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Retropharyngeal abscess

A) a severe infection of epiglottis

B) an infection of the lymph nodes at the back f the throat

C) an infection of the gastrointestinal tract

D) a highly contagious infection caused by bacterium Bordetella pertussis

Paranasal

A) in the nasal cavity

B) near the nasal cavity

C) inside the nose

D) within the nasopharynx area

Melatonin

A) hormone that maintains the secondary sex characteristics

B) hormone that effects skin pigmentation

C) hormone that influences intracellular metabolism

D) hormone that stimulates uterine contractions

Polypharmacy

A) treatment of a patient performing a surgery

B) treatment of a patient with more than one type of medicine

C) treatment of a patient with one type of medicine

D) treatment of patient using physiotherapy

Full-term infant

A) an infant that spends 37 to 42 weeks in the uterus

B) an infant that spends more than 42 weeks in the uterus

C) an infant that spends less than 37 weeks in the uterus

D) an infant that spend s 35 to 44 weeks in the uterus

To wean

A) to accustom taking breast milk

B) to accustom taking food other than milk

C) to accustom crawling

D) to accustom walking independently

Mycetogenic

A) caused by viruses

B) caused by bacteria

C) caused by fungi

D) caused by protozoa

Diphtheria

A) a highly contagious viral infection

B) a viral infection of the upper and lower airways

C) an infection of the gastrointestinal tract

D) a contagious, sometimes fatal disease caused by bacterium

Panacea

A) a medicine said to be a cure for all diseases and disorders

B) a medicine for severe headaches

C) a medicine used to cure childhood disorders

D) a medicine for external use

Endoparasite

A) a parasite that lives on the surface of the skin

B) a parasite living on the plants

C) a parasite that lives inside the host

D) a parasite living in the cells nucleus

Prostate gland

A) the region of the body between the anus and the genital organs, including some of the underlying structures

B) a hollow muscular organ within the pelvic cavity of the female housing the fetus and aiding by contraction in its expulsion at parturition

C) a gland in the males that surrounds the neck of the bladder and urethra and secretes a liquid constituent of the semen

D) the pouch of skin containing the testes in the males

Anomaly

A) something irregular or inconsistent

B) state of being well and free fro illnesses

C) healthy condition of the body

D) active physical or mental strength

Pediatrician

A) a medical doctor who treats adolescents

B) a medical doctor who treats elderly people

C) a medical doctor who treats children

D) a medical doctor who treats grown-ups

Mammary

A) pertaining to mothers

B) pertaining to breasts

C) pertaining to mammals

D) pertaining to relatives

Antipyretic

A) an agent that relieves or reduces pain

B) a drug used for diabetics treatment

C) an agent that relieves or reduces fever

D) a substance used by an addict

Pseudomembrane

A) thin flexible skin-like tissue

B) sheet of material composed of dead blood cells, bacteria, and other substances

C) slimy substance coating the inner surface of hollow organs of the body

D) colourless liquid that forms in the mouth

Bactericidal

A) of bacterial origin

B) pertaining to bacteria

C) being able of killing bacteria

D) impermeable to bacteria

Croup

A) viral infection causing pain when chewing

B) viral infection of the upper and lower airways

C) viral infection causing painful enlargement of the salivary glands

D) viral infection producing a characteristic rash

Panatrophy

A) atrophy of muscles

B) skin atrophy

C) atrophy of bones

D) general atrophy of the body

Thermoanaesthesia

A) the use of drugs to reduce pain

B) the use of heat to alleviate pain

C) acupuncture used for pain relieving

D) the use of cold to ease pain

Benign tumour

A) cancerous neoplasm

B) malignant growth

C) noncancerous enlargement

D) carcinoma

Mental retardation

A) high intellectual ability present from early infancy

B) very slow physical development of an infant

C) very quick physical development of an infant

D) subaverage intellectual ability present from birth or early infancy

Pyrotherapy

A) treatment of disease using mineral waters

B) treatment of disease by inducing an artificial fever in patient

C) treatment of patient with the use of medicinal herbs

D) treatment of patient administering different drugs

Antitoxin

A) agent to kill fungi

B) antibody to neutralize circulating toxin

C) poisonous substance formed in the body

D) substance used in medicine as stimulant

Bacteremia

A) presence of harmful bacteria in the gastrointestinal tract

B) severe infection of epiglottis

C) infection of the lymph nodes

D) presence of bacteria in the blood stream




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