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AH 1 Sensory Disorders
Sclera
Uvea
Retina
Cornea
the external white of the eye
the middle layer, includes the choroid, ciliary body, and iris
inner layer, includes photoreceptors [rods and cones]
the clear, dome-shaped tissue covering the front of the eye.
Sclera
the external white of the eye
Uvea
the middle layer, includes the choroid, ciliary body, and iris
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AH Module 2 (Sensory Disorders and Pain)
Cornea
Iris
lens
Optic Nerve
the clear, dome-shaped tissue covering the front of the eye
the colored part of the eye that controls the amount of light…
a crystalline structure located just behind the iris that foc…
the nerve that transmits electrical pulses from the retina to…
Cornea
the clear, dome-shaped tissue covering the front of the eye
Iris
the colored part of the eye that controls the amount of light…
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AHS 202 - Lecture 12 - Sensory Organs
visceral sensations, touch, temperatur…
taste, smell, hearing, equilibrium, an…
baroreceptors
chemoreceptors
the five general senses
the five special senses
pressure receptor found in the brain (also found in carotid a…
receptors in the brain that detect blood pH and osmolality
visceral sensations, touch, temperatur…
the five general senses
taste, smell, hearing, equilibrium, an…
the five special senses
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AH 2 EXAM #2: PART B: SENSORY
AH 2 EXAM 2
CH 63... HEARING AND BALANCE DISORDERS
HEARING LOSS
1. CONDUCIVE HEARING LOSS
CHAPTERS ... 63, 64... SENSORY... HEARING AND BALANCE DISORDERS... VISION…
CH 63... HEARING AND BALANCE DISORDERS
-Most prevalant disoder assoc w the sx of the ear... -All age gr…
=Sound waves cannot reach inner ear for processing and interp…
AH 2 EXAM 2
CHAPTERS ... 63, 64... SENSORY... HEARING AND BALANCE DISORDERS... VISION…
CH 63... HEARING AND BALANCE DISORDERS
CH 63... HEARING AND BALANCE DISORDERS
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AHS2: Helen Kennedy, Sensory Reception Intro.
How many times did she say OK in this…
2 internal states which are monitored…
2 pieces of information that the sense…
Why doesn't an animal's senses provide…
119.
Homeostatic regulation (temp, blood osmolarity etc) , motor c…
Detection of threats, recognition of external resources like…
Animal's nervous system and sense recognise only those featur…
How many times did she say OK in this…
119.
2 internal states which are monitored…
Homeostatic regulation (temp, blood osmolarity etc) , motor c…
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AH Fluid electrolyte/Pain/ Sensory Disorders and Pain
Which condition or manifestation in th…
Which intervention is most important f…
If a person is experiencing positive T…
An older client who has advanced Alzhe…
D... The serum sodium level is elevated, indicating hypernatrem…
D... Rationale: Dehydration is the most common cause or contribu…
Apply oxygen to help relieve plantar flexion
Answer: B... Rationale: The client is unable to verbally rate h…
Which condition or manifestation in th…
D... The serum sodium level is elevated, indicating hypernatrem…
Which intervention is most important f…
D... Rationale: Dehydration is the most common cause or contribu…
AHS2: Helen Kennedy - Sensory reception
Internal... External
- Homeostatic regulation eg. Temp, flu…
- Recognition of external threats eg.…
An animal's NERVOUS SYSTEM (including…
Which stimuli do sensory systems collect information ? (2)
What information is collected about the body state (internal)…
What information is collected about the environment (external…
An animal's ..... (including.......) is adapted to recognise…
Internal... External
Which stimuli do sensory systems collect information ? (2)
- Homeostatic regulation eg. Temp, flu…
What information is collected about the body state (internal)…
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AHS 202 - Lecture 13 - Sensory Organs II & Funduscopic Examinations
eye
anterior
posterior
superior
the only organ of the animal for which we use human direction…
term meaning toward the front of the eye
term meaning toward the back of the eye
term meaning towards the top of the eye
eye
the only organ of the animal for which we use human direction…
anterior
term meaning toward the front of the eye
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AH1: Quiz 1 Pain, Sensory, Fluid & Electrolytes
3
true
perspectives
true
Chronic illness is a condition or illness that has existed fo…
T/F: The most common chronic illnesses include: Arthritis, Ca…
Shifting _______ model of chronic illness is the switch from…
T/F: For patients in rehab, the goal is whatever the best pos…
3
Chronic illness is a condition or illness that has existed fo…
true
T/F: The most common chronic illnesses include: Arthritis, Ca…
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Cranial Nerves(Left column) Modality[numerical, (S:Sensory, M:Motor, B: both/mixed), Function] (right column) p38/ Oh oh oh To Touch And Feel Very Good Velvet! AH!
