>

<MCQ NUM=”15″><P><INST>15. </INST>Abnormal discharge of amniotic fluid is:</P>

<ANS NUM=”1″><P><INST>A.  </INST>amnionitis</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”2″><P><INST>B.  </INST>amniorrhea</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”3″><P><INST>C.  </INST>amniorrhexis</P></ANS>

<ANS NUM=”4″><P><INST>D.  </INST>chorioamnionitis

  1. Which of the following terms is spelled correctly?
  2. distosha
  3. dystocia
  4. dystoesha
  5. distowcia
  6. The medical term for difficult labor is:
  7. dysmenorrhea
  8. dystocia
  9. dysplasia
  10. dysuria
  11. This is a condition of pregnancy characterized by high blood pressure, edema, and protein in the urine.
  12. placenta previa
  13. abruptio placentae
  14. preeclampsia
  15. amniocentesis
  16. In this procedure, an incision is made in the vulva to widen the vaginal opening during labor.
  17. amniocentesis
  18. episiotomy
  19. cesarean section
  20. fetometry

</P></ANS></MCQ>

<H2 NUM=”2″>Short Answer</H2>

<INSTR><P>Write the word or phrase that best completes each statement or answers the question. All answers to questions asking for a combining form must be written with a combining vowel and a slash; for example, the combining form meaning heart is cardi/o. All answers to questions asking for a suffix must be written with a hyphen before the suffix; for example, the suffix meaning cell is -cyte. All answers to questions asking for a prefix must be written with a hyphen after the prefix; for example, the prefix meaning two is bi-.

 

<EXRSET TY=”EXR2″><EXR NUM=”16″><P><INST>20. </INST>When a gamete from a male and a gamete from a female unite, they form a fertilized egg, or <WOL1>________</WOL1>.</P></EXR>

<EXR NUM=”17″><P><INST>21. </INST>The organ that provides an exchange of materials between the mother and fetus is the <WOL1>________</WOL1>.</P></EXR>

<EXR NUM=”18″><P><INST>22. </INST>The vaginal discharge that normally follows childbirth is known as <WOL1>________</WOL1>.</P></EXR>

<EXR NUM=”19″><P><INST>23. </INST>The medical term that means first stool of a newborn  is <WOL1>________</WOL1>.</P></EXR>

<EXR NUM=”20″><P><INST>24. </INST>The medical term for difficult labor is <WOL1>________</WOL1>.</P></EXR>

<EXR NUM=”21″><P><INST>25. </INST>A condition of newborns in which red blood cells are destroyed due to an incompatibility between the mother’s blood and the baby’s blood is known as ________.</P></EXR>

<EXR NUM=”22″><P><INST>26. </INST>A pregnancy that occurs outside the uterus is known as an <WOL1>________ pregnancy</WOL1>.</P></EXR>

<EXR NUM=”23″><P><INST>27. </INST>Severe nausea and vomiting during pregnancy, which can cause severe dehydration, is <WOL1>________</WOL1>.</P></EXR>

<EXR NUM=”24″><P><INST>28. </INST>The acronym PIH stands for <WOL1>________</WOL1>.</P></EXR>

<EXR NUM=”25″><P><INST>29. </INST>The client comes to the hospital in premature labor. In order to stop the contractions, she is given a <WOL1>________ agent</WOL1>.</P></EXR></EXRSET>

<H2 NUM=”3″>True/False</H2>

<INSTR><P>Write “T” if the statement is true and “F” if the statement is false.</P></INSTR>

<EXRSET TY=”EXR1″><EXR NUM=”26″><P><INST>30. _______ </INST>The embryonic and fetal membrane that encloses the embryo and fetus is the amnion, or amniotic sac.</P></EXR>
<EXR NUM=”27″><P><INST>31. _______ </INST>A woman who has given birth to an infant, either alive or dead, is known as a gravida.</P></EXR>
<EXR NUM=”28″><P><INST>32. _______ </INST>The medical term for occurring during labor and childbirth is antepartum.</P></EXR>
<EXR NUM=”29″><P><INST>33. _______ </INST>A false pregnancy is known as a pseudocyesis.</P></EXR>
<EXR NUM=”30″><P><INST>34. _______ </INST>A termination of pregnancy by natural expulsion of the embryo or fetus from the uterus is known as a miscarriage or a spontaneous abortion.</P></EXR>
<EXR NUM=”31″><P><INST>35. _______ </INST>Cervical effacement is the progressive dilation of the cervix during labor.</P></EXR>
<EXR NUM=”32″><P><INST>36. _______ </INST>Preeclampsia is an abnormal development of high blood pressure that may be accompanied by proteinuria and edema during pregnancy.</P></EXR>
<EXR NUM=”33″><P><INST>37. _______ </INST>Respiratory distress syndrome, or hyaline membrane disease, is a disease of newborns, especially premature infants, in which certain cells of the lungs fail to mature by birth, leading to a tendency for lung collapse.</P></EXR>
<EXR NUM=”34″><P><INST>38. _______ </INST>A medical term for breastfeeding is parturition.</P></EXR>
<EXR NUM=”35″><P><INST>39. _______ </INST>The process or state of aging is known as senescence.</P></EXR></EXRSET>

<H2 NUM=”4″>Essay</H2>

<INSTR><P>Write your answers on a separate sheet of paper.</P></INSTR>

<EXRSET TY=”EXR2″><EXR NUM=”36″><P><INST>40. </INST>List the stages of development from conception to birth.</P></EXR>

<EXR NUM=”37″><P><INST>41.  </INST>Discuss the role of the placental blood barrier.

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