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Multiple Choice



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Question 1.
What is the combining form that is defined as "nerve root?"


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Question 2.
The clinical term for a headache is:


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Question 3.
The abbreviation "PET" stands for:


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Question 4.
The suffix that means "one who measures" is:


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Question 5.
What is the Latin word for "not in the mind"?


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Question 6.
The primary type of pain management that is used during surgical procedures is:


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Question 7.
What is the name of a brain disorder characterized by recurrent seizures, including convulsions and temporary loss of consciousness?


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Question 8.
A benign tumor of neuroglial cells is called a:


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Question 9.
A disease characterized by deterioration of the myelin sheath covering axons within the brain is known as:


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Question 10.
The suffix meaning "break apart" is:


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