Olfactory
Optic
Oculomotor
Trochlear
I, Sensory, Smell
II, Sensory, Vision
III, Motor, Eye movements
IV, Motor, Eye movements/proprioception(sense of relative pos…
Olfactory
I, Sensory, Smell
Optic
II, Sensory, Vision
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Sensory Neuro quiz
A nurse is providing information to a…
Identify a causative factor associated…
A patient complains of a decrease in t…
A patient reports, "While I was walkin…
Migraine headaches have at least 2 of the following character…
A sensorineural hearing loss involves damage to the neural co…
Chemicals in cigarette smoke may damage the olfactory recepto…
Covering the eye loosely with a sterile patch with referral f…
A nurse is providing information to a…
Migraine headaches have at least 2 of the following character…
Identify a causative factor associated…
A sensorineural hearing loss involves damage to the neural co…
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AH
Ethylene diamines
piperazine AH
piperazine ring
alkyl amine
pyrilamine... tripelennamine
hydroxyzine... cyclizine... meclizine
chlorpheniramine... brompheniramine
Ethylene diamines
pyrilamine... tripelennamine
piperazine AH
hydroxyzine... cyclizine... meclizine
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Nervous System - AH 103
Two Divisions of the Nervous System
three main functions of the nervous sy…
Two types of cells in nervous tissue
Neuron function
Central Nervous System (CNS) & Peripheral Nervous System (PNS)
1. Receive sensory input ... 2. Information processing & integra…
Neurons & Neuroglial
transmit nerve impulses between parts & nervous system
Two Divisions of the Nervous System
Central Nervous System (CNS) & Peripheral Nervous System (PNS)
three main functions of the nervous sy…
1. Receive sensory input ... 2. Information processing & integra…
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Senses - AH 103
sensory receptors
exteroceptors
Interoceptors
Types of Sensory Receptors
specialized to detect stimuli
detect stimuli outside of the body... ex: taste, smell, hearing,…
detect stimuli inside the body... ex: blood pressure, blood volu…
1. Chemoreceptors... 2. Pain Receptors... 3. Photoreceptors... 4. Mech…
sensory receptors
specialized to detect stimuli
exteroceptors
detect stimuli outside of the body... ex: taste, smell, hearing,…
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Sensation Unit - 1 - Sensory Thresholds and Transduction
sensation
perception
stimulus
psychophysics
an electrochemcial process in the nervous system caused by a…
the psychological interpretation of a stimulus by organizing…
anything in the environment that brings about a sensory react…
the study of the relationship between physical energy (encode…
sensation
an electrochemcial process in the nervous system caused by a…
perception
the psychological interpretation of a stimulus by organizing…
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sensory
A nurse is reinforcing home-care instr…
The nurse is preparing to communicate…
Which intervention should be implement…
A client is diagnosed with glaucoma. W…
"I will not sleep on my right side."
Stand in front of the client.
Use low-pitched tones
Cardiovascular disease
A nurse is reinforcing home-care instr…
"I will not sleep on my right side."
The nurse is preparing to communicate…
Stand in front of the client.
