A. Have their fungus analysis made

C. do

D. are

E. have

9. ...you ever had any serious injuries?

A. Did

B. Have

C. Do

D. Had

E. Has

10. I ... not taken the medication yet.

A. to be

B. do

C. did

D. have

E. am

11. ...you already had your operation?

A. have

B. did

C. do

D. had

E. has

12. They have already... the old hospitals.

A. has rebuilt

B. rebuilt

C. rebuilts

D. to rebuild

E. rebuild

13. The patient ...got up yet, and its 11 oclock!

A. not have

B. is not

C. does not

D. gets

E. has not

14. I a student in 2009.

A. has

B. are

C. is

D. were

E. was

15. She English very well when she was a child.

A. spoke

B. spoken

C. speaking

D. to speak

E. speak

16. The heart located in the chest cavity.

A. were

B. have

C. is

D. are

E. does

17. He wanted to a cardiologist.

A. being

B. be

C. been

D. was

E. are

18. He bad so we went to the hospital.

A. is felt

B. are feeling

C. felt

D. feeling

E. are felt

19. All students three classes a day last year.

A. has

B. having

C. had

D. has had

E. are had

20. Did you what the patient said?

A. understand

B. understands

C. understanding

D. have understand

E. understood

21. My brother as a dentist three years ago.

A. working

B. work

C. have worked

D. is work

E. worked

22. What do salivary glands ?

A. producing

B. produced

C. have produced

D. is produced

E. produce

23. She miss classes last year.

A. didnt

B. hadn't

C. have did

D. don't

E. haven't

24. How much money you pay for the pills?

A. do

B. doing

C. is done

D. is

E. done

25. Peter never TV when he was a student.

A. watch

B. watching

C. watched

D. watching

E. is watching

26. James of headache.

A. complain

B. complains

C. are complaining

D. have complained

E. is complained

27. Alex from the University a year ago.

A. had graduated

B. has graduated

C. graduates

D. graduated

E. graduate

28. Ann and Mario doctors.

A. is

B. was

C. has

D. are

E. be

29. Diane and I first in 1987.

A. met

B. meeting

C. is meeting

D. have been meeting

E. meets

30. they in Berlin last year?

A. Is

B. Has been

C. Are

D. Was

E. Were

31. His disease several years ago.

A. begin

B. beginned

C. began

D. begun

E. begins

32. He not have enough money to buy anything to eat.

A. has

B. was

C. is

D. are

E. did

33. My mother a headache last night.

A. had

B. have

C. is

D. has got

E. does

34. He operated on last Monday.

A. does

B. was

C. are

D. has been

E. did

35. Last night she did not because of her toothache.

A. sleeping

B. sleep

C. slept

D. sleeps

E. has slept

36. you go for a walk last Saturday?

