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Test 4 - MidTerm

Medical Terminology

A common symptom of diabetes: hypokalemia
A condition of sweet Urine: glucouria
Liver performs all functions except: produces insulin
Not a pituitary condition: goiter
Excessive vomitting: hyperoptosis
Simple hyperplasia of the thyroid gland: thryroiditis
An abnormal outward protrusion of the eyes: hyperthyroidism
The most severe form of hypothyroidism in an adult: myxedema
The development of masculine physical traits in a woman: virilism
An enzyme that aids in the digestion of carbohydrate: carbohydrase
Medical term for "gallstones" cholecystopathy
Lens cloudness or loss of transparency: presbyopia
The refractive error associated with aging: presbyopia
The pineal gland is thought to control waking and sleeping cycles. (True or False) False
The large intestine churns food and mixes with the digestive juices. (True or False) False
Created by: linhnpham