The lung doctor

There are many lung doctors. Some are super smart. some are as dumb as the average college student. This test could tell you if you could be smarter then the dumb doctor at your near by hospital.

Remember This quiz is for entertainment purposes only. All scenarios and situations within this quiz are fictitious and should not be compared with real life situations. All diagnoses should be made by a trained medical doctor. So could you become the next Dr. House for lung disease. Find out now!

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  1. John Breather is a 67 year-old retired computer programmer who has smoked for over 25 years, but quit 3 years ago. He complains of coughing, occasional tightness in his chest and feeling short of breath when climbing stairs.
  2. Ashley Wheezer is a 5 year old girl who has had repeated bouts of pneumonia and bronchitis. She has persistent coughing and wheezing and she tells you that she does not feel much like playing with her friend... Her mother states that Ashley has difficulty
  3. Bobby Aspirator is a 4 year old boy who loves to put things (including his finger) up his nose. His recent trip to your office is due to an eraser he lost in his nose. Bobby tells you that he coughed a little when it went up his nose. His mother states th
  4. George Hacksalot is a 45 year old man who has been smoking cigarettes for about 25 years, and has been feeling short of breath when exercising. The shortness of breath started about 6 months ago. He states that just last week he has developed a cough and
  5. You decide to order further testing for George. You want to measure absolute air volumes in his lung. Specifically, you want to know the residual volume, functional residual capacity, and the total lung capacity. Therefore, you order which of the followin
  6. Alfred E. Pneumon is a 72 year old retired coal miner who has been complaining of shortness of breath and a chronic cough. Pulmonary function tests show significant decreased lung volume. Alfred is not a smoker, although he did smoke cigarettes for about
  7. : You decide to order radiographic studies for Alfred. Due to his signs and symptoms and the results of his PFT, you decide that one-dimensional images are all that is necessary to view the inside of the lungs. Therefore, you choose which of the following
  8. Kaleb Trigger is a 15 year old young man who has been coughing and wheezing, and it has been especially worse at night and early in the morning. Kaleb tells you that he sneezes like crazy and it feels like someone is sitting on my chest when he is around
  9. Mary Hemoptysis is a non-smoking 35 year old woman who has been experiencing a chronic cough, shortness of breath with occasional bloody sputum, fatigue and weight loss. Mary has had pneumonia several times over the past few years. She tells you that her
  10. Brad Bronchi, a 27 year old non-smoking man, has been experiencing a wet cough, wheezing, and shortness of breath. Brad tells you that he has felt this way every year for the past three years, but it always goes away. He jokingly tells you that this all s

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