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Question 1: Inside the body, ________ are in common use with artificial hearts and lungs seeing less common use but under active technology development.
Artificial heart valveStrokeMyocardial infarctionArtery

Question 2: Unlike neuromotor prostheses, neurocognitive prostheses would sense or modulate neural function in order to physically reconstitute or augment cognitive processes such as executive function, ________, language, and memory.
PerceptionAttentionExecutive functionsCognitive psychology

Question 3: In ________, a prosthesis (plural prostheses; from the Greek πρόσθεσις "addition") is an artificial extension that replaces a missing body part.
SurgeryPhysicianMedicineSpecialty (medicine)

Question 4: A famous and quite refined[2] historical prosthetic arm was that of Götz von Berlichingen, made in the beginning of the ________.
17th century16th century15th century11th century

Question 5: With advances in modern technology, cosmesis, the creation of lifelike limbs made from silicone or ________ has been made possible.
PolycarbonatePlasticPolyvinyl chloridePolystyrene

Question 6: Around the same time, François de la Noue is also reported to have had an iron hand, as is, in the ________, René-Robert Cavalier de la Salle[3].
16th century161617th century18th century

Question 7: In addition to the standard ________ for everyday use, many amputees or congenital patients have special limbs and devices to aid in the participation of sports and recreational activities.
SurgeryAmputationArtificial limbNervous system

Question 8: In order for a robotic prosthetic limb to work, it must have several components to integrate it into the body's function: ________ detect signals from the user's nervous or muscular systems.
AntibodyBacteriaBiotinBiosensor

Question 9: Other medical devices and aids that can be considered prosthetics include artificial eyes, palatal obturator, gastric bands, and ________.
Crown-to-root ratioDenturesCrown (dentistry)Removable partial denture
















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