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What category of disease is AIDS Infection
What category of disease is Multiple sclerosis Immune disorder
What category of disease is Mental Illness Psychiatric disorder
What catergory of disease is Arthritis Degenerative disease
What category of disease is Obesity Nutritional disorder
What category of disease is Alzheiner's disease Degenerative disease
What category of disease is Strep throat Infection
What category of disease is Rickets Nutritional disorder
What category of disease is Diabetes Metabolic disorder
What category of disease is Cancer Neoplasm
Define disease An abnormality of the structure or function of a part, organ, or system
What is meant by the term Predisposing causes It does not cause disease, and increases the probability of a person being ill
Name a predisposing cause of disease Age
Name a predisposing cause of disease Gender
Name a predisposing cause of disease Heredity
Name a predisposing cause of disease Living conditions and habits
Name a predisposing cause of disease Emotional desturbance
Name a predisposing cause of disease Physical and chemical damage
Name a predisposing cause of disease Preexisting illness
Name a complementary and alternative medicine Naturopathy
Name a complementary and alternative medicine Chiropractic
Name a complementary and alternative medicine Acupuncture
Name a complementary and alternative medicine Biofeedback
Name a complementary and alternative medicine Massage
Name a complementary and alternative medicine Exercise
Name a complementary and alternative medicine Yoga
Name a complementaty and alternative medicine Meditation
Name a complementary and alternative medicine Nutritional counseling
These diseases are relatively severe but usually last a short time Acute
These diseases are often less sever but are likely to be continuous or recurring for long periods Chronic
These diseases are intermediate between acut and chronic, not being sever as acute nor as long as chronic Subacute
A single-cell organism that grows in many environments is Bacteria
a organism that include yests and molds; not green but plant like Fungi
simple aquatic plants Algae
Single-cell animals Protozoa
Extremely small; multiple within living cells Viruses
single-cell fungi Yeasts
Single-cell fungi with fuzzy filamentous Mold
A peracitic worm with human host is called Helminthes
Identifying bacteria by Gram Staining
Identifying bacteria by Observing its ability to ferment sugar
Identifying bacteria by Studying oxygen requirements of it
Identifying bacteria by Uses of polymease chain reaction PCR
What dose bacteria do on the skin do Eats the bodys sebum
What dose skin mites do on the skin eats dead skin and is normaly attached to the hair
What dose fungi do on the skin lays on the skin and waits for the chance to cause infection
How dose antibiotics work to contain infection By killing most of the infection-causing bacteria in your body. It kills the bacteria by distroying the cell wall or outer covering, the immune system kills the rest
What term means combined study in pathologic and physionogic aspects of disease Pathohsiology
What term means study of the cause of any disease, or the theory of its origin Etiology
What term means describing a disease without known cause Idiopathic
What tearm means results from the adverse effect of treatment Iatrogenic
What term means one that can be trandmitted from one person to another Communicable
What term means a prediction fo the probable outcome of disease baced on the patients condition and physician Prognosis
Name the levels of orginazation in the body Chimicals, cells, tissue, organ, organ system, and whole body
What body system is the basic framework of the body skeletal system
What body system is the muscles are attached to the bones and produce movement of the skeleton Muscular system
What body system is made up of the brain, spinal cord, and nerves which controle the body. Nervous system
What body system is scattered organs (glands) that group together to produce hormones Endocrine
What body system is made up of the heart and blood vessels to pump blood to all the body tissues, bring nutrients, and oxygen Cardiovascular system
What body system is vessels assist in curculation by bringing fluid from the tissue back to the blood Lymphatic system
What body system contains the lungs and the passages leading to and from the lungs Respiratory system
What body system is composed of all the organs that are involved with taking in food, converting them into a form that body cells can use, and absorbing them into the circulation Digestive system
What system of the body rids the body of wast products and excess water. Urinary system
What body system includes the external sex organs and all related structures to produce offspring Reproductive system
What plane cuts the body down the middle with a front and a back Frontal Plane
What plane cuts the body from right to left Sagittal Plane
What plane cuts the body from upper to lower Transverse Plane
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