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Idiosyncrasy: Quiz


Question 1: Idiosyncratic symbols mean one thing for a particular person, as a blade could mean war, but to someone else, it could symbolize a ________.
NeurosurgeryICD-9-CM Volume 3SurgeryCardiothoracic surgery

Question 2: This understanding began to change in the 1870s, when discoveries made by researchers in Europe permitted the advent of a 'scientific medicine', a precursor to the ________ that is the standard of practice today.
Clinical trialEvidence-based medicineEpidemiologyRandomized controlled trial

Question 3: Idiosyncrasy defined the way physicians conceived ________ in the nineteenth century.

Question 4: In ________, risks of price changes due to the unique circumstances of a specific security, as opposed to the overall market, are described as idiosyncratic risk.
Beta (finance)Modern portfolio theoryEfficient-market hypothesisCapital asset pricing model

Question 5: Most commonly, this is caused by an ________, congenital or acquired, so that the triggering substance cannot be processed properly in the organism and causes symptoms by accumulating or blocking other substances to be processed.
Inborn error of metabolismFumarase deficiencyICD-10 Chapter IV: Endocrine, nutritional and metabolic diseasesPancreatic disease

Question 6: In psychiatry, the term means a specific and unique mental condition of a patient, often accompanied by ________.
EuphemismNeologismAcronym and initialismNonce word


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