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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What organ becomes inflamed when a person is infected with hepatitis, according to the book?
(b) Gall bladder.
2. When did Betty's husband come up to the cottage in order to spend the weekend with her?
3. What is NOT one of the samples taken from the infant in order to find out what was wrong in order to choose the right treatment?
4. Mr. Huckleby began to feed his animals a mixture of _________ and discarded seed grain from a local supplier.
(d) Pig parts.
5. What was aired out before Betty's husband came, which is why he didn't have the same symptoms as she did?
(c) Paint fumes.
(d) Spoiled milk.
6. What is the standard treatment for hepatitis once it is identified in a patient?
(b) Gamma globulin.
(d) IV fluids.
7. How many children in a family of nine became ill when the CDC was called in to help?
8. Richard had a condition that baffled those around him. He seemed to have ___________, but his body wasn't malfunctioning.
(d) The plague.
9. _________ is a bacterial infection that is typically found in rodents and transferred to humans through direct contact.
10. Students who were not in __________ did not become ill like others.
(a) The gym class.
(b) The choral rehearsal.
(c) The bathroom.
(d) The cafeteria.
11. What did the family raise, which made the investigators begin to think these might have had something to do with the cause?
12. What is the chemical that the doctor used in order to relieve Dean's blue hands?
13. In what state is West Branch located, where the CDC was called in order to deal with an outbreak?
14. What was the diagnosis for Carol when she was admitted as a welfare patient since she ran out of money?
(a) Bipolar disorder.
(d) Hysterical neurosis.
15. Who did Natalie seek out in order to help her with the alignment of her teeth because of a gum condition?
(a) A friend.
(b) Cosmetic surgeon.
Short Answer Questions
1. One female patient got reactive to metals after having __________ implanted during a surgery.
2. What was the suspected cause of the infant's symptoms in July 1965?
3. What was the initial method that Sara used in order to treat her rash?
4. What was the name of the fungicide that cause the troubles in the feed that was given to the animals?
5. In what city was Sandy a popular girl at her school, according to this chapter?
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