Question 1 of 30 The elderly are increasingly more difficult to evaluate medically due to the three major changes in the patients. Which of the following is NOT one of them? A. Worsening vision B. Decreased hearing C. Increased memory D. Declining cognitive abilities Question 2 of 30 The hallmark sign of aging is the body’s decreased ability to maintain ________. A. ideal body weight B. homeostasis C. hair color D. skin elasticity Question 3 of 30 What are some of the potential behavior changes related to pain? A. Lethargy B. Increased mobility C. Increased energy D. Agitation and confusion Question 4 of 30 A healthy human brain will continue to develop until the approximate age of ________. A. 50 B. 60 C. 25 D. 35 Question 5 of 30 Interest in fingerprints has been around for a long period of time. Their uniqueness was discovered in the ________. A. 1200s B. 1500s C. 1600s D. 1800s Question 6 of 30 Forensic science is the application of science to ________. A. medicine B. biology C. crime D. history Question 7 of 30 A decrease in the function of the ________ can lead to accumulation of medication in the geriatric patient. A. kidneys B. heart C. lungs D. vessels Question 8 of 30 What part of long bones contains high levels of oxygen? A. Medulla B. Ends C. Shaft D. Marrow Question 9 of 30 Which of these is NOT a common behavioral change due to pain? A. Being grumpy B. Swearing C. Having a loss of appetite D. Increased social interaction Question 10 of 30 If a fetus does NOT get enough calcium in the mother’s diet, the fetus ________. A. gets it from converting other nutrients B. breaks down his or her own bones that had developed so far C. does not get enough calcium and may not develop properly because of the lack D. gets it from the mother’s bones and teeth, weakening them Question 11 of 30 An older patient may lose up to ________ neurons a day. A. 100 B. 1,000 C. 10,000 D. 100,000 Question 12 of 30 For several hundred years it was believed that ________ were poisonous. A. grapes B. poppy seeds C. tomatoes D. watermelons Question 13 of 30 A technique called video skull–face superimposition was used to identify ________. A. Josef Mengele B. Tutankhamen, “King Tut” C. Both a and b D. None of the above Question 14 of 30 Seeing multiple doctors at the same time can lead to ________. A. loss of insurance B. carcinoma C. polypharmacy D. increased agitation Question 15 of 30 Carpal tunnel syndrome is a result of damage to the ________ nerve. A. carpal B. lateral C. median D. radial Question 16 of 30 Some diabetics do NOT produce enough insulin to allow glucose into the body’s cells. Due to this fact, the body will start eating fats FIRST followed by what? A. Mucus B. Proteins C. Lipids D. None of the above Question 17 of 30 This type of muscle tissue is found in the heart. A. Skeletal B. Voluntary C. Smooth D. Cardiac Question 18 of 30 Melanoma is significant because ________. A. it only strikes in the 25–29 age group B. it has a low mortality rate C. darkly pigmented people do NOT get it D. it has the MOST rapidly increasing mortality rate of any cancer Question 19 of 30 This skin infection is also called furuncles. A. Tinea B. Impetigo C. Warts D. Boils Question 20 of 30 A condition that has a bull’s eye macule/papule is ________. A. scabies B. general warts C. acne D. Lyme disease Question 21 of 30 Which type of muscle lines the blood vessels and airways of the body? A. Rough B. Glia C. Smooth D. Striated Which statement is NOT TRUE of the epidermis? A. It is a stratified squamous epithelium. B. It is composed mostly of connective tissue. C. It is the outermost layer of skin. D. It contains the stratum corneum. Question 23 of 30 Jaundice is caused by a build-up in the body of ________. A. carotene B. bilirubin C. melanin D. bile Question 24 of 30 What is the layer of skin that we can see? A. Subcutaneous fascia B. Epidermis C. Stratum basale D. Dermis Question 25 of 30 The ________ system transports water, oxygen, and a variety of nutrients and other substances necessary for life to the cells, and transports waste products away from the cells. A. cardiovascular B. urinary C. digestive D. respiratory Question 26 of 30 Treatment for Herpes is ________. A. antivirals B. antibiotics C. steroids D. medicated cream Question 27 of 30 Tinea capitis, tinea corporis, tinea pedis, and tinea cruris are caused by ________. A. bacteria B. mites C. fungi D. ringworms Question 28 of 30 Which membrane is the main organ of the integumentary system? A. Cutaneous B. Mucous C. Parietal D. Visceral Question 29 of 30 The skin tans in response to sunlight because of increased________. A. keratin B. melanin C. sebum D. collagen Question 30 of 30 The “Rule of ________” is a system devised to assess the amount of body surface affected by a burn. A. injury B. nines C. many D. five
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