Muscle, nervous, epithelial, and connective
Nervous, connective, vascular, and epithelial
Epithelial, nervous, vascular, and epidermis
Muscle, epithelial, blood, and connective
Muscle, epithelial, nervous, and vessels
Gallbladder, liver, and pancreas
Pancreas, anus, and liver
Liver, mouth, and esophagus
Large, intestine, anus, and stomach
Esophagus, gallbladder, and pancreas
Inflammation of the prostate
Inflammation of the cervix
Swelling of the testes
Inflammation of the testes
Leukocytes are white blood cells
Leukocytes fight infection
Leukocytes produce antibodies
Leukocytes are part of the circulatory system
Leukocytes are responsible for blood clotting
Inflammation of a tendon
Injury to a muscle
Progressive wasting of muscle tissue
Protection from sunlight
Protection from microorganisms
Regulation of temperature
Transportation of immune cells
The control center that directs the activity of the cells
A gel-like fluid in the cell
A cell membrane
Inflammation of a joint.
Inflammation of the stomach.
Inflammation of the gallbladder.
Chronic degenerative disease of the liver.
Errors in their thinking.
Grief and loss.
Needs and desires.
A means to bring upsetting emotions to the surface of an individual’s consciousness.
Ways to strike out in anger in difficult situations.
Strategies individuals use to avoid difficult or painful feelings.
One type of mood swing experienced by individuals suffering from bipolar disorder.
A way for humans to avoid talking to each other.
The CMA credential must be renewed every five years.
The CMA credential may be renewed by retaking the certifying examination.
The CMA credential is required in order to practice in the medical assisting profession.
The CMA credential may be renewed by earning continuing education units (CEUs).
A current CMA credential may help in career advancement and financial compensation.
Registered Medical Assistants (RMA)
Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP)
American Medical Association (AMA)
American Association of Medical Assistants (AAMA)
American Medical Technologists (AMT)
Letter of recommendation
A new patient demanding to speak with the physician before making an appointment
The emergency room calling about admitting an established patient with chest pain
The intensive care unit requesting a diet order for tomorrow on one of the physician’s patients
A pharmaceutical representative excited about a new discovery in medicine
A patient requesting a prescription refill