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Blood System(LOM) / General Surgery I (S. by S)

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It is the platelet in blood system that facilitates clotting:
True
The RH factor was first identified in the blood of a monkey:
True
IF an exploratory procedure progresses to a more definitive surgucal procedure, both codes can be billed using modifier 51 on the lesser valued procedure:
False
Erythropoietin is secreted by the kidneys:
True
Lack of mature red blood cells due to inability to absorb vitamin B12 into the body is:
Pernicious anemia
Excessive bleeding caused by congenital lack of factor VIII or IX;
Hemophilia
Time required for venus blood to clot in a test tube:
Coagulation time,<15 minutes
A substance, usually foreign, that stimulates the production of an antibody:
Antigen
Derived from bone marrow:
Myeloid
Breakdown of recipients red blood cells when incompatible bloods are mixed:
Hemolysis
Creation of a connection between the intestine and the urter is known as:
Ureteroenterostomy
The omentum refers to the:
Peritoneal connection,stomach/Double fold of peritoneum attached to the stomach
The procedure in which a stone (s) found in the gallbladder of urinary bladder is crushed or removed is known as:
Lithrotripsy
The medical term for making an incision into the seminal vesicle in known as:
Vesiculotomy
Surgical repair of the urethra is known as:
Urethroplasty
Gives the percentage of red blood cells in a volume of blood after the blood has been spun in a centrifuge:
Hematocrit/HCT
The surgical procedure for changing the femal genitalia onto make genitalia involves a series of procedures that include:
Intersex surgeries,use the genitalia and surrounding skin to form a penis and testicles structure
Hernia codes are listed according to:
Hernia type
Urodynamics pertains to the:
Motion and flow of urine
The concretion of mineral salts is called a :
Calculus/Kidney stones
A hernia that cannot be returned to the abdominal cavity is said to be:
Incarcerated
The first step in choosing the correct digestive endoscopiic procedure code is to identify the ________ of the procedure:
Extent of procedure
Autologous blood donation requires:
The patients own blood or blood components
Imbrication means:
Overlapping of aponeurotic layers in abdominal surgery
Suture of the bladder is called:
Cystorrhaphy
The muscle wall that separates the thoracic and abdomnal cavities is called:
Diapragm
Vas Deferens is part of the:
Part of the male reproduction system
Anasomosis means:
Surgical connection of two tubular vessels, end to end,side to side, end to side
Manipulation of the urethara means:
Dilation or catheterization
Process of blood clotting:
Coagulation (spell it)
Cells in the spleen, liver and bone marrow that destroy the worn out red blood cells:
Macrophages (spell it)
Blood protein:
Albumin (spell it)
Relieving symptoms but not curing:
Palliative (spell it)
A protein with antibody activity:
Immunoglobulins (spell it)
Suffix meaning stoping or control:
-stasis
Chrom/o:
Color
Granulocytopenia and Pancytopenia are both:
Cell deficiency's, failure to reproduce
Relapse:
Signs and symptoms reappear
Sickle cell anemia:
A hereditay condition characterized by abnormal sickle shape of erythrocytes and by hemolysis
Remission:
Disappearance of signs of disease
Heparin:
Anticoagulant substance found in blood and tissue cells
Aplastic anemia:
Failure of blood cell production due to aplasia of bone marrow
Serum:
Plasma minus clotting proteins and cells
Hemolytic anemia:
Reduction in red cells due to excessive destruction
Purpura:
Multiple pinpoint hemorrhages and accumulation of blood under the skin, or into the skin and mucous membranes produce red pruple discoloration of the skin
Leukemia:
Increased in cancerous white bllod cells, disease if white blood cells
Red blood cell morphology:
Study the shape of red blood cells/Microscopic examination of a stained blood smear to determine the shape of individual red cells