5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Basal Cell carcinoma (BCCA)
- Cone Curette
- Positioning For Plastics
- Metal Ruler
- a Used to scrape or remove bone tissue.
- b Most common form of malignant lesion, spreads locally, does not metastasize.
- c Protruding jaw.
- d Most pts. are placed in the supine or modified Fowler's position, though there are situations where a slight Trendelenburg is optimal.
- e Used to make precise measurements for small and large skin grafts.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Head and neck - 9%
Torso, anterior and posterior - 18% each
Upper extremities - 9% each
Lower extremities - 18% each
Perineum - 1%
- Damage to tissue through excessive heat.
- Benzoin spray or swabs, cotton balls and cotton sheeting (moistened), fine mesh gauze (moistened), kerlix and kling rolls, Non-adherent gauze (Adaptic, Vaseline or Xeroform gauze), Telfa (moistened), Variety of skin wound tapes (Steri-strips), Webril, moistened.
- Used to reshape bone or cartilage.
- Congenitally fused digits.
5 True/False Questions
First Degree Burn → "Char Burns" extend into bones, tendons and muscles. This type requires debridement and extensive grafting.
Z - Plasty, Y- Plasty → Techniques for revising scars that involve excision and closure of scars.
Lipoma → Highly malignant, often presents as mole that has changed color, size, and/or appearance.
Dermatome → Instrument used to obtain split-thickness skin grafts from patient's extremities (abdomen, back or buttocks) that are free of lesions or imperfections.
Nerve Retractor → Used to retract vessels.