Medical Quizzes & Trivia
The quiz below is designed to help you when it comes to the cross-sectional anatomy test and it focuses mostly on the radiography topic. Do you feel like you have what it takes to answer each question correctly or do you need...
Questions: 39 | Attempts: 145 | Last updated: Aug 6, 2019
Sample QuestionIn upper extremity radiography, the _________________ should be sharply defined.
As a medical practitioner you may be requested to carry out a chest and abdominal radiography test for some of your patients and it is important to know how to do it and interpret the results. The quiz below is designed to see...
Questions: 52 | Attempts: 315 | Last updated: Aug 6, 2019
Sample QuestionAn optimal chest x-ray should include sharply defined: 1. Lung markings 2. Diaphragm 3. Heart borders 4. Greater vessels 5. bony cortical outlines.
As we continue to learn more about Radiography this week, we covered a lot on Radiographic Image Analysis and Procedures. The quiz below is designed to help you have a deeper understanding of the topic and therefore have an easy...
Questions: 28 | Attempts: 329 | Last updated: Aug 6, 2019
Sample QuestionThis is the starting point from which imaging procedures are referenced.
This is an assignment for our Unit 9 class.
Questions: 17 | Attempts: 39 | Last updated: Dec 14, 2012
Sample QuestionA sac formed by the dilatation of the wall of an artery, a vein, or the heart; it is filled with fluid or clotted blood, often forming a pulsating tumor.
Are you practicing dental studies? If yes, then take this 'Dental Radiology' quiz that is designed to test your understanding and knowledge of radiation physics and the fundamentals of radiographic interpretation. Our...
Questions: 14 | Attempts: 42103 | Last updated: Dec 16, 2021
Sample QuestionAn example of particulate radiation is:
First aid is the initial care given to a patient before they get to the hospital or the ambulance gets to them. People get primary aid education at different places be it school or at the workplace. Do you have basic knowledge...
Questions: 5 | Attempts: 6044 | Last updated: May 29, 2019
Sample QuestionWhat does A B C stand for?
How well do you know your nursing procedures? Take this quiz and find out!
Questions: 18 | Attempts: 349 | Last updated: Dec 14, 2012
Sample QuestionWhich has the shortest wave length?
This is an Ambulatory care trivia quiz that is designed to see just how much you have understood throughout the duration of the course. Do you feel like you have what it takes to tackle it, or are you in need of some more...
Questions: 89 | Attempts: 857 | Last updated: Aug 6, 2019
Sample QuestionThe object on the slide should be initially located using which objective?
Can you pass this ambulatory trivia test? It is the first in a series of tests that are designed to help a learner pass their main exams at the end of the year. Take it up and consider it as Ambulatory diagnostics practice for...
Questions: 66 | Attempts: 248 | Last updated: Aug 6, 2019
Sample QuestionSpecificity (in the context of laboratory testing) refers to
Vital signs refer to the measurement of critical body functions, which includes the heartbeat, temperature, breathing rate, and blood pressure. Vital signs can be monitor and measured in health care, home, or in a medical...
Questions: 73 | Attempts: 2751 | Last updated: Apr 1, 2021
Sample Question_____ is reflected in the vital signs by indicating the status of the body's function, which is regulated through homeostatis mechanisms and falling within certain normal ranges.
A computerized tomography scan (CT scan) is an X-ray machine which generates cross-sectional images of the body parts. A Doctor can view and observe the various parts of your body like bones of like shoulders, spine, abdomen, as...
Questions: 22 | Attempts: 1107 | Last updated: Apr 17, 2019
Sample QuestionWhich of the following symptoms indicate a vagal reaction to Contrast 1. Bradycardia 2.A systolic pressure of less than 80 mm Hg 3. Diastolic pressure of more than 90 mm Hg
Practice Quiz for chapter 4.
Questions: 14 | Attempts: 596 | Last updated: Apr 19, 2019
Sample QuestionAbdomen is divided into how many quadrants?
