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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. During testing, it was discovered that Rudy's _________ were frayed and worn, which was surprising to many.
(b) Taste buds.
2. In what city was the dermatology clinic that Sara visited in order to have her dermatitis examined?
3. What ended up being the specific term for the infection that was killing the babies?
(d) Influenza A.
4. Mr. Huckleby began to feed his animals a mixture of _________ and discarded seed grain from a local supplier.
(c) Pig parts.
5. 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?
Short Answer Questions
1. The _______ from the infected animals came from the wet fur of the dogs when they came inside to shake themselves off.
2. Richard had a condition that baffled those around him. He seemed to have ___________, but his body wasn't malfunctioning.
3. What was the name of the place from which all of the victims had bought their food?
4. What was aired out before Betty's husband came, which is why he didn't have the same symptoms as she did?
5. What happened when Sara continued the treatments for her rash?
Short Essay Questions
1. What was determined to be the cause of the illness that was later found to be tularemia?
2. Which individuals are more likely to have hypogeusia, according to the specialist in this section?
3. Why did Natalie decide to seek out orthodontic treatment for her teeth in 1972?
4. How did the doctor end up treating this case of the blue hands, allowing the patient's hands to be normal color again?
5. What was the initial named cause for the random cases of pneumonia that turned up for guests at a house party at Martha's Vineyard?
6. What happened to Sandy that began to cause the officials at the school to suspect something was wrong at the building?
7. What does the chapter say seems to be a primary cause of sensitization of patients to metals?
8. What was the problem with the season being winter when it came to finding out the diagnosis for the sick children?
9. What does the book point out is the treatment for Wilson's disease, helping the patient recover nearly immediately?
10. What is the problem for patients who are suffering from Wilson's disease, according to the book?
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