CMA : Medical Terminology

Study concepts, example questions & explanations for CMA

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Example Questions

Example Question #2 : Cma

A condition of decreased red blood cells or insufficient quantities of hemoglobin in the blood:

Possible Answers:

None of the given answers are correct

lymphoma

anemia

Thrombocytopenia

leukemia

Correct answer:

anemia

Explanation:

Anemia is a condition of decreased red blood cells or decreased quantities of hemoglobin in the blood. Physical signs of anemia may include pale skin, weakness, and fatigue.

Example Question #2 : Cma

Which of the following is a combining form meaning "fallopian tube"?

Possible Answers:

Phim/o

Salping/o

Men/o

Oophor/o

Nat/o

Correct answer:

Salping/o

Explanation:

Salping/o is a combining form meaning "fallopian tube."

Example Question #11 : Cma

The combining form "burs/o" means:

Possible Answers:

Cartilage

Joint

Bursa

Bone

Bone marrow

Correct answer:

Bursa

Explanation:

The combining form "burs/o" means "bursa."

Example Question #1 : Clinical Skills

The prefix "macro-" means:

Possible Answers:

Many

Unequal

Moderate

Small

Large

Correct answer:

Large

Explanation:

The prefix "macro-" means "large."

Example Question #1 : Medical Terminology

The combining form "chondr/o" refers to:

Possible Answers:

Cartilage

Bone

Bone Marrow

Nerves

Bursa

Correct answer:

Cartilage

Explanation:

The combining form "chondr/o" refers to cartilage.

Example Question #2 : Clinical Skills

The combining form "therm/o" means:

Possible Answers:

Cold

Heat

Hot

Fever

Chest

Correct answer:

Heat

Explanation:

The combinging form "therm/o" means heat.

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