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Medical Terminology: Breaking Down The Terms
This quiz focuses on medical terms. We will explore the origin and usage of some very common medical terms.
The medical term "cardio", deriving from a Greek word, refers to which organ of the human body?
The term "arthro" is of Greek origin. It refers to which part of the body?
"Gastro" is a common medical prefix, derived from the Greek word "gastros" which means what?
The word "hepato", which derives from Greek, refers to the kidney.
Erythrocytes are a type of blood cells, consisting mainly of hemoglobin. What does the word "erythro" mean?
The term "thrombo", which comes from Greek, refers to a blood clot.
Name the science which studies the human mind and behavior.
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The word "adeno", deriving from Greek, refers to which to what body part?
The two terms "nephro" and "ren" both refer to the kidneys.
"Onco", coming from the Greek word "onkos" refers to what?
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