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AH 1 Ex 4
Aphasia
Conductive hearing loss
Expressive aphasia
Hyperesthesia
inability to speak
excessive cerumen occluding the ear canal, can be removed by…
inability to name common objects or simple ideas in words or…
overly sensitive to tactile stimuli
Aphasia
inability to speak
Conductive hearing loss
excessive cerumen occluding the ear canal, can be removed by…
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Sensory
A patient has ptosis resulting from my…
When assessing an adult patient's exte…
Aspects of the patient's medical histo…
During the initial assessment of a 68-…
B
C
B
A
A patient has ptosis resulting from my…
B
When assessing an adult patient's exte…
C
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AH Unit 2 vocab
infancy
toddlerhood
brain growth spurt
plasticity
period from 4 weeks to about 1 year
period from about age 1 (when infant starts walking) until ab…
rapid growth during infancy in the size of neurons, the numbe…
the degree to which the brain can be modified through experie…
infancy
period from 4 weeks to about 1 year
toddlerhood
period from about age 1 (when infant starts walking) until ab…
59 terms
ALHS 1090 Midterm and Final Exam Review: Integument, musculoskeletal, neurological, sensory terms
adip/o, lip/o, steat/o
cutane/o, dermat/o, derm/o
onych/o, ungu/o
pil/o, trich/o
fat
skin
nail
hair
adip/o, lip/o, steat/o
fat
cutane/o, dermat/o, derm/o
skin
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Patho II and AH II Exam III (Neuro)
Central nervous system contains the ?…
Peripheral nervous system contains eve…
Afferent pathway is sending signal to…
Efferent pathway is the signal the ? s…
Brain and spinal cord
Brain and spinal cord
brain
brain/muscles
Central nervous system contains the ?…
Brain and spinal cord
Peripheral nervous system contains eve…
Brain and spinal cord
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AH2 wk13 Cont.
Demyelination
Gliosis
Flaccid (Hypotonic) Bladder
Spasticity
condition that results in damage to the protective covering (…
nonspecific reactive change of glial cells in response to dam…
indicates a lesion in the reflex are controlling bladder func…
skeletal muscle performance with a combination of paralysis,…
Demyelination
condition that results in damage to the protective covering (…
Gliosis
nonspecific reactive change of glial cells in response to dam…
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AH 101
the physician's office
housed in dermis
melanin
dermis
in the health care setting is in a private office setting
follicles, sebaceous glands, and nerve fibers
gives skin its color, protects against ultraviolet rays and p…
has a blood supply and it houses the sweat glands
the physician's office
in the health care setting is in a private office setting
housed in dermis
follicles, sebaceous glands, and nerve fibers
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Sensory System Vocabulary
Pinna
Auditory Canal
Tympanic Membrane
Ossicles
Collects sound waves and sends them to the Auditory Canal.
Contains an oily wax-like substance called cerumen. The subst…
Separates the outer and middle ear.
Transmits sound waves from ear drum to inner ear.
Pinna
Collects sound waves and sends them to the Auditory Canal.
Auditory Canal
Contains an oily wax-like substance called cerumen. The subst…
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Sensory Disorders-Nclex
Cataracts
Congenital Cataracts
Symptoms of Cataracts
Intraoperative Floppy Iris Syndrome
eye disease in which the lens becomes covered in an opaque fi…
Infants should be able to follow moving objects by 3 months o…
Blurred-hazy vision, halo around lights, Yellow, white, or gr…
Can occur if taking Flomax (tamsulosin)-used for BPH-during c…
Cataracts
eye disease in which the lens becomes covered in an opaque fi…
Congenital Cataracts
Infants should be able to follow moving objects by 3 months o…
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Chapter 8 AH
chronic illness
cognitive
development
Erikson's stages of psychological deve…
Health problem of long duration in which the disease conditio…
The intellectual processes that include thought, awareness, a…
The mental, emotional, and social growth of individuals as th…
A theory based on the psychosocial challenges that are presen…
chronic illness
Health problem of long duration in which the disease conditio…
cognitive
The intellectual processes that include thought, awareness, a…
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AH Chapter 8
chronic illness
cognitive
development
Erikson's stages of psychosocial devel…
health problem of long duration in which the disease conditio…
intellectual processes that include thought, awareness, and a…
mental, emotional, and social growth of individuals as they p…
theory based on the psychosocial challenges that are presente…
chronic illness
health problem of long duration in which the disease conditio…
cognitive
intellectual processes that include thought, awareness, and a…
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Ch 28 Crayfish practical
sensory organ
cheliped
helmet
rostrum
A
F
C
C
sensory organ
A
cheliped
F
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AH Chapter 8 Vocab