A. do

B. were

C. did

D. has

E. are

37. This time last year I living in France.

A. was

B. is

C. am

D. has been

E. did

38. Do you a toothache?

A. got

B. had

C. have

D. has

E. having

39. She examined by the ophthalmologist three months ago.

A. has been

B. is

C. were

D. was

E. does

40. Yesterday the doctor him some drugs.

A. has prescribed

B. prescribes

C. is prescribing

D. prescribed

E. had prescribed

41. I was tired but I sleep.

A. may not

B. must

C. have to

D. cant

E. couldnt

42. Its a law and you do so.

A. can

B. would

C. may

D. are able to

E. must

43. Surgery be indicated in this case.

A. may

B. has

C. be

D. are

E. am

44. You are feverish. I think that we call in a doctor.

A. is

B. am

C. should

D. has

E. need

45. Your disease can be by a virus.

A. am caused

B. caused

C. is causing

D. are causing

E. was caused

46. Anna the test before.

A. was

B. does

C. did

D. being

E. is

47. Yesterday I at hospital.

A. will be

B. is

C. was

D. are

E. were

48. They in London in 1998.

A. are

B. am

C. were

D. is

E. was

49. The brain ... the main part of the central nervous system.

A. were

B. does

C. can

D. is

E. are

50. She taken to the hospital a long time ago.

A. is

B. are

C. am

D. were

E. was

51. He operated on last Saturday

A. is

B. am

C. were

D. are

E. was

52. His disease caused by smoking.

A. were

B. are

C. was

D. does

E. did

53. She ill with pneumonia.

A. is

B. were

C. should

D. might

E. am

54. Yesterday the patientunderstand what the doctor said.

A. is not

B. did not

C. has not

D. have not

E. will not

55. I ... the university in 2001

A. entering

B. entered

C. to enter

D. enters

E. is entered

56. After the treatment the patient better.

A. feeling

B. are feeling

C. felt

D. feel

E. have felt

57. The patient had an injection.

A. have

B. is

C. am

D. has

E. are

58. Did you your pills yesterday?

A. was taking

B. are

C. took

D. take

E. were taking

59. Last month he at hospital.

A. was

B. were

C. are

D. am

E. is

60. The therapeutist him about the pain.

A. were asking

B. have asked

C. is

D. asked

E. are

61. The neurologist the necessary treatment.

A. would prescribed

B. did prescribed

C. prescribe

D. prescribing

E. prescribed

62. After the treatment, the patient was from the hospital

A. discharged

B. is discharged

C. were discharged

D. discharging

E. discharge

63. Why you administer that treatment?

A. have

B. did

C. is

D. are

E. has

64. Who the laboratory tests for you?

A. make

B. am making

C. did

D. making

E. to make

65. The patients condition did not until last week.

A. improves

B. improving

C. is improve

D. improve

E. to improve

66. What time the pain appear?

A. do

B. are

C. am

D. is

E. did

67. I ... leave now not to be late for the classes.

A. has to

B. have

C. had

D. think

E. must

68. Students ... eat or drink in the classrooms.

A. does not have to

B. does

C. has to do

D. is not

E. must not

69. You ... talk during the examination.

A. must not

B. has to

C. does not

D. was able to

E. have

70. You ... pay before 21st January.

A. does not have to

B. is

C. must to

D. is not able to

E. must

71. ... you use a computer?

A. Can

B. Is able to

C. Has to

D. Have

E. Are able to

72. Alan has to study for his exam, but he ... concentrate.

A. are not able to

B. can not

C. have to

D. do not have to

E. have

73. You ... eat so much chocolate! It is bad for you.

A. must to

B. is able to

C. has to

D. does not have to

E. should not

74. You ... leave the room without permission.

A. must not

B. is able to

C. has to

D. did have

E. do

75. Sorry, I do not understand. I ... speak German.

A. is able to

B. were able to

C. have

D. does not

E. can not

76. I ... go there yesterday because I was busy.

A. could not

B. can not

C. will be able to

D. may

E. must

77. Emma ... swim very well for a child of her age.

A. have to

B. can

C. am able to

D. do

E. have

78. You have worked very hard. You ... be tired.

A. does

B. could not do

C. do not

D. is able to

E. must


79. It is very important. You ... be here at 6. 00 tomorrow.

A. was not

B. could not

C. must

D. does not have to

E. were

80. The exam we took yesterday was long, so I ... finish all the questions.

A. could not

B. can not

C. may

D. is not

E. must

81. I ... do a lot of homework now.

A. were able to

B. could

C. could not

D. did not have to

E. must

82. I did not do my homework yesterday because I ... remember the exercise.

A. can

B. can not

C. could not

D. must

E. must not

83. I did not phone Jim yesterday because I ... remember his number.

A. has to

B. can to

C. could not to

D. could not

E. must not to

84. I looked for my wallet but I ... find it anywhere.

A. may to

B. can to

C. is able to

D. does

E. could not

85. I did not go to the library yesterday because I ... find the time.

A. does

B. will not

C. may

D. could not

E. does not

86. Sorry, but I ... come to your party next Friday.

A. can to

B. could not

C. can not

D. must to

E. had to

87. ... you help me to move this table now?

