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1. Gastroenterology means?





2. Epigastric means?





3. Hematology means?





4. Electrocardiogram means?





5. Cervical means?





6. The term "hyper" stands for?





7. Inferior means?





8. Supine means?





9. The term ectomy means?





10. Partum means?





11. Feces means?





12. What is limbus?





13. What is the medical term of blood pressure?





14. Where is gallbladder located in human body?





15. Name the instrument used to measure blood pressure?





16. Appendicitis patients have pain mostly in which region?





17. Lumbar puncture is done to draw?





18. Alzheimer's disease is related to which body part?





19. Charcot-Marie Tooth disease refers to?





20. What is the medical term for farsightedness?






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Question 1:  Study of both stomach and intestines.

Question 2:  Region below heart.

Question 3:  Study of blood.

Question 4:  Record of the electricity in the heart.

Question 5:  Neck region.

Question 6:  Only high.

Question 7:  Below.

Question 8:  Lying on back.

Question 9:  Removal.

Question 10:  Birth.

Question 11:  Solid stool.

Question 12:  Point of attachment of cornea to the eye.

Question 13:  Hypertension.

Question 14:  In the liver.

Question 15:  Sphygmomanometer.

Question 16:  McBurney's.

Question 17:  Cerebrospinal fluid.

Question 18:  None of these (It is a neurological disorder).

Question 19:  Neurological disorder.

Question 20:  Hyperopia.

Well done! You answered them all right.



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