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  1. What is the medical term for excessive vomiting?
  2. a fixed dollar amount the subscriber must pay or meet each year before the insurer begins to cover expenses
  3. the area between the lungs that contain the heart, trachea, esophagus, and thymus gland is called
  4. another term for subcutaneous injection is
  5. the vitamin that is necessary for the proper clotting of the blood is
  6. resection refers to
  7. which of the following are examples of plant derived drugs
  8. When performing a finger puncture, the first drop of blood should be:
  9. When performing a red blood count, the number of cells counted is multiplied by:
  10. the statue of limitations for bringing malpractice suits varies from state to state but in most states it is difficult to initiate
  11. the packed red blood cell volume is determined by
  12. The hardest tissue of the body is:
  13. The main upper chest muscle is:
  14. blindness can result from a severe lack of
  15. The macroscopic examination of urine consists of
  16. The heart is made up of three layers:
  17. Intradermal injections are usually given:
  18. The act of giving birth is called:
  19. persons who are unable to pay for medical care or who have dependent children may apply for
  20. a patient in the prone position is lying
  21. when performing a microscopic, the evaluation of each element present in the urinary sediment in based upon the
  22. Transverse refers to:
  23. Which of the following is demonstrated when a patient's leg healed incorrectly because of the way the cast has been applied?
  24. The opposite of medial is:
  25. How many bones are there in the body?
  26. Facial bones that compose the massive upper jawbones are called:
  27. the abbreviation for medication given four times a day is
  28. when doing a differential white blood cell count, the total number of cells counted is
  29. A license to practice medicine is:
  30. any checks received for the doctor should be immediately
  31. the body is divided into front and back by which of the following planes
  32. The opposite of distal is:
  33. The bat-shaped bone that extends behind the eyes and forms part of the base of the skull is called the:
  34. The small sac attached to the underside of the liver and stores bile is called the:
  35. A physician reports a case of acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) to the state. This is called:
  36. dollar entries made on the left side of the ledger are called
  37. In the word hemoglobin, the component 'globin' means:
  38. which part of the prescription includes the name of the drug and the amount
  39. The bones of the fingers are called:
  40. The olecranon is the process which forms the:
  41. what is the abbreviation for right eye
  42. The term postprandial refers to:
  43. The 'master' gland of the human body is called the:
  44. Normal oral temperature is 98.6°F. The equivalent Celsius temperature is:
  45. The opposite of superficial is:
  46. A medical assistant may give an injection:
  47. Enlargement of the heart is called:
  48. 3. What is the medical term for 'headache'?
  49. What is the definition for 'diathermy'?
  50. When you are asked to take a cervical x-ray, you would take the film of the:
  51. which of the following are drugs derived from animal substances
  52. which part of the prescription includes the patients instructions
  53. The term macroscopic refers to:
  54. what is the abbreviation for every other day
  55. What is the term for 'low blood sugar'
  56. the recommended daily adult cholesterol intake is no more then
  57. A temperature controlled chamber into which inoculated media is placed so that bacterial growth will occur is called:
  58. the abbreviation for every hour is
  59. Size of the needle is expressed by:
  60. Hemostats are a type of:
  61. When a small sample of tissue is taken from the body and sent to a clinical laboratory to be examined or studied it is called:
