Бесплатный онлайн-тест на лексику медицинского английского

Бесплатный онлайн-тест на лексику медицинского английского

Проверьте, как хорошо вы знаете лексику медицинского английского языка! У вас есть 40 минут, чтобы завершить тест (следите за таймером в правой части экрана). На каждый вопрос есть только один вариант ответа. Результат вы получите сразу после прохождения.

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Good luck!

 

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A person has ___.
A calf is a part of your ___.
Mrs. Johnson is suffering ___ rheumatoid arthritis.
An instrument for injections is called a ___.
Which of these is NOT a part of renal system?
If a patient has blepharitis, he has problems with his ___.
Surgeons ___ operations.
The doctor who helps patients with heart problems is a ___.
BHT means ___ head trauma.
If the patient has a cataract, he needs to have his ___ replaced.
Which of these is NOT a part of gastrointestinal system?
A human’s heart has 4 ___.
If a tumor is not very dangerous for health, it is called ___.
I have ___ a cold from one of my colleagues.
Which word is odd?
When recovering from breaking a leg a patient usually needs ___.
A(n) ___ does not allow you to take medication in certain conditions.
Third molars are commonly called ___.
A special tool used to help a woman to deliver a baby is called ___.
“c/o” means ___.
If the patient cannot walk, he is carried on ___.
BMI equals height divided ___ weight squared.
Sweat comes to the surface of the skin through sweat ___.
A surgeon makes a(n) ___ with a scalpel.
Which word is odd?
Mr. Clark ___ to his GP with chest pain.
A special room where patients usually sleep while they are in hospital is called ___.
The person who helps to deliver babies is called a ___.
The nurse who helps surgeons is a ___ nurse.
If you want to rub a part of your body, it is___.
When the patient is fine and can go home from hospital , he is ___.
She was advised to reduce her ___ of sugar.
What is the informal word for 'varicella'?
Which of the following substances is poisonous?
What is the informal word for 'mandible'?
Angina pectoris affects a person’s ___.
A(n) ___ protects you against infectious diseases.
Which of these adjectives does NOT describe pain?
Local anaesthesia ___ a small part of your body.
A(n) ___ makes bowel movements easier.
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