Medical Terminology

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1. A patient has unrealistic thoughts and behaviors despite an awareness that they’re inappropriate. She’s experiencing
A. phobia.
B. paraphilia.
C. panic attack.
D. obsessive-compulsive disorder.

I chose A.

2. A patient is a loner and is indifferent to criticism or praise. This person may have
A. schizoid personality disorder.
B. phobia.
C. mood disorder.
D. antisocial disorder.

I chose A.

3. A patient is seen today for drooping of the upper eyelid. What condition is represented by
this description?
A. Scotoma
B. Strabismus
C. Glaucoma
D. Ptosis

I chose D.

4. An operative report states that a myringoplasty was performed. (Myring/o) is the root for
A. eardrum.
B. sound.
C. salivary.
D. tongue

I chose A.

5. An individual who is self-centered and constantly seeking attention suffers from _______
personality.
A. borderline
B. histrionic
C. narcissistic
D. dependent

I chose C.

6. A child requires surgery to correct an abnormal eye alignment. This condition is called
A. scotoma.
B. cryopexy.
C. blepharoplasty.
D. strabismus.

I chose D.


7. A two-year-old child’s right ear is examined. An abbreviation for the right ear is
A. AC.
B. AU.
C. AS.
D. AD.

I chose D.

8. A patient was admitted in an alternating state of mania and despair. What diagnosis does this
statement describe?
A. Obsessive-compulsive disorder
B. Bipolar disorder
C. Posttraumatic stress disorder
D. Anxiety

I chose B.

9. What is the main difference between treating cancer with radiation therapy and treating cancer with chemotherapy?
A. Radiation treats cells within the radiation field; chemotherapy treats cells throughout
the body.
B. Radiation is performed only externally; chemotherapy is performed only internally.
C. Radiation is used before surgery; chemotherapy is used after surgery.
D. Radiation is used on carcinomas; chemotherapy is used on sarcomas.

I chose A.

10. The main criterion for drugs classified as controlled substances is their level of
A. adverse reaction with other drugs.
B. effectiveness in treating a particular disease.
C. side effects.
D. addiction potential.

I chose D.

11. Based on your understanding of prefixes, roots, and suffixes, determine which one of the
following conditions would include an inflammation.
A. Ostosclerosis
B. Myasthenia
C. Cystitis
D. Achalasia

I chose C.

12. What is the main difference between a stem cell and a cancer cell?
A. A stem cell grows at a faster rate than a cancer cell.
B. A stem cell obeys signals to stop growth, but a cancer cell doesn’t.
C. A stem cell is usually external; a cancer cell is usually internal.
D. A stem cell doesn’t die, but a cancer cell can be killed with treatment.

I chose A.

13. Why is it important for a pharmacist to provide drug counseling to patients?
A. To attempt to avoid any adverse reactions with another drug
B. To avoid lawsuits from patients experiencing reactions to a drug
C. To increase the effectiveness of the drug
D. To explain antidotes for drugs with toxic effects

I chose A.


Thanks once again for any and all help...

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    1. through 11. = agreed
    12. I choose B. Cancer cells are not inhibited in growth.
    13. agreed

    Sra

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    Thank you very much SraJMcGin for all of your help. I really appreciate it.. :)

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    Why is correct spelling is extremely important in medical terminology?

    What are the compont parts that you use to build medical words?

    Whate three guidelines that will help me with the spelling of medical words?

    Why the pronounciation of medical words is so important?

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    Answer to #1 is B.

    I'm taking the exact same class and doing the exact same thing but looking on other sites for answers.
    Paraphilia-
    Any of a group of psychosexual disorders characterized by sexual fantasies, feelings, or activities involving a nonhuman object, a nonconsenting partner such as a child, or pain or humiliation of oneself or one's partner
    phobia- •persistent, abnormal, and irrational fear of a specific thing or situation that compels one to avoid it, despite the awareness and reassurance that it is not dangerous.
    •A strong fear, dislike, or aversion.

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