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Exam: 023861RR - MEDICAL SPECIALTIES


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Questions 1 to 20: Select the best answer to each question. Note that a question and its answers may be split across a page
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1. A pathology report shows adenocarcinoma. What type of information should also appear in this report?
A. Tissue structure
B. Presence of cancer in an organ
C. Condition of a particular organ
D. Condition of the heart

2. In DNA, adenine pairs with _______, and in RNA it pairs with _______.
A. thymine, uracil
B. cytosine, thymine
C. uracil, guanine
D. cytosine, guanine

3. A radiopaque material was injected into the blood vessels. What type of procedure was performed?
A. Angiocardiography
B. Cardiac magnetic resonance imaging
C. Holter monitoring
D. Angioplasty

4. A 42-year-old breast cancer patient's symptoms have disappeared. What is the term for this occurrence?
A. Remission
B. Clinical trial
C. Immunotherapy
D. Cure

5. The genes that handle proteins necessary for cell division are
A. acquired genes.
B. proto-oncogenes.
C. mutated genes.
D. oncogenes.

6. A patient lying horizontally on his belly is in the _______ position.


A. laterally recumbent
B. supine
C. prone
D. recumbent

7. According to the Dukes system, a tumor that has penetrated muscular tissue of the colon, but hasn't
involved nodes, would be classified as
A. C2.
B. B2.
C. C1.
D. B1.

8. Which of the following are skin lesions?


A. Contusion, laceration, abrasion
B. Melanoma, squamous cell carcinoma
C. Wheal, vesicle, papilloma
D. Impetigo, herpes simplex, tinea

9. A nucleic acid is a
A. trait.
B. gene.
C. macromolecule.
D. micromolecule.

10. What type of radiological procedure would be used to evaluate the movement of body organs?
A. MRI
B. Film survey
C. Ultrasound
D. Fluoroscopy

11. Cancers originating in connective tissues only are


A. teratomas.
B. adenomas.
C. sarcomas.
D. carcinomas.

12. What are the constituents of DNA?


A. Sugars and lipids
B. Sugars, phosphates, and nitrogenous bases
C. Proteins and sugars
D. Lipids, nitrogenous bases, and proteins

13. Which would be the ending of a term indicating the surgical removal of a body part?
A. -OSIS
B. -ITIS
C. -CISION
D. -ECTOMY

14. Down syndrome is a


A. somatic mutation.
B. chromosomal mutation.
C. bacterial infection.
D. viral disease.

15. What is a neoplasm?


A. Another word for a malignant tumor
B. Any new and abnormal growth
C. A benign swelling of epithelial cells
D. A type of carcinoma that grows only in the mouth

16. The most common grading scale for tumors is the


A. Gleason Score.
B. Broders Index.
C. Elston Grade.
D. TNM system.

17. The physical manifestation of a gene (such as eye color) varies, depending on the organism's
A. lysosomes.
B. germ cells.
C. species.
D. alleles.

18. Which of the following groups of words is related to radiology?


A. Rheumatoid arthritis, muscular dystrophy, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
B. Cephalgia, chondrodynia, sternotomy
C. Exophthalmometry, keratometry, gonioscopy
D. Myelography, barium swallow, fluorography

19. Dr. Hammer has scheduled a patient for chemotherapy. The patient had a mastectomy on June 1.
Chemotherapy used after surgery is referred to as _______ chemotherapy.
A. adjuvant
B. biologic
C. simulation
D. hormone

20. Genes make up about _______ percent of DNA.


End of exam
A. 50
B. 6
C. 2
D. 98