  62. An employee who is considered to be acting on the doctor's behalf while performing professional tasks is:
  63. When performing a microscopic urinalysis, red and white blood cells are reported per:
  64. a patients financial account is referred to as
  65. Of the bacteria listed below, which one would appear in grape-like clusters?
  66. An example of poikilocytosis is:
  67. the normal pulse rate for children over the age of seven is
  68. If a carotid pulse was taken, it would be taken at the:
  69. Gram staining is done to determine:
  70. Insulin is secreted directly into the bloodstream by what organ?
  71. The pituitary gland
  72. acromegaly refers to
  73. tissues are composed of
  74. When focusing the microscope, one should begin with which objective?
  75. what is the abbreviation for microgram
  76. incision into the chest wall is referred to as
  77. The part of the small intestine that connects with the stomach is the:
  78. The serous membrane which lines the abdominal wall is called:
  79. The most common bacteriology stain is:
  80. the surgical breaking of bones is called
  81. Palpation is done by:
  82. When applying a cast, the plaster:
  83. The lenses of the microscope should be cleaned with _____ to prevent scratching.
  84. Ultrasound is commonly
  85. which of the following are used for immediate fuel and are converted to glucose
  86. the time the film is allowed to remain in the six solution is
  87. The largest gland in the human body is the:
  88. What is the medical term for enlargement of the kidney?
  89. The action of antihypertensive drugs is to:
  90. the process by which drug molecules are transformed into simpler products is called
  91. the term strata means
  92. A lift or heave is the rise of the ______ with each heartbeat:
  93. Another name for myocardial infarction is:
  94. If a tube of blood is allowed to stand undisturbed, it will separate into:
  95. The universal donor is blood type:
  96. The premature termination of pregnancy before the embryo or fetus is able to exist on its own is referred to as:
  97. which drug is derived from the mineral source
  98. Necroscopy refers to:
  1. a enlargement of the atrium of the heart
  2. b carbohydrates
  3. c oxygen
  4. d given a restrictive endorsement
  5. e mediastinum
  6. f gauge numbers
  7. g megalocardia
  8. h forcep
  9. i three major components
  10. j metabolism
  11. k average number found in 10 fields
  12. l Medicaid
  13. m transcription
  14. n osteoclasia
  15. o deductible
  16. p thoracotomy
  17. q face down
  18. r several layers
  19. s neck
  20. t generating heat through tissues
  21. u given with electrical stimulation
  22. v sphenoid bone
  23. w twice as long as the developing time
  24. x abortion
  25. y hypodermic
  26. z . proximal
  27. aa Q.H.
  28. ab debits
  29. ac cells
  30. ad one year
  31. ae phalanges
  32. af the visual examination of an object with the naked eye
  33. ag feeling a part with the hand
  34. ah Staphylococci
  35. ai 37.0°C
  36. aj wiped away
  37. ak digitoxin and quinine
  38. al q.o.d.
  39. am a centrifuge
  40. an observing the color and character
  41. ao elbow
  42. ap O.D.
  43. aq maxillary bones
  44. ar for allergy testing
  45. as heart attack
  46. at 206
  47. au lateral
  48. av duodenum
  49. aw mcg.
  50. ax nephromegaly
  51. ay required by law in each state
  52. az Epicardium, myocardium, endocardium
  53. ba gram stain
  54. bb preforming a hematocrit
  55. bc physician's public duty
  56. bd sternum
  57. be hypoglycemia
  58. bf potassium chloride
  59. bg LPF
  60. bh cartilage
  61. bi pituitary gland
  62. bj respondent superior
  63. bk vitamin A
  64. bl hyperemesis
  65. bm parturition
  66. bn 80 and 90
  67. bo ledger and ledger card
  68. bp is applied over a stockinette
  69. bq deep
  70. br neck region
  71. bs 10,000
  72. bt pancreas
  73. bu biopsy
  74. bv gallbladder
  75. bw 10X
  76. bx qid
  77. by vitamin K
  78. bz is the largest gland in the body
  79. ca cutting or removal of a portion of
  80. cb cutting trough
  81. cc following a meal
  82. cd 100
  83. ce coronal
  84. cf 300
  85. cg O
  86. ch sartorius
  87. ci Direct cause
  88. cj Reduce blood pressure
  89. ck only on the orders of a physician
  90. cl pleura
  91. cm whether a bacteria is gram positive or gram negative
  92. cn a sickle cell
  93. co lens paper
  94. cp cephalalgia
  95. cq inscription
  96. cr symptoms
  97. cs thyroid hormone and insulin
  98. ct the liver