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Some diseases for which a physician may prescribe an antifungal agent are __________. Answer histoplasmosis, Candida infections, tinea coryza, acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, herpes zoster pneumonia, genital herpes, influenza hepatitis, yellow fever, diphtheria
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The ration of red blood cell volume to whole blood is called___________. Answer A. hematocrit B. erythropoiesis C. monocytes D. intrinsic factor
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The ration of red blood cell volume to whole blood is called HEMATOCRIT.

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Disease-modifying antirheumatic drugs are recommended in early rheumatoid arthritis to __________. Answer reduce pain and inflammation replace loss cartilage limit irreversible joint damage increase mobility of the joint
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Disease-modifying antirheumatic drugs are recommended in early rheumatoid arthritis to reduce pain and inflammation.
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