A. Can

B. Could to

C. May to

D. Is able to

E. Must to

88. When the lights are red you ... stop.

A. can not to

B. must to

C. is able to

D. must

E. does not

89. Sorry I did not do the shopping, but I ... go to the supermarket yesterday.

A. can

B. could not

C. can not

D. must

E. could to

90. You ... watch television all day. It is bad for your eyes.

A. are

B. does not

C. should not

D. has to

E. is able to

91. Where ... to go yesterday?

A. should you

B. must you

C. can you

D. could you

E. did you have

92. Students ... leave the coats in this room.

A. can not

B. is able to

C. does

D. has to

E. has

93. Yesterday Helen ... do her homework because she was ill.

A. must not

B. can

C. could not

D. can not

E. should not

94. Parking here is forbidden. You ... leave your car here.

A. does

B. is able to

C. has

D. must not

E. has to

95. As a child Ann ... run much faster than her friends.

A. has

B. can

C. must

D. must not

E. could

96. If your little daughter has to be examined you go to a ...

A. Pediatrician

B. Chemists

C. Recovery room

D. Respiratory system

E. Bandage

97. A ... is used to measure the heat of the body.

B. urinary system

C. thermometer

D. ambulance

E. ward

F. insurance

98. The patients suffering from insulin deficiency should ...

A. Have their fungus analysis made

B. Undergo X-ray examination

C. Examine protein and sugar level

D. Consult a surgeon

E. Have their gastric juice tested

99. If the patients leg muscles need some practice, the nurse should ...

A. Make the toilet of the patients tongue and gums

B. Have his blood analysis made

C. Check the function of his cardiovascular system

D. Massage the muscles of the patients injured leg every day

E. Make insurance payments

100. The arteries belong to the ... system

A. musculoskeletal

B. reproductive

C. urinary

D. endocrine

E. cardiovascular

101. The doctors or dentists room where patients come to consult him is called ...

A. Surgery

B. Partnership

C. Responsibility

D. Insurance

E. Consultant

102. On admission to the hospital the patients ... was 39C.

A. headache

B. respiration rate

C. arterial pressure

D. temperature

E. attack

103. The condition of this patient is very serious, he should be treated at the ... department.

A. out-patient

B. reception

C. recovery

D. in-patient

E. day-patient

104. The patients ... was 100 per minute.

A. temperature

B. diagnosis

C. backache

D. pulse rate

E. sputum

105. To magnify small objects we should use a ...

A. Stethoscope

B. Knife

C. Needle

D. Doctors gown

E. Microscope

106. The National Health Service is the medical service in ...

A. Ukraine

B. France

C. Great Britain

D. Germany

E. The USA

107. The study of tumors is called ... .

A. Ophthalmology

B. Radiology

C. Oncology

D. Gynecology

E. Urology

108. The symptoms of the stroke include ...

B. Prevention and treatment

C. Research and education

D. Running nose and cold

B. Organ transplants

A. Bones

B. Gain

C. Facility

D. Pain

E. Main

111. A ... gives his patients regular examinations and inoculations.

A. medical departments

B. insurance

C. eyesight

D. family doctor

E. digestive system

112. The staff of American hospitals includes:

D. Residents and interns

E. Medicare and Medicaid

114. Such diseases as ... are the chief causes of death and suffering in America today.

A. Organization

B. Intern

C. Group-practice

D. Intestine

E. Family doctor

116. Sick people are looked after by nurses and consulting physicians in ... .

A. retirement benefits

B. libraries

C. ventricles

D. hospitals

E. health insurance

117. The eye is the sense organ of .

A. heartbeating

B. hearing

C. vision

D. responsibilty

E. ventricle

118. A medical field dealing with the diseases of organs that pass urine and of the male reproductive organs is called ...

A. health insurance

B. reproductive system

C. responsibility

D. urology

E. gastroenterology

119. What did the test?

A. to show

B. showing

C. showed

D. show

E. to showing

120. Where did the rash ?

A. did

B. to appear

C. appeared

D. appearing

E. appear

121. This disease usually in neuritis.

A. results

B. result

C. resulting

D. was result

E. have resulted

122. This tumor usually on the face.

A. appear

B. appears

C. was appeared

D. is appeared

E. to appear

123. Melanomas usually on the skin.

A. to occur

B. occurring

C. is occurred

D. occurs

E. occur

124. Two days ago the patient fever.

A. have

B. had

C. to have

D. has

E. having

125. The disease often the mouth.

A. to affected

B. affect

C. affecting

D. affects

E. are affecting

126. This disease usually on the scalp.

A. are occurring

B. occurring

C. to occur

D. occurs

E. have occurred

127. The first symptoms yesterday.

A. to appeared

B. appearing

C. to appear

D. appeared

E. have appeared

128. Later the symptoms did not .

A. changing

B. to change

C. to changed

D. changed

E. change

129. the disease affect the muscles?

