Health-medicine vocabulary

Health-medicine vocabulary - Health/Medicine

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Health/Medicine Choose the correct answer for each exercise.  This activity contains 19 questions.  Conditions with rapid onset and requiring immediate treatment are holistic. acute. asymptomatic. benign. Asymptomatic means benign. with symptoms. without symptoms.
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acute. Something that is nonthreatening or noncancerous is holistic. benign. acute. contraindicated. The removal of tissue for the purpose of determining the presence of cancerous cells is a/an
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acute. benign. intravenous. biopsy. Conditions suggesting that a drug should NOT be used are biopsies. nonthreatening. prescriptions. contraindications.
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A health care proxy allows another person to vote in favor of a new board member. make medical decisions when a person is unable to direct  his or her own care. make legal decisions when a person is unable to direct his  or her lawyer. cast an absentee ballot.
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This note was uploaded on 09/21/2011 for the course ENGLISH 0302 taught by Professor Deatherage during the Spring '11 term at North Texas.

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Health-medicine vocabulary - Health/Medicine

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