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Chapters 11, 12, and 13

Quiz by Derek Watson

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30 questions
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  • Q1
    The combining form celi/o is defined as
    stomach.
    abdomen, abdominal cavity.
    gall, bile.
    mouth.
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  • Q2
    A combining form for tongue is
    sial/o.
    gloss/o.
    cheil/o.
    lapar/o.
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  • Q3
    The combining form for intestine is
    col/o.
    or/o.
    enter/o.
    ile/o.
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  • Q4
    The combining form for rectum is
    proct/o.
    an/o.
    sigmoid/o.
    col/o.
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  • Q5
    The combining form cec/o is defined as the
    colon.
    cecum.
    ileum.
    appendix.
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  • Q6
    The combining form for gall, bile is
    chol/e.
    choledoch/o.
    cheil/o.
    cholangi/o.
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  • Q7
    The combining form for liver is
    hepat/o.
    palat/o.
    uvul/o.
    lingu/o.
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  • Q8
    The suffix -pepsia means
    small growth.
    opening.
    tumor.
    digestion.
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  • Q9
    The combining form for small growth is
    pylor/o.
    palat/o.
    polyp/o.
    sial/o.
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  • Q10
    The term proctitis means inflammation of the
    gallbladder.
    rectum.
    liver.
    colon.
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  • Q11
    The combining form that means eyelid is
    blephar/o.
    kerat/o.
    opt/o.
    cor/o.
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  • Q12
    The combining form ocul/o is defined as
    iris.
    tear.
    eye.
    vision.
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  • Q13
    A combining form for cornea is
    cor/o.
    kerat/o.
    dacry/o.
    core/o.
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  • Q14
    A combining form that means lens is
    dipl/o.
    phac/o.
    ton/o.
    phot/o.
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  • Q15
    A combining form meaning equal is
    is/o.
    dipl/o.
    phak/o.
    ton/o.
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  • Q16
    A combining form that means tear(s) is
    kerat/o.
    dacry/o.
    retin/o.
    conjunctiv/o.
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  • Q17
    The combining form cry/o is defined as
    cornea.
    cold.
    light.
    vision.
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  • Q18
    A word part that means two, double is
    cry/o.
    dipl/o.
    ton/o.
    -opia.
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  • Q19
    The suffix -plegia is defined as
    pressure.
    vision.
    paralysis.
    abnormal fear or aversion.
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  • Q20
    The term that means drooping of the eyelid is
    retinopathy.
    ophthalmoplegia.
    iridoplegia.
    blepharoptosis.
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