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Highly contagious infection

A) infection that spreads very readily from person to person

B) infection that never spreads from person to person

C) infection that sometimes spread fro animals to persons

D) infection that rarely spreads from birds to persons

Pre-school aged children

A) teenagers

B) children 10 to 12 years old

C) adolescents

D) children under 6 years old

Sudden onset

A) gradual beginning

B) unexpected beginning

C) slow termination

D) unpredicted termination

Cryasthesia

A) high sensitivity to high temperature

B) incomparable sensitivity to high temperature

C) exceptional sensitivity to low temperature

D) ordinary sensitivity to low temperature

Alveolar cell carcinoma

A) cancer originating in the pigment-producing cells of skin

B) malignant tumour originating in the air sacs of lungs

C) cancer of bone derived from flesh or connective tissue

D) benign tumour developing in the arms or legs

Prenatal

A) after birth

B) assisting in birth

C) before birth

D) pertaining to birth

Irreversible

A) unable to be altered

B) opposite in character or older

C) becoming different

D) unable to be classified

Splenomegaly

A) benign tumour of the spleen

B) atrophy of the spleen

C) pain in the spleen

D) abnormal enlargement of the spleen

Progesterone

A) thyroid-stimulating hormone

B) pregnancy-sustaining hormone

C) hormone that stimulates protein synthesis

D) hormone that stimulates the growth of the adrenal cortex

Wilm’s tumour

A) childhood cancer of kidneys

B) childhood cancer of the nervous system

C) childhood cancer of the retina

D) brain tumour

Andrology

A) the study of male infertility and erectile dysfunction

B) the study of male infertility and ovaries dysfunction

C) the study of childhood diseases

D) the study of bodily structure

Proteineuria

A) presence of protein in the blood

B) presence of protein in the saliva

C) presence of protein in the urine

D) presence of protein in bodily fluids

Fetoscope

A) estimation of the size of the fetus, especially its head, prior delivery

B) an instrument for looking at the fetus within the uterus

C) a morbid condition in the embryo or fetus

D) relating to the fetus and its placenta

Sitotherapy

A) branch of dietetics concerned with therapeutic use of food and diet

B) treatment of diseases by drugs

C) use of medicinal plants in patients treatment

D) treatment of diseases by bathing or mineral waters drinking

Gonadotropic hormones

A) hormones produced by the thyroid gland

B) hormones produced by the anterior pituitary

C) hormones produced by the pancreas

D) hormones produced by the adenohypophisis

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

Placenta

A) a hollow organ in female in which the fetus develop before birth

B) organ in the uterus that nourishes the fetus

C) flexible tube connecting the placenta to the navel of a fetus

D) small hollow in the centre of the abdomen

Mastalgia

A) pain in the kidney

B) pain in the urethra

C) pain in the breast

D) pain in the back

Paralalia

A) normal speech

B) abnormal speech

C) normal movement

D) abnormal movement

Postnatal

A) pertaining to the first four weeks after birth

B) pertaining to or occurring in the period shortly before and after birth

C) relating to the transition between the embryonic and fetal periods of development

D) an obstetrician who subspecializes in perinatology

Teratogen

A) beneficial substances contributing to recovery after labour

B) any substance, agent or process that induces the formation of developmental abnormalities in a fetus

C) the process leading to developmental abnormalities in the fetus

D) the study of developmental abnormalities and their causes

Breastfed baby

A) a newborn who is fed with mother’s milk

B) an infant fed with milk formula

C) a baby fed with cow’s milk

D) a young child given solid food

Mastopathy

A) any disease of pregnant women

B) any disease of the breasts

C) any disease of the muscles

D) any disease of elderly men

Laliophobia

A) morbid fear of speech

B) morbid fear of eating

C) morbid fear of singing

D) morbid fear of strangers

Protozoa

A) one-celled organisms like viruses

B) one-celled organisms like fungi

C) one-celled organisms like bacteria

D) one-celled organisms like ameba

Pyrogen

A) an agent causing tumours

B) an agent causing hemorrhage

C) an agent causing vomiting

D) an agent causing fever

Thermoalgesia

A) an abnormal sense of pain that is felt when part of the body is cut

B) an abnormal sense of pain that is felt when part of the body is warmed

C) an abnormal sense of pain that is felt when part of the body is frozen

D) an abnormal sense of pain that is felt when part of the body is crushed

Carcinomas

A) tumours deriving from supportive tissue

B) tumours deriving from epithelial tissue

C) tumours deriving from connective tissue

D) tumours deriving from flesh tissue

Oliguria

A) exertion of an abnormal small volume of urine

B) exertion of an abnormal large volume of urine

C) blood in the urine

D) too much protein in the urine

Acrocyanosis

A) cyanosis of the lips due to a cardiovascular disease

B) cyanosis of the face

C) cyanosis of the hands and feet dye to poor blood circulation

D) cyanosis of the skin of the whole body

Glucagon and insulin

A) hormones produced by the thyroid gland

B) hormones produced by the adrenal medulla

C) hormones produced by the pineal gland

D) hormones produced by the pancreas

Andrology

A) the study of female infertility and ovaries dysfunction

B) the study of childhood diseases

C) the study of male infertility and erectile dysfunction

D) the study of bodily structure

Obesity

A) overdevelopment

B) overweight

C) overactivity

D) overwork

Renal pelvis

A) the kidney central collecting area

B) the hollow muscular sac for temporary collection of urine

C) a bowl-like structure containing a tuft of blood vessels

D) the distal convoluted tubule




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