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  1. The term alopecia is synonymous with
  2. In Maslow's hierarchy of needs the need to be loved and free from loneliness is a
  3. The fertilized ovum implants into the
  4. This procedure is used to puncture the chest and remove fluid
  5. An oophorectomy is a surgical procedure performed on the
  6. The study of the cause of disease is referred to as
  7. The type of bone fracture in which the bone is bent and partially broken is a
  8. Another name for the tympanic membrane is the
  9. If a patient refuses to consent to treatment the medical assistant should
  10. Which of the following laboratory tests would be abnormal for a patient with anemia
  11. The abbreviation for the right ear is
  12. Which of the following suffixes refers to pain
  13. The physician is legally obligated to report
  14. The cell from which a muscle develops is called
  15. The medical specialty that is involved with disease and treatment of the male and female urinary system is
  16. Which of the following is not a characteristic desirable in a medical assistant
  17. The patient's medical record belongs to
  18. An otoscope is used to
  19. Fat is the main component of
  20. Which of the following is not an example of sterotyping
  21. An itinerary
  22. Which of the following should be reported to the health department
  23. Bulimia is
  24. Reye's syndrome
  25. Movement of a body part toward the midline of the body is
  26. This acute infectious skin disease is caused by staphylococci
  27. An enforceable contract contains
  28. In the male testosterone is produced in the
  29. An abnormal lateral curvature of the spine is known as
  30. The vertebrae located in the lower back are the
  31. There are _________ pairs of spinal nerves
  32. A breast mass is found in a women whose mother and sister have died of breast cancer. She cancels her next three follow up appointments, which defense mechanism is she using
  33. Tell me more about it, is an example of
  34. A nevus in the antecubital area is a
  35. Gustatory receptors are located in the
  36. Nonverbal communication may be conveyed by
  37. The prefix brady denotes
  38. Which of the following respiratory disorders is characterized by a loss of lung capacity
  39. Protrusion of a part of the stomach through the esophageal opening in the diaphragm is a
  40. A mammogram is a radiograph of the
  41. An inflammation of a joint is called
  42. The largest artery in the body is the
  43. Which of the following is not a bone of the lower extremity
  44. Personality differences are due to
  45. The number of permanent teeth is
  46. Which of the following organs is located in the right upper quadrant
  47. Informed consent includes which of the following elements
  48. This diagnostic procedure allows for visualization of the urinary bladder
  49. Insulin
  50. The main function of the olfactory nerve is
  51. The surgical removal of the gallbladder is a
  52. To release medical information
  53. A mucous membrance
  54. Gas exchange in the lungs take place in the
  55. The pons and medulla make up the
  56. Am x-ray taken ot confirm a fracture of the distal forearm would incluse the
  57. The ability to imagine taking the place of the patient and accepting the patient's behavior is
  58. Professionalism may best be displayed by
  59. A cerebral vascular accident can also be called a
  60. An authorization in advance to withdraw artificial life support is
  61. The abbreviation meaning immediately is
  62. Another term for chewing
  63. The membrance that surrounds the heart is
  64. Another name for an open fracture is a
  65. The muscle in the upper extremity that is used as an injection site is the
  66. Which of the following telephone calls should be given immediately to the physician
  67. Rubeola is
  68. The opposite of superficial is
  69. The failure of bone marrow to produce red blood cells results in which type of anemia
  70. Which of the following cranial nerves is involved in blindness
  71. The correct medical term for hives is
  72. The liver
  73. The sinoatrial node
