Medical Terminology Quiz
If a _________ begins with a consonant, then _____ a combining vowel
A. suffix, use
B. word root, use
C. suffix, do NOT use
D. word root, do NOT use
A suffix is used to describe
A. procedure, condition, disorder, disease
B. date, time, location, condition
C. anything, but only when a prefix is used
D. number, location, condition, procedure
What does “Dorsal” mean?
What is the proper word the following: hypo-, -emia, glyc/o,
______ specialize in searching for the cause of disease, identify at risk people, and determine how to stop spread
D. Microscope technician
what suffix denotes the presence of inflammation?
B. free fluids
C. fasting blood sugar
Anatomical area referring to behind the knee
Clinical term for RBC
Inflammation of the tonsils
B. body mass index
D. below, under
What does “-rrhea” mean?
D. under, below
Term meaning without symptoms
the suffix -logy, means
A. Study of
B. Specialist of
C. Absence of
D. Pertaining to
What does a pathologist specialize in?
A. Diagnosing and treating disorders of the feet
B. Diagnosing and treating disorders in children
C. Diagnosing disease by examining body tissue specimens in the lab
D. identifying people who are risk of contracting a disease
Specialized cells in your blood that help your blood to clot
A. Red blood cells
B. White blood cells
Prefix referring to the side
Prefix referring to the arm
Which of the following root words relates to this image?
Clinical term for fever
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