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5 Matching questions

  1. Osteopenia
  2. Celiac's Disease
  3. Osteogenesis Imperfecta
  4. Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome
  5. Cellulitis
  1. a Genetic disorder that affects the development of bone/osseous tissue, resulting in "brittle bone" disease
  2. b Disorder in which a person cannot digest the protein gluten in foods (found in carbs such as breads & pasta) that causes an inability to absorb nutrients
  3. c Precursor condition to osteoporosis; it consists of a lower than normal bone density, but not quite low enough to be classified as osteoporosis
  4. d Deep tissue infection (below the epidermis) that occur anywhere on the skin, but is usually found in the legs, arms and face
  5. e Connective tissue disorder that results in "super-stretchy" skin and hypermobile joints

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Cancer of the (squamous cells) of the epidermis, usually on sun-exposed portions of the body
  2. Chronic degeneration of the hyaline cartilage within the joints of the body
  3. Fungal infection in which the rash forms a circular shape on the skin
  4. Rare genetic mutation where soft tissues of the body (ligaments, tendons, muscles) begin to form bone, eventually prohibiting movement in the joints of the body
  5. Bacterial infection carried by deer ticks that causes a bull's-eye shaped rash, joint inflammation, and can lead to neurological conditions (Bell's Palsy)

5 True/False questions

  1. Marfan SyndromeGenetic disorder that causes abnormal connective tissue development (weakness in the tissues of the bones, eyes, muscles). Patients will also have a longer wingspan than height, and abnormally long fingers

          

  2. SprainInjury 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)

          

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

          

  4. DislocationInjury 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)

          

  5. Herniated DiscSkin condition in which the cells grow too quickly, causing patches of dry skin to accummulate and flake off.

          

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