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1. The cause or origin of a disease.
a. ediology
b. etiology
c. eteology
d. idiology
b. etiology
2. A disturbance of normal function without evidence of a structural deformity.
a. futional
b. funtional
c. functional
d. functionality
c. functional
3.Examination through tapping with a finger on the body wall to try to detect sound variations.
A. percusion
B. percussion
C. percission
D. auscultation
B. percussion
4. The study of reaction to antigens.
A. serology
B. cerology
C. sirology
D. serrology
A. serology
5. A term referring to an abnormality or disease which results from and continues after another disease.
A. sequela
B. sequella
C. seqella
D. saquela
A. sequela
6. Pertaining to deterioration. Going from a higher to a lower form, from better to worse.
A. degenrative
B. degenerative
C. digenerative
D. deginerative
B. degenerative
7. A lack or a defect.
A. defeciency
B. dificiency
C. defficiency
D. deficiency
D. deficiency
8. Tending to become progressively worse and can cause death.
A. malignant
B. maligant
C. malificent
D. mallignant
A. malignant
9. Having no symptoms.
A. asymptom
B. symptomatic
C. asymptomatic
D. asyptomatic
C. asymptomatic
10. A seizure or attack.
A. paroxysmal
B. parosysmal
C. paroxsmal
D. paryxamal
A. paroxysmal
11. Listening to a selected organ (such as the heart) with a stethoscope.
A. ascultation
B. auscultation
C. ausculation
D. percussion
B. auscultation
12. The expected outcome.
A. prognosis
B. prognossis
C. progniosis
D. progesterone
A. prognosis
13. Present from birth. Not necessarily inherited from the parents.
A. congenial
B. choice2
C. hereditary
D. congenital
D. congenital
14. Due to some type of injury.
A. tramatic
B. traumatic
C. traumal
D. traummatic
B. traumatic
15. The act of feeling with the hand.
A. palpitation
B. palpation
C. pallpation
D. palpiation
B. palpation
16. Persisting for a long period of time.
A. cronic
B. acute
C. disabling
D. chronic
D. chronic
17. Pertaining to any new and abnormal growth, specifically a growth which is progressive and uncontrolled.
A. neoplastic
B. neplastic
C. neonatal
D. nioplastic
A. neoplastic
18. Disease with a short and relatively severe course (not what a baby is).
A. acuite
B. acute
C. cutie
D. accute
B. acute
19. The return of a disease after it has apparently stopped.
A. recurrent
B. recurent
C. reccurent
D. currency
B. acute
20. A combination of symptoms.
A. symptom
B. syndrom
C. syndrome
D. syncronous
C. syndrome