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By Sayan_mitra95 | Last updated: Sep 14, 2015
| Total Attempts: 643
This is a quiz of commonly known specialities that doctors can go into and some that are slightly more obscure.
Questions and Answers
I specialize in only diagnosing and treating allergies and am called an immunologist.
May not be
I deal with medical and biological issues that affect the birth of a child (especially high-risk pregnancies, testing, and fetal development, or may specialize in reproductive endocrinology and infertility). What is my specialty?
I specialize in the care of critically ill patients, usually in an intensive care unit. What am I?
I specialize in the way humans fight off diseases. What type of doctor am I?
I specialize on the "ductless" gland and on hormones. What type of doctor am I?
I practice family medicine. I can be called an EP.
A doctor deals with the reproductive systems of men and women
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Questions: 8 | Attempts: 68643 | Last updated: Oct 9, 2020
A quiz for doctors! The trivia questions below are perfect for anyone who wants to refresh their understanding when it comes to issues surrounding giving medical advice or care for teenagers. This select group has some problems...
A 10-year-old girl in 5th grade presents to you asking for a school excuse for the abdominal pain that has kept her out of school for the last 3 days. She states that she felt feverish, and there was no vomiting, but a few loose bowel movements. The exam is normal. You should: