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5 Matching questions

  1. Invasive Procedure
  2. Holter Monitor
  3. EGD
  4. Color Doppler
  5. Real-Time Imaging
  1. a A portable device that records the heart's electrical activity and produces a continuous EKG tracing over a specified period
  2. b esophago-gastroduodenoscopy
  3. c An ultrasound procedure that displays a rapid sequence of images (like a movie) instantaneously while an object is being examined
  4. d An enhanced form of Doppler echocardiography; different colors are used to designate the direction of blood flow
  5. e A diagnostic or therapeutic technique that requires entry of a body cavity or interruption of normal body functions

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. A test performed to evaluate the function of cranial nerve VIII. It also can indicate disease in the temporal portion of the cerebrum.
  2. Similar to an EMG, except that it evaluates the integrity of the peripheral nerves. This test often is performed with EMG
  3. A study conducted to measure the body's lung capacity and function
  4. A graphic recording of the electrical impulses that the heart generates during the cardiac cycle
  5. room air

5 True/False questions

  1. Plethysmography (arterial)A test used to evaluate nystagmus (involuntary rapid eye movement) and the muscles that control eye movement

          

  2. OcclusionA blockage in a canal, vessel, or passage of the body

          

  3. Manometric StudiesA procedure undertaken to evaluate certain areas of the body by using a manometric device to measure and record pressures; usually performed in the endoscopy department

          

  4. Nerve Conduction Study (NCS)This study measures how well individual nerves can transmit electrical signals (often performed with an electromyogram)

          

  5. Cardiac Stress TestMonitor of heart function that provides a visual and audible record of heartbeat