YÖKDİL Sağlık Bilimleri Testleri 4

YÖKDİL Sağlık Testleri 4

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Soru 1

So as to ---- obesity, heart disease, diabetes and cancer, many countries are going to raise taxes on unhealthy foods.

A
receive
B
combat
C
promote
D
pretend
E
support
Soru 2

Smartphone apps make it easier for patients to manage their conditions while ---- their daily routines.

A
taking off
B
depending on
C
carrying on
D
calling off
E
giving up
Soru 3

Unlike laboratory studies, prediction studies offer no clinical usefulness ---- assessing individuals.

A
whereas
B
if
C
when
D
since
E
unless
Soru 4

Investigations and treatment should not be delayed simply ---- a patient is pregnant; indeed, most medications and radiological tests can be used in pregnancy.

A
because
B
unless
C
though
D
once
E
after
Soru 5

All parameters were measured by the same investigator ---- was familiar with the anatomy of the thoracic spine.

A
where
B
when
C
which
D
who
E
why
Soru 6

The majority of teenagers are aware of AIDS, but they are unaware of ---- much more common STIs, like HPV.

A
another
B
others
C
other
D
the other
E
the others
Soru 7

Both the Asian flu and the Hong Kong flu, ----, mutates from pig viruses.

A
because it causes economic losses exceeding 32 billion dollars
B
when the virus threatens to trigger a global epidemic
C
although they saved more than 1.5 million lives in 2014 alone
D
if it were as contagious as the flu
E
which are not so deadly as other types of flu
Soru 8

Since new car smells are hazardous and even toxic, ----.

A
the problem tends to dissipate after about six months
B
they may cause headache, eye irritation and drowsiness
C
there is no evidence that the materials are used in cars
D
the other area of transport is steadily increasing its usage in all its forms
E
it is really surprising that they have side effects
Soru 9

Ethically, for some, human genes should not be manipulated to correct diseases ----.

A
whereas, for others, it can be done only when alternative treatments are not satisfactory
B
so that computerized robotics were able to check thousands of DNA samples
C
because a few samples had been cloned or mapped
D
since all scientists involved in the experiments were checking different DNA samples
E
by the time scientists identified those individuals
Soru 10

Virus invades nervous system and destroys nerve cells that control muscles

A
Virüs sinir sistemini ele geçirmekle kalmayıp kasları kontrol eder ve sinir hücrelerini yok eder.
B
Bazı virüslerin sinir sistemini ve kasları kontrol eden sinir hücrelerini yok ettiği bilinir
C
Birçok virüs sinir sistemini yok eder veya kasları kontrol eden sinir hücrelerini ele geçirir.
D
Sinir sistemini ele geçirip sinir hücrelerini yok eden virüs kasları da kontrol eder
E
Virüs sinir sistemini ele geçirir ve kasları kontrol eden sinir hücrelerini yok eder.
Soru 11

Süt kalsiyum bakımından zengin olduğundan, kemiklerimizdeki kalsiyum seviyelerini artırmak için süt tüketmek önemlidir.

A
Milk is really rich in calcium, but it is necessary to consume it for intensifying the calcium levels in most of our bones
B
Whether the milk is rich in calcium or not, it is beneficial to boost calcium sums in our bones
C
In addition to being rich in terms of calcium, the milk is also crucial to consume it for preventing calcium deficiency
D
Because milk is rich in calcium, it is important to consume it for increasing the calcium levels in our bones
E
Milk is rich in calcium, and this is why people are advised to calcium quantities by consuming it.
Soru 12

Kafein içerdiği için kahve zararlı olarak algılanır ancak kahve antioksidan özelliği sayesinde sağlığa çok faydalıdır

A
Drinking coffee is rather hazardous since it is totally composed of caffeine, so it seems hard to avoid drinking it.
B
Drinking coffee is neither useful nor destructive for many people regardless of its antioxidant content.
C
Coffee is considered to be harmful since it includes caffeine, but it is highly beneficial thanks to its antioxidant property
D
Coffee is thought to be risky to our health as it consists of a lot of caffeine, yet it is necessary to consume it in small amounts.
E
Coffee is regarded as detrimental as it includes caffeine, so it is not helpful considering its antioxidant content.
Soru 13

Bilim insanları mükemmeliyetçi insanların çok fazla uykusuzluk çektiğini ortaya koydu.

A
As far as scientists are concerned, perfectionist human beings are less likely to experience insomnia
B
Scientists warn that people who are perfectionist may suffer many problems such as insomnia
C
Scientists suggest that perfectionist people suffer from insomnia a lot
D
Scholars insist that more perfectionist people may face a severe disorder called insomnia
E
Scholars think that perfectionist individuals could undergo severe diseases including insomnia
Soru 14

Dikkat eksikliği oldukça yaygın bir sorundur ve belirtileri yaşamın birçok alanında insanları olumsuz yönde etkileyebilir.

A
Attention deficit is a very common problem and its symptoms could affect people adversely in many areas of life
B
As attention deficit is a worldwide trouble, its symptoms concern many people in all areas of life.
C
Attention deficit may be a prevalent disorder, so its symptoms will influence some people negatively in certain areas of life.
D
Attention deficit is a worldwide problem, so its symptoms will dramatically influence every person in all areas
E
Being a universal disorder, attention deficit will influence individuals in most of daily activities
Soru 15

Today, plastic surgery is mainly used for the correction of undesired physical features of people’s faces or bodies, not to mention its ability to better several health conditions as well. Millions of people around the world do not hesitate to pay tremendous amounts of money for plastic surgeries. The emergence of this highly popular treatment, however, was due to a much different need. In World War I, the soldiers usually suffered head and face wounds in the trenches – wounds doctors had no idea how to treat – and many of these soldiers were left unrecognizable after having a severe wound. Although these soldiers survived the fierce war and its harsh conditions, they faced the problem of not being able to blend back into the society and had to live an isolated life. The medical world’s answer to this issue was making them a new, less horrific face using the soldiers’ own tissues. So was introduced the concept of plastic surgery which helps people to overcome their physical deficiencies and, in return, gain benefits not only psychologically but also socially.

  •  According to the passage, plastic surgery ----.
A
has totally lost its original function and offers no solution to war-related wounds
B
was performed in the trenches right after the soldier was wounded in the face
C
was not really possible in WWI as doctors did not know how to perform it
D
came into existence mainly due to physical appearance needs
E
intended to prolong the life expectancy of severely wounded soldiers
Soru 16

Today, plastic surgery is mainly used for the correction of undesired physical features of people’s faces or bodies, not to mention its ability to better several health conditions as well. Millions of people around the world do not hesitate to pay tremendous amounts of money for plastic surgeries. The emergence of this highly popular treatment, however, was due to a much different need. In World War I, the soldiers usually suffered head and face wounds in the trenches – wounds doctors had no idea how to treat – and many of these soldiers were left unrecognizable after having a severe wound. Although these soldiers survived the fierce war and its harsh conditions, they faced the problem of not being able to blend back into the society and had to live an isolated life. The medical world’s answer to this issue was making them a new, less horrific face using the soldiers’ own tissues. So was introduced the concept of plastic surgery which helps people to overcome their physical deficiencies and, in return, gain benefits not only psychologically but also socially.

  • One can infer from the paragraph that ----.
A
plastic surgery is the modern day’s way of making people fit into the society
B
like many of the inventions, plastic surgery owes a lot to world wars
C
necessary interventions might, in time, turn into luxury choices
D
started at the time of World War I upon the society’s demand for physical beauty
E
plastic surgery was introduced to make only the soldiers’ psychology better
Soru 17

Today, plastic surgery is mainly used for the correction of undesired physical features of people’s faces or bodies, not to mention its ability to better several health conditions as well. Millions of people around the world do not hesitate to pay tremendous amounts of money for plastic surgeries. The emergence of this highly popular treatment, however, was due to a much different need. In World War I, the soldiers usually suffered head and face wounds in the trenches – wounds doctors had no idea how to treat – and many of these soldiers were left unrecognizable after having a severe wound. Although these soldiers survived the fierce war and its harsh conditions, they faced the problem of not being able to blend back into the society and had to live an isolated life. The medical world’s answer to this issue was making them a new, less horrific face using the soldiers’ own tissues. So was introduced the concept of plastic surgery which helps people to overcome their physical deficiencies and, in return, gain benefits not only psychologically but also socially.

  • The best title for the passage can be ----.
A
The History Of Medicine And Surgery
B
The Psychological Effects Of Plastic Surgery
C
The Types Of Wounds In World War I
D
World War I And Trench Warfare
E
Plastic Surgery: Now And Then
Soru 18

Researchers designed their initial experiments to overcome the developmental roadblock. The researchers first created a cell line of immature heart cells taken from mouse embryonic stem cells. ----. And then, they injected about 200,000 of the cells into the ventricle or lower heart chamber of newborn nude rats - rats with deficient immune systems that wouldn't attack and reject the newly introduced cells. After about a week, the fluorescent cells were still rounded and immature-looking.

A
In one experiment, some genes were similar to those activated
B
In the final proof-of-concept experiment, the researchers used induced pluripotent stem cells
C
The cells can no longer demonstrate properties of heart tissue from patients with the disease
D
Researchers can now consistently grow mature cardiomyocytes from patients with specific heart diseases
E
They next tagged these cells with a fluorescent protein
Soru 19

(I) A Scottish shower is actually a therapeutic water treatment. (II) The modern Scottish bath was first designed and marketed in Scotland (III) It is offered in many spas and wellness centers around the world. (IV) During the shower, users stand in an enclosed shower stall while either a trained therapist or an automated valve system alternates hot and cold water sprays. (V) The user's circulatory system is said to benefit from the cycles of expansion and shrinkage.

A
III
B
V
C
II
D
I
E
IV
Soru 20

(I) A lot of bread goes into the litter bin every day. (II) This is mainly because people buy more bread than they need. (III) In poor African countries, many people can’t find fresh bread to eat. (IV) Another reason is that they avoid eating bread in fear of putting on weight. (V) For one reason or another, tons of bread is wasted whereas many poor people are starving.

A
IV
B
I
C
V
D
III
E
II
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