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Anorectic: Quiz


Question 1: Following the ________, amphetamines were re-directed for use on the civilian market.
Collaboration with the Axis Powers during World War IIWorld War IISoviet occupationsSecond Sino-Japanese War

Question 2: It is also debatable as to whether the ephedrine ban had more to do with its use as a precursor in ________ manufacture rather than legitimate health concerns.

Question 3: Used on a short term basis clinically to treat ________, some appetite suppressants are also available over-the-counter.
Abdominal obesityObesity hypoventilation syndromeChildhood obesityObesity

Question 4: Many amphetamines produce side effects including ________, tachycardia and hypertension,[4] making prolonged unsupervised use dangerous.
AddictionDrug addictionSocial anxiety disorderBenzodiazepine dependence

Question 5: Also widely used as a basis is ________ with other plant extracts to limit calorie intake.
Tea cultureGreen teaBlack teaJapanese tea ceremony

Question 6: Drugs of this class are frequently stimulants of the phenethylamine family, related to ________ (informally known as speed).

Question 7: Epidemics of fatal ________ and heart valve damage associated with pharmaceutical anorectic agents have led to the withdrawal of products from the market.
ChylothoraxPulmonary embolismPulmonary hypertensionPneumonia

Question 8: ________ (Fastin, Adipex, Ionamin, etc)

Question 9: An anorectic or anorexic (from the Greek an- = "without" and orexis = "appetite"), also known as anorexigenic or appetite suppressant, is a ________ and/or drug which reduces appetite, food consumption, and as a result, causes weight loss to occur.
HerbalismWolfberryVitaminDietary supplement

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