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Unlocking Medical Terminology 2nd Edition Wingerd

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Chapter 1

Multiple Choice

Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.

1.   Cardi is an example of which word part?

A.  suffix

B.  word root

C.  combining form

D.  prefix

2.   Which medical term is spelled correctly?

A.  cardiapathy

B.  artarioscope

C.  osteoitis

D.  hepatology

3.   What word parts make up the medical term arthroscopy?

A.  prefix, word root, combining vowel, suffix

B.  prefix, combining vowel, word root

C.  prefix, word root, suffix

D.  word root, combining vowel, suffix

4.   Which combining form means joint?

A.  ven/o

B.  arter/o

C.  oste/o

D.  arthr/o

5.   Which is a suffix that means measure?

A.  -scope

B.  -meter

C.  -scopy

D.  -logy

6.   Wilms tumor is an example of a(n):

A.  eponym

B.  synonym

C.  combining form

D.  acronym

7.   Which medical term is an example of an acronym?

A.  diabetes

B.  Huntingtons chorea

C.  AIDS

D.  appendicitis

8.   What is the definition of the medical term intrahepatic?

A.  under the liver

B.  study of the liver

C.  beyond the liver

D.  pertaining to within the liver

9.   Which prefix means above or excessive?

A.  ab-

B.  intra-

C.  hyper-

D.  post-

10. Study of the stomach is the definition of which medical term?

A.  prevenous

B.  gastrology

C.  osteopathy

D.  hepatitis

11. Which is the medical term that means pertaining to the stomach and liver?

A.  gastrohepatic

B.  arteriovenous

C.  osteoarthritis

D.  cardiopathy

12. Which medical term has two word roots?

A.  intravenous

B.  subhepatic

C.  osteoarthritis

D.  cardiopathy

13. What is the definition of the medical term osteitis?

A.  disease of the arteries

B.  measure of liver function

C.  study of joints

D.  inflammation of the bone

14. What is the definition of the suffix -scopy?

A.  pertaining to instruments

B.  use of an instrument for viewing

C.  an instrument used for viewing

D.  study of instruments

15. What is the meaning of the prefix ab-?

A.  away from

B.  under

C.  to follow after

D.  excess

True/False

Write T if the statement is true and F if the statement is false.

16.

_______ The plural of neurosis is neuroses.

17.

_______ The combining vowel is used between a prefix and a word root to ease pronunciation.

18.

_______ A medical term must have four parts: a prefix, a word root, a combining vowel, and a suffix.

19.

_______ A word root is the part of a word that modifies its primary meaning.

20.

_______ In the medical term gastroscopy (gas-TROS-ko-pee), the first o sound is short.

21.

_______ An acronym is a word created from abbreviations or the first letters of a group of words.

22.

_______ When a medical term is constructed from word parts, its definition usually starts with the definition of the suffix.

23.

_______ The suffix ous means inflammation of.

24.

_______ Medical terminology is a language that is built mostly on Greek and Latin word parts.

25.

_______ The definition of cardiology is the study of the heart.

Short Answer

Write the word or phrase that best completes each statement or answers the question. All answers to questions asking for a combining form must be written with a combining vowel and a slash; for example, the combining form meaning heart is cardi/o. All answers to questions asking for a suffix must be written with a hyphen before the suffix; for example, the suffix meaning cell is -cyte. All answers to questions asking for a prefix must be written with a hyphen after the prefix; for example, the prefix meaning two is bi-.

 

26. What is a prefix that means deficient?

27. In the medical term gastroscopy, what is the word root?

28. What is the medical term for pertaining to disease of the liver?

29. What does the prefix intra mean?

30. What does the medical term hepatitis mean inflammation of the ________?

31. What is the medical term that means pertaining to below the stomach?

32. What suffix besides ic and -ous means pertaining to?

33. What is the medical term meaning study of disease?

34. What is the plural of atrium?

35. What is the medical term for an instrument used to view joints?

Essay

Write your answers on a separate sheet of paper.

36. What are some helpful hints for learning medical terminology?

37. Describe the steps for defining medical terms.

Chapter 2

Multiple Choice

Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.

