Intro to Medical Science

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  1. A benign tumor is.
    a. a growth encapsulated with clearly defined edge that do metastasize and that do recur after surgery
    b. a growth encapsulated with clearly defined edges that do not metastasize and they do not recur after a surgically removed
    b. a growth encapsulated with clearly defined edges that do not metastasize and they do not recur after a surgically removed
  2. Cancer is the 2nd most common leading cause of death in the US.
    a. true
    b. false
    a. true
  3. Carcinomas are -
    a. not common forms of cancer and they do not effect epithelical cells that line the surface of the body
    b. are common forms of cancer and they do effect epithelical cells that line the surface of the body
    b. are common forms of cancer and they do effect epithelical cells that line the surface of the body
  4. Examples of Carcinomas is -
    a. skin and mucous membranes such as the legs, feet and arms and knees
    b. skin and mucous membranes such as breast, stomach, large intestines, prostrate gland and uterine cervix
    b. skin and mucous membranes such as breast, stomach, large intestines, prostrate gland and uterine cervix
  5. What did Ehrlich use to treat syphilis?
    arsenic
  6. Cryptorchidism is
    a. is a disease and a failure of the testes that descend from the abdominal cavity
    b. is not a disease but a failure of the testes that descend from the abdominal cavity
    b. is not a disease but a failure of the testes that descend from the abdominal cavity
  7. Chlamydia is -
    a. most prevalent STD in the US and is the leading cause of PID
    b. is not a prevalent STD in the Us and is the leading cause of PID
    a. most prevalent STD in the US and is the leading cause of PID
  8. Ectopic pregnancy is most commonly found in the fallopian tube?
    a. false
    b. true
    b. true
  9. Genital herpes are sexually transmitted infection cause by herpes simplex virus type I?
    a. true
    b. false
    b. false it is type II
  10. Gonorrhea is -
    A. bacteria
    B. coccus bacterius
    C. all 3
    D. bacteria/coccus bacterium
    C. all 3
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  11. Signs & Symptoms of Gonorrhea are-
    A. burns when urinating
    B. a & c
    C. white/yellow/green discharge from penis
    D. a & b
    E. cold sores
    D. a & b
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  12. Herpes I and Herpes II are not the same?
    a. true
    b. false
    b. false- they are the same
  13. Herpes I sets up shop in the trigeminal nerve #6?
    a. true
    b. false
    b. false #5
  14. Who can easily get malignant melanomas?
    A. white-skinned people with incidence rates more than 10x higher in African Americans
    B. dark-skinned people with incidence rates more than 12x higher in Blacks
    C. dark- skinned people
    D. white skinned people
    A. white-skinned people with incidence rates more than 10x higher in African Americans
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  15. Malignant tumors are-
    a. or cancer consist of rapidly dividing cells that accumulate uncontrollably and invade normal tissue and have the ability to metastasize or generate independent tumors at distant sites
    b. or cancer consist of slow moving but dividing cells that accumulate rapidly and do not invade the normal tissue and have the ability to metastasize or generate independent tumors at distant sites
    a. or cancer consist of rapidly dividing cells that accumulate uncontrollably and invade normal tissue and have the ability to metastasize or generate independent tumors at distant sites
  16. Neoplasm (or tumors) are mass cells that grow slower than normal cells.
    a. true
    b. false
    b. false- they grow more rapidly
  17. PID means?
    Pelvic Inflammatory Disease
  18. The Etiology of Pelvic Inflammatory Disease is-
    a. not the commonly transmitted through a sexual disease- gonorrhea and chlamydia
    b. is the most commonly transmitted cause through a sexual encounter- gonorrhea and chlamydia
    b. is the most commonly transmitted cause through a sexual encounter- gonorrhea and chlamydia
  19. The tumor producing gene is called:
    a. onocow
    b. anti-onocow
    a. onocow
  20. Tx means?
    treatment
  21. Syphilis can be treated or untreated for years?
    a. untreated
    b. treated
    a. untreated and dormant for years
  22. What are some of the risk factors of skin cancer?
    A. males
    B. a, c and e
    C. fair-skinned
    D. females
    E. b,d and f
    F. radiation exposure
    G. dark-skinned
    H. exposure to chemicals
    E. b,d and f
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  23. Your blood pressure is normal when you have experienced preeclampsia?
    a. true
    b. false
    b. false- your blood pressure is high and you show protein in your urine tests
  24. Severe preeclampsia risk factors are-
    A. having multiple births
    B. both a and b
    C. being a diabetic prior to pregnancy
    D. family history of the disorder
    B. both a and b
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  25. When you experience severe preeclampsia you will have blurred vision, nausea, vomiting and headahes?
    a. true
    b. false
    a. true
  26. Sarcomas are not highly malignant connective tissue tumors that originate from muscles, fat and bone?
    a. true
    b. false
    b. false- they are high malignant connective tissue tumors that orginate from muscles, fat, bone and blood vessels

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