chronic illness
cognitive
development
Erikson's stages of psychosocial devel…
health problem of long duration in which the disease conditio…
the intellectual processes that include thought, awareness, a…
the mental, emotional, and social growth of individuals as th…
a theory based on the psychosocial challenges that are presen…
chronic illness
health problem of long duration in which the disease conditio…
cognitive
the intellectual processes that include thought, awareness, a…
24 terms
AH140 chap8
Erickson Stages
Prenatal
infancy
Toddler
psychosocial development
conception to birth
birth to 1yr
1-3, physical growth, learn limitations, trust vs mistrust .…
Erickson Stages
psychosocial development
Prenatal
conception to birth
AH 101 Chapter 22 Vocabulary
affect
amnesia
anorexia nervosa
anxiety disorder
external expression of emotions, or emotional response
loss of memory
eating disorder with excessive dieting and refusal to maintai…
characterized by unpleasant tension, distress, and avoidance…
affect
external expression of emotions, or emotional response
amnesia
loss of memory
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AH CH 8 VOCAB
chronic illness
cognitive
development
Erikson's stages of psychosocial devel…
health problem of long duration in which the disease conditio…
the intellectual processes that include thought, awareness, a…
the mental, emotional, and social growth of individuals as th…
a theory based on the psychosocial challenges that are presen…
chronic illness
health problem of long duration in which the disease conditio…
cognitive
the intellectual processes that include thought, awareness, a…
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Ch 7 Nervous Sytem Organization
nervous system
sensory input
integration
motor output
the sensory and control apparatus consisting of a network of…
when sensory organs send info from the environment to the brain
to process and interpret sensory input and decide if action i…
The conduction of signals from a processing center in a centr…
nervous system
the sensory and control apparatus consisting of a network of…
sensory input
when sensory organs send info from the environment to the brain
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Sensory Perception
The older adult client asks whether th…
Which client assessment finding does t…
Which precaution is most important for…
Which comment made by a client 1 week…
D. Arcus senilis, an opaque, bluish white ring within the out…
C. Constriction of both pupils is the normal response to dire…
D. Eye ointment spreads over the cornea and blurs vision. The…
B. The eye should be protected from any activity that can inc…
The older adult client asks whether th…
D. Arcus senilis, an opaque, bluish white ring within the out…
Which client assessment finding does t…
C. Constriction of both pupils is the normal response to dire…
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Nervous system
Motor neurons
Sensory neurons
Interneurons
Cerebrum
Send impulses from brain to muscles
Gather information about what is happening in and around your…
Connect sensory and motor neurons
Largest part of your brain that controls voluntary movement,…
Motor neurons
Send impulses from brain to muscles
Sensory neurons
Gather information about what is happening in and around your…
21 terms
Anatomy test 4 face and scalp ah2677
skin... connective tissue... aponeurosis... loo…
loose connective tissue
all three trigeminal branches... greater…
supraorbital... superficial temporal... post…
What are the five layers of the scalp?
Which layer of the scalp is continuous with the eyelids and r…
What is the innervation of the scalp?
What are the arteries of the scalp?
skin... connective tissue... aponeurosis... loo…
What are the five layers of the scalp?
loose connective tissue
Which layer of the scalp is continuous with the eyelids and r…
116 terms
The Nervous System
synapse
central
peripheral
dendrite
A ________ is a small space across which an impulse travels t…
The ________ nervous system is made up of the brain and spina…
The ________ nervous system is made up of all the nerves outs…
What is the branch part of the neuron that receives messages…
synapse
A ________ is a small space across which an impulse travels t…
central
The ________ nervous system is made up of the brain and spina…
56 terms
Anatomy Test 4 oral cavity and nose ah2677
trigeminal CN V... facial CN VII... glossoph…
red-dotted line is temporal line... teal…
temporal bone where the mandibular con…
depression of mandible (gravity and di…
Which nerves innervate the oral region?
Identify the red dotted line, the teal region and the yellow…
Is the mandibular fossa on the mandible or the temporal bone?
What are the movements of the TMJ?
trigeminal CN V... facial CN VII... glossoph…
Which nerves innervate the oral region?
red-dotted line is temporal line... teal…
Identify the red dotted line, the teal region and the yellow…
25 terms
Sophomore English A - Parts of a story.
Antagonist
Archetype
Character
Characterization
The person of force opposing the protagonist.
A very typical example of a certain type of person or thing i…
An individual who participates in the action of a literary wo…
The techniques by which an author develops a character.