1.   The pregnant client will soon deliver a baby, head first. This presentation is known as:

A.  caudal

B.  cephalic

C.  distal

D.  ventral

2.   In a dorsal recumbent position, the client is lying on his/her:

A.  back

B.  front

C.  left side

D.  right side

3.   If a physician ordered a lateral chest x-ray, the x-ray will be taken from which view?

A.  back

B.  front

C.  side

D.  top

4.   The patient has an injury on his shin. The nurse should check the circulation distal to the point of injury. The nurse should check circulation in the:

A.  calf

B.  foot

C.  knee

D.  thigh

5.   The medical term for pertaining to below a reference point is:

A.  distal

B.  inferior

C.  lateral

D.  posterior

6.   What is part of the viscera of the abdominal cavity?

A.  bladder

B.  brain

C.  heart

D.  liver

7.   The patient presents with trauma to his arm. The health care provider should carefully assess which region?

A.  brachial

B.  cervical

C.  femoral

D.  inguinal

8.   If a patient presents complaining of lower back pain, the health care provider would complete a close assessment of which region?

A.  brachial

B.  gluteal

C.  lumbar

D.  thoracic

9.   Which abdominal region is just below the cartilage of the ribs?

A.  hypochondriac

B.  hypogastric

C.  iliac

D.  lumbar

10. A pathologist is a physician who studies what?

A.  disease

B.  infection

C.  physiology

D.  trauma

11. The health care provider conducts an interview and assessment to discover the cause of the clients disease, which is the:

A.  diagnosis

B.  etiology

C.  sign

D.  symptom

12. The patient complains of headache and nausea. The health care provider should chart these:

A.  diagnoses

B.  signs

C.  symptoms

D.  traumas

13. A radiologic procedure that uses computer imaging to produce three-dimensional images of organs in the chest and abdomen is know as a(n):

A.  CAT scan

B.  endoscopy

C.  MRI

D.  ultrasound

14. Which medical term is spelled correctly?

A.  anterioposterior

B.  caudial

C.  infrachrondal

D.  sequelae

15. Which is a suffix that means pertaining to?

A.  -ad

B.  -al

C.  -logy

D.  -pathy

Short Answer

Write the word or phrase that best completes each statement or answers the question. All answers to questions asking for a combining form must be written with a combining vowel and a slash; for example, the combining form meaning heart is cardi/o. All answers to questions asking for a suffix must be written with a hyphen before the suffix; for example, the suffix meaning cell is -cyte. All answers to questions asking for a prefix must be written with a hyphen after the prefix; for example, the prefix meaning two is bi-.

 

16. What is the term for the study of body function?

17. What is the medical term that means pertaining to the middle and side<

18. What is the medical term for toward the tail?

19. The word root that means the opposite of posterior is ________.

20. The medical term that means pertaining to the front and the back is ________.

21. The coronal plane divides the body into anterior and ________ portions.

22. What is the sheet of muscle that separates the thoracic and abdominal cavities?

23. What cavity contains the heart and lungs?

24. What is the medical term for a disease that is induced by medical treatment?

25. What is the medical term for a disease of unknown cause or origin?

True/False

Write T if the statement is true and F if the statement is false.

26.

_______ Anatomy is the study of body structure.

27.

_______ Proxim/o is the combining form that means away from a point of reference.

28.

_______ A sagittal plane is a vertical plane that passes through the body from front to back and divides the body into right and left portions.

29.

_______ The dorsal cavity contains the cranial and spinal cavities.

30.

_______ If a client complains of pain in his abdomen above his belly and umbilicus, the health care provider should chart that the client is complaining of epigastric pain.

31.

_______ The lumbar region of the abdomen is located to the right and left of the hypochondriac region.

32.

_______ The chest region is known as the thoracic region.

33.

_______ Inflammation is a response to trauma that is characterized by redness, swelling, heat, and pain.

34.

_______ A diagnostic procedure that uses radioactive substances to create images is called positron emission tomography.

35.

_______ Diagnostic imaging that creates three-dimensional images using magnetic fields to trace the element hydrogen in soft tissues is known as ultrasound.

Essay

Write your answers on a separate sheet of paper.

36. Describe the anatomical position.

37. What is homeostasis, and what happens when the body fails to maintain homeostasis?

Chapter 3

Multiple Choice

Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.

