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Merrill Chapter 3

Information from chapter 3

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Quadrants 1.Right upper quadrant (RUQ) 2. Right lower quadrant (RLQ) 3. Left upper quadrants (LUQ) 4. Left lower quadrant (LLQ)
Regions 1. Right hypochondrium 2. Epigastrium 3. Left hypocondrium 4. Right lateral 5. Umbilical 6. Left lateral 7. Right inguinal 8. Hypogastrium 9. Left inguinal
Common variations in the shape of the human body Body habitus
Types of body habitus 1.Sthenic 2. Hyposthenic 3. Asthenic 4. Hypersthenic
Main groups of the bone of the body 1. Axial skeleton 2. Appendicular skeleton
What pathology is shown in a PA projection of thumb Pathology shown are fracture, dislocation, foreign body
What area is covered in a PA thumb Distal and proximal phalanx, carpometacarpal joint, metacarpal, trapezium
What pathology is shown in a Oblique thumb Fracture, dislocation, foreign body
What area is covered in an Oblique thumb Distal and proximal first phalanx, carpometacarpal joint, first mertacarpal and trapezium
What pathology is shown in a Lateral thumb Fracture, dislocation, foreign body
What area is covered in a Lateral thumb Distal and proximal phalanx, carpometacarpal joint, metacarpal, trapezium
What pathology is shown in a PA finger Fracture, dislocation, foreign body
What area is covered in a PA finger Phalanges (distal, middle, and proximal) of affected digit and distal half of adjoining metacarpal
What pathology is shown in an Oblique finger Fracture, dislocation, foreign body
What area is covered in an Oblique finger Phalanges (distal, middle, and proximal) of affected digit and distal half of adjoining metacarpal
What pathology is shown in a Lateral finger Fracture, dislocation, foreign body
What area is covered in a Lateral finger distal, middle, and proximal phalanges of affected digit and its adjoining metacarpal head
What pathology is shown in a PA hand Fracture, dislocation, foreign body
What area is covered in a PA hand Entire hand, carpals and 2.5cm of the distal radius and ulna
What pathology is shown in a PA oblique hand Fracture, dislocation, foreign body
What area is covered in a PA oblique hand Phalanges, metacarpals, carpals and 2.5cm of distal radius and ulna
What pathology is shown in a Lateral hand Displacement of fractures, location of foreign bodies
What area is covered in a Lateral hand Phalanges, metacarpals, carpals and 2.5cm of distal radius and ulna
What pathologhy is shown in a PA wrist Fractures
What area is covered in a PA wrist Mid and proximal metacarpals, carpal, distal radius and ulna and associated joints; soft tissue
What pathologhy is shown in a PA oblique (external rotation)wrist Fracture, dislocation, foreign body
What area is covered in a PA oblique (external rotation)wrist Distal radius and ulna, carpals, mid metacarpal area
What pathologhy is shown in a PA oblique (internal rotaion)wrist Fracture, dislocation, foreign body
What area is covered in a PA oblique (internal rotation)wrist Distal radius and ulna, carpals, mid metacarpal area
What pathologhy is shown in a Lateral wrist Fracture, dislocation, foreign body
What area is covered in a Lateral wrist Distal radius and ulna, carpals, mid metacarpal area
What pathology is shown in a Scaphoid-PA (Ulnar Deviation) wrist Fracture, dislocation, foreign body
What area is covered in a Scaphoid-PA (Ulnar Deviation) Entire scaphoid bopne (wrist)
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