A. Does

B. Are

C. Were

D. Was

E. Am

130. The boy a very high temperature last night.

A. have

B. to have

C. to had

D. having

E. had

131. The disease in the childhood.

A. did

B. began

C. to began

D. begun

E. were

132. People who want to lose weight stick to

A. food

B. sleep

C. a diet

D. wash

E. a talk

133. If you have gastritis, you should restrict consuming food

A. fat-free

B. fat-restricted

C. healthy

D. fat

E. vitaminized

134. It is very important vegetables and fruits because they contain abundance of vitamins

A. to look at

B. to consume

C. to throw away

D. to drink

E. to cut

135. Three main nutrients in food are fats, proteins and

A. carbohydrates

B. calories

C. vitamins

D. oils

E. sweets

136. Foods which are rich in are eggs, beans, meat, milk, legumes

A. fats

B. grains

C. oils

D. proteins

E. weight

137. Measles and are childrens infections

A. cancer

B. flu

C. cold

D. arthritis

E. mumps

138. can prevent your child from getting serious infectious diseases

A. punishment

B. Immunization

C. watching TV

D. understanding

E. study

139. Every medicine has some or risks associated with their use

A. things

B. patients

C. doctors

D. side effects

E. vaccination

140. is a rare but severe allergic reaction

A. flu

B. nausea

C. anaphylaxis

D. headache

E. sleep

141. People should be vaccinated against

A. tetanus

B. rhinitis

C. cold

D. gastritis

E. headache

142. are substances which your body produces in your blood to fight illnesses and infections

A. viruses

B. antibodies

C. steroids

D. antibiotics

E. vaccines

143. is a very contagious and potentially life-threatening infection that usually attacks the throat and the nose

A. cough

B. gastritis

C. diphtheria

D. heart attack

E. kidney insufficiency

144. In drug stores sell medicines to people

A. doctors

B. laboratory assistants

C. nurses

D. pharmacists

E. surgeons

145. Cancer is treated by

A. manual therapy

B. radiotherapy

C. aromatherapy

D. physiotherapy

E. chemotherapy

146. It is for pregnant women to be x-rayed because of the danger to the fetus

A. contraindicated

B. necessity

C. joy

D. condition

E. rule

147. can result in unwanted side effects

A. drug prescriptions

B. drug contraindications

C. drug production

D. drug sale

E drug interations

148. A negative reaction to a drug or medical procedure is called

A positive effect

B. drug interation

C. an adverse reaction

D. potentiation

E. toxicity

149. If you want to buy some medicines you should go to the

A. operating theatre

B. theatre

C. first aid station

D. pharmacy

E. shop

150. is the condition of being poisonous

A. toxicology

B. interaction

C. recovery

D. toxicity

E. potentiation

151. The side effects of taking this medicine are , nausea, vomiting, etc.

A. fractures

B. pregnancy

C. recovery

D. dizziness

E. good health

152. The ability to produce cancer is called

A. dialysis

B. teratogenicity

C. dizziness

D. lethargy

E. carcinogenicity

153. is the capacity of a drug to cause fetal abnormalities

A. teratogenicity

B. mutagenicity

C. carcinogenicity

D. dialysis

E. diuresis

154. The doctor administered him a gastric because of the food poisoning

A. juice

B. lavage

C. indication

D. dizziness

E. teratogenicity

155. Discharge of urine in large amounts is called

A. dialysis

B. ingestion

C. dizziness

D. diuresis

E. lavage

156. When kidneys fail and a person doesnt have kidney transplants, he will need treatment called

A. dialysis

B. diuresis

C. teratogenicity

D. lavage

E. ingestion

157. When a person doesnt sleep for a long time, he/she may have a

A. diarrhea

B. rash

C. headache

D. lavage

E. diuresis

158. and vomiting are the common symptoms of an illness.