1.   List building blocks of the body in order, from simple to complex.

A.  atoms, tissues, cells, organs

B.  cells, molecules, organs, tissues

C.  molecules, cells, tissues, organs

D.  organs, tissues, cells, atoms

2.   The word root that means color is:

A.  chrom

B.  lei

C.  rhabd

D.  thel

3.   One who studies tissues is known as a(n):

A.  cytologist

B.  histologist

C.  oncologist

D.  pathologist

4.   DNA, which contains genetic material, is the universal acronym for:

A.  denatured acidic material

B.  deoxynucleic acid

C.  deoxyribonucleic acid

D.  dioxide nucleic acid

5.   The parts of a cell that perform many of its functions, such as construction of molecules and release of energy, are known as:

A.  cell membranes

B.  chromosomes

C.  nuclei

D.  organelles

6.   Which medical term is spelled correctly?

A.  cyteplasm

B.  epithilial

C.  nuerons

D.  rhabdomyoma

7.   Which is NOT a type of muscle tissue?

A.  cardiac

B.  nerve

C.  skeletal

D.  smooth

8.   Which prefix means up, toward, or apart?

A.  ana-

B.  dys-

C.  epi-

D.  meta-

9.   The prefix meta- means:

A.  after or change

B.  up, toward, or apart

C.  excessive or above normal

D.  upon

10. Which combining form means flesh or muscle?

A.  aden/o

B.  lei/o

C.  neur/o

D.  sarc/o

11. Which suffix means formation, cause, or produce?

A.  -gen

B.  -plasia

C.  -oid

D.  -sis

12. A malignant tumor of glandular epithelial tissue is known as:

A.  adenocarcinoma

B.  anaplasia

C.  fibrosarcoma

D.  lymphoma

13. The spreading of cancer cells from the primary tumor is known as:

A.  dysplasia

B.  hyperplasia

C.  metastasis

D.  oncogenic

14. A malignant carcinoma that arises from connective tissue is known as:

A.  lipoma

B.  lymphoma

C.  neuroma

D.  sarcoma

15. A treatment for cancer using drugs is known as:

A.  chemotherapy

B.  oncogenic therapy

C.  radiation therapy

D.  remission therapy

Short Answer

Write the word or phrase that best completes each statement or answers the question. All answers to questions asking for a combining form must be written with a combining vowel and a slash; for example, the combining form meaning heart is cardi/o. All answers to questions asking for a suffix must be written with a hyphen before the suffix; for example, the suffix meaning cell is -cyte. All answers to questions asking for a prefix must be written with a hyphen after the prefix; for example, the prefix meaning two is bi-.

 

16. Which suffix means small?

17. The three parts of a cell are the cell membrane, cytoplasm, and ________.

18. The four types of tissue are connective, muscle, nervous, connectiand ________.

19. The spreading of cells from a malignant tumor through the blood and lymph system is known as ________.

20. What iWhat is the medical term for a benign tumor of smooth muscle?_<

21. A benign tumor of muscle tissue is known as ________.

22. A skin cancer that bears a dark pigment is known as ________.

23. Cancer that is in the early stages before metastasis is known as ________.

24. Substances that cause DNA damage that leads to cancer are known as ________.

25. What is the medical term for abnormal tissue development?What is  W

True/False

Write T if the statement is true and F if the statement is false.

26.

_______ The smallest living structures are atoms and molecules.

27.

_______ Similar cells with common goals combine to form organs.

28.

_______ Oncogenes are mutated genes that cause the reproduction of mutated cells.

29.

_______ The nucleus is the main body of the cell, which is a thick fluid that contains organelles.

30.

_______ Epithelial tissue consists of cells that are arranged close together and form a protective barrier.

31.

_______ Besides forming connections between organs, connective tissue functions as support and protection.

32.

_______ Benign tumors that arise from connective or muscle tissues are usually named by adding the suffix -sarcoma.

33.

_______ Osteosarcoma is a malignant cancer of bone.

34.

_______ The actual alteration of DNA that results in the loss of cell control is called a mutation.

35.

_______ A malignant, solid tumor of lymphoid tissue is fibrosarcoma.

Essay

Write your answers on a separate sheet of paper.

36. Describe the structure of the human body.

37. Use medical terms to d escribe how cancer develops.

Chapter 4

Multiple Choice

Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.

