Medical Trivia Game (1)
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Cytology is the study of _____________.
A deficiency of hemoglobin in the bloodstream is known as ______________.
This word means having the characteristics of both male and female.
This illness is caused by the Epstein-Barr virus and is spread through saliva.
This is a pale, watery fluid that bathes and feeds body tissue and is cleaned and filtered by nodes.
A tonic made from tomatoes was popular in the late 1800s for curing diarrhea. Today we know it as this.
Boxers often suffer from a condition in which their ears are misshapen. What is this condition called?
What is the more common name for the tympanic membrane?
Who was the first man ever to receive an artificial heart?
What is the international symbol for an agency of mercy?
According to research at Princeton, Americans watch more news stories on this subject than on any other.
Where in the body is the labyrinth?
The Civil War produced over 400,000_______________ addicts.
Term for a physical symptom or disease thought to arise from emotional or mental factors.
According to legend, this man was the first man to be born by Caesarean section.
Which insect transmits sleeping sickness?
The part of the human psyche is the source of instinctive impulses, according to Freud.
This scale evaluates the health of newborn babies with a score from 1 to 10.
This bone is the only bone in the body not attached to another bone. If broken, you could asphyxiate.
This activity encourages saliva to wash food form the teeth and lowers the level of acid that causes decay.
This severe type of anemia is caused by the stomach's failure to absorb vitamin B12.
This is the term for a person with an irresistible impulse to steal.
This type of birth involves an infant presenting for delivery feet or buttocks first.
This is the medical term for a congenital defect in which a longitudinal fissure exists in the roof of the mouth.
This recreational activity caused twice as many injuries to Americans in 1995 than skateboarding.