Antagonist
The person of force opposing the protagonist.
Archetype
A very typical example of a certain type of person or thing i…
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Ah Chap 8
chronic illness
cognitive
development
Erikson's stages of psychosocial devel…
Health problem of long duration in which the disease conditio…
The intellectual processes that include thought, awareness, a…
The mental, emotional, and social growth of individuals as th…
A theory based on the psychosocial challenges that are presen…
chronic illness
Health problem of long duration in which the disease conditio…
cognitive
The intellectual processes that include thought, awareness, a…
11 terms
AH 1
-ectomy
-ostomy
-otomy
-plasty
removal of
permanent opening
cutting into
repair or reconstruction
-ectomy
removal of
-ostomy
permanent opening
26 terms
AH392 Final DATES
1948
1950
1952
1952-1953
No. 1
La Metafisyx, Real Gold
Water Music
Woman and Bicycle
1948
No. 1
1950
La Metafisyx, Real Gold
AH 101 Chapter 22 Clinical Symptoms & disorders
amnesia
anxiety
apathy
compulsion
loss of memory
varying degrees of uneasiness, apprehensions, or dread often…
absence of emotions; lack of interest, emotional involvement,…
uncontrollable urge to perform an act repeatedly
amnesia
loss of memory
anxiety
varying degrees of uneasiness, apprehensions, or dread often…
74 terms
AH 101Final Review
which healthcare setting provides trea…
which healthcare setting provides care…
which healthcare setting provides supp…
are nails housed in the dermis layer?
physicians office
nursing home
hospice
no
which healthcare setting provides trea…
physicians office
which healthcare setting provides care…
nursing home
90 terms
Nervous System
Gray Matter
White Matter
Ventral Root
Dorsal Root
"butterfly shape" in the spinal cord, controlled by nerve cel…
outer part in the spinal cord, made up of axons
Axons of efferent neurons leaving spinal cord
Sensory info coming into spinal cord
Gray Matter
"butterfly shape" in the spinal cord, controlled by nerve cel…
White Matter
outer part in the spinal cord, made up of axons
63 terms
Ch 12 - Sensory Organs - the Ear
auditory canal
auditory meatus
auditory nerve fibers
auditory tube
channel that leads from the pinna to the eardrum
auditory canal
carry impulses from the inner ear to the brain
channel between the middle ear and nasopharynx; eustachian tube
auditory canal
channel that leads from the pinna to the eardrum
auditory meatus
auditory canal
25 terms
Ch 7 PNS and Cranial nerves
peripheral nervous system
nerve
endoneurium
perineurium
the section of the nervous system lying outside the brain and…
any bundle of nerve fibers running to various organs and tiss…
delicate connective tissue around individual nerve fibers in…
connective tissue that covers a bundle of nerve fibers
peripheral nervous system
the section of the nervous system lying outside the brain and…
nerve
any bundle of nerve fibers running to various organs and tiss…
81 terms
Nervous System
Central Nervous System
Peripheral Nervous system
Autonomic Nervous System
Somatic Nervous System
(CNS) brain and spinal cord.
Body Nerves that connect to the central nervous system (brain…
Controls involuntary bodily functions (not consciously contro…
Controls voluntary bodily functions (consciously controlled),…
Central Nervous System
(CNS) brain and spinal cord.
Peripheral Nervous system
Body Nerves that connect to the central nervous system (brain…
113 terms
Nervous system
Nervous system
2 nervous system categories
CNS
PNS
gathers information to monitor changes occurring inside and o…
central nervous system (CNS)... periferral nervous system (PNS)
brain and spinal cord
extremities (spinal & cranial nerves outside the brain and sp…
Nervous system
gathers information to monitor changes occurring inside and o…
2 nervous system categories
central nervous system (CNS)... periferral nervous system (PNS)
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CH 7 Nerve Impulses
nerve impulse
polarized
depolarization
graded potential
the electrical discharge that travels along a nerve fiber
when neuron is at rest, no impulses carried (-70 mV)
the process during the action potential when sodium is rushin…
A local change in membrane potential that varies directly wit…
nerve impulse
the electrical discharge that travels along a nerve fiber
polarized
when neuron is at rest, no impulses carried (-70 mV)
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