A. insufficiency

B. ingestion

C. dialysis

D. lavage

E. nausea

159. Due to the extremely high number of cases of this disease the in this country is very high.

A. insufficiency

B. mortality

C. life

D. ingestion

E. rash

160. Renal is a poor function of the kidneys.

A. urine

B. lavage

C. rash

D. insufficiency

E. headache

161. The common sign of dermatitis is

A. rash

B. diarrhea

C. insufficiency

D. diuresis

E. vomiting

162. One of the symptoms of food poisoning is

A. diuresis

B. vomiting

C. appetite

D. lavage

E. insufficiency

163. This medicine may have side-effects, such as

A. lavage

B. insufficiency

C. diarrhea

D. dialysis

E. ingestion

164. The doctor asked his patient to make a to examine sugar

A. injection

B. anesthesia

C. insufficiency

D. blood test

E. cardiogram

165. Because of frequent headaches was scheduled for him

A. computed tomography

B. gastric lavage

C. electrocardiography

D. feces analysis

E. anesthesia

166. is imaging of blood vessels.

A. urinalysis

B. anesthesia

C. electrocardiography

D. computed tomography

E. angiography

167. displays the occurrence of a heart attack.

A. electrocardiography

B. urinalyses

C. visual examination

D. abdomen ultrasound

E. anesthesia

168. is commonly used to diagnose a urinary tract or kidney infection.

A. angiography

B. electrocardiography

C. computed tomography

D. anesthesia

E. urinalysis

169. tests the central nervous system.

A. urinalysis

B. electrocardiography

C. angiography

D. electroencephalography

E. blood test

170. is imaging of the bile ducts by x-rays.

A. electroencephalography

B. cholangiography

C. electrocardiography

D. angiography

E. blood test

171. The first of the disease were general malaise and insomnia.

A. conditions

B. elements

C. signs

D. components

E. chills

172. He had a heavy, dry , that is why he couldnt sleep at night

A. cough

B. urine

C. chills

D. dream

E. condition

173. is the first sign of the temperature elevation.

A. cough

B. chills

C. disease

D. bronchitis

E. sinusitis

174. Because of the general she couldnt work properly.

A. malaise

B. disease

C. cough

D. coryza

E. chills

175. One of the main of bronchitis is rhonchi in the chest.

A. conditions

B. signs

C. chills

D. results

E. diseases

176. testing can show if a patient has any particular germs present.

A. cough

B. chest

C. sputum

D. rale

E. heart

177. may be produced by spasms of the bronchial tubes.

A. gastritis

B. sinusitis

C. rhinitis

D. rales

E. bronchitis

178. The doctor diagnosed an upper respiratory tract

A. symptom

B. transfusion

C. sign

D. malaise

E. infection

179. The child survived owing to the timely blood

A. transfusion

B. malaise

C. sign

D. cough

E. symptom

180. Due to the disease severity the person was prescribed treatment.

A. aroma

B. emergency

C. shock

D. light

E. dental

181. Chest x-ray confirmed the diagnosis of

A. dermatitis

B. chills

C. pneumonia

D. malaise

E. cough

182. The patients with bronchitis are treated by

A. physical exercises

B. tests

C. anesthetics

D. antibiotics

E. painkillers

183. An average period of rubella is 16-18 days.

A. intubation

B. malaise

C. chills

D. cold

E. incubation

184. Smoking is a key risk factor for developing acute

A. bronchitis

B. cold

C. chills

D. incubation period

E. malaise

185. is an acute catarrhal inflammation of the mucous membrane of the nose.

A. bronchitis

B. malaise

C. chills

D. coryza

E. sinusitis

186. Headaches, running nose and swelling around the eyes are the common symptoms of

A. chills

B. symptoms

C. sinusitis

D. signs

E. rales

187. can be heard in patients with acute or severe bronchitis.

A. cries

B. songs

C. chills

D. malaise

E. rhonchi

188. The state of inactivity and apathy is called

A. gastritis

B. lethargy

C. cough

D. rales

E. chills

189. Due to cystitis he complains of

A. micturition

B. cough

C. malaise

D. ingestion

E. lavage

190. Obstetric is used to visualize the fetus.

A. electrocardiography

B. radiography

C. electroencephalography

D. urinalysis

E. ultrasonography

191. scan measures important body structures, such as blood flow, oxygen use, and sugar metabolism.

