Test 2 Answer Key - CC 306M Test 2 (Spring 2011) 1. The...

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CC 306M – Test 2 (Spring 2011) (Form A) Name:_____________________________________________________ 1. The suffix in sarcolemma: A) Means ‘membrane’ B) Is derived from the Greek word for ‘husk’ C) Means ‘flesh’ D) A and B 2. Sweat: A) Hidr/o B) Hydr/o C) Seb/o D) Squam/o 3. Hard: A) Kerat/o B) Xer/o C) Scler/o D) A and C 4. ‘Cornu’ in cornu cutaneum means: A) Skin B) Horn C) Hard D) Tumor 5. The root ‘fer-’ as in sudoriferous means: A) To bear or convey B) Iron C) To make D) Sweat 6. The term components for leukotrichia are: A) Root, root, and suffix B) Combining form and suffix C) Combining form, root, and suffix D) Prefix, root, suffix 7. The medical term for ‘scar’ is: A) Cicatrix B) Nevus C) Verruca D) Petechia 8. All of the following are true, EXCEPT: A) The term’ integumentary’ is derived from a Latin word for ‘covering’ or ‘cloak’ B) Skin helps regulate body temperature C) Hair and finger nails are part of the integumentary system D) The term ‘epithelium’ indicates that this layer is below the dermis. 9. The probable secondary lesion due to pruritus would be a: A) Bulla B) Excoriation C) Vesicle D) Petechia 10. You discovered a new type of cell which breaks down tissue, the best adjective to describe it would be: A) Sarcoclastic B) Histoclastic C) Sarcoblastic D) Histoclast 11. Your patient has red looking skin, hives, and a large bruise. The medical terms for these are: A) Erythema, urticaria, ecchymosis B) Rash, pruritus, ecchymosis C) Erythema, petechia, verruca D) Rash, eczema, carbuncle 12. Galen believed that human beings cooled their bodies’ innate heat by ‘breathing’ through pores in the skin: A) True B) False 13. The correct spelling: A) Soriasis B) Psoriasis C) Psoryasis D) Psorasis 14. The root in hypertrophic literally means: A) Nourishment B) Excessive C) Swelling D) A and C 15. A mole with abnormal formation is a: A) Dysplastic nevus B) Hypertrophic verruca C) Dysplastic furuncle D) Pruritic carbuncle 16. A large elevated lesion filled with fluid whose name is associated with the Latin term for a Roman amulet: A) Bulla B) Nodule C) Vesicle D) Macula 17. A genetic skin condition causing dry, thick, an scaly skin resembling a fish: A) Ichthyosis B) Xeroderma C) Ecchymosis D) Impetigo 18. The medical term for ringworm of the foot, a.k.a. athlete’s foot: A) Tinea corporis B) Tinea pedis C) Tinea cruris D) Tinea manus 19. __________ derma = yellow skin A) Xeno B) Xero C) Xantho D) Leuko 20. A transfer of tissue between different species, such as animal to human: A) Autograft B) Heterograft C) Homograft D) Xenograph 21. The suffix in biopsy literally means: A) View of B) Living C) Removal D) Microscopic 22. Which of the following gets its name from its ‘creeping girdle-like’ distribution of vesicles: A) Lupus B) Gangrene C) Herpes Zoster D) Impetigo 23. Based on the treatise On Ulcers , all of the following are true, EXCEPT: A) Different substances, such as fig oil, were used to affect the
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Test 2 Answer Key - CC 306M Test 2 (Spring 2011) 1. The...

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