26. ( ) is a chronic disease marked by high levels of sugar in the blood. a. Diabetes b. Aneurysm c. Atrophy d. Immunodeficiency 1. ( ) cells are also called malignant cells. 27. ( ) bleeding is a sign that something is wrong. a. Diagnostic b. Forensic c. Partial d. Cancerous a. Forensic b. Rectal c. Nervous d. Generic 2. She was born through prenatal ( ) testing. 28. ( ) is the consumption of a substance by an organism. a. malignant b. forensic c. diagnostic d. cancerous a. Prolapse b. In vivo c. Ingestion d. Distribution 3. ( ) is a term used in pathology to refer to an abnormality of development. 29. A person might have a ( ) blood vessel, so the blood can't get through. a. Dysplasia b. Apoptosis c. Atrophy d. Degeneration a. clogged b. cancerous c. diagnostic d. lymphatic 4. Nausea and vomiting during early ( ) is called morning sickness. 30. ( ) is a hormonal disorder that most commonly occurs in middle-aged people. a. dysplasia b. apoptosis c. pregnancy d. degeneration a. Diabetes b. Acromegaly c. Dysplasia d. Asthma 5. ( ) have a cell membrane containing the protoplasm. a. Allergies b. Amoebae c. Anthraxes d. Bacteria 31. ( ) is a chronic disease that affects your airways. 6. ( ) is an acute diarrheal illness caused by a bacteria. a. Diabetes b. Bronchitis c. Asthma d. Dysplasia a. Diphtheria b. Cholera c. Amoeba d. Malaria 32. ( ) is a disease of the lungs that can have a negative impact on breathing. 7. ( ) is a bacterial infection in the upper respiratory tract. a. Aneurysm b. Asthma c. Pancreatitis d. Emphysema a. Diphtheria b. Cholera c. Amoeba d. Malaria 33. Sinusitis is a swelling of the inner ( ) of the sinuses. 8. ( ) can be cured if promptly diagnosed and adequately treated. a. Diphtheria b. Cholera c. Amoeba d. Malaria 34. A ( ) is a collection of air between the outside surface of the lung and the inside 9. Prions are infectious ( ) that do not contain nucleic acids. a. protozoans b. algae c. pathogens d. anthraxes a. emphysema b. pneumothorax c. sinusitis d. otitis 10. Diagnosis and confirmation of ( ) requires laboratory testing. 35. The ( ) is an instrument used for listening to sounds produced by the body. a. amoeba b. plague c. pathogen d. fungus a. stethoscope b. windpipe c. valve d. prolapse 36. The ( ) joins the upper respiratory tract to the lungs. 11. ( ) is a thick fluid produced in the lungs. a. valve b. lining c. trachea d. bruise a. Fungus b. Germ c. Sputum d. arthritis 37. A thrombus or ( ) is the final product of the blood coagulation step in hemostasis. 12. Bacteria, viruses and other invaders stimulate production of ( ). a. blood valve b. blood lining c. blood sign d. blood clot a. antibodies b. chills c. germs d. protozoans 38. ( ) artery disease is the most common form of heart disease. 13. Blood is ( ) around the body through blood vessels. a. Rectal b. Coronary c. Mental d. Topical a. developed b. moved c. streamed d. circulated 39. ( ) is a term that describes the loss of cognitive function, usually because of damaged 14. Eight million Americans have an eating ( ). a. habit b. disorder c. treatment d. movement a. Dementia b. Rhinitis c. Eczema d. Anemia 15. Some ( ) diseases produce other immune system problems. 40. Multiple ( ) is a disease in which the nerves of the central nervous system degenerate. a. fungus b. germ c. antibiotic d. immunodeficiency a. stroke b. fibroid c. sclerosis d. tinnitus 16. Urine contains a small number of cells and other ( ). a. debris b. diseases c. germs d. protozoans 41. Vital ( ) include the heart beat, breathing rate, temperature, and blood pressure. 17. There is a subtle but important difference between drug ( ) and drug addiction. a. signs b. onsets c. stethoscopes d. hives a. absorption b. abduction c. abuse d. dosage 42. ( ) are the most common benign tumors in females and typically found during the 18. ( ) are medications used to relieve pain without reducing the consciousness of the a. Strokes b. Fibroids c. C-sections d. Bruises a. Antihistamines b. Analgesics c. Aspirins d. Penicillins 43. ( ) are hard, pebble-like deposits that form inside the gallbladder. 19. Taking ( ) every day can lower your risk of heart attack or stroke. a. Gallstones b. Glaucomas c. Cataracts d. Rashes a. antihistamine b. analgesic c. aspirin d. penicillin 44. A ( ) is loss of blood from the tissue lining the nose. 20. The primary organs of ( ) are the lungs, kidneys, and skin. a. tinnitus b. bruise c. sinusitis d. nosebleed a. respiration b. consumption c. circulation d. excretion 45. ( ) can affect the inner or outer parts of the ear. a. Tinnitus b. Hives c. Otitis d. Fibroids 21. A local ( ) causes loss of feeling in a part of the body. 46. ( ) is an infection of the sinus air spaces found in the bones around the nose. a. anesthetic b. aspirin c. analgesic d. penicillin a. Sinusitis b. Nosebleed c. Otitis d. Rhinitis 22. An online pharmacy is a convenient place to buy ( ) drugs. 47. ( ) antibiotics are a common and effective type of acne treatment. a. anatomy b. prescription c. barium d. blockage a. Mental b. Topical c. Generic d. Forensic 23. Many ( ) are capable of improving mood and relieving anxiety. 48. If you have ( ), your blood does not carry enough oxygen to the rest of your body. a. aspirin b. antihistamine c. stimulants d. analgesic a. hematuria b. nephrosis c. dementia d. anemia 24. High blood pressure and high cholesterol may raise your risk of certain types of ( ). 49. ( ) is a group of eye diseases that damage the optic nerve. a. ingestions b. blockages c. syndromes d. aneurysms a. Cataract b. Glaucoma c. Autism d. Eczema 25. A ( ) heart defect is a problem with the structure of the heart. 50. A ( ) is a change of the skin which affects its color, appearance or texture. a. coronary b. nervous c. endocrine d. congenital a. rash b. dermatitis c. rhinitis d. mold

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