5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Dorsal Recumbent
- Palpation (touch)
- Clinical diagnosis
- a A forecast of the probable course and outcome of the disorder and the prospects of recovery.
- b Used extensively and helps assess characteristics such as texture, temp., shape, and the presence of vibrations or movements.
- c The patient lies faceup, with his back supporting all his weight, knees are drawn up and the feet are flat on the table.
- d The process of listening to body sounds.
- e A diagnosis based on the signs and symptoms of a disease.
5 Multiple choice questions
- The patient lies back on an examining table on which the head is elevated.
- The patient is lying on the table facedown, supporting the body with the knees and chest.
- To palpate the rectum for lesions or irregularities.
- The process of measuring.
- Involves tapping or striking the body to hear sounds or feel vibrations.
5 True/False questions
Proctologic → The patient is bent at the hips at a 90-degree angle aka jacknife position.
Prone → A forecast of the probable course and outcome of the disorder and the prospects of recovery.
Inspection → The visual exam of the patient's entire body and overall appearance.
Lithotomy → The patient is lying flat on the table, facedown.
Sims' → The patient lies on the side, left leg is slightly bent, and the left arm is placed behind the back, the right knees is bent and raised toward the chest, and right arm is bent toward the head for support.