The Human Body in Health and Disease - Quiz B
Which type of disorder has no detectable physical changes to explain the symptoms being experienced by the patient?
Which of these structures is NOT found in the nucleus of a cell?
Which term describes the abnormal development or growth of cells, tissues, or organs?
Which term describes the ongoing presence of a disease within a population, group, or area?
Which type of tissue provides protective padding, insulation, and support?
Which term describes the study of the functions of the structures of the body?
Which plane divides the body into superior and inferior horizontal portions?
Which term means toward the lower part of the body?
Which body cavity protects the lungs and heart?
What is the medical term for the structure commonly known as the belly button?
Which term means toward the midline?
Which condition is an unfavorable response to a medical or surgical treatment?
Which term describes a group of hereditary bleeding disorders in which a blood-clotting factor is missing?
Which abdominal region is covered by the lower ribs?
Which form of transmission spreads hepatitis B and most sexually transmitted diseases?
Which term describes the study of the causes of diseases?
Which term means inflammation of a gland?
Which term describes the location of a structure below the transverse plane?
Which body system destroys harmful substances such as pathogens and cancer cells?
Which membrane is the inner layer of the peritoneum that surrounds the organs of the abdominal cavity?