  74. A sexually transmitted disease caused by a protozoal infestaion is
  75. The type of membrance that lines cavities of the body that open to the outside is
  76. Hyperparathyroidism may be treated by which medical specialist
  77. The plane that divides the body into front and back halves is
  78. An abnormal increase in total number of white blood cells is called
  79. An eletrolyte that has an important influence on the activity of the heart muscle is
  80. The bone located in the posterior of the skull is the
  81. A decrease in the total number of white blood cells is called
  82. which of the following is an example of objective data
  83. Baby teeth are called
  84. The term for extremely rapid breathing is
  85. Legally a physician
  86. Which of the following nerves stimulates the diaphragm
  87. The body cavity that contains the intestines is the
  88. The alpha cells in the pancreas are responsible for the production of
  89. A suffix used to denote a surgical repair is
  90. The larges portion of the brain is the
  91. All of the following are reasons for revoking a physician's license except
  92. The ventral region of the body is described as
  93. The pacemaker of the heart is the
  94. Subcutaneous tissue
  95. The control center of a cell is
  96. The opposite of anterior is
  97. An abnormal decrease in the size of a muscle is
  1. a Denial
  2. b stat
  3. c Measles
  4. d Myoblast
  5. e Adipose tissue
  6. f Can follow a viral illness is children
  7. g May refuse to accept a patient if he or she chooses
  8. h algia
  9. i Posterior
  10. j Leukocytosis
  11. k Endometrium
  12. l Stroke
  13. m The patient must sign a release form
  14. n 1. deaths
    2. births
    3. Communicable disease
    4. abuse
  15. o Aorta
  16. p Thoracentesis
  17. q Human immunodeficiency virus
  18. r AD
  19. s Compound fracture
  20. t Phrenic
  21. u Pericardium
  22. v 1. age
    2. experience
    3. Heredity
    4. Environment
  23. w 31
  24. x Nucleus
  25. y Mouth
  26. z Cerebrum
  27. aa Impetigo
  28. ab 1. Benefits and risks of the treatment
    2. Purpose of treatment
    3. Nature of the patients condition
    4. Assessment of the patient's understanding of the treatment.
  29. ac Deciduoas
  30. ad Delay treatment and inform or consult with the physician
  31. ae Slow
  32. af is the pacemaker of the heart
  33. ag Etiology
  34. ah Empathy
  35. ai Providing atypical care
  36. aj Endocrinologist
  37. ak Alveoli
  38. al Liver
  39. am Arthritis
  40. an Staying calm when dealing with angry patients
  41. ao 32
  42. ap Potassium
  43. aq An advance directive
  44. ar Decrease blood sugar levels
  45. as Hyperpnea
  46. at Trichomoniasis
  47. au Cholecystectomy
  48. av 1. is found under the skin
    2. Contains fat
    3. Is an injection site
    4. Connects the dermis to the muscle surface
  49. aw Scoliosis
  50. ax Brainstem
  51. ay Occipital
  52. az Impatience
  53. ba Greenstick fracture
  54. bb Lines body cavities that open to the outside
  55. bc Another physician
  56. bd 1. An offer
    2. An acceptance
    3. A consideration
    4. A capacity
  57. be Emphysema
  58. bf Mastication
  59. bg Hiatal hernia
  60. bh plasty
  61. bi Deep
  62. bj Social need
  63. bk Cystoscopy
  64. bl Leukopenia
  65. bm Aplastic
  66. bn The physician
  67. bo Urology
  68. bp Anterior
  69. bq Humerus
  70. br Adduction
  71. bs Eardrum
  72. bt An eating disorder
  73. bu Transverse
  74. bv Breast
  75. bw Optic
  76. bx Urticaria
  77. by 1. Makes Bile
    2. Detoxifies harmful substances
    3. Produces heparin
    4. Stores glycogen
  78. bz Glucagan
  79. ca Hematocrit and hemoglobin
  80. cb Mole on the inside of the elbow
  81. cc Deltoid
  82. cd Lumbar
  83. ce Baldness
  84. cf Abdominal
  85. cg Inspect the exterior ear canal
  86. ch vital signs
  87. ci Atrophy
  88. cj Sinoatrial node
  89. ck Young children react differently to stressful situations
  90. cl Testes
  91. cm Ovaries
  92. cn Mucous
  93. co Is a detailed outline of a trip
  94. cp An open-ended statement
  95. cq Smelling
  96. cr Radius and ulna
  97. cs 1. Touch
    2. Eye contact
    3. Body position
    4. Silence