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Knowledge test: medicine

What do you call the instrument for listening to the heartbeat? Which illness was formerly known as "consumption"? And who invented penicillin?

What do you call the instrument for listening to the heartbeat?

Which illness was formerly known as "consumption"?

Which great medicin invented penicillin?

How many bones does a person have?

What kind of pathogens do you fight with antibiotics?

Which human organ produces the vital hormone insulin?

The human lungs are divided into several "lung lobes". How many are there exactly?

What year was the first successful human heart transplant?

Which blood cells belong to the body's immune system?

Which important scholar is considered to be the founder of modern heredity (genetics)?

What is the estimated size of the surface of the human intestine?

From which scholar comes the sentence "All things are poison and nothing is without poison, only the dose makes that a thing is not poison"?

How many teeth do adults have?

What is meant by the term "anemia"?

How many nerve cells does the human brain have?

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