General Surgery Test I

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the xiphoid process is located where on the sternum

distal portion

In what Quadrant is the gallbladder located

Right Upper

the Illiac region of the abdomen is also known as

inguinal

where is the linea alba located

medially where the abdominal aponeurosa join

Long, vertical, straplike muscle of the abdomen

retus abdominus

the alimentary canal is also known as the

digestive tract

the inner layer of the digestive tract

mucosa

parasympathetic innervation to the stomach is provided by what nerve

the vagus nerve

3 portions of the small intestine

duedonum,jejuneum,illeum

what is the appendix attached to

cecum

Function of omenta

limit pertioneal infection

what organ is exocrine and endocrine

pancreas

largest organ of abdominal cavity

liver

outer layer of digestive tract

serosa

function of the colon

produces vit k

beta cells from islets of langerhans to make

insulin

single largest mass of lymphatic tissue

spleen

bile is produced by the

liver

function of the liver

produce bile

the bilary tract terminates at

sphincter of oddi

kocher type incision

oblique

position for mcburneys

supine

a diaphragmatic hernia is located

in the diaphragm

nissan fundoplication procedure is for

hiatal hernia

gastrotomy

opening from skin to stomach

gastroscopy

insert through mouth

dysphagia

difficulty swallowing

moloney dialators used for

esophagus

purse string suture used to

tighten or close an opening

what type of incision is used for an appendectomy

mcburney

end illeostomy created from

terminal illeum

chyme

partially digested food

removal of gallbladder

choecystectomy

gallstones

cholelithiasis

what other instrument set is used during a cholecystectomy

CBD exploration

what position would you use to displace abdominal contents

trendelenberg

whipple pancreaticoduedenectomy

head of pancreas, distal 1/3 of stomach, duedonum etc...

following a pancreaticoduedenectomy

pancreaticjejunostomy etc....

modified radical mastectomy

breast and axillary lymph nodes

removal of parathyroid glands leads to

tetany

what do you use to insufflate the abdomen

carbon dioxide

prep for laparotomy

mid chest to mid thighs bilaterally

position for removal of hemmroids

kraske

small intestin food and water is controoled by what

pyloric sphincter

alpha cells of islets of langerhans produces

glucagon

recurrence of anal fissure

25%

hassan technique to

insufflate co2

parietal

outside wall of cavity or organ

stenosis

narrowing of a vessel or structure

necrosis

localized tissue death

ascities

abnormal collection of fluid protein and electrolytes

stasis

stop

peristalsis

wave like motion

lysis

breakdown

chyle

liquid product of digestion

ostomy

form a new opening

docho

common bile duct

otomy

incision into

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