Medical Terminology Quizzes
Do you want to use repetition to help learn medical terminology? If your answer is yes, then try our quizzes.
They are fun and focused, plus give instant feedback on your answer.
Repetition is an important element of learning and it is especially useful for learning the language of medicine, so take our quizzes as often as you want. Only you see your results.
Can you identify the medical terms for symptoms of a common cold? Some are headache, fever, sore throat, and runny nose.
The terms diabetes or thyroid gland are used in everyday language, but what about other terms related to the endocrine system?
At least 2.7 million Americans are living with atrial fibrillation (AFib). Check out terms surrounding this most common type of arrhythmia.
Check your knowledge of the medical terms surrounding COVID-19 and the coronavirus.
Are phlebitis and thrombophlebitis synonymous? How does a thrombus differ from an embolus?
The healthcare field is rich with medical abbreviations. While useful for saving time, errors can occur as a result of misinterpretation.
Check your knowledge of six medical terms associated with the cause and symptoms of myocardial infarction (heart attack).
Misspelling medical terms may be a habit. Therefore, hard to break. Becoming aware of commonly misspelled medical terms may help.
Is ibuprofen the same as Advil? Take the quiz and check your knowledge of ten commonly used drugs.
What's the difference between arthritis and arthralgia? The answer is in the suffix. Suffixes can unlock the meaning of many terms.
The Integumentary System is composed of the skin, glands, hair, and nails. The skin is the largest organ of the body.
How well do you know the medical terms for the urinary system? Take the quiz and find out.
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