5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Three concentric coats of eye:
- Anisocoria (ˌan-ˌī-sō-ˈkōr-ē-ə):
- a This condition causes incresed pigmentation
- b Sclera, Choroid and Retina
- c Part of stethoscope best used for low pitched sounds
- d Tapping of person's skin w/short, sharp strokes to assess underlying structures.
- e Unequal pupil size
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Nonverbal cues
Acute: guarding, grimacing, moaning, agitation, restlessness, stillness
Chronic: bracing, rubbing, diminished activity, sighing, appetite change
- Dry mouth
- Bulging eyeballs
- Physical appearance
- Breakdown of cells in the macula of the retina, causing a loss of central vision/clearest vision; most common cause of blindness.
5 True/False Questions
Jaundice: → Skin looks yellow
Pupillary light reflex: → Smooth, firm, fluctuant (moveable & compressible) swelling on the scalp; benign growth.
Indirect percussion: → Two handed percussion, when fixed hand is stationed on person's skin.
Weber Test: → Tuning fork is placed on mastoid process, then is quickly inverted and placed by ear canal; patient signals when sound goes away. Positive Rinne test (is normal)when sound is heard twice as long by air conduction as by bone conduction.
General approach: → A neuron of the CNS that transmits impulses from sensory to motor neurons or to other interneurons.