A. electrocardiography

C. urinalysis

D. x-ray

E. endoscopy

192. Cucumbers are .

A. cereals

B. vegetables

C. sweets

D. fats

E. legumes

193. The foundation of the healthy diet is .

A. fats

B. fish

C. sweets

D. cereal grains

E. vegetables

194. is not a dairy product.

A. Milk

B. Yoghurt

C. Butter

D. Nut

E. Cheese

195. Antibiotic is a .

A. disease

B. organ

C. occupation

D. drug

E. operation

196. The ability of an organism to resist disease is known as .

A. allergy

B. necrosis

C. immunity

D. inflammation

E. pregnancy

197. Flu is a .

A. medication

B. disease

C. education

D. culture

E. treatment

198. A specialist who distributes drugs is called a .

B. pharmacist

C. surgeon

D. teacher

E. dentist

F. engineer

199. The science about poisons is .

A. biology

B. toxicology

C. neurology

D. mycology

E. virology

200. We use antihypertensive drugs to prevent .

A. vomiting

B. itching

C. increased blood pressure

D. sweating

E. salivation

201. Bad functioning of an organ is known as .

A. development

B. production

C. poisoning

D. dysfunction

E. secretion

202. High blood pressure is .

A. rhinitis

B. diabetes

C. influenza

D. vomiting

E. hypertension

203. Diseases are treated with .

A. drugs

B. ears

C. tumors

D. tests

E. lungs

204. is not a viral infection.

A. flu

B. alcoholism

C. hepatitis

D. smallpox

E. measles

205. Chickenpox is a .

A. effect

B. tube

C. medication

D. coma

E. disease

206. Encephalitis is

E. Inflammation of the skin

207. Radiogram is a made with x-rays.

A. instrument

B. drug

C. percussion

D. picture

E. mask

208. Treatment of a disease with chemical agents is .

A. biography

B. bibliography

C. geography

D. toxicology

E. chemotherapy

209. Ultrasonography is a .

A. technique

B. specialist

C. entertainment

D. immunization

E. science

210. Urinalysis is the analysis of the .

A. stomach

B. urine

C. cell

D. mouth

E. eye

211. Pharynx means the .

A. hand

B. fever

C. throat

D. headache

E. face

212. One of the respiratory system disorders is .

A. toothache

B. bleeding

C. headache

D. bronchitis

E. earache

213. SARS is a .

A. cancer

B. respiratory illness

C. symptom

D. organ

E. question

214. A suspected fracture requires .

A. electrocardiogram

B. urinalysis

C. blood test

D. liver ultrasonography

E. x-ray

215. Cereal grains are the foundation of the -promoting diet

A. disease

B. flu

C. cancer

D. meningitis

E. health

216. Chicken should be eaten without .

A. eyes

B. skin

C. stomach

D. tendons

E. wings

217. Sodium should be restricted to not more than 3 g/d.

A. production

B. manufacture

C. intake

D. advantage

E. urination

218. You should more to be healthy.

A. read

B. write

C. exercise

D. listen

E. watch

219. Nuts are good for health but they contain a lot of .

A. viruses

B. bacteria

C. vesicles

D. calories

E. metastases

220. Abnormal sensitivity to any substance is .

A. cold

B. allergy

C. medication

D. pus

E. fever

221. An ability to resist infectious diseases is .

A. swelling

B. immunity

C. fever

D. meningitis

E. sensitivity

222. There are two main types of immunization: active and .

A. passive

B. anaphylactic

C. pneumococcal

D. short-term

E. ready-made

223. With passive immunization antibodies are injected into the body.

A. ready-made

B. toxic

C. spasmodic

D. intestinal

E. coughing

224. effects from vaccination are usually redness and swelling.

A. Febrile

B. Pneumococcal

C. Parasitic

D. Voluntary

E. Side

225. Most vaccinations are given during .

A. adulthood

B. diphtheria

C. typhoid

D. hepatitis

E. childhood

226. are chemicals that affect living tissues.

