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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Ward Surgery: Crossing the Boundary.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why did Konner's procedure with the woman with gonorrhea take five times longer than the procedure should have taken?
(a) He thought the woman's chart had been written up incorrectly.
(b) He was confused by the woman's symptoms, and it took him longer to rule out certain complications.
(c) He tried to heal her emotionally.
(d) He was interested in the woman's story, and listened to her talk.
2. What is the immigrant neurosurgeon's rule, when Konner makes rounds with him?
(a) Talk to the patient.
(b) Read the chart first.
(c) Spend as little time as possible with the patient.
(d) Touch the patient.
3. Why was Konner distressed by the first part of the National Medical Board Examinations?
(a) He was not confident that he could score above the middle of the class.
(b) He was afraid that he would not pass.
(c) He was afraid that he would not get a higher score than his class rival.
(d) He did not know if he would be able to get a scholarship.
4. What was the nature of the first operation in which Konner participated?
(a) Gall bladder surgery.
(b) Heart surgery.
(c) Brain surgery.
(d) Skin surgery.
5. What was Konner's Uncle Bobby's role in Konner's life?
Short Answer Questions
1. How many people were in the group of interns seeing patients on rounds?
2. For how long has Konner wanted to study medicine?
3. At what age did Konner begin his first rotation?
4. Where was the woman on the stretcher sent after Konner and his colleagues saw her in ER?
5. What did interns do after rounds?
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