Test Bank for Quick and Easy Medical Terminology 9th Edition Leonard

Test Bank for Quick and Easy Medical Terminology 9th Edition Leonard

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Test Bank for Quick and Easy Medical Terminology 9th Edition Leonard

Quick and Easy Medical Terminology 9th Edition Leonard
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Chapter 01: Simplified Medical Language
MULTIPLE CHOICE
1. The main body of a word is called a:
a. suffix.
b. word root.
c. combining vowel.
d. combining form.
ANS: B REF: p. 2 TOP: Word Roots and Combining Forms

2. Latin roots are used to write words naming and describing:
a. diseases.
b. conditions.
c. diagnosis.
d. structures of the body.
ANS: D REF: p. 3 TOP: Word Roots and Combining Forms

3. When written alone, a prefix is usually followed by this to indicate that another word follows
the prefix to suffix.
b. comma.
c. hyphen.
d. word root.
ANS: C REF: p. 4 TOP: Prefixes and Suffixes

4. A combining vowel is used:
a. when the suffix that follows begins with a consonant.
b. when the suffix that follows begins with a consonant.
c. when there is no prefix.
d. when there is a prefix.
ANS: A REF: p. 5 TOP: Combining Word Parts to Write Terms

5. Which word root is Greek for “stone”?
a. Psyche
b. Lithos
c. Oris
d. Cauda
ANS: B REF: p. 2 TOP: Word Roots and Combining Forms

6. The punctuation mark that designates a combining form is a:
a. comma.
b. parenthesis.
c. diagonal slash.
d. semicolon.
ANS: C REF: p. 3 TOP: Word Roots and Combining Forms

7. The most frequently used combining vowel is:
a. o.
b. a.
c. i.
d. e.
ANS: A REF: p. 3 TOPD:isCtriboumtiobninoifnthgisWdoocurdmePnatristsillteogaWl rite Terms
a. Word root
b. Prefix
c. Combining vowel
d. Suffix
ANS: D REF: p. 4 TOP: Prefixes and Suffixes

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