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Phlebotomy Medical Terminology Quiz


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Blood poisoning, especially that caused by bacteria or their toxins.

A. Toxicemia

B. Toxicology

C. Sepsis

D. Septicemia


The state of the body early in the morning approximately 12 hours after the last ingestion of food or other nutrition

A. Basal State

B. Base State

C. Equilibrium State

D. Crenate Stae


What gives blood its color?

A. Erythrocytes

B. Hemoglobin

C. Thrombocytes

D. Lymphocytes


A hole made by boring or piercing; an opening passing through or into something.

A. Lumen

B. Invasive

C. Insertion

D. Perforation


A plastic or glass sealed vacuum tube used to collect a blood specimen obtained through venipuncture

A. Closed Tube System

B. Evacuated Tube Method

C. Winged Infused Method

D. Closed Infused Method


Pinpoint flat round red spots under the skin surface caused by blood that has leaked from the capillaries into the skin.

A. Ecchymosis

B. Petechiae

C. Hematoma

D. Thrombosis


The death of most or all of the cells in an organ or tissue due to disease, injury, or failure of the blood supply

A. Thrombosis

B. Ecchymosis

C. Hemolysis

D. Necrosis


A group of disorders that destroy blood vessels by inflammation. Both arteries and veins are affected

A. Phlebitis

B. Thrombosis

C. Vasculitis

D. Arteriolitis


The study of the microscopic appearance of cells, especially for the diagnosis of abnormalities and malignancies.

A. Pathology

B. Cytology

C. Histopathology

D. Hematology


The development of new blood vessels.

A. Hematology

B. Hemolysis

C. Thrombosis

D. Angiogenesis


The formation or presence of a blood clot in a blood vessel

A. Hematoma

B. Ecchymosis

C. Thrombosis

D. Phlebitis


Divides the body into upper and lower sections

A. Superior

B. Inferior

C. Coronal

D. Transverse


Bradycardia means

A. Heart beat

B. Slow heart beat

C. Fast heart beat

D. Skipped heart beat


The rupture or destruction of red blood cells

A. Thrombosis

B. Hemolysis

C. Ecchymosis

D. Crenate


A large WBC (phagocytic) found at sites of infection.

A. Phlebitis

B. Melanocytes

C. Necrosis

D. Macrophage


Relating to, involving, or requiring an absence of free oxygen.

A. Aerobic

B. Anaerobic

C. Cyanosis

D. Oxyhemoglobin


A Tuberculosis-like disease that causes many medical disorders; associated with Crohn’s Disease

A. Bacilli

B. Staphylococci

C. Myobacteriosis

D. Diplococci


Once someone is exposed to Lead they can never recover

A. TRUE

B. FALSE


Also known as ectoderm, the outermost layer of the epidermic tissues such as nails, hair, and glands of the skin

A. Thrombosis

B. Crenate

C. Exoderm

D. Integumentary Glands


What child vaccine has everyone thinking it leads to Autism?

A. Chicken Pox

B. Pertussis

C. Diptheria

D. Measles


A solid swelling of clotted blood within the tissues

A. Hematoma

B. Ecchymosis

C. Thrombosis

D. Hemolysis


Shriveled red blood cell

A. Crenate

B. Hemolysis

C. Thrombosis

D. Ecchymosis


A benign tumor of fatty tissue found just below the skin

A. Sarcoma

B. Melanoma

C. Lipoma

D. Lymphoma


Besides contaminated water and exposure to Lead Poisoning, what other catastrophe did the residents of Flint, Michigan experience?

A. Measles

B. Autism

C. Dysentery

D. Legionnaires Disease


A medical test done on someone to assess their platelets function.

A. Platelet Function Test

B. Thrombocyte Blood Count

C. Reticulocyte Count

D. Bleeding Time Test




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