Test 3

1. Do you think, what are the benefits that you could acquire in familiarizing the information by
Medical Specialty?

The major benefits I could definitely acquire by familiarizing the information by Medical Specialty are:
to become aware of the specific areas of medicine and medical specialties, improve or highlight
the importance of interdisciplinary communication in facilitating early diagnosis and
treatment because conditions of serious consequence can otherwise be overlooked,
and of course, to know some diagnosis and treatment to relevant info such as news, articles,
multimedia help, health calculators, and more from various fields of medicine that treat different
health conditions.

2. In your case, how far you will handle yourself in terms of your stress tolerance to your studies,
lovelife, and other achievements/experiences or activities. How to resolved or to manage? Do you
think it will affect your human respiratory condition to that circumstances? Give an example scenario.

Stress is a very common obstacle to productivity especially in studies or even in career
success. That's why being able to manage stress effectively can prove pivotal. In order to manage
stress, we must understand that stressful situations arise and don't let the ill effects loom over
ourselves.

They say that self-confidence and self-assurance are key characteristics of mentally
strong people, it definitely helps people work through stress. Let’s say for example, instead of
being negative and saying, "I can't handle one more problem, YOU MUST TELL YOURSELF: 'I
can deal with stress, and I'll be OK no matter what happens.”

Certain things are out of your control, and for some people, that simple fact is stressful.
People with mental strength, however, know when something is their responsibility. "They spring
into action and engage in active problem-solving when they can prevent and address problems,
and they don't waste energy on the things they can't control."

One important thing is also we should become aware of the warning signs that we are
becoming stressed out. Because of self-awareness, we might be able to adjust our activities and
lifestyle accordingly so we can combat stress effectively. For example, if you're surrounded with
pessimists, chances are they will infringe on your outlook. The same can be said, however, for
optimists.

Stress releases cortisol, a hormone that can cause positive or even negative impacts if it is
too much. It targets many organs in the body and the respiratory system is not an exception. To

Test 2 1. and the most commonly affected site is the epithelium of the bronchial passage. The term cardiac means from the Greek kardia. breathing exercises and other techniques can be observed. The leading cause of lung cancer. which respond to the changing levels of the oxygen and carbon dioxide in the blood.keep cortisol levels healthy and under control. Is an automatic process that is controlled by the centers in the brain. A Lung Cancer B Drinking Liquor C Smoking 2. A Heart B Deoxygenated blood . A Disease B Breathing C Pumps blood 3.

A Podiatry B Plastic Surgery C Pediatric Nephrology 5. It provides diagnosis. A Testicle Pain B Andrology . A sub-specialty of urology that specializes in the medical issues related to men. ___________ are muscular vessels that carry blood away from the heart to the tissues and organs of the body. A Bones B Muscle C Arteries 6. which is also known as chiropody. ankle and lower extremities. medical care and treatment for patients with disorders of the foot. A foot care department. C Body 4.

A Sex hormone B Infertility C Sex glands 9. hearing loss. tinnitus and a feeling of fullness in the ears A Presbycusis B Meniere's . A Biochemistry B Stool Test C Drug Delivery System 8. C Prostate Cancer 7. _________________ disease is a condition of unknown cause in which the patient experiences symptoms of vertigo. Also known as gonads are the testes in males and ovaries in females. Is the study of chemical processes within and relating to living organisms.

A condition wherein couples fail to achieve pregnancy or if the woman has been unable to carry a pregnancy that results in a live birth. C Acidosis 10. A Andropause B Conn's syndrome C Infertility 12. Commonly affects children with chronic kidney disease. Is a natural hormone that controls our blood sugar. especially those in the later stages of the disease. A Insulin B Hypertension C Hypoglycemia 11. A Anemia .

the dynamics of sexual relationships. kidney stones. as well as the mechanics of sexual contact/acts. . bladder problems. sexual orientation. neurological disorders and other abnormalities within the body. gastrointestinal. B Seckel syndrome C Hepatology 13 A medical specialty that uses radioactive tracers to diagnose and treat a variety of diseases. such as cancer. A branch of medicine that treats children from infancy through late adolescence for kidney or urinary tract disease. heart disease. sexual development. or high blood pressure. The scientific study of all areas of sex including anatomy. endocrine. A Nuclear medicine B Muscoloskeletal system C Palliative care 14. physiology. A Pediatric Nephrology B Pulmonology Specialty C Pharmacology 15.

and sensory processing. 2. 5. ureters. or cranium. and urethra. memory. The 'lymphatic' system consists of the white blood cells. The 'brain' is the organ of thought. The 'pelvis' is the bony structure located at the base of the spine (properly known as the caudal end). 4. The 'muscular hydrostat' is a biological structure found in many animals that is used for locomotion. 6. A 'skull'. . which serves as the general framework for a head. where the appendage terminates. A Rheumatology B Podiatry C Sexology Test 1 1. the thymus. The 'humerus' is the (upper) arm bone. and serves many aspects of communication and controls various systems and functions. lymph nodes and lymph channels. 11. bladder. 7. is a bony structure of Craniates. The 'shoulder joint' is the ball-and-socket joint between the proximal end of the humerus and the clavicle and scapula. The 'hand' is the portion of the arm or anterior limb of a human or other primate. emotion. The 'urinary' system consists of the kidneys. which are also part of the lymphatic system. 3. 9. 8. The 'reproductive' system consists of the gonads and the internal and external sex organs. An 'ear' is an organ used by an animal to detect sound waves. 10.

'skin' is the largest organ of the body. which infect the epithelial cells of skin and then prompt them to multiply. 13. 14. usually noticed when it drains out through the nostrils. 15. A 'nosebleed'. . is the relatively common occurrence of hemorrhage (bleeding) from the nose.12. 'toes' are the digits of the foot of a human or animal. 'warts' are epidermal growths caused by strains of HPV (human papilloma virus). medically known as epistaxis. covering and protecting the entire surface of the body.