This is a short CMA (certified medical assistant) practice test designed to give you an introduction to the types of questions that might be asked on your official AAMA certification exam.
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Here are the correct answers:
Dysphonia is a common symptom of which of the following conditions?
A patient who has hypergonadism, prolactinoma, and hirsutism will most likely be referred to which of the following specialists?
What is the general meaning of “corpus”?
Which of the following terms describes surgical fixation of the uterus in a suspended position?
Inflammation of a sweat gland is known as what?
Which of the following physicians specializes in treating patients with diseases of the liver?
Which of the following is a surgical procedure in which a pendulous breast is lifted and fixed to the chest wall?
Which of the following procedures is indicated when an abnormal growth is identified on barium enema x-ray study?
Which of the following is a nonsterile procedure?
Which of the following words is spelled CORRECTLY?
A patient with encephalitis is most likely to be treated by which of the following specialists?
A patient scheduled for echoencephalography will undergo a study of which of the following?
Which of the following is the definition for aphasia?
Inability to swallow
Which of the following branches of medicine specializes in the study of the musculoskeletal system?
Adipose tissue is made of which of the following?
#1 Adipose tissue is made of which of the following?
Correct answer is Fat cells
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