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Vomiting: Quiz

  
  
  
  

Question 1: Intense vomiting in ________ ceremonies is a common phenomenon.
Psychedelics, dissociatives and deliriantsMDMADimethyltryptamineAyahuasca

Question 2: In children, it can be caused by an allergic reaction to cow's milk proteins (Milk allergy or ________)
Lactose intoleranceCoeliac diseaseFructose malabsorptionSucrose intolerance

Question 3: People who vomit chronically (e.g., as part of an eating disorder such as ________) may devise various ways to hide this disorder.
Eating disordersBulimia nervosaAlzheimer's diseaseMajor depressive disorder

Question 4: ________ (inflammation of the gastric wall, usually by viruses)
PancreatitisGastroenteritisGastritisHepatitis

Question 5: Vagal and enteric nervous system inputs that transmit information regarding the state of the ________.
Human gastrointestinal tractColorectal cancerAscending cholangitisPeritonitis

Question 6: Recurrent vomiting, such as observed in ________, may lead to destruction of the tooth enamel due to the acidity of the vomit.
Bulimia nervosaAlzheimer's diseaseEating disordersMajor depressive disorder

Question 7: The vomiting act encompasses three types of outputs initiated by the chemoreceptor trigger zone: Motor, ________ (PNS), and sympathetic nervous system (SNS).
Parasympathetic nervous systemAutonomic nervous systemNerveSubmandibular ganglion

Question 8: ________ was also used in the past as an emetic.
Potassium permanganateSodium nitriteCopper(II) sulfateEthanol

Question 9: Some people who are engaged in ________ will induce vomiting in order to make room in their stomachs for further alcohol consumption.
Alcoholic beverageAlcoholismBeerBinge drinking

Question 10: ________ water and mustard water have been used since ancient times as emetics.
PotassiumSaltHypertensionSodium chloride
















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