Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. You come in to Dr. Deputy complaining of sore throat, pain when swallowing, fever, aches, chills and swollen neck glands. Please don't breathe on Dr. Deputy. What's the matter with you?
2. You have been diagnosed with a deviated septum. Where would that be?
3. Dr. Deputy observes that your mouth and one eyelid droop. You also appear to be unable to move one side of your face. What's the matter?
4. Emerson Moser, senior crayon maker for Crayola, was actually color blind. What colors can a person usually with a form of color blindness not perceive?
5. You are having chest pains--they may range from slight pressure to crushing pain. The pains extend to the left shoulder, down the arm, and possibly into the jaw. You are also light-headed, sweating, nauseous and short of breath. Of these choices, what's the matter?
6. You come in with a cough that sounds like barking. You are wheezing, have a fever, have trouble swallowing and have general cold symptoms. I should also mention that you are a child. What's the matter?
7. You feel nauseous and experience a spinning sensation. You say you are sure you have labyrinthitis. So where should I check?
8. You have severe pain in your lower back and groin accompanied by blood in your urine. You also feel nausea and keep getting infections. What's the most likely cause?
9. My wife sometimes accuses me of being unable to speak, write or understand the meaning of words. It usually happens when she is talking about stuff I need to do around the house. Or at least I think that's when it happens. I'm not sure. But I think I have a disorder. What disorder could cause a person to suddenly be unable to speak, write or understand words?
10. Your mouth and fingernail beds are blue. You have such trouble breathing that you have to resort to exaggerated chest movements and your shortness of breath is getting worse. You have lost weight because of this condition. What's the matter?
Source: Author deputygary
This quiz was reviewed by FunTrivia editor crisw
before going online.
Any errors found in FunTrivia content are routinely corrected through our feedback system.