A. bacteria

B. viruses

C. rays

D. drugs

E. mosquitoes

227. Brand are used to identify the drugs manufactured by various drug companies.

A. words

B. vaccinations

C. side-effects

D. names

E. bacteria

228. Alcohol consumption should be .

A. rich

B. fat

C. hard

D. modest

E. difficult

F. various

229. plays an important role in protecting people from serious diseases.

A. culture

B. music

C. vaccination

D. education

E. dehydration

230. . studies origin and effects of drugs on the body.

A. Gynecology

B. Pharmacology

C. Hematology

D. Urology

E. Cytology

231. name gives the atomic and molecular structure of the drug.

A. first

B. chemical

C. middle

D. last

E. family

232. is washing out of a body cavity.

A. lavage

B. operation

C. vomiting

D. sneezing

E. cough

233. of acyclovir include nausea, vomiting, diarrhea.

A. side-effects

B. signs

C. syndromes

D. diagnosis

E. prognosis

234. is the ejection of matter from the stomach through the esophagus and mouth.

A. sneezing

B. coughing

C. sleeping

D. chewing

E. vomiting

235. is imaging of blood vessels.

A. cardiography

B. radiography

C. enecephalography

D. rhinoscopy

E. angiography

236. Electrocardiography is the recording of electrical activity of the

A. brain

B. heart

C. stomach

D. eye

E. liver

237. The use of to produce images of structures in the human body is ultrasonography.

A. colour

B. ultrasound

C. picture

D. bone

E. hair

238. is inflammation of the mucous membrane of the bronchial tubes.

A. Meningitis

B. Hepatitis

C. Carditis

D. Bronchitis

E. Rhinitis

239. Sinusitis is of the lining membrane of any sinus.

A. hardening

B. softening

C. swelling

D. inflammation

E. tiredness

240. Pulmonology is a science about .

A. heart

B. eyes

C. lungs

D. nose

E. bowels

241. Bronchoscope is an instrument for visual examination of the .

A. lungs

B. mouth

C. bronchus

D. nose

E. bones

242. is inflammation of the nose.

A. Rhinitis

B. Meningitis

C. Gastritis

D. Stomatitis

E. Dermatitis

243. Elevation of the body temperature is .

A. fever

B. hepatitis

C. depression

D. swelling

E. malaria

244. - means the process of recording.

A. Onco

B. Graphy

C. Gyneco

D. Gastro

E. Pharyngo

245. Graphy- means

A. Visual examination

B. Recording

C. Surgical cutting

D. Surgical removal

E. Spitting

246. Suffix gram- means

A. Attraction

B. Fear

C. Record

D. Breaking

E. Against

247. Suffix -graph means

A. Instrument for cutting

B. Bone cell

C. Instrument for recording

D. Ray

E. Joint

248. Radio- means

A. Absence of smth.

B. Above

C. Below

D. Rays

E. Between

249. Sono- means

A. Temperature

B. Sleep

C. Record

D. Sound

E. Electricity

250. Thermo- is the combining form for

A. Love

B. Behind

C. Bone

D. Elbow

E. Temperature

251. -scope is the suffix for

C. Rays

D. Radius

A. Nose

B. Lips

C. Tooth

D. Larynx

E. Lungs

253. Naso means

A. Nose

B. Heart

C. Stomach

D. Brain

E. Head

254. Pharyngo- means

A. Head

B. Brain

C. Throat

D. Larynx

E. Study

255. Conio- means

A. Lung

B. Blood

C. Dust

D. Red

E. White

256. Pneumo- is the combining form for

A. Intestine

B. Lung

C. Head

D. Urine]

E. Growth

257. Pneumono- means

A. Brain

B. Lung

C. Bone

D. Cartilage

E. Cell

258. Pulmono- means

A. Head

B. Lung

C. Finger

D. Skin

E. Mucus

259. Pyo- means

A. Blood

B. Urine

C. Feces

D. Pus

E. Tendon

260. Hemo- is the combing form for

A. Thigh

B. Fear]

C. Attraction

D. Blood

E. Development

261. Suffix phonia means

A. Light

B. Smell

C. Sound

D. Feeling

E. Pain

262. Suffix ptysis means

A. Spitting

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