Can You Answer 12 Medical Questions?

Does your medical knowledge end with terms like 'band-aid' and 'boo-boo?' Or can you talk medical-speak with the best of M.D.s? Take this quiz now to find out!
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Question 1/12

evgie.com
True or False: You are taller in the morning than you are in the evening.
True
False
It depends what part of the world you live in.
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Question 2/12

sheknows.com
True or False: Chicken pox is a form of the herpes virus.
True
False
It depends what strain of chicken pox you have.
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Question 3/12

airambulancenetwork.com
What does the suffix '-ectomy' mean?
Inflammation
Removal
Enlarged
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Question 4/12

cambridge.org
Do twins have identical sets of fingerprints?
Yes
No
Only if they are identical twins
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Question 5/12

scrapetv.com
Where on the human body is skin the thinnest (less than 1/100 inch thick)?
Eyelid
Earlobe
Under Armpit
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Question 6/12

whstatic.com
What is the name of the most abundant protein in the human body that holds our skin together?
Keratin
Collagen
Elastin
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Question 7/12

deltadentalwablog.com
How many baby teeth does each human have?
20
32
24
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Question 8/12

batanga.com
About how much saliva does the average human produce daily?
1 cup
1 quart
1 gallon
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Question 9/12

hubspot.net
Which medical term is derived from the name of an actual patient?
Bell's Palsy
Lyme Disease
Christmas Disease
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Question 10/12

glogster.com
Which medical term is derived from the Roman god of sleep?
Insomnia
Euthanasia
Hypnosis
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Question 11/12

educationcareerarticles.com
Sometimes, emergency medical technicians and paramedics will perform tests to see whether or not someone is 'A&Ox4.' What does 'A&O' mean?
Appearnce & Orientation
Awake & Osculated
Alert & Oriented
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Question 12/12

wikimedia.org
Where did Alexander Fleming make his famous discovery of penicillin?
St. Andrew's Hospital, London
St. Mary's Hospital, London
St. Therese's Hospital, London
Result
Oh no, you didn't do so well with this quiz. Seems like you only know your medical knowledge from TV shows like House, Grey's Anatomy, and Scrubs, and we all know the information they give isn't 100% accurate!

C+, House/Grey's Anatomy/Scrubs Fan

comicvine.com
Right!
You definitely have a good amount of medical knowledge! You're an aspiring doctor, right? Your quiz score shows that with a few more years of med school, you'll have what it takes!

B+, M.D. Wannabe

speareducation.com
Right!
Either you're just extremely obsessed with medical knowledge, or you're an actual practicing physician! Congratulations on a great quiz score.

A+, Actual Practicing Physician

swedent.com
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1
True or False: You are taller in the morning than you are in the evening.
True
False
It depends what part of the world you live in.
2
True or False: Chicken pox is a form of the herpes virus.
True
False
It depends what strain of chicken pox you have.
3
What does the suffix '-ectomy' mean?
Inflammation
Removal
Enlarged
4
Do twins have identical sets of fingerprints?
Yes
No
Only if they are identical twins
5
Where on the human body is skin the thinnest (less than 1/100 inch thick)?
Eyelid
Earlobe
Under Armpit
6
What is the name of the most abundant protein in the human body that holds our skin together?
Keratin
Collagen
Elastin
7
How many baby teeth does each human have?
20
32
24
8
About how much saliva does the average human produce daily?
1 cup
1 quart
1 gallon
9
Which medical term is derived from the name of an actual patient?
Bell's Palsy
Lyme Disease
Christmas Disease
10
Which medical term is derived from the Roman god of sleep?
Insomnia
Euthanasia
Hypnosis
11
Sometimes, emergency medical technicians and paramedics will perform tests to see whether or not someone is 'A&Ox4.' What does 'A&O' mean?
Appearnce & Orientation
Awake & Osculated
Alert & Oriented
12
Where did Alexander Fleming make his famous discovery of penicillin?
St. Andrew's Hospital, London
St. Mary's Hospital, London
St. Therese's Hospital, London