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Can degenerate, causing Alzheimer’s disease or Parkinson’s disease

A) Cells;

B) Tissues;

C) Nerves;

D) Blood.

Reactions of the immune system in which normal body tissue is injured are called ... .

A) allergens;

B) atopic reactions;

C) anaphylaxis;

D) allergic reactions.

The ... coordinates the body movements.

A) hypothalamus;

B) thalamus;

C) cerebrum;

D) cerebellum.

One of the primary functions of the respiratory system is to bring … into the lungs.

A) carbon dioxide;

B) oxygen;

C) nitrogen;

D) hydrogen.

The cerebrum is divided into the frontal, parietal, …, and temporal lobes.

A) occipital;

B) pituitary;

C) cerebral;

D) back.

... typically develops in areas where something, such as a tight garment, rubs or scratches your skin.

A) Atopic dermatitis;

B) Stasis dermatitis;

C) Perioral dermatitis;

D) Neurodermatitis.

Influenza in which no … arise usually lasts from 2 to 3 days, and even to 5 days.

A) complications;

B) symptoms;

C) diseases;

D) conditions.

Some birth defects are inherited by receiving abnormal genes from one or both … .

A) neighbours;

B) parents;

C) recipients;

D) infants.

Subaverage intelligence can be identified and measured by standardized … .

A) intelligence tests;

B) physiology tests;

C) blood tests;

D) biology tests.

Measles vaccine is given in combination with … and rubella vaccines.

A) diabetes mellitus;

B) mumps;

C) tuberculosis;

D) encephalitis.

Down syndrome is a common cause of … .

A) mental retardation;

B) nephritis;

C) acromegaly;

D) gigantism.

… stimulates the growth of the thyroid gland.

A) Epinephrine;

B) Glucagon;

C) Progesterone;

D) Thyrotropin.

Because excessive calories are lost in the urine, the person loses … .

A) hair;

B) weight;

C) hearing;

D) teeth.

Calcium stones contain … acid.

A) saccharic;

B) lactic;

C) uric;

D) citric.

… are natural-looking replacements for missing teeth.

a) Dental implants

b) Titanium posts

с) Bone grafts

d) Sockets


… will be placed in the crown opening to protect the tooth between dental visits.

a) An artificial hip

b) A luxator

с) A fixed bridge

d) A temporary filling


A dental bridge is a … that is used to fill the gap.

a) true tooth

b) false tooth

с) primary tooth

d) milk tooth


… are materials made of acid and glass powders that contain fluoride.

a) Gold alloys

b) Ionomers

с) Porcelain

d) Porcelain fused to metal


People who … are at risk of developing oral cancer.

a) maintain good oral hygiene;

b) floss teeth twice a day;

c) smoke;

d) suffer from taste disorder.


When a person believes he has bad breath, but the odour cannot be detected by anyone else, it may be a case of psychological problem called … .

a) xerostomia

b) pseudohalitosis

c) candidiasis

d) halitosis


The best food for the health of the oral cavity includes … .

a) citrus fruits, tomatoes and lemons;

b) cakes, tarts, pastry, candies and Coca-Cola;

c) cheese, milk, meat and nuts;

d) chips, fried potato, sausage, hot-dog and pizza.


A … is a paste, liquid or powder used to help maintain good oral hygiene.

a) dental plaque

b) tooth brush

c) dental floss

d) dentifrice

... are individual nerve cells of microscopic structure.

A) Neurons;

B) Nerves;

C) Tissues;

D) Vessels.

The newborn is a product of … .

A) ten months’ pregnancy;

B) nine months’ gestation;

C) eight months’ vocations;

D) six months’ study.

Ideally, prenatal care should start before you get … .

A) diploma;

B) medical card;

C) pregnant;

D) higher education.

Keeping the newborn … is critical.

A) cool;

B) cold;

C) warm;

D) hot.

The body’s defenses against infection include natural barriers, such as … .

A) antibodies;

B) internal organs;

C) skin;

D) white blood cells.

The pseudomembrane may narrow … .

A) airways;

B) blood wessels;

C) gullet;

D) intestines.

… of measles makes a person immune for life.

A) Two attacks;

B) No attack;

C) One attack;

D) Few attacks.

Tuberculosis is … in areas of the world were poverty, malnutrition, poor general health and social disruption are present.

A) rare;

B) infrequent;

C) common;

D) occassional.

Hepatitis B virus can cause … .

A) leukemia;

B) osteoma;

C) liver cancer;

D) cancer of the ovaries.

The exchange of gases in the cells within the organs of the body is called ... .

A) inspiration;

B) expiration;

C) external respiration;

D) internal respiration.

A ... is a pathologic new growth that can be either malignant or benign.

A) tissue;

B) tumour;

C) cell;

D) nerve.

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