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Medical Terminology

Unit 4 - Self Assessment - Blood, Lymphatic and Immune System

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Which one is NOT a function of the lymphatic and immune system? a. Transport fats absorbed by the small intestine b. Primary defense against the invasion of pathogens c. Assist in the blood clotting process c. Assist in blood clotting process
Functions of the lymphatic system a. Transport fats absorbed by the small intestines b. Primary defense agains the invasion of pathogens c. Collect excess tissue fluid and return it to the circulatory system
What type of immunity results from direct exposure to a pathogen? Natural immunity, Innate immunity, Active acquired immunity, Passive acquired immunity Active acquired immunity
Which component of the blood provides "protection" ? leukocytes, plasma, thrombocytes, erythrocytes leukocytes
Which type of anemia results from the insufficient iron? Iron-deficiency anemia, Pernicious anemia, Hemolytic anemia, Thalassemia Iron-deficiency anemia
Which one is the instrument used to "record" ? gram, graph, graphy, gramographer graph
The watery part of blood is called? plasma
Which is NOT a method in which HIV/AIDS may be spread? Unprotected sex, Shared needles, Childbirth, Shaking hands Shaking hands
This term means a condition of blood clots. erythroblastosis, thrombosis, thalassemia, hemolysis thrombosis
What is the combining form that means shape or structure? morpho, myel, morph, myelo morpho
Which one is a word root? spleno, thrombo, splen, penia splen
Created by: jaicasha