1.   The pale area at the proximal end of the nail is the:

A.  cuticle

B.  eponychium

C.  lunula

D.  sensory receptor

2.   Which medical term is spelled correctly?

A.  oncyhomalacia

B.  rhytidoplasty

C.  sebacious

D.  zeroderma

3.   The word root that means nail is:

A.  onych

B.  pachy

C.  scler

D.  trich

4.   The combining form myc/o means:

A.  fungus

B.  nail

C.  thick

D.  wrinkles

5.   The definition of the suffix -malacia is:

A.  abnormal state

B.  excessive discharge

C.  inflammation

D.  softening

6.   The medical suffix that means view of is:

A.  -malacia

B.  -opsy

C.  -osis

D.  -tome

7.   Which medical term means disease-related death of tissue?

A.  necrosis

B.  onychomalacia

C.  onychophagia

D.  xanthoderma

8.   The abused client comes to the emergency room with multiple purplish patches on the skin caused by leaking blood vessels. The health care worker would chart that the client has:

A.  abrasions

B.  ecchymoses

C.  lesions

D.  petechiae

9.   An abscess is defined as:

A.  a closed sac or pouch that contains fluid

B.  a collection of pus from a localized infection

C.  the formation of local hard areas on the skin or elsewhere

D.  a skin wound caused by scraping

10. An injury to the skin that causes discoloration and swelling without breaking the skin surface is known as a:

A.  contusion

B.  laceration

C.  fissure

D.  vesicle

11. The patients skin has a yellowish coloration. The health care provider should chart that the skin:

A.  has induration

B.  has pallor

C.  is erythematous

D.  is jaundiced

12. A small, solid, circumscribed skin elevation is a:

A.  macule

B.  nevus

C.  papule

D.  vesicle

13. A chronic skin condition characterized by red lesions with silvery scales is known as:

A.  cellulitis

B.  herpes

C.  pediculosis

D.  psoriasis

14. Vitiligo is defined as a:

A.  condition in which a loss of pigment-producing cells results in whitish areas of skin

B.  contagious skin infection characterized by blisters that later erupt to form a yellowish crust

C.  fungal infection of the skin

D.  skin infection composed of a cluster of boils and caused by staphylococci bacteria

15. Which term is spelled correctly?

A.  echymosis

B.  emolient

C.  hydradenitis

D.  paronychia

Short Answer

Write the word or phrase that best completes each statement or answers the question. All answers to questions asking for a combining form must be written with a combining vowel and a slash; for example, the combining form meaning heart is cardi/o. All answers to questions asking for a suffix must be written with a hyphen before the suffix; for example, the suffix meaning cell is -cyte. All answers to questions asking for a prefix must be written with a hyphen after the prefix; for example, the prefix meaning two is bi-.

 

16. Some patients have dark skin because of increased amounts of ________, which serves to protect the skin from ultraviolet light.

17. The ________ glands release fluid, which lubricates the skin and hair by forming an oily film.

18. The outermost layer of skin is known as the ________.

19. The combining form that means hair is ________.

20. The word roots that mean skin are derm, derma, dermat, and ________.

21. The excessive discharge of sebum is ________.

22. Surgical removal of a nail is known as ________.

23. What is the medical term for the surgical repair of wrinkles?What is

24. What is the medical term for the loss or lack of scalp hair, or baldness?

25. What is the medical term for a symptom of itching?

True/False

Write T if the statement is true and F if the statement is false.

26.

_______ Skin cells become filled with the tough, waterproof protein keratin and die.

27.

_______ Collagen is a tough protein that glues the dermis to the underlying layer of tissue, the subcutaneous layer.

28.

_______ The combining form that means death is crypt/o.

29.

_______ The suffix -ia means pertaining to.

30.

_______ The suffix -phagia means eating or swallowing.

31.

_______ The definition of diaphoresis is profuse sweating.

32.

_______ Cicatrix are pinpoint skin hemorrhages.

33.

_______ The client who is allergic to shellfish accidentally ingested some shrimp. The client should be observed for verruca.

34.

_______ Infestation of the hair and skin with lice is known as impetigo.

35.

_______ Dermatoheteroplasty is surgical repair using skin from a source other than the patient.

Essay

Write your answers on a separate sheet of paper.

36. Discuss the functions of the integumentary system.

37. Describe the process of skin repair.

Chapter 5

Multiple Choice

Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.

1.   The word root orth means:

A.  bone

B.  joint

C.  muscle

D.  straight

2.   The medical term bradykinesia means:

A.  abnormally slow movement

B.  abnormally slow growth of long bones

C.  inability to coordinate muscles

D.  joint stiffness

3.  

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