Can degenerate, causing Alzheimer’s disease or Parkinson’s disease
Reactions of the immune system in which normal body tissue is injured are called ... .
B) atopic reactions;
D) allergic reactions.
The ... coordinates the body movements.
One of the primary functions of the respiratory system is to bring … into the lungs.
A) carbon dioxide;
The cerebrum is divided into the frontal, parietal, …, and temporal lobes.
... 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;
Influenza in which no … arise usually lasts from 2 to 3 days, and even to 5 days.
Some birth defects are inherited by receiving abnormal genes from one or both … .
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;
Down syndrome is a common cause of … .
A) mental retardation;
… stimulates the growth of the thyroid gland.
Because excessive calories are lost in the urine, the person loses … .
Calcium stones contain … acid.
… are natural-looking replacements for missing teeth.
a) Dental implants
b) Titanium posts
с) Bone grafts
… 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
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;
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 … .
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
... are individual nerve cells of microscopic structure.
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 … .
B) medical card;
D) higher education.
Keeping the newborn … is critical.
The body’s defenses against infection include natural barriers, such as … .
B) internal organs;
D) white blood cells.
The pseudomembrane may narrow … .
B) blood wessels;
… 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.
Hepatitis B virus can cause … .
C) liver cancer;
D) cancer of the ovaries.
The exchange of gases in the cells within the organs of the body is called ... .
C) external respiration;
D) internal respiration.
A ... is a pathologic new growth that can be either malignant or benign.