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  1. An abnormal increase in the size of an organ is:
    Hypertrophy
  2. An embryonic cell from which a muscle develops is:
    Myoblast
  3. The abbreviation for the left ear is:
    AS
  4. A tonometer is used to:
    Measure pressure within the eyeball.
  5. The procedure that measures the amount of air moving in and out of the lungs is:
    Spirometry
  6. Which of the following lab studies is most likely to be abnormal in a patient with gout?
    Serum uric acid
  7. The test in which dye is injected into the bloodstream prior to taking x-rays of the heart and the large vessels of the chest is:
    Angiocardiography
  8. Which of the following conditions is treated  by a medical oncologist?
    Acute lymphocytic leukemia
  9. Which of the following is the correct spelling for an abnormal decrease in the number of WBC's?
    Leukopenia

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Certification Test
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