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5 Matching questions

  1. Dislocation
  2. 3rd Degree Burn
  3. Sprain
  4. Ringworm
  5. Gall Stones
  1. a Injury that occurs with a forcible twisting motion of a joint, usually stretching or rupturing the ligaments that support it (classified as 1st, 2nd, or 3rd degree)
  2. b Extensive injury to the skin in which the epidermis, dermis and part/all of the hypodermis, as well the accessory organs of the skin, are severely damaged
  3. c Also known as a luxation; an injury that occurs when a bone is displaced from a joint in the body (usually resulting in the tearing of various ligaments/tendons that are associated with the joint)
  4. d Fungal infection in which the rash forms a circular shape on the skin
  5. e Condition that develops when cholesterol and bile salts form small deposits within the gall bladder

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Irregular (lateral) curvature of the spinal column
  2. Condition that occurs when the bones of the maxilla do not fuse properly during fetal development, leading to facial defomities of the upper lip region
  3. Tumors that arise from the epidermis (basal layer) and rarely spread
  4. Connective tissue disorder that results in "super-stretchy" skin and hypermobile joints
  5. Condition that develops as a result of sodium urate crystals that accumulate in the blood; usually common in the foot/big toe

5 True/False questions

  1. Osteogenesis ImperfectaPrecursor condition to osteoporosis; it consists of a lower than normal bone density, but not quite low enough to be classified as osteoporosis

          

  2. DiabetesDisorder involving irregular levels of blood sugar (usually from dysfunctional cells in the pancreas that have difficulty producing or releasing insulin)

          

  3. Lyme DiseaseBacterial infection carried by deer ticks that causes a bull's-eye shaped rash, joint inflammation, and can lead to neurological conditions (Bell's Palsy)

          

  4. 2nd Degree BurnExtensive injury to the skin in which the epidermis, dermis and part/all of the hypodermis, as well the accessory organs of the skin, are severely damaged

          

  5. ImpetigoSkin disorder in which the melanocytes are no longer functional, and can no longer produce pigment.

          

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