Doctors use a computed tomography(CT) scan to view your body's inner organs, like bones and tissues, to diagnose diseases and evaluate injuries. Through CT scans, doctors can see and observe your body's various parts like...
Questions: 52 | Attempts: 2894 | Last updated: Feb 23, 2021
Sample QuestionHigh resolution CT is most commonly used for the evaluation of the:
Do you know anything about computer tomography? Computed tomography refers to a computerized x-ray imaging procedure. A narrow beam of x-rays is directed at the patient and quickly rotated around the body, producing signals...
Questions: 23 | Attempts: 4788 | Last updated: Oct 5, 2020
Sample QuestionWhat are the advantages of scans of the pituitary taken in the coronal plane?
Web based Quiz for Group 2, 3 and 4 of N313. Content: 10 Questions about Cholinergic & Anticholinergics 5 Questions about Antibacterials Note: Once you click the "START QUIZ" button, the time will...
Questions: 15 | Attempts: 2970 | Last updated: Apr 19, 2019
Sample QuestionCholinergic (parasymphatomimetic) drugs have which of the following therapeutic effects?
Every medical practitioner needs to know most of the terminologies that are used in hospitals. Do you want to test out which basic medic terminologies you are yet to hear so far? This one is a Medical Terminology Quiz!...
Questions: 10 | Attempts: 80904 | Last updated: Jul 20, 2021
Sample QuestionWhat does it mean, If a word begins with the prefix hyper?
The root words, suffixes, and prefixes of medical terms. Their meaning when put together.
Questions: 8 | Attempts: 454 | Last updated: Aug 9, 2018
Sample QuestionTachyphagia means
Second test on CT REG for PT care
Questions: 24 | Attempts: 3313 | Last updated: Aug 25, 2017
Sample QuestionThe normal pulse range for a child is
Have you ever seen what's inside your body? Did you ever get a chance to view the autopsy procedure? If not, then take this quiz on CT scan. A computerized tomography scan ( CT scan) is an X-ray machine that creates...
Questions: 28 | Attempts: 2234 | Last updated: Feb 23, 2021
Sample QuestionThe abdominal aorta bifurcates at the level of:
A patient's health is the first and foremost concern of the doctor. Regular checkups and diagnosis are mandatory for any patient. This quiz has been designed to test your knowledge about the different techniques and...
Questions: 22 | Attempts: 2116 | Last updated: Oct 28, 2021
Sample QuestionWhich of the following sets of values would be considered normal levels of creatinine and BUN respectively?
The human brain is considered the most interesting part of the body to study. An electroencephalogram is a perfect test for diagnosing some problems that may have a connection with the brain. The quiz below is designed to test...
Questions: 28 | Attempts: 8052 | Last updated: Oct 22, 2020
Sample QuestionHigh amplitude slowing can be elicited by ___________ & _____________.
Please place your FD or EMS Agency Name and your complete name in the name box.
Questions: 13 | Attempts: 4248 | Last updated: Jul 21, 2021
Sample QuestionWhich of the below are examples of vital signs?
Questions: 24 | Attempts: 14246 | Last updated: Feb 23, 2021
Sample QuestionAnother name for the ankle bone is the:
If you have been to the hospital ever, you might have come across different sections or departments. This quiz will assess your knowledge about branches of medicine and the health care team. Read the questions carefully and...
Questions: 28 | Attempts: 475 | Last updated: Feb 23, 2021
Sample QuestionThe specialty that treats intestinal disorders is:
Confidentiality is one of the fundamental duties of medical institutions in which health care providers retain a patient’s personal health information private. A violation of confidentiality happens when...
Questions: 11 | Attempts: 47 | Last updated: Jun 23, 2019
Sample QuestionYour patient is in surgery. You are in the waiting room along with the patient's family members. After the doctor updates you on her condition, the family asks you what the doctor said. What do you tell the family?