Medical Terminology: Quiz 7

  1. Endoscopic examination of the pericardium, usually through a subxiphoid approach.

a. Subxiphoid endoscopy

b. Pericardioscopy

c. Pericardiostomy

d. Endoscopy

2. Orbitotomy is defined as:

a. Surgical excision of orbit.

b. Repairing of eye tissues

c. Incision into orbit

d. None of the above

3. A procedure of suture repair of a nerve;

a. Neurotmesis

b. Omentectomy

c. occiput

d. Neurorrhaphy

4. Which anatomical site is named as occiput ?

a. Back of eye

b. Back of head

c. Occipital nerve

d. None of the above

5. A severe type of nerve injury with complete disruption of effected site:

a. Obstruction

b. Neurotmesis

c. Neuropraxia

d. Neuropathy

6. An obturator is defined as:

a. Surgical reconstruction

b. A natural or artificial thing that closes an opening

c. Blockage, partial or complete

d. None of the above

7. A Surgically created passageway between the kidney and the skin is known as:

a. Myomectomy

b. Nephrorrhaphy

c. Nephrostomy

d. Myelotomy

8. Death of tissues is termed as:

a. Nephrectomy

b. Nephrostomy

c. Mullerian duct

d. Necrosis

9. Transferring a lesion from primary site to another is termed as:

a. Mucocele

b. Metastatic

c. Morphology

d. None of the above

10. Mosaicplasty is defined as:

a. Transference of bacteria or body cells

b. Transplant of autologous chondrocyte to repair and reconstruct joint cartilage

c. Chemical or physical process by which the body converts or uses energy

d. Abnormal cyst along a salivary duct

Answer Key

  1. b 2. c 3. d 4. b 5. b 6. b 7.c 8. d 9. b 10. b

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