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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. What kinds of animals were responsible for spreading the infection through the house party guests?
2. The course of investigation into the hepatitis outbreak resulted in the establishment of a _________ of infection.
3. What was aired out before Betty's husband came, which is why he didn't have the same symptoms as she did?
(a) Spoiled milk.
(b) Paint fumes.
4. Natalie participated in what profession before she went through her horrifying ordeal?
(d) Math teacher.
5. What happened to other students after Sandy was taken to the hospital?
(a) Other students thought she was faking it.
(b) Other students looked for clues.
(c) Other students left.
(d) Other students began to get ill.
Short Answer Questions
1. ________ disease is an inherited condition that changes the way the body metabolizes _________, which causes the mental symptoms.
2. _________ babies are at a higher risk of infection and complications than others in the hospital.
3. What is another name for collective obsessional behavior, according to the book?
4. What did Betty decide to do in order to get over her symptoms and her medical condition?
5. Dean put his hands into his armpits to make his hands warmer when he was the ________ for a hand.
Short Essay Questions
1. What did investigators find to be unusual about the feed in the storage bin?
2. What did Dean decide to do when he was experiencing cold hands during a card game?
3. What did Natalie find out when she woke up in a hospital and didn't know who she was?
4. How is infectious hepatitis usually passed from one person to another, according to the book?
5. Why wasn't Betty's husband experiencing any of the symptoms that she was?
6. Why didn't the man who hand kneaded the dough cause any infection to spread when the bread was baked?
7. Septicemia a general term for what, according to the explanations in this book?
8. What does the book point out is the treatment for Wilson's disease, helping the patient recover nearly immediately?
9. What is the problem for patients who are suffering from Wilson's disease, according to the book?
10. What does the chapter say seems to be a primary cause of sensitization of patients to metals?
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