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mibc test 02/15/07

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spongy,porous bone tissue is also called cancellous bone
outward extension of the shoulder bone is the acromion
an opening or passage in bone where blood vessels and nerves enter and leaves is a foramen
the projection of the temporal bone is the mastiod process
knuckle-like process at the end of a bone is called a condyle
mandible,vomer,maxilla,and zygomatic are all bones of the face
occipital,sphenoid,frontal,temporal and ethmoid are bones of the cranium
the shaft of a long bone is called a epiphysis
poor formation of bones osteodystrophy
slipping or subluxation of a vertebra spondylolisthesis
operation performed to relieve the symptoms of a slipped disk laminectomy
lateral curvature of the spinal colum scoliosis
vitamin D deficiency leads to softening of bone, which is known as osteomalacia
pertaining to the upper arm bone radial
the shoulder bone is the scapula
the smaller of the two lower legbones is the fibula
inflammation of bone and bone marrow osteomyelitis
clubfoot talipes
a splintered or crushed bone comminuted fracture
surgical repair of a joint arthroplasty
which treatment of a fracture requires the fracture to be exposed to view or opened to remote site for nailing across the fracture open
which of the following terms describes traction by use of strapping,elastic wraps,or tape skin
wound exploration codes have the following services bundled into the codes explration,including enlargement; debridement,removal of foreign body,minorvessel ligation
this type is often taken from the lower thigh area fascia lata
insertion of a device into the muscle to measure the pressure within the muscle is monitoring of interstitial fluid pressure
fast becoming the treatment of choice for many orthopedic surgical procedures is what type of procedure endoscopy/arthroscopy
which of the following is not a fracture treatment replantation
which of the following flaps describes a bone graft that is taken along with the skin tissue that overlies the bone free osteocutaneous
fracture codes are codes based on treatment type
the restoration of a fracture or dislocation to its normal anatomic alignment by the application of manually applied force is known as manipulation
a hip replacement is coded based on medical reason for surgery
open treatment of a fracture is when the fracture is surgically open and visualized or opened remotely
where is the bimalleolar bone located ankle
which of the follwing is not a treatment method for dislocation external fixation
what is the difference between the code for a softtissue abscess in the musculoskeletal subsection and the codes for abcess in the integumentary subsection the code in the musculoskeletal subsection is associated with deep tissue possibly to the bone
Created by: Dixon on 2007-02-15



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