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Jaundice
a) Blue b) Yellow c) Red d) White
Necrosis
a) Death of a tissue b) Healthy tissue c) A bacterial infection d) A fungal infection
Hematemesis
a) Excessive Gas b) A cancerous tumor c) A liver disease d) Vomiting Blood
Hepatomegaly
a) Inability to control bowel movements b) Blood in the feces c) Enlarged liver d) Common disorder in babies
Cholelithiasis
a) Gallstones b) Polyps in the colon c) Cancer of the colon d) Infection of the Pancreas
Ileus
a) Abnormal absence of peristalsis in the small and large intestine b) Irritable Bowel Disease c) Yellow stools d) A worm or parasite in the intestines
Masticate
a) To take charge b) wave-like contractions that move food and waste c) to swallow d) to chew
Deglutition
a) to chew b) To Swallow c) wave-like contractions that move food and waste d) To take charge
Peristalsis
a) To take charge b) To chew c) Wave-like contractions that move food and waste d) To swallow
Colic
a) A disease commonly seen in dogs b) A common disorder of newborns causing gas and cramping c) Vomiting Blood d) Infection of the bowel
Dysphagia
a) difficulty or painful eating or swallowing b) Excessive overeating due to disease c) Poor appetitie d) A stone that forms in the salivary gland
Esophageal varices
a) A narrow esophagus b) Ulcerations in the esophagus c) Swollen protruding veins in the esophagus or stomach d) A short esophagus
Intussusception
a) Twisting of the intestines b) Absence of peristalsis in the intestines c) A ruptured appendix d) Telescoping of the intestines
Volvulus
a) Twisting of the intestines b) Absence of peristalsis in the intestines c) A ruptured appendix d) Telescoping of the intestines
Hemorrhoids
a) Swollen protruding veins in the esophagus b) Swollen protruding veins in the rectum c) A bowel where death has occurred to the tissue d) Blood in feces
Gluten enteropathy
a) Pouches that form in the large intestine trapping feces in them b) Food allergy to gluten found in certain grains which damages small intestine. c) Bacterial infection caused by E-Coli d) Inflammation of the rectum due to radiation therapy or ulcers of the rectum.
Sialolithiasis
a) Stones that form in the salivary gland and become lodge in the duct. b) Excessive overeating due to disease c) Indigestion d) Mouth ulcers
Polyphagia
a) Poor appetitie b) Inflammation and cracking of the lips and corner of the mouth. c) Excessive overeating due to disease d) Indigestion
Chelitis
a) Poor appetitie b) Indigestion c) Mouth Ulcers d) Inflammation and crackin of the lips and corners of the mouth
Gastroenteritis
a) Inflammation or infection of the stomach and intestines due to virus or bacterium. b) A stomach ulcer c) Heartburn d) Abnormal absence of